MSWMMunicipal Solid Waste Management
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This could be due to the fact that the improvement in MSWM systems through the CBSWM scheme has not kept pace with the rapid increase and diversification of the generated waste that has accompanied the rapid economic development and population growth of the city in recent years.
Still, we found that 40% of the cases of the HAART era are in categories MSM and MSWM (16% and 24%, respectively) (Table 2), a picture similar to that described by Dourado and et al.
Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) emphasis will be on diversion and recycling; over 50 percent recycling rate will be common.
In this context, this paper aims to contribute to the analysis of the economic impacts of some MSWM systems.
Further researches on MSWM should focus on this important aspect, the life cycle assessment.
In order to determine the present status of municipal solid waste management (MSWM) in the region, the authors sampled 10 major cities: Gonbad Kavous and Gorgan in the Golestan province; Qaemshahr, Sari, Babol, Ramsar, and Chalous in the Mazandaran province; and Rasht, Lihijan, and Bandar Anzali in the Guilan province.
Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) in developing nations is one of the biggest environmental challenges due to rapid population growth that demands more and more suitable sites for municipal solid waste disposal.
Still, the low law enforcement causes the ineffectiveness in MSWM. The low waste generation per capita and waste cost per capita characterizes MSWM in Yogyakarta.