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What does integrated solid waste management really mean and who is responsible for carrying it out

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ISWM is a system by which waste handling and reduction are practiced simultaneously. That is; recycling is integrated into the waste-handling practice. As point in fact, a portion of the ISWM scenario is that waste itself is most often a misnomer as it has social connotation of choice. What is waste? Most ...

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A brief discussion of ISWM (Integrated solid waste management) and some external resources and case studies as examples

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