Dry waste management in the government sector

Municipal solid waste management refers to the set of laws that are about the production, storage, transfer, recycling, processing and burial of waste, so that the principles of public health and environment are considered.

Waste management has progressed to the point where the most basic management principle is to minimize the production of waste. In general, the purpose of managing all types of waste, including urban solid waste, can be considered to be protecting the environment, protecting public health and safety, preventing the creation of odors and unpleasant atmosphere in the environment, using a correct and principled method.

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