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Waste and Municipal Solid Waste Management in Thailand

Municipal Solid waste (MSW) is the critical problem of Thailand. There is 26.77 million tons of MSW on 2013 but only 7.2 million tons were appropriate sanitary management and the rest is not operation in which can reusable only 5.1 million tons and causing the environmental, sanitation and health problems. Solid waste can divide into 4 categories which are Organic waste, Recyclable waste, Hazardous waste, and General waste. The different types of MSW are the different proper approaches of... อ่านต่อ

Waste management concept of other countries

Picture source: www.macalester.edu Zero waste management; this concept has the principle that “Waste is valuable and recyclable” which aims to minimize the waste and eliminate with the efficient technology. Many countries were implement this concept such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, Korea, the Philippines, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Holland, England, Ireland, Scotland, North scoreboard Namibia switch Uzbekistan, Brazil and some states in the United States Reused for... อ่านต่อ

Wasted food composting for organic fertilizer

Wasted food composting for organic fertilizer; Picture Source: http://www.diyhealthremedy.com/8-top-tips-to-reduce-food-wastage/   Fruits, vegetables, dairy products, grains, bread, unbleached paper napkins, coffee filters, eggshells, meats and newspaper can be composted. If it can be eaten or grown in a field or garden, it can be composted. Items that cannot be composted include plastics, grease, glass, and metals — including plastic utensils, condiment packages, plastic... อ่านต่อ

Food Wastage and Worm Composting

Food wastage; Picture Source: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/774797865535930369 Food loss: refers to a decrease in mass (dry matter quantity) or nutritional value (quality) of food that was originally intended for human consumption. These losses are mainly caused by inefficiencies in the food supply chains, such as poor infrastructure and logistics, lack of technology, insufficient skills, knowledge and management capacity of supply chain actors and lack of access to markets. In... อ่านต่อ

6R: reinvent/rethink, refuse, reduce, reuse/repair, recycle, replace/rebuy

6R: reinvent/rethink, refuse, reduce, reuse/repair, recycle, replace/rebuy; Picture Source: ERM-Siam Co., Ltd. Rethink/Reinvent: consider and question consumption habits To make a difference, people must make a conscious effort to do so. That begins by questioning our actions. We must ask ourselves, do we really need these things? Is there another use for this? Can this be recycled? (Green Triangle Blog, 2012). These are just some of the basic questions that we should consider every... อ่านต่อ

Sanitary Landfills as waste disposal

By Eric Guinther – English Wikipedia, user-contributed., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=161429   Generally, this term means a large piece of land away from living places where all the waste from a town is deposited. But there is more to landfills. Proper landfill management involves sorting out all the waste (waste separation), and sending only the waste that cannot be recycled and composted to the site. Proper landfills, are also lined at the... อ่านต่อ

Incineration method of waste management

Picture Source: ERM-Siam Co., Ltd. This simply means burning waste. This method is common in countries with limited landfill space. Incineration chambers can be small for domestic use, but there are large ones for municipal use as well. It is great for treating waste with contamination (like those from hospitals) and hazardous waste from factories, but the method produces too much carbon dioxide (see our air pollution lesson). Modern incineration processes are more efficient and... อ่านต่อ

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