Waste management refers to the collection, transport, handling, and disposal of human waste as a whole. Waste management is a broad term that encompasses all features of human waste management, including waste minimization.

Management Of Waste

Waste management is a broad term that covers a variety of topics. Biohazardous waste, industrial wastes, & organic waste are only a few of the types of garbage. Different forms of trash necessitate different ways of disposal and treatment. Many times, waste is disposed of by burning it in incinerators or dumping it in landfills.Both major trash disposal techniques are environmentally damaging.

Leachate is what occurs when it rains & water runs through rubbish stored at landfills, causing problems like leachate. Some poisons are absorbed & end up in underground streams that could be utilized for drinking. All features of waste are considered in waste management.

Although natural phenomena such as forest fires & active volcanoes can cause environmental pollution, the term “pollution” often implies that the contaminants get an anthropogenic source—which  is, a source product of human activity. Pollution has accompanied humanity since groups of people first assembled and stayed in one location for an extended period of time.

Ancient human settlements are typically identified by their wastes, such as shell mounds & rubble heaps. Pollution is not a significant issue as long as each individual & group has sufficient space. However, as large numbers of people established permanent settlements, pollution became a concern, and it has been so ever since.