Environment Protection in India: Issues and Challenges with reference to Solid Waste Management

  • Gagandeep Singh and Dr. Vijay Srivastav
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  • Gagandeep Singh

    LLM student at Uttaranchal University, Law College Dehradun, India.

  • Dr. Vijay Srivastav

    Associate Professor at Law college Dehradun, Uttaranchal University. India.

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In developing countries, solid waste damps are doing havoc on the environment. Improper solid waste disposal has a huge negative environmental impact which can be observed all over the developing globe. Despite the fact that service levels, environmental effects, and costs vary widely, solid waste management is likely the most important municipal duty and serves as a necessity for other municipal acts. As the world rushes towards the development goals, solid waste is one of the most crucial by-products of an urban lifestyle that is expanding even faster than the rate of urbanisation.This article deals with the idea of prevalence of community trash reduction and waste separation procedures is substantially linked to a community's sense of cleanliness where the conclusion implies that by promoting a favorable environmental image and performance within a community, residents will become more engaged and push for sustainable SWM practices. Proper garbage collection, treatment, and disposal are the major challenges that needs to be focused on for a long-term sustainability.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3439 - 3446

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111796

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