APPROACH OF BEST SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BY GEOINFORMATICS TECHNOLOGY

Uma Devi Randhi, K. Santosh Kumar

Abstract


System appears to be a major problem due to the complication and the wide nature of waste production. Different criteria are working in determination of an appropriate place for disposal; each of them is of high importance and may cause specific restrictions as to the selection of the location. The ultimate aim of these criteria is the selection of a site that is likely to have at least possible detrimental environmental effect on the nearby area. The pollution of underground water and soil of surrounding area can be considered as some of these bad effects. In this study, it is proved that geospatial system can serve as an efficient way of employing and managing various data in locating more appropriate places for the disposal of solid waste.


Keywords


Geospatial technology, sanitary land

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