Waste generation and management is a global issue and is evolving as a 21st century `basic human right'. In the absence of effective action, it poses serious risks to people's health, safety, and the environment. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, "one of the most significant contributions humanity can make to lessen its impact on the natural world is how we manage the garbage we create”. India produces 277.1 million tonnes of solid waste every year, which is likely to touch 387.8 million tonnes in 2030. Currently, approximately 90 per cent (1,35,000 MT per day) of the total amount is collected waste. The Indian waste management market is witnessing a healthy growth rate, owing to the high population density and increased industrial activity, which in turn is...
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