Research Paper | Geography | India | Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016
Requirement of Solid Waste Management for Water Conservation and Environment Upgradation at Jamshedpur
Sagar Pat Pingua
Abstract: People are obtaining many problems along with many facilities through the industrial and urban development from a century. Always seen the facts that issue of water and environmental has also included in the development plans. Till now only, drainage system, coastal barrier, rainwater harvesting, wastewater treatment and recycle, plantation, gardening and preserving dump area etc. field has developed for this. The Jamshedpur lies between latitude 21?58' to 22?48' N and longitude 85?04' to 86?54'E. Total geographical area is 149.225 km2. It population is 13, 39, 438 which are holding in 2, 57, 584 houses. It is located at the confluence of Kharkai and Subarnarekha Rivers. The rivers and groundwater are the major sources of drinking water. It is a major industrial centre of East India. To evaluate the effects of solid waste, related data were collected from at JNAC, ANAC, MNAC, Jugsalai Municipality and others (Bagbera, Kitadih, Haludbani, Parsudih, Sarjamda, Gadra, Chhota Govindpur and Ghorabanda). The data were collected in session 2011-15. Attempt to the development of water resources and clean and hygienic environment, and to encouragement to safe reuse and disposal of the waste for reduce the problems are main objectives.
Keywords: Source of solid waste, effects of solid waste, efforts to resolve the problem, water conservation and environment upgradation
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016,
Pages: 1110 - 1116
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Sagar Pat Pingua, "Requirement of Solid Waste Management for Water Conservation and Environment Upgradation at Jamshedpur", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016, pp. 1110-1116, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20163048
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