Municipal Solid Waste Management

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Nuntawut Champar-ngam
Porntip Puttaso

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At present, the problem of municipal solid waste consists of general waste, compostable waste, hazardous waste and infectious waste caused by residual waste and improper handling. According to academic principles, affecting the ecological environment and the health of the people in the community. The objectives to study appropriate management methods by formulating government and local policies, the participation of local people, and establishing incentives for local corrections. The procedures are carried out as follows: (1) reduction and at situ separation, (2) collection, (3) storage, (4) transport, (5) transformation, and (6) disposal or destruction by academic correctness and appropriate. Using model management in the same direction, that is, using the 3Rs: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Focus on waste management at the source, with all sectors participating in the concept of zero waste management and "clean province" according to government policy guidelines. From all of these approaches, the main factors consist of six components: government, private sector, education, religion, civil society and people. Must be aware, knowledgeable, and good behavior towards solid waste management in standing communities. By creating a suitable approach, a model and practice it as a habit, it will benefit the management of sustainable municipal solid waste.

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