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solid waste

All types of waste material,not necessarily contaminants.
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It added the initiative regarding Upfront Tariff for Municipal Solid Waste power plants will not only provide electricity to the national grid but will also create employment opportunities and play a role in economic growth of the country.
The first-ever upfront tariff, announced on Monday, for the generation of electricity through municipal solid waste was determined after consultation with stakeholders.
The total amount of municipal solid waste generated outside Virginia was about 3.
It also requested all waste management companies involved in the collection and transportation of municipal solid wastes as well as construction and demolition wastes to be fully committed to the circular for the sake of public interest.
Mifflin stated that for now Lehigh will have to import engineered municipal solid waste from outside sources, but has been in talks with Kern County on the matter.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Municipal Solid Waste Management market for the period 2014-2018.
Municipal solid waste and industrial waste is a significant problem for Kayseri, KyrE-ehir and NevE-ehir.
With increasing growth rate of population, municipal solid waste generation is expected to grow even faster, making the solid waste scenario much worse and a major bottleneck for development in Asian developing countries, like India.
Project Description: The proposed Solid Waste Development Policy Loan will provide budget support and assist the Government of Morocco to implement a program of reforms aimed at improving the financial, environmental, and social performance of the municipal solid waste sector in Morocco.
SOUTHBRIDGE - A hearing officer last night refused to throw out Casella Waste Systems' application to dump 405,600 tons a year of municipal solid waste at the town's landfill, saying she did not think she had authority to do so.
5 million tons of paper, glass, cans and plastics were recycled, for a 34 percent municipal solid waste recycling rate.
During the past decades the quantity and composition of municipal solid waste in the cities of Kurdistan Province of western Iran have changed considerably, but the methods of collection, transport, and disposal still are primitive (Abduli, 1993).

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