Integer programming model for Integrated planning of solid waste management in Jaipur
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| Author(s) |
|Archana Gupta, D. C. Sharma|
| KEYWORDS |
RDF-refuse derive fuel, MSWM- municipal solid waste management, Jmc- Jaipur municipal -corporation, MT- metric tons.
Rajasthan's economic growth has stimulated urbanization, but lack of commensurate investment in urban infrastructure and services has resulted in an overall deterioration of urban quality of life. Jaipur is the capital of the largest state of country, having an inefficient, outdated and unscientific waste management system. Jaipur socio-economic development potential relies on sound environmental management so that tourism may grow and become sustainable. This paper attempts to assess the existing state of municipal solid waste management (MSWM) in Jaipur city with the aim of identifying the main obstacles to its efficient and prospects for improvisation of solid waste management system in the city.
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