Making Garbage segregation mandatory. Promoting recycling and composting.
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We all are aware of bad effects of unwanted garbage lying here and there. It is affecting the land, the water and air. As a result its effecting human health as well as all other living things including trees. The municipalities are trying hard to resolve. But they do it upto a certain level which is not sufficient enough to manage the Garbage.
Privatization could be a solution.
We can give the collection of the Garbage to some private companies. But their collection should start from individual residences. And it should be mandatory for them to collect it separately as kitchen waste as wet waste and dry recyclable waste. Some municipalities have given this contract to some private agencies but that is not from houses. These contracts are given for the collection and transportation from Dhalaos. Which may not solve the purpose.
Further they should be responsible to send the dry waste to respective recycling companies. Collecting each piece of paper will reduce the import of paper. Collecting each piece of iron and metals reduce the pressure on our ores.
From Kitchen waste, green vegetables should be either given to dairies as their animals food and the rest should be sent for composting.
Out of our total waste almost 70% to 80% can be resolved through composting.
We should send a very less amount to landfills.
When only one authority will do collection and transportation we can achieve this.
This will actually prove our swachh bharat abhiyan purpose.
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