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Materials recovery facilities: how legal government units (LGUs) address wastes build up in open dumpsites

Presentation from WTERT-Asia Inaugural Meeting April 2017

by Nelson Quillao Remulla

Waste production is an indication that population increases in a particular country, region, or locality. The volume of wastes produced daily is also indicative of growth and development in the area. However, to manage the waste is another issue that needs to be given proper attention to avoid waste problems (particularly disposal and its by-effects.

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published: WTERT-Asia Inaugural Meeting April 2017 , 4|2017
Keywords: Waste Management, Philippines
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