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Evaluation of health service waste management at the regional hospital of the municipality of Itacoatiara (AM).

Solid waste from health services has gotten particular attention, particularly because it is garbage that can pose direct risks to the community's health if proper management procedures are not followed. In a public hospital in Itacoatiara, the present study sought to investigate the administration of WHS generated in a public hospital. It was possible to spot non-conformities within the hospital's leadership, which can be explained by the unit's inability in the introduction of the Health Service Waste Management Plan, which confirms there are no financial resources allocated to the region. Therefore, the present report provided an analysis of the WHS's administration of a public hospital in Amazonas' interior in order to build a service organization's internal policies in order to drive the WHS's administration's improved operation.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7114527


Waste-free Technologies Implementation for Secondary Dairy Raw Materials Processing

The aim of the paper'nbsp; is an analytic investigation of the key areas of waste-free processing of secondary dairy raw material into food products using membrane separation techniques in order to advance the development of advanced technologies for the production of concentrated dairy semi-finished products. Results of research.  The results of studies in the determination of the concentration factor of secondary dairy raw materials membrane processing varies with the process's duration are presented. retentates and permeates are analyzed by the product's chemical composition with the secondary milk raw materials ultrafiltration concentration. With the participation of the ultrafiltration process, a schematic diagram of the intricate conversion of skimmed milk and buttermilk into finished food products is shown. The development of a non-waste process for whole milk processing, with the possibility of continuous milk raw materials conversion from industrial use is elaborated. The change in the concentration factor during the membrane processing process of secondary dairy raw materials shows the efficiency of the bubbling technique used during ultrafiltration concentrations of skimmed milk, buttermilk, and whey from sour cheese, according to the study results. The increase of protein, fat, and solids content, as well as the preservation of raw milk's native characteristics have been documented by studies. Both definite types of presented products and general technology for whole milk processing were able to expand the schemes for waste-free processing thanks to preliminary researches into secondary dairy raw materials.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7112649


STUDY ON UTILIZATION OF GREEN WASTE FOR PRODUCTION OF LACTIC ACID

Abstract: Green waste can be used as a substrate in fermentation processes as an inexpensive raw material in fermentation processes, due to the importance of bioconversion of industrial waste into value added products via biotechnology in order to make the process efficient and environmentally friendly. Using the bio fermentation process, the production of lactic acid from green waste is reduced. This report gives an in-depth look at the latest developments in lactic acid production using green waste/byproducts.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7109532


VERMITECHNOLOGY IN ORGANIC WASTE MANAGEMENT

Abstract Vermitechnology is a method of safe disposal and inexpensive treatment of a variety of organic pollutants of domestic and agricultural origins, which can result in vermicompost and worm biomass. The study, therefore, examines the central role of worms in vermitechnology's technology in controlling biological contamination and environmental sustainability as well as their future prospects. Organic fertilizers and bio pesticides manufactured in this technology can help to enhance the soil conditioner's physical, chemical, and biological properties, which eventually leads to an increase in crop yield.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7109461


THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND WASTE GENERATION

Huge drop in air pollution was seen around the world, giving us a hope that everything will become more stable again ecologically. But, after the lockdown phase was complete, manufacturing and other human activities resumed once more, leading to a rise in greenhouse gases emissions. On the other hand, we ignored the growing medical waste we were producing as more masks, gloves, and protective gear were being discarded. We were led to rely more on internet shopping, which depleted local sales and increased packaging related waste by staying indoor, and more packaging related waste was created. What short-term effects such as a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and the venting of animals closer to humans was observed. So this paper reviews all of the benefits and disadvantages of pandemic radiation, as well as local environments.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7107926


The Utilization of Sago Due Waste as an Alternative Fuel

Sago is a native plant of Indonesia, with a 1. 228 million ha (51. 3%) of the world's sago region. In Indonesia, the sago area producing sago include Riau, South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, North Sulawesi, North Sulawesi, Maluku, and Papua, where the majority of the sago area is located in Papua. The results of printing sago dregs charcoal briquettes are made up of 60 mesh and 80 mesh, with two briquettes having the following measurements: 69. 80 mm = 6. 980 cm, briquette thickness = 64. 90 cm. Mesh 80 is 2,769 gr/cm3, mesh 60 is 1,998 gr/cm 3, and mesh 80 is 3. 8 percent.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7105471


DESIGNING A STRATEGIC PATTERN FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT WITH THE MINIMIZATION APPROACHTHROUGH MAXIMUM CITIZENSHIP PARTICIPATION, STAKEHOLDERS IN DECISION MAKING

Abstract Waste control has become one of the most significant issues, as a result of a crisis has wraked cities, plains, forests, seas, and even the oceans, and even the oceans. This research was done with the intention of creating a sustainable model of urban solid waste management with a minimization approach that maximized citizen involvement and stakeholders in decision making. Awareness raising and culture building are two of the key factors in waste management. One of the operational strategies to minimize primary waste production is influencing human geography, as well as exploiting the valuable role of religion and indigenous beliefs in various areas of the region.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7099407


Knowledge and Management of Ménage Solid Waste among Residents of Apapa Local Government Area, Lagos State, Nigeria

The study examined the prevalence and management of ménage solid waste among residents of Lagos's Apapa local government area. Four research questions were asked and answered, while two null hypotheses were developed and tested at a 0. 05 level of significance. Open dumping, open fire, and land filling are all common waste disposal techniques that are well known to the locals. Waste dumping rates were also found to be much higher than that of evacuation, which poses a strain on management. The residents had no significant connection between knowledge and waste management practices. Residents also had no statistically significant correlation between academic degrees and waste management activities, despite this. Conclusions were drawn, and the report finds, among other things, that the Lagos State Waste Management Agency should be more effective in the collection of refuse. Environmental education should be provided to the people by the local government officials.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7089642


Green Computing: E-waste Management in Kolhapur

Environmental scientists and campaigners around the world have all ranked environmental and environmental protection as a result. Contamination of ground water, in turn, has a negative effect on plants, animals, and the entire living system as a whole, raising serious health risks and illnesses. In this research, we looked at several sources of e-waste, their causes, and handling these hazardous and hazardous wastes in order to make the development process more efficient and greener. When thinking about e-waste, metal contamination, recycling, segregation, and sustainable growth are all terms that come to mind.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/7089146

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