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  • Solid Waste

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  • V. Solutions Towards an Effective Solid Waste Management in the Philippines

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  • A Systems Approach to Solid Waste Management in Mahiga Creek, Cebu City, Philippines

    University of the Philippines - Cebu College Gorordo Ave., Barangay Camputhaw, Lahug District, Cebu City A systems approach to Solid Waste in the Mahiga Creek, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City, Philippines A PROJECT PROPOSAL BY: James Earl E. Kho, MS-ES 1 ENS 211 (Sat 13:00-17:00) Submitted...

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  • Solid Waste

    Impacts of solid waste on health The group at risk from the unscientific disposal of solid waste include – the population in areas where there is no proper waste disposal method, especially the pre-school children; waste workers; and workers in facilities producing toxic and infectious material. Other...

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  • Solid Waste

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  • Solid Waste

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  • Solid Waste

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  • Solid Waste

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  • Sources of Information and Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Solid Waste Management of a Fishing Community

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  • Solid Waste Management

    ABSTRACT Solid Waste Management is an area that is drawing a lot of attention in urban areas. It is acknowledged that while the problem is acute, the financial support is inadequate. This project was conceptualized to demonstrate what could be done with waste generated locally, with minimal investments...

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