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4. Urban Waste Management

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How do cities manage non-hazardous solid waste?

This Article explains ecological footprint and urban metabolism. Answers why the considerations of ecological footprint and urban metabolism are important in urban sustainability. Includes research on urban metabolism and its changes. Outlines strategies implemented in various cities to manage non-hazardous solid waste, and the challenges faced. Case studies include Japan, Singapore, and India.

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June 2017

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ISSN: 2399-9721

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