Solid Waste Management in Small Village: A Case Study

  • Liji Samuel Research Scholar, Department of Economics, University of Kerala (Kariavattom Campus), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Keywords: Solid waste management, Economic sectors, Kalayapuram town, Solid waste, Solid pollution


Managing solid waste is one of the most significant challenges of the rural areas of all sizes, from the small towns and complete area villages, which are home to the mass of humanity. It is close to always in the top five of the most challenging problems for village officers. It is somewhat strange that it accepts so little recognition compared to other rural management problems. Available data show that villages spend a substantial proportion of their available repeated budget on solid waste management. This method of insertion in solid waste management demonstrates how striking results can be achieved where the connection of the informal sector is stimulated.

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Samuel, L. (2020). Solid Waste Management in Small Village: A Case Study. Shanlax International Journal of Economics, 9(1), 42-46.