Question

Solid waste collection systems are classified according to their operation into two categories. Demonstrate both systems in details. Discuss which system is practiced in your area.

Answer #1

**Solid waste collection system** :

It is one of the important aspect in solid waste management which includes collection,disposal,recycle.

**Generally there are two types of solid waste collection
system based on operation**

**1.Hauled container system**

**2.stationary container system**

**HAULED
CONTAINER SYSTEM**

In this system container is filled with waste from all residencies is moved to disposal point

Meanwhile empty container must be brought to storage site to fill the waste and same procedure will continued

**waste --storage site -- disposal point**

**Container after disposal moves to refill
again**

**STATIONARY CONTAINER
SYSTEM**

**IN** this
sytem collection crews fill the collection container from storage
container.

Storage container is stationary in this system

collection container moves from storage to disposal .disposes off and comes again

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