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WASTE MANAGEMENT.... -Waste management is the collection, transport, processing or disposal, managing and monitoring of waste materials. The term usually relates to materials produced by human activity, and the process is generally undertaken to reduce their effect on health, the environment or aesthetics. Waste management is a distinct practice from resource recovery which focuses on delaying the rate of consumption of natural resources. All wastes materials, whether they are solid, liquid, gaseous...

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the country will lead to developingof biomethanation processes for the use of substrates other than cattle dung. At present,most of them are treated as waste, garbage, nuisance and hazard. The improper or inadequate disposal of such wastes leads to unhealthy conditions. This becomes a sourceof pollution and a public health problem. If such waste is recycled in a biogas plant, itwill be a source of energy, health and wealth. 2)Alternative substrates for biomethanation When alternative substrates...

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7 Wastes

Toyota Production System (TPS) and is one of the three types of waste (Muda, Mura, Muri) that it identifies. Mura signifies wastes due to unevenness and muri signifies wastes due to overburden. Waste as defined by Toyota’s president, Fujio Cho, is “anything other than the minimum amount of equipment, materials, parts and workers which are absolutely essential to production”. The seven types of wastes identified are 1. Overproduction – Waste due to producing before customer requires or more than needed...

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Food Waste

There is no clear description regarding food waste in a universal matter either historically or presently, making it perplexing in definition and comparison. What is clear is that food waste continues to grow at a rapid pace with the expansion of a world population experiencing societal and agricultural developments in an era where land and other resources are becoming more limited. The increase in waste and category of foods which people throw away has transformed with time through the advancement...

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Waste Not Want Not

Waste Not Want Not” By: McKibben Summary: The main point of the article I think is to show past events we have done that have harmed this world, and how everyone had been affected by it. The write says that it may be already to late to save the world, because of how bad we have treated it. We have been chopping trees, spreading carbon dioxide, and have been creating so much trash. All these things hurt out world we live in and we have changed the world, there is Global Warming and we may...

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Chemical Waste Management

CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES INTRODUCTION Chemical waste is managed in various ways, some which are environment friendly and some which are hazardous. It has effects on water supply, fertility of the soil, climate, health of individuals, et.c. What really matters is how well this waste is managed. Chemical waste management typically includes the collection, transportation, processing and recycling/disposal of chemical waste. In past times, it was the role of the country to...

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Improper Waste Management Case Study

but soon discard them when the a newer version is available. These actions, along with our improper methods of disposal, is significantly reducing the planet’s ability to supply raw materials for the future. THE EFFECTS Environmental Improper waste management, especially at landfills, can cause toxic substances to seep into the ground, and eventually, our water supply. This water is used for many activities like agriculture, for our livestock and also daily human consumption. If the toxic substances...

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7 Waste

VARIOUS WASTES IN MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATION To get a world-class company it is fundamental to eliminate and avoid any waste (muda) in manufacturing and also service processes. Waste is any activity or process that adds cost but adds no value (for the customer). Up to 80% of the work that goes on in any organisation is adding no value to your customers Muda = waste (in its many forms) Muda (is a Japanese word meaning "futility; uselessness; idleness; superfluity; waste; wastage; wastefulness"...

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Food Waste in America

Food Waste    40%  of  the  food  America  produces  is  wasted.1   Have  you  ever  thought  of  how  much  food  you  waste  a  day?  The  average  American  wastes  about  250  pounds  of  food  every  year.2   That’s  about $600 dollars  worth  of  food.3   Imagine  what  you  could  do  with  $600.00.  No one  notices  what  is  in the  back  of  their  fridge or  what goes into their trash can. Before  you say  that  you don’t do  that, think  back  to  a moment  when you had the  chance  to ...

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food waste

 FOOD WASTE Fresh vegetables, ready-to-cook meals, and cheap meat is what a modern consumer’s supposed grocery list comprises of! Dump it all into your fridge full of deals, discount offers and feel happy. This is how the shop keeper gets a loyal customer. At the end o the story, it’s the food industry’s creed that the customer is always right….. If food became it s own pungent country, it would be the world’s third biggest contributor to climatic changes. According to United Nations Food and...

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