The on educating the people of the higher

amount of population in India and with the diversity of the system that is at
three levels rural, town and city eradicating any problem becomes a challenge.
This challenge of implementing new systems and policies at every level and its
success in the system is the cause of concern. There are numerous suggestions
deduced from understanding the above system and it’s functioning in the
country. The first and the foremost beginning from the reduction of the waste generation
at the root level creating awareness amongst

and its collections form the foremost objective of the structure of waste
management system. Sorting it and defining the processing to be implemented on
the same in accordance to its capacity is also available today with the
technology. There is no single method that can be implemented.

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Comprehending the waste generated also a crucial
step of all. The classification of waste is not on solid, municipal etc but is
also on the basis of composition of waste and also its percentages, Source and
point of collection. Focussing on the composition of waste and its percentage,
the components can be further classified into plastics, organic, recyclable,
glass, papers, metals, and hazardous components. Additionally the percentage of
the composition may vary from area to area as in the sources like household,
industry, markets etc. under the point of collection an immediate collection
and a communal collection are the two ways which in a country like India is quite
varied. The immediate collection is achieved for higher to middle income
section of people wherein door o door collection of waste is provided. The
sufferers are the lower income people, who without this service and lack of
knowledge allow the waste to decompose or directly send it to the dump without
being processed or sorted. At this stage many solutions need to be provided.
Beginning from services to all initiatives need to be taken from the government
the housing societies on educating the people of the higher and middle income
population on reduction of waste generation first and also on dividing the
waste into fractions of reusability, recyclibity,  organic waste and wet waste. Frequent
collection of waste from the lower income areas and proper collection is
imperative. This would not only reduce the diseases from spreading but will
also ensure proper disposal of wastes through appropriate processing and
channels. The involvement of NGOs at this stage becomes decisive. Knowledge of
waste disposal and how it is affecting the health and welfare of the beings in
the vicinity would ensure an extended stream of support.