CONTENTS:- Introduction; Mineral Cycling; Biomass: Source of Energy; Industrial Waste; Pharmaceutical Management; Waste Water Management; Agro Waste Water Management; Soil Management; Paper Waste Management; Thermal Waste Management; Air Management; Noise Management; Soild Waste Management; Sewage Waste Management and Water Management.
The present exhaustive study 'Waste Management', focuses on the production of water and agricultural and industrial by-products which is a necessary consequence of modern civilization. The products of activities in agriculture, forestry, dairying, and food industries can be used for various purpose and the resulting pollution can be minimized. These wastes or by-products may be degraded into fermentative products by suitable microbes or may be transformed into proteins. In the modern day society, the problem of 'Waste Management' is serious one. The scientists and technocrats are seriously engaged in solving the problem and evolving Waste Management Techniques, which is a global problem.