Municipal solid waste management discussion

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a research about landfill sorting machines with 4 references

two pages and the third one for works cited





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Do I use MLA or APA referencing?

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Ludwig Christian, Stefanie Hellweg, & Samuel Stucki eds(2012). Municipal solid waste
management: strategies and technologies for sustainable solutions. Springer Science & Business
Media.
The book describes the major effects of solid waste on people and the surrounding
environment that is based on strategies laid by community members. The author emphasizes on
the use of new technology to recover raw materials from disposed of products through recycling,
waste treatment, and safe disposal, the use of landfills sorting machines which are able to
separate the recyclable.
The book dissects on how society can accept the measures as an economically viable
business. The book is essential as it brings the need to tap into the business opportunity that
comes with an increase in solid waste by reusing or making them better instead of dumping. This
book is vital in analyzing waste management practices in recycling.
Tchobanoglous, George &Kreith, Frank 2002. Handbook of Solid Waste Management. McGraw:
McGraw-Hill Publishers.
The book mainly addresses the issue of municipal waste management by giving an option
of building a foundation of waste management through the use of technology. In their regulations
that are set at the federal level that affects disposal and management of solid waste. The
companies and people should handle and manage waste by following the set of government
legislation as a way to control waste products (Dincer, Colpan & Kadioglu 2013).
This book is important in showing the government commitment in controlling waste
management in the country.

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The book offers a solution to engineers and public officials with an integrated approach
to planning, design, and management of efficient economic and environmentally responsible
solid waste disposal systems.
Chandrappa, Ramesha and Das Diganta 2012. Solid Waste Management: Principles and
Practice. New York: Springer.
The book focuses on the history of solid waste mainly when it turned to be a problem.
This during human civilization when air and water pollution was not an issue. The book states
that solid waste problem began as a result of the invention of new products. Services and
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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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