Waste Management

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  • Scientific Closure of Gorai Dumpsite (India):

    Scientific Closure of Gorai Dumpsite (India):
    The main purpose of the project was to close the existing landfill in Gorai, Mumbai which was sponsored by the municipal corporation.Certain time period of work and permanent solution for Eco-friendly and clean Environment, treatment of creek water for marine life makes it a unique project. it is temporary as it was completed by certain time and was eventually closed.The land was used for other purposes are the deliverable. Time was fixed, Quality was optimized and cost was accepted.
  • Zero Waste: Edinburgh and Midlothian (Scotland)

    Zero Waste: Edinburgh and Midlothian (Scotland)
    To enable sustainable process in order to reduce the waste that previously sent to landfill. Unique because of process of recycling the waste temporary to achieve the target by 2025 and deliverable were long term solution at competitive price renewable heat and electricity for the local area. time was accepted as long time to achieve the deliverable and quality was optimised and so does the cost was fixed as it was quite expensive for the councils.
  • SULO NZ'S MILK BOTTLE REINCARNATION PROJECT

    SULO NZ'S MILK BOTTLE REINCARNATION PROJECT
    Reaching 65 percent recycled content has been a significant milestone but we are always looking to improve,” said SULO Talbot’s general manager.The purpose of project was to trail using milk bottle as a raw material for mobile recycling bins and this idea makes it a unique project. Saving plastic was the deliverable of the project. eventually project was completed. Quality was fixed as the objective was to make a quality recycled bin. Time was optimized and cost was acceptable.
  • Building a socialized model of domestic waste management in Hoi An:In Hoi An city, government found the waste collection efficiency of the public service company is not high for various reasons.

    Building a socialized model of domestic waste management in Hoi An:In Hoi An city, government found the waste collection efficiency of the public service company is not high for various reasons.
    This may because of insufficient attention is paid to the role and the participation of waste material agencies and waste collectors in Hoi An. So they launched “Building a socialized model of domestic waste management in Hoi An” project. The project aims to enhance the management capacity of the environmental in this city.In addition, the cost was fixed, the quality was optimized and the time was accepted.
  • Treated timber waste minimisation (Christchurch)

    Treated timber waste minimisation (Christchurch)
    Initiated by Environment Canterbury in 2013 year in order to recycle the timber waste especially of demolished and so its unique as the approach was executed for the first time and had timeline from 2013 and deliverable was to inaugurate the sustainable and economic process of recycling. Thus cost was fixed as it has to be under boundaries and quality as optimised as it'll add value after all and time has been accepted as this whole process was time consuming.
  • Mr Trash Wheel is a solar hydro-power device which is installed in Baltimore’s inner harbour for pulling debris from the water. The wheel of the device turns by the power of the river’s or sun through the solar panel attached to the wheel.

    Mr Trash Wheel is a solar hydro-power device which is installed in Baltimore’s inner harbour for pulling debris from the water. The wheel of the device turns by the power of the river’s or sun through the solar panel attached to the wheel.
    It is a unique project because this is the device of its kind and the unique machine has made the harbour cleaner than it has ever been in the last few decades. The deliverable of the project was the machine itself and it is a temporary project because it was successfully completed in 2014. He wanted to develop some technique to clean the harbour. So, it shows that this project was planned. Quality of the project was fixed, the cost was optimized, funds were limited and time was acceptable.
  • National Food Waste Prevention Project

    National Food Waste Prevention Project
    The main idea was to research about the study that can help to reduce the food waste in household so it defines its uniqueness as it was only concerned with household stuff temporary as the research project has start and end date and deliverable were the methods that can be applicable in order to minimise the food waste. The priority matrix as set accordingly quality was fixed and hence the as the research might take time and cost was accepted as it require certain amount of money
  • E Recycling - An environmental Project where individual companies and public institutions recycle their electronic waste. Young social entrepreneur, Camil Chaari, founded E Recycling, in 2015

    E Recycling - An environmental Project where individual companies and public institutions recycle their electronic waste. Young social entrepreneur, Camil Chaari, founded E Recycling, in 2015
    The purpose is to reduce e-waste by responsibly collecting and recycling e-waste.The first e-waste drop off center was established in Rabat Morocco. 3.5 tons of e-waste collected and recycled by certified recyclers and more than 3500 kg CO² emission saved. The time was fixed as the project finished in 2015, quality optimised as they have started providing valuable services and reaching significant milestones. This project was sponsored by different organisations, so the cost was accepted.
  • Stozher landfill site solves waste disposal issues in Dobrich, Bulgaria

    Stozher landfill site solves waste disposal issues in Dobrich, Bulgaria
    In Bulgarian city of Dobrich, there is an environmental problem because people poor waste disposal. Nowadays, there is a new EU-funded landfill site. In addition, the cost was fixed, the quality was optimized and the time was accepted.
  • Integrated Solid Waste Management Project for Belarus:Belarus in order to improve its capacity in solid waste management and mitigation of environmental issues, they launched Integrated Solid Waste Management Project.

    Integrated Solid Waste Management Project for Belarus:Belarus in order to improve its capacity in solid waste management and mitigation of environmental issues, they launched Integrated Solid Waste Management Project.
    It is the GEF funded project. They built a modern mechanical waste separation plant with World Bank’s supported. The new plant can recycle the wastes. Then, those remaining sorted products be sold to various Belarusian organizations. Compare with burying those waste all in the landfill, this project not only can help reduce environmental pollution, but also can bring economic benefits.In addition, cost was fixed, quality was optimized and time was accepted.
  • Millerhill Recycling Center in Scotland- new state-of-the-art energy from waste plant. It will serve the cities of Edinburgh and Midlothian

    Millerhill Recycling Center in Scotland- new state-of-the-art energy from waste plant. It will serve the cities of Edinburgh and Midlothian
    It will treat around 135,000 tons of household residual waste and 20,000 tons of commercial waste every year. It generate electricity to satisfy the energy demands of up to 32,000 households. The project commenced construction in October 2016 and completed around early 2018. The project was fixed as they have signed a contract, quality is optimised as they have started providing valuable services and reaching significant milestones.They have finished the project on time, so the time is accepted.
  • New Zealand Rural Waste Minimisation Project- it's a 3 year project to improve rural waste management practices across NZ.

    New Zealand Rural Waste Minimisation Project- it's a  3 year project to improve rural waste management practices across NZ.
    It finds different ways for rural communities to better manage on farm wastes like soft plastics, old chemicals and used oil. It encourages long term behavioral change by ensuring that there were convenient cost effective services.In May 2018 the project was finished.Time was fixed as it started and finished on time.Quality optimised as it was started providing valuable services and reaching significant milestones.This project was sponsored by different organisations so the cost was accepted.
  • From Peel to Peel Project was executed by Italian designer. This designer has designed unique project which is an Eco-friendly food packaging from fruits and vegetable waste .

    From Peel to Peel Project was executed by Italian designer. This designer has designed unique project which is an Eco-friendly food packaging from fruits and vegetable waste .
    This was the first project that someone developed a packaging material using the food waste, bacteria and yeast. This is temporary because it was done in 2018 and deliverable of the project was the packaging material developed. He was inspired by the designer, then he planned and decided to develop packaging from the peel. The quality of the project was fixed, time was optimised because the material needs to be dried for a fixed time and the cost was acceptable, did not include enough cost.
  • Turning space waste into "ingredients for something special"

    Turning space waste into "ingredients for something special"
    Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde is launching a large-scale project to solve the "problem with no solution" of waste and debris floating around in outer space. The aim of this project was to use space waste as a source of creativity. The idea of using beams to point out space waste and first step towards the managing space waste make it a unique project. Temeporary as the results will be declared by 2020. The quality is fixed, time is optimized and cost was accpetable.
  • Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Project is created to collect, treat and purify of used water and reducing the land occupied by used water in Singapore by 50%.

    Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Project is created to collect, treat and purify of used water and reducing the land occupied by used water in Singapore by 50%.
    This project being undertaken by the Public utility board of Singapore and the massive scale of the project makes it unique. It is temporary because it has due date is 2022, deliverable of the project will be sewerage tunnels being constructed. A huge government project cannot be completed without planning so that it is planned. The quality of the project was fixed government officials cannot comprise, the cost was optimized, and time must be accepted, cannot be hindered, anyone.