Volume : 09, Issue : 10, October – 2022



Authors :

Ms: Shazia Eshaq, Ms: Nighat Firdaus, Ms: Ayesha Ramzan

Abstract :

Introduction: Solid waste management is defined as the discipline associated with control of generation, storage, collection, transport or transfer, processing and disposal of solid waste materials in a way that best addresses the range of public health, conservation, economic, aesthetic, engineering, and other environmental considerations.
Materials and Methods: A Quantitative descriptive study and Questionnaires based study. The study was carried out in village Clarka Abad at Raiwind Road, Lahore. Sample size was determined by using a stratified random sampling method. The village was consisting of 100 houses for study. The data for this survey by home visiting through interview and questionnaires to present findings on attitude of people towards house hold waste management.
Results: 10% people collected household solid waste in drums and 50% people collected solid waste in baskets 40% people collected household solid waste (HSW) plastic bags. As there were no community drums 0% people dispose the solid waste in community drums.5% people throw the solid waste into drainage channels.1% people dispose solid waste into bushes. 10% people dispose (HSW) to fill the land.75% people dispose household solid waste in an open land spaces outside the village.6% people dispose solid waste by open burning and 3% people dispose solid waste by giving to domestic animals(fruits and vegetable peals). 50% people transport (HSW) daily.40% people transport (HSW) after a day and 10% people transport (HSW) every 2or 3 days
KEY WORDS: Attitude, Practice, Solid Waste Management, Clarka Abad.

Cite This Article:

Please cite this article in Ms: Shazia Eshaq et al, Attitude And Practice Of Solid Waste Management Among The People Of Clarka Abad Village Raiwind Road Lahore., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2022; 09(10).


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