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Importance of waste management

Technology, lifestyle, and population are evolving upstream without any controlling measures. As a result, Climatic changes are frequently occurring and become usual. Human operations and activities always generate waste. It has not been considered in the past years as the population and utilization of the resources are minimal, and usage of amenities is not so adequate. 

But in recent times, as urbanization extends with a widespread population, waste management takes its evolution to implement the practices of recycling, reusability, reprocessing, and reverse mechanisms to nurture the planet without pollution. 

In recent years, waste management has become an alarming crisis because urban and industrial areas are having a hard time managing and disposing of their waste.

Waste management is an important economic, social and environmental issue. It presents an enormous challenge. 

This situation is getting worsened by the fact that developing countries often lack the resources to deal effectively with their waste problems, a situation that makes it difficult for people living in these countries to improve their quality of life.’

How waste should be managed? 

Waste management comprises an SOP (Standard operating procedure) proposed system for active collection and recycling of the unhandled wastes. SOP plan includes collecting, loading, transferring, and treating waste with high precision monitoring practices to track and trace the recycling waste from its inception to extinction. 

Decorous waste management processing is imperative to create a sustainable and endurable lifestyle. Migration from rural and semi-urban locations to tier-1 metropolitan cities has been enormous and unstoppable. Operating with massive waste management services needs efficient, measurable, and impeccable contemplated software platforms.

Managing your waste is crucial, as the trash can be solid, liquid, or gas. Cerclex’s Saas platform helps you to manage your waste with a hassle-free process, thus providing services to buy and sell your trash, a single click to schedule your waste pickup, sourcing the aggregators and recyclers have been made easy with Thinktrash (a SaaS application) to administer and organize your waste analytics report with few touches. 

Reports on Waste Management

India is ranked as the third-largest garbage collector in the world. As India collects more than 62 million tonnes of waste per day, only 43% is collected, and the remaining 19% is left unnoticed. Of the collected 43% of waste, only 11% of the waste is being treated for recycling processes.

 The remaining wastes are getting dumped into landfills, which downgrades the quality of the soil and remains on the land for many years, polluting the soil land and reducing the streamlined flow of water. 

Out of the 62 million waste generated, plastic waste measures about 5.6 million tonnes, 0.17 million tonnes of bio-medical waste, and hazardous waste about 7.90 million tonnes, and 15 lakh tonnes of E-waste. An astounding 43 million tonnes of solid waste are collected each year. However, only 11.9 million of these are recycled, remaining 31 million tonnes of untreated waste are dumped into the landfills.

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Methods to treat solid wastes getting deposited into landfills

One of the practical processes to prevent the dumping of solid waste into landfills is the waste incineration technique. Waste incineration is a combustion process that converts solid waste into Carbon-di-oxide (C02) and water. 

Solid waste management is a complex task that requires enormous practical insight, tremendous investment and solid infrastructure considerations. Our comprehensive range of cost-effective solid waste treatment systems has been designed to augment even the toughest challenges.

Incineration & Illegal Dumping 

The waste incineration process reduces waste dumping into landfills by 13%. Case studies signify that the overall waste production is directly proportional to the increase in the dumping of solid waste (commercial waste, construction waste, industrial and manufacturing wastes) into landfills.

As United health Organizations concludes that the dumping of waste in landfills is a punishable offense and will be treated as “Illegal dumping”. 

With more than 12 incineration plants in India, only four operational incinerations plants are productive.

Waste Management – enables Systemtatic approach

Waste management practices have been hampered by the absence of systematic software and platforms.

With a regimented Saas platform, cerclex comes into the waste management automation and focuses on zero waste to landfill. 

Cerclex comes up with a multi-integrated structure of waste management platform (Thinktrash) to plan, schedule, collect and integrate waste pre-processing and post-processing plans, real-time bidding options for all industrial wastes, and scheduled pickups of waste with an effective route map to redefine the waste management operations with the feather touch Saas platform. 

Waste can be treated with suitable measures and recycled, re-used, and re-implemented with recycling plants to improve society and people.

Let’s be the change to create our world without waste.

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