+234 813 0686 500
+234 809 3423 853
info@grossarchive.com

THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA

  • Type:Project
  • Chapters:5
  • Pages:45
  • Format:Microsoft Word
(Estate Management Project Topics & Materials)

THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON  WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA

(A CASE STUDY OF CUDA)

ABSTRACT

The research  provides a conceptual and theoretical study on the effect of waste management practice on waste disposal in Nigeria.it analyzes the concept of waste and waste management. It projects the challenges and profers strategies for effective waste management in Nigeria. with a case study of (CUDA.) 

INTRODUCTION

The American Public Liquid Association in 1975 defined solid waste as unwanted and useless material with insufficient liquid content to be free flowing, because of its sticky nature, solid waste has the ability to accumulating and physically insulting and degrading the environment if not well managed. And is more conspicuous in the urban than rural areas and has been linked to such problems like demographic inconsistency and in continuity in sanitation policy and data availability. The increase in population as a result of industrial revolution in major towns and cities of the world have necessitated rapid growth or high rate of urbanization and development for instance; Nigeria cities in recent time have witnessed rapid population growth resulting from influx of migrants from rural area to the cities. This brings about the concentration of industrial, commercial, infrastructural,  administration and government activities in urban centers. Thus, as the population of cities grows, the  rate of waste generation also increases leading to increase burning of refuse (in the developing  countries) and high rate of air pollution ,which increased concentration of green house gases that  causes global warming and eventually Climate change. The volume of waste generated in any city is  often reflection of the intensity of human activities such as population urbanization and social  development, resources exploitation and unchecked technological advances. All these activities  generated one form of waste or the other. And the volume of waste generated has also increased  tremendously .the implication of this is that we have more waste to cope with.

CHAPTER ONE

1.1              BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have caused the temperature of the earth to rise by 0.6Cover the last 100 years. The ten (10) warmest years of the 20th century all occurred in the last 15 years of the century and 1998 was the warmest year on record (www.defra.gov.uk). Thermal expansion and glacier melting are causing sea level to rise, rises in sea level can increase the salinity of freshwater throughout the world ,and cause coastal lands to be washed under ocean exposing populations toincreased risk of flooding, .patterns of precipitation are changing, with greater like hood of extreme events and more areas subject to water stress warmer water and increased humidity may encourage tropical cyclone, and changing wave patterns could produce more tidal waves and strong beach erosion on the coast. With consequences for agricultural production

These changes to the environment will most likely. These changes to the environment will most likely cause negative impacts on society, such as, flooding, lower health and decreasing in socioeconomic development.

Developing countries like Nigeria are particularly at risk, because of her bad waste  management system and unhealthy disposal practices. Global temperature will continue to increase causing further disruption to climate patterns. Ultimately,  all this can only be brought under control by engaging in sustainable waste management practices, and stabilizing greenhouse gases concentrations in the atmosphere. Therefore the research intends to investigate the effect of management practice on waste disposal in Nigeria

1.2             STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The problem confronting this research is to appraise the effect of waste management practice in Nigeria. The increase in population, industrial, commercial, technological and economic activities has resulted in the growth of volume of waste and its effect in our environment, therefore the formulation and implementation  of effective strategy is imperative for the management of waste disposal in Nigeria (A case study of CUDA).

1.3             RESEARCH QUESTIONS

1    What constitute solid waste?

2       What is the effect of solid waste in the environment?

3       What constitute the strategy for effective waste management practice?

4       What constitute the management practice of CUDA for effective waste management practice?

1.4 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

1            To appraise the nature of solid waste in the environment

2                 To determine the effect of solid waste on the environment

3                 To appraise the strategy for effective waste management practice

4         To determine the management practice of CUDA for effective waste management

1.5 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

1    The study shall provide a structural study on solid waste

2    It shall investigate the effect of solid waste on the environment

3   The study shall analyze strategies for effective waste management practice

4       It shall provide a reference source of information for environmental experts.

1.6    STATEMENT OF HYPOTHESIS

1          H0        The volume of solid waste in the environment is low

            H1        The volume of solid waste in the environment is high

2          H0        The effect of solid waste on the environment is  low

            H1        The effect of solid waste on the environment is high

3          H0        The impact of CUDA waste management practice on solid waste           management is low

            H1        The impact of CUDA waste management practice on solid waste                                   management is high

1.7    SCOPE OF THE STUDY

         The study is focused on the   effect of waste management practice on waste disposal in Nigeria, with a case study of CUDA

1.8      DEFINITION OF TERMS

SOLID WASTE DEFINED.

The American Public Liquid Association in 1975 defined solid waste as unwanted and useless material with insufficient liquid content to be free flowing, because of its sticky nature, solid waste has the ability to accumulating and physically insulting and degrading the environment if not wellmanaged.

THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA

Share This

Details

Type Project
Department Estate Management
Project ID ETM0112
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
No of Pages 45 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

500
Leave a comment...

    Details

    Type Project
    Department Estate Management
    Project ID ETM0112
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 45 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

    Related Works

    THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON  WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF CUDA) ABSTRACT The research  provides a conceptual and theoretical study on the effect of waste management practice on waste disposal in Nigeria.it analyzes the concept of waste and waste management. It projects the challenges and profers strategies for... Continue Reading
    CHAPTER ONE 1.1     GENERAL BACKGROUND           There were efforts, some of them commendable made at various times, in Enugu to improve the environmental and atmospheric conditions of the different part of the capital city. These have include the clearing of the city of large amounts of refuse site and dumps indiscriminately located... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This seminar topic “Solid Waste Management and Disposal system” is based on the research on what solid waste is all about, how it is managed and its methods of disposal systems. Research on this topic enable us to know that solid wastes are discarded solid materials such as scraps of plastic, rubbers nylon, paper, etc. Also, the... Continue Reading
    (A Case Study Of Eswama) ABSTRACT Domestic Waste Disposal is any materials from plants and animals which cannot be recycle back into the environments or into the market for future use. This domestic waste management disposal is of national and international concern. From analysis in question 1 it is... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT A major concern to the government of Lagos state is the problem of solid Waste Management within Lagos metropolis. To ameliorate the situation, the government put in place strategies for effective collection, disposal and management of solid waste to improve the living environment of the people. A new initiative was developed statewide... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Poor waste management has been a major problem to human existence and it affects both rural and urban areas. Various methods of waste disposal exist and this study assessed the waste man- agement practices among residents of Owerri State, Imo state, Nigeria. It was a descriptive cross sectional study in which a total of 282 residents of... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The study assessed the perceived effects of solid waste disposal techniques on health status of residents in Igando Local Government Area. Four (4) Local Communities Development Area Ifeoluwa, Banjo,  Feyintola and Oduduwa The descriptive research method was used in carrying out the study. The population for the study was people within... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Analysis of women‟s participation in waste picking and solid waste management as a whole has immense socioeconomic and environmental benefits and also can serve as a basis for identifying problems and making relevant recommendations in Sokoto Metropolis, Nigeria. The objectives of this research are to: review gender participation in... Continue Reading
    CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction This chapter introduces the research study. It gives the background to the study, statement to the problem, research questions, scope and the significance of the study, definition of terms and organization of the study. 1.1 Background to the study... Continue Reading
    THE PROBLEMS OF URBAN WASTE DISPOSAL AND MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU URBAN (ENSEPA) ABSTRACT This research project is a very crucial study for the effective management of waste disposal is Enugu urban. This study was motivated as a result of the adverse effects of undisposal and improperly managed solid waste on the environment and health of... Continue Reading