Clean city or nature care is not limited to the process of one day or a week long advertisement. GPRC is presenting you to the Integrated Centralized Project for correct way of protecting our environment from the pollution due to garbage, wastes etc. at a limited cost to present the life style.
If you are giving importance for the good health there should be a pollution free environment for which we are there to help out in destroying our wastes through GARBAGE PROCESSING RESEARCH CENTRE Centralized Project.
GARBAGE PROCESSING RESEARCH CENTRE has been on the Endeavour to create awareness about environment friendly practices amongst the populace. We are in the field of waste management research for the past nine years.
We have been working with many NGOs with a similar mindset. We have been working to find out a solution to municipal, that has been creating chaos in the various cities and towns of our country. After much research and investigations, we have worked out a solution to treat solid municipal waste effectively, eliminating stench, squalor and other ill effects of untreated garbage. We hope that our Endeavour will find favor with the municipal authorities and help preserving environment.
Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) is one of the major environmental problems of Indian cities. Improper management of municipal solid waste (MSW) causes hazards to inhabitants. Various studies reveal that about 90% of MSW is disposed off unscientifically in open dumps and landfills, creating problems to public health and the environment. Even though only 31% of Indian population resides in urban areas, this population of 377 million (Census of India, 2011) generates a gigantic 1,43,449 metric of municipal solid waste, per day As Per the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), and these figures Keep on increasing As every day with an increase in population. To further add to the problem, the total number of towns.
Municipal solid waste includes commercial and domestic wastes generated in municipal or notified areas in either solid or semi-solid form excluding industrial hazardous wastes but including treated bio-medical wastes.
Open dumps refer to uncovered areas that are used to dump solid waste of all kinds. The waste is untreated, uncovered, and not segregated. It is the breeding ground for flies, rats, and other insects that spread disease. The rainwater run-off from these dumps contaminates nearby land and water thereby spreading disease. In some countries, open dumps are being phased out.
Waste segregation means the dividing waste into dry and the wet. Dry waste includes wood and related products, metals and glass. The Wet waste typically refers to organic waste usually generated by eating establishments and are heavy in weight due to the dampness. Waste can also be segregeconomic concern.
Depending on the nature of the source material, there are a plethora of sorting and processing activities utilised that range from labour intensive hand picking operations through to highly mechanised or technically complex processes. The chosen method of sorting will depend on many factors such as the nature of the waste, the ease of segregation and the yield and quality of the resultant recyclates.
waste materials are recyclable and can be removed to significantly reduce the amount of solid waste that is disposed of in landfills. A University of Arizona study indicated that 63% of household garbage is recyclable. The recyclables may be re-used for economic advantage providing income to the waste collection agency. It is noted that the terms "refuse" and "waste" are used interchangeably to denote discarded materials of the type itemized above which are generated by man..
Biofuel and the Biochemical production is contributing to the environmental problems such as global warming. Although biofuel production by the photosynthetic microorganisms is called as the third generation biofuels, and the significant innovation is necessary for the feasibility in practice, these fuels are attractive due to the renewable and potentially carbon neutral resources.
Today’s world economy is unsustainable. If economic growth remains linked to resource consumption the way it was the last 200 years, humanity will need three earths by 2050 to supply the demand of fossil/natural resources. We can either continue this business and hope for the discovery of an alternative planet before it is too late or we can change the functioning of our economic system. In fact, the natural ecosystem has always been sustainable within itself. The business concept of a Circular Economy (CE) that will be introduced in this work is based on a simple idea: learn from natural processes and “get back” to a circular use of resources, inspired by the way it was naturally designed.