shakshiMemberAugust 5, 2021 at 8:26 AM
In recent years, excessive production of waste such as domestic, Electronic, sewage, agriculture, biodegradable, clinical, and construction wastes have detrimental our environment. Further, these changes nor only impacted the society but also created trouble for species living in water and land.
Nowadays, waste management has become a critical issue across globe, due to which it has led the society and government to think about repercussion. In my opinion, accelerating population in the nation has triggered increase in rubbish. Today, the world has 8 billion population which generation massive tones of waste every year which is dumped in nearby landfill. For instances, India which is second largest country in producing wastes because of population growth. Hence, the waste is collected in landfill and only 20% waste is recycled in the station and rest 80% dump in the landfill areas.
Undoubtedly, Government is playing a vital role in eradication the critical issue by implemented new strategy and plans. For example, Sweden is the only country in Europe which has launched zero waste policy by municipal corporation to resolve the crucial worriment of the people. Government has introduced latest technology and sophisticated techniques for waste collection and depletion across cities and approximately 90% of waste is recycle in the dump fields. Eventually, citizens of Sweden are also knowledgeable about waste segregation, therefore, their support has increased the speed for implementing the policies and plans.
In conclusion, rubbish management system is pivotal for the atmosphere, hence working together as a team can drastically bring the change to make our ecosystem friendly and safe place to live.