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Poor waste management in India cities

BY: Muhammed Haris | Category: India | Post Date: 2009-08-27

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Waste management has been a serious challenge in the cities of India. Huge amount of wastage pileups have been created in the cities because of high population density and congestion in most Indian cities. In the cities of India, a large numbers of factories have been established across the city area and in the outer circles of the city. Factories produce very harmful wastage which should ideally be disposed very carefully. Any deviation in the system of proper waste disposal tends to have a devastating effect on the health of people.

It is common to see unplanned drains coming out of the slum areas of the city. Many a times they are let out on the one side of the road. In worst cases, on the other side of the road water pipelines have been laid out to supply drinking water. If these pipelines happen to crash then, sometimes the drainage water gets added to the drinking water and it results in the serious health problem to the public. There are many diseases which are being spread through the water. So the ineffective drainage has been a major reason the the spread of water borne diseases.

Many factories dispose their waste products into a nearby river. In turn the poor people of the city consume the river water for drinking purpose. They are not in a position to buy the costly mineral waters. Even there are hundreds of fake companies which supply the mineral water with the quality seal of ISI. But they just fill the water from some easily available sources and they do not even purify it properly. So we see much variation in the prices of mineral water. People just blindly go for the mineral water which is available as lesser price. But the fact is that the quality of the water has been largely ignored in India.

So, we need to concentrate on bringing a good system of waste management to protect our health.

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