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Non Conventional Energy Resources by Sobh Nath Singh

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Chapter 8

Solid Wastes and Agricultural Refuse

KEY CONCEPTS

  • Waste is wealth
  • Incinerators, pyrolysis, anaerobic digestion, and recycling methods of wastes disposal
  • Waste recovery management systems
  • Sources and types of wastes
  • Advantages and disadvantages of wastes recycling
  • Tips on reducing waste and conserving resources (the three R’s—reduce, reuse, and recycle)
  • Plastic recycling and plastic resin identification codes (RID)

Waste has always been the negative side of the economy. In production and consumption, it is wasteful matter always available in energy activity system that is rejected as useless, harmful things that damage the environment. Waste is also known as the garbage waste, rubbish, refuse, etc. The social task of waste management ...

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