CSE announces guidelines for legacy waste management
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CSE announces guidelines for legacy waste management

In a bid to support India’s garbage-free cities agenda, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) released a roadmap for legacy waste management.

The CSE’s seven-point roadmap includes developing a sustainable solid waste management plan, ensuring maximum utilisation of recovered fractions and reusing the reclaimed land sustainably on the basis of a comprehensive policy and protocol.

The plan also includes developing standards for gainful use of recovered fractions, incentivising management of recovered materials, and building capacity of urban departments and ensuring sustainable operation of sanitary landfills.

In a bid to support India’s garbage-free cities agenda, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) released a roadmap for legacy waste management. The CSE’s seven-point roadmap includes developing a sustainable solid waste management plan, ensuring maximum utilisation of recovered fractions and reusing the reclaimed land sustainably on the basis of a comprehensive policy and protocol. The plan also includes developing standards for gainful use of recovered fractions, incentivising management of recovered materials, and building capacity of urban departments and ensuring sustainable operation of sanitary landfills.

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