REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATUREI. Definition of WastesII. Classification of WastesA.Solid WasteB.Liquid WasteC.SludgeD.Hazardous WasteIII. Waste Management
I. Definition of Wastes -- http://tl.answers.com/Q/Kahulugan_ng_basuraito ang mga bagay na sa tingin natin ay hindi na ginagamit, wala ng silbi, opatapon. Sa panahong maitapon ang isang bagay sa tinatawag nating basurahan,ito ay pwede nang tawaging basura.II. Classification of Wastes –http://grc.engineering.cf.ac.uk/lrn/resources/waste/classification/index.phpWaste is categorized broadly into "controlled waste" andnon-controlled waste". Thetypes of waste regulated by the Agency are called "controlled waste." This includeshousehold, commercial and industrial waste. Other waste called "non-controlledwaste" are not currently regulated in the same way.Solid Waste -- -- http://www.eagar.com/General_Plan/glossary.htmAny unwanted or discarded material that is not a liquid or gas. Includes organicwastes, paper products, metals, glass, plastics, cloth, brick, rock, soil, leather,rubber, yard wastes, and wood, but does not include sewage and hazardousmaterials.Liquid Waste --http://en.mimi.hu/environment/liquid_waste.html
Sludge -- http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/sludgeathicksoftsubstancethatremainswhenliquidhasbeenremovedfromsomethinginanindustrialprocessHazardous Waste -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazardous_wastespecial type of waste because it cannot be disposed of by common means likeother by-products of our everyday lives. Depending on the physical state of thewaste, treatment and solidification processes might be available.III. Waste ManagementA.Waste Management in Developed Countries
A method of solid waste disposal in which refuse is buried between layers of dirt so as to fill in or reclaimlow-lying ground.
B.) Recycling on the 3R’s --http://www.highcountryconservation.org/reduce_reuse_recycle.htm(Reduce-Reuse-Recycle) are at the heart of the "simple things you can do for theearth" movement. The concepts stretch into all areas of our lives. We know it canbe tough to change habits, especially when we are bombarded with messages tobuy more and try to the latest, greatest convenience fad. But intuitively we knowthat using something once and tossing it into the trash is wasteful. It just doesn'tfeel right.C.) Incineration -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incinerationwaste treatment technologythat involves thecombustionof organic materialsand/or substances.1. Liquid Waste ManagementA.) Management Plans