International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part J (2016)
Municipal sanitary workers opinion about the public’s on municipal solid waste management practices in Bengaluru city
The paper explores the solid waste management issues in Bengaluru city. As of 2014, Bengaluru is the third most populous city of India, experiencing a huge growth in its massive population. The present population of Bengaluru city is 1,01,78,146 (As per 2011 census - males 4,401,299 and females 4,024,671 totalling 84,25, 970). There are 198 wards under the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Every day Bangaloreans produce 35,000 metric tons of solid waste. There are different ways and means to collect the solid waste in the city. In Bengaluru city, every day 16,000 Garbage Disposal workers are paid by the BBMP. At present, many private agencies are also working in managing solid waste. The present study is exploring about the opinions of the municipal workers regarding the public’s Municipal solid waste management practices in Bengaluru city.
How to cite this article:
Kavitha MR, Mohan AK. Municipal sanitary workers opinion about the public’s on municipal solid waste management practices in Bengaluru city. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):659-661.