IJMTES – SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AT KARAMADAI REGION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AT KARAMADAI REGION

Author’s Name : Mrs Ramya | Sangeeth sivan | Sandeep T S | Yasar Arafathunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 04 2017

ISSN no :  2348-3121

Page no: 116-117

Abstract – Tamil Nadu is one among the most urbanized states in India with 43.86% of state population living in urban areas. The rate of urbanization in the state has doubled about 48.45%. The state is therefore, facing the challenge of providing essential features to under control the hazardous waste management. In Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore district is well known for agricultural, business and industrial sectors. As a result heavy solid waste is generated and accumulated every year. In Karamadai area because of solid waste ground waste is affected up to 4Kms within the surroundings, The soil stability gets decreases. In order to reduce harms causing due to solid waste in this area , a project has been done. solid waste generated and collected per day is 50 to 80 tonnes. Solid waste consists of both bio degradable and non-bio degradable. Bio degradable solid waste are collected by door-to-door, primary, secondary

Key Words – recycling of Bio degradable, Non-bio degradable, adopting new techniques

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