publication . Article . 2015

Improving Public Health and Environment through Plastic Waste Management in Mumbai Metropolitan Region

Sanjay RODE;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2015 Journal: Economia: Seria Management (issn: 1454-0320, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Editura ASE
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region is growing in terms of population, industry, educational and commercial units. The daily requirements of commodities and services by all units have increased fast. Plastic is used extensively for packing, protection and service of various commodities. The use of plastic is much higher by industry and households in region. In Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation, the density of population is higher. The concentration of small and large industries is more. Therefore the plastic use is much higher for different purposes. It leads to more waste of plastic. In Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, the population and industrial units are less...
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publication . Article . 2015

Improving Public Health and Environment through Plastic Waste Management in Mumbai Metropolitan Region

Sanjay RODE;