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Proper waste disposal and management can be done by applying the 3R Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Reducing means lessening the amount of trash/garbage produced. Reusing refers to using materials more than once while recycling means creating new material or product out of trash/garbage.
Types of Solid Wastes Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Construction and Demolition Debris. Industrial/Commercial Waste. Hazardous Waste Lamps. Regulated Medical Waste. Used Electronic Equipment. Used Oil. Waste Tires.
Food wastes, paper, cardboard, plastics, textiles, leather, yard wastes, wood, glass, metals, ashes, special wastes (e.g., bulky items, consumer electronics, white goods, batteries, oil, tires), and household hazardous wastes.).
Identify a Sort of Plan That We Should Make to the Disposal of Solid Waste from the Given Ones? Solid waste disposal should be part of an integrated waste management plan. This integrated solid waste management method is a plan of collection, processing, resource recovery, and final disposal of solid waste.
Types of solid waste generated in residential areas includes food wastes, packaging (bottles and cans), papers and miscellaneous items that have been used up or broken and are thrown out as waste (e.g. ashes, old shoes, worn out clothes, broken cooking pots, paper, baskets, bags, etc.).
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Solid waste is typically disposed of by the process of incineration where the waste materials are heated to very high temperatures and reduced to ash, flue gas and heat.
10 Steps for Effective Waste Management Planning Identify the Waste Your Facility Creates. Identify Waste Streams. Establish a Waste Management Team. Assess Current Waste Disposal Methods. Consider Your Waste Hierarchy. Select Waste Management Partners. Set Targets for Waste Reduction. Create a Waste Management Action Plan.
Examples of solid wastes include the following materials when discarded: waste tires. septage. scrap metal. latex paints. furniture and toys. garbage. appliances and vehicles. oil and anti-freeze.
In the United States, the modern concept of solid waste management first emerged in the 1890s. By the turn of the 20th century, a growing number of American cities provided at least a rudimentary level of solid waste collection and disposal, and around 1930 virtually all cities offered garbage collection services.
RCRA states that solid waste means any garbage or refuse, sludge from a wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, or air pollution control facility and other discarded material, resulting from industrial, commercial, mining, and agricultural operations, and from community activities.

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