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Presentation on Waste Management


Afsana Sultan
Chowdhury Fahim Mostafa Noorzoha Munir Mukit Anis Shabbir Ahmed Jannatul Ferdous

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Topics Covered Introduction What is Waste Management Waste Management Detailed How does it work? SWOT analysis Waste Management in Bangladesh Contribution in local community 3R strategy Summary .


.transportation. processing and disposal of wastes.What is Waste Management?  It refers all activities pertaining to the control .collection .

 For Sustainable Development .Waste Management pros and cons More explicit the objectives of waste prevention are:  Emission reduction  Reduction of hazardous substances in material streams and of their dissipation  Improvement of resource efficiency.

And the barriers to come.  Socio-economic barriers for the producers -Lack of expert capacity and financial resources -Lack of trust in the quality of used reusable products -Lack of standards for reusable product  The objective is to design and manufacture a product : -longevity -repair ability -reusability -low material consumption -low consumption of operation auxiliaries -low contents of hazardous substances  In urban areas of Asia about US $25Billion spend per year  Within 2025 it will increase Up to US$50 Billion per year ..

Continued. Reduction of Waste:  Analyze  Collection  Transporting  Recovery  Disposal ..

How does it work(Internationally)  • • • • • • Reform the law Institutional arrangement Recycling Waste reduction program Collect and disseminate knowledge Health-care waste management Ship and port waste management .

Strength.Weakness-Opportunity-Threat Strength Efficient use of Resources Weakness Declining Market Share in Sector Opportunity Operational Restructuring Threat Powerful Competition Secured Supply of Waste Limited Geographical Presence Awareness of Environmental Services Alternatives to Landfill and Waste-to-Energy Facilities .

Waste Management in Bangladesh • Increasing population in urban area • Leads to increase in waste • City corporation collects half of the waste • Rest remains on roadsides. in open drains and in low-lying areas • Negative impact on the countries environment .

Collection Process  Rickshaw vans are modified to collect waste from each house  Dumping cars collect waste from road sides Next Steps:  taken to a nearby composting plant  waste are sorted .recyclable materials are sold .rejects are taken away by city corporation to landfill .

)  Sell them to enterprising local people  sorted  cleaned  sold to recycle factories .  Scavengers known as “tokai” collected materials which can be reused or recycled (eg: Papers.Continued . etc.. Plastic bottles.

reliable and renewable source of energy .used in industry in many developed countries .Unused Opportunity in Economy  Waste to energy  Electricity  Bio-gas  Fuel from plastic Waste is: .

Contribution in Local Economy  Various Businesses are based on waste management system  Room for expanding the industry  Introduction of 3R strategy and implementation .

Businesses and Waste management  Collecting and Transport : Small Business  Sorting and inventory : Small Business  Storing and sorting (large scale) : Medium Business  Reformation factory : Large Business  Export : Large Business Colored plastic bottles and broken glasses have huge demand in China .

Expanding the Industry  Government leniency and support  Investor's interest  Implementation of proper models  Implementation of 3R strategy  Energy Production .

South American alternative renewable energy .

3R strategy : introduction & implementation  Reduce : to reduce using products and minimize the creation of waste  Reuse : Making sure that a products highest utility is achieved  Recycle: is processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials .

HAVE A SAFE AND CLEAN DAY ! . Don’t trash you town like you don’t trash your bedroom..Lastly …hope you took the information in.