Waste Management & Waste Disposal


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Americans alone are responsible for producing a whopping 277 million tons of waste (annually). Since this number is far more than any other nation in the world, the US government and Environmental Associations have devised numerous methods to deal with this burning issue. But what exactly is Waste Management? In the simplest terms, it can be defined as the collection, transportation, and disposal of garbage, sewage, and other waste products. The process of waste management involves treating solid and liquid waste. During the treatment, it also offers a variety of solutions for recycling items that aren’t categorized as trash. The entire idea thus boils down to re-using garbage as a valuable resource and given our current environmental climate, this process is extremely vital for all households and businesses.


Better Environment

Probably the biggest advantage of managing waste is that it eventually leads to a better and fresher environment. Waste disposal units also contribute to the well-being of people by helping them become disease-free. The best part: all of this happens while the unnecessary is duly disposed of in a proper and sanitary manner.


Reduces Pollution

When waste is managed the right way, it doesn’t merely eliminate the subsequent waste but also reduces the impact and the intensity of harmful greenhouse gases like carbon-di-oxide, carbon mono-oxide and methane that are often exuded from accumulated wastes in landfills.


Conserves Energy

Recycling is one of the biggest aspects of waste management, and over time, it helps conserve energy. One of the biggest instances of this advantage can be traced to the practice of recycling paper.




Creates Employment

The recycling industry alone creates hundreds of jobs. As more people adopt this eco-friendly practice, organizations creating and selling recycled products come to the forefront. This helps boost their business while also creating hundreds of jobs.


The Best Methods of Waste Management

Recycling and composting are a couple of the best methods of waste management. Composting is so far only possible on a small scale, either by private individuals or in areas where waste can be mixed with farming soil or used for landscaping purposes. Recycling, on the other hand, can be widely used around the world, with plastic, paper, and metal leading the list of the most recyclable items. Most material recycled is reused for its original purpose. In some instances, they may also be sold for generating profits.


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Chris Brown

Associate Managing Editor

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