Recycling of Industrial Waste Products
Environmental pollution is the major problem associated with rapid industrialization, urbanization and rise in living standards of people. For developing countries, industrialization was must and still this activity very much demands to build self reliance and in uplifting nation’s economy. However, industrialization on the other hand has also caused serious problems relating to environmental pollution. Therefore, wastes seem to be a by-product of growth. The country like India can ill-afford to lose them as sheer waste.
KeywordsHydraulic Conductivity Solid Waste Waste Management Municipal Solid Waste Waste Recycling
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