Waste Management

"Currently, the worldÂ’s cities generate about 1.3 billion tonnes of solid waste per year and the volume is expected to increase to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025. Waste generation rates will more than double over the next twenty years in lower income countries. However, this current trend of generating waste is not a recent practice; it comes from the very early stages of modern society. So how would it be possible to transform current cities into zero waste cities? Atiq Uz Zaman, Roadmap towards Zero Waste Cities Journal of Waste Management is a high impact factor journal that deals with human generated wastes and their various optimal processing such as waste segragation, collection, packaging, storage, transport, treatment, disposal, etc. And authors and researchers from different linguistic environments have the opportunity to publish, using OMICS Translation Services, their valuable scientific experience in the domain of waste management, from their native language to English or from English to other international languages including French, German and Spanish. The High Impact Factor Journal of Waste Management is published by OMICS Group - a strong supporter of the Open Access publication model. OMICS Group has been expanding its publication services by acquiring reputed journals from many prestigious publishers from various parts of the world. It has a large repertoire of 700+ peer-reviewed journals in Open Access, of which, the quality and originality are insured by 50,000+ editorial board members."
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