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One of the responsibilities of the Urban Local Bodies, as highlighted by the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016, is setting up material recovery facilities (MRFs). An MRF, also known as a material reclamation facility or materials recycling facility, is a plant that separates and prepares single-stream recycling materials to be sold to end buyers. Material recovery facilities sort a wide range of recyclable materials like plastics, cardboard, paper, newspapers and magazines, office papers and mixed papers, glass bottles, metal containers, aluminum, and steel cans, as well as cartoons. To know about the types of MRFs and their advantages and disadvantages, read this blog. ...

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India is struggling to manage waste. Dumpsites in most cities are filled to the brim. Besides damaging the environment, they are a health menace. Government policies are focusing on alternatives to ensure this waste is reused and recycled. Bio-mining is an option. It is defined as the scientific process of excavation, treatment, segregation, and gainful utilization of solid waste at dumpsites referred to as legacy waste -- waste that has been collected for years at landfills. Bio-mining has two benefits -- it enables us to reuse materials harming the environment, and it frees up land that can be used for other purposes....

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India generates enormous quantities of waste every day and management of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is a huge challenge for the authorities. Even though only 31% of the population resides in urban areas, this population of 377 million generates a gigantic 1.43 lakh metric tonnes per day of MSW. With the increase in population, the quantity of waste generated is going up. Municipal Solid Waste management is defined as the discipline associated with the control of generation, collection, storage, transfer and transport, processing, and disposal of solid wastes. The management of such waste is one of the primary functions of all Urban Local Bodies. ...

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