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An analysis of solid waste management transportation system in bengaluru city

Author: 
Dr. Gopalakrishnan, S., Manjula, C.B. and Thirupathi, M.
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

As the population of a city grows, so does the waste that it generates. Along with the industrial and commercial development of a city, waste management systems have to be revised according to the city's needs. Waste management is an important aspect because if not done right, it could lead to contamination and disease. The urban solid waste consists mainly of household waste and commercial waste in either solid or semi-solid form. Waste generated from households is nowadays dominated by plastic and packaging material. Waste from commercial establishments such as restaurants and cafes mainly consist of food waste. Solid waste management is more essential for urban societies as they generate a lot more garbage; the availability of packaged food and other items leads to the accumulation of more trash. Bangalore city generates about 5000 tons of solid waste every day. The Significance of Solid Waste Management has increased because of the increase in population and per-capita waste generation. Transportation is a major component of the Solid waste management process. In order to handle the challenges of transportation of waste from the origin of waste generation to the processing plant and landfills, the researcher makes an attempt to analyze the requirement of vehicles for the waste collection by the transport employees. Requirements needed for the collection of primary and secondary type wastages was calculated with Secondary data collected from BBMP. The interview schedule was used with structured questions to collect the data from employees to identify the satisfaction level and challenges faced by them in their workplace. Suggestions are given in the results and discussion part of this study for the improvement of the transportation system followed in Bengaluru city. This article is published with sponsorship from ICSSR as part of Major Research Project 2018-19 granted to Dr. S. Gopalakrishnan.

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