Mohd Faizan

Department of Chemical Processing, University of Applied Sciences, Munster, Germany

  • Mini Review   
    Solid Waste Management in India under Covid 19 Pandemic: Challenges and Solutions
    Author(s): Mohd Faizan*

    SARS-CoV-2, most commonly known as Coronavirus, was emerged first in the Wuhan city of China in the late 2019 and proved to be an unprecedented threat to the whole world since then. It has truly imposed a restriction on human lives in many countries and has taught us a new way of living. Being the second-most populous country in the world and one of the top contenders in the hierarchy in terms of coronavirus infection, India is facing far extreme consequences of this unrestrained outbreak than many other countries in the same league. Apart from all the other challenges put forward by the existence of SAR-CoV-2, there is a need of proper management to handle the different types of solid waste especially Biomedical Waste (BMW) emerging from different health care facilities, quarantine homes, and centers, that is appearing in a huge amount every day and the possible challenges we are fac.. Read More»

    DOI: 10.35248/2252-5211.21.11.408

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