Sanitary waste

Sanitary waste

The dirty water from kitchens, bathrooms, and laundries.
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Rahim today said that residents are still in the dark over the status of the Bukit Payong sanitary waste landfill project in Batu Pahat, as there are still signs of ongoing construction work at the site.
'But sanitary waste affects these communities more directly, because they are using the land to grow food.
Collecting over 20 tonnes of sanitary waste every week, Bengaluru is also the first city in India where sanitary waste is collected separately.
(TAP) -- Sixteen thousand tonnes of sanitary waste activities (DAS) are produced each year in Tunisia, including 40% (7,000 tonnes) classified dangerous director of the National Agency for Waste Management (ANGed) Afef Siala said, on Thursday, in Tunis.
Control and Treatment of Landfill Leachate for Sanitary Waste Disposal
A Government source said the prospect of nappies and sanitary waste being left for a month was "disgusting".
Other businesses flying the Green flag included Knowaste, based in West Bromwich, which is opening the country's first recycling facility for disposable nappies and sanitary waste in January 2011.
Connecticut Valley Sanitary Waste Disposal Inc., a subsidiary of Waste Management, operates the landfill.
An "exceptionally high" level of sanitary waste was recorded at East Bay, Helensburgh.
There has been a 90 per cent increase in the amount of rubbish on the coast over the past decade, with major sources being beach visitors, fishing debris, sanitary waste - particularly cotton bud sticks - and shipping waste, according to MCS.
Another is looking to install a "living machine" to recycle sanitary waste into usable water for flushing or irrigation.