Achieving the idea of Zero Solid Waste City for Jammu through ISWM (Integrated Solid Waste Management)
The idea of the city is dynamic and steadily evolving. The present utilization-driven society delivers a colossal volume of waste consistently. The over-consuming society per capita squanders age is generally higher in high-consuming urban communities in contrast with low-consuming urban areas. Changing as of now over-consuming urban communities into zero-waste urban communities is tested. The idea of the zero-waste urban communities incorporates a 100 percent reusing of city strong waste and a 100 percent recuperation of all assets from squandered materials. The expanding issue of strong waste in Indian urban communities has become one of the most immovable ecological monetary and social issues today. Expansion in the volume of waste created by metropolitan occupants, change in the nature of waste creation and the removal strategy for squandering gathered are the main pressing issue. The present paper is a methodology that examines the issue of strong waste and fosters zero squander. It endeavors to uncover the issues worried about strong waste in Jammu. It centers on the issues recognized in various writing for strong waste. The paper has been separated into three segments. Area one chats on the current situation of strong waste. Segment two do writings audits and makes sense of their finding the paper at long last attempts to integrate the zero-waste city thought for Jammu.
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M.Tech Scholar, Department of Civil Engineering, RIMT University, Punjab, India