Urbanization is emerging to be a reality and it is equally true for the globalization factor. It is estimated, that a large chunk of the world population will settle down in cities and no doubt face the problem of waste management as well. As far as for statistical analysis is concerned by 2030, around two third of world’s population would there be living in cities. The need for the sustainable solutions there would be involved to make cities cleaner in future times.
The selling of the properties in L Zone has another considerable factor to its management alike to waste management, anywhere, else globally as well too. Flats in L Zone that even lies into and around Delhi Master Plan properties, waste management is also a considerable factor to sort out the issues and problems of urban development as well too.
For the properties L Zone, real estate builders and construction companies feels that the solid wastes required to be characterized by sources, generation rates, types of wastes produced, and composition in order to monitor and control. There many a good number of waste management systems there would be inculcated into the system to improving the existing behavior and habits.
On the basis of the nature of waste they could be divided into the different types. Types of solid wastes follows here belongs to as if:-
• First category is the residential waste, food waste, plastic, old cloth, hazardous waste like old battery, nail polish bottles, insecticides, after shaving lotion, bottle, and biomedical waste and sanitary napkin.
• In the second category there happens to be the commercial waste including paper, plastic, used batteries, chemical containers and others.
• Garden waste in another important category of waste where packaging material of agro chemicals, chips covers, ice cream cups, etc., are been included in the category of waste material.
• Industrial waste as chemical solvents, paints, sand paper products, metals and radioactive wastes are too included in rampantly found industrial waste now-a-days.
• Agriculture waste is the organic waste where animal excrete in the form of slurries, farmyard manures, silage effluents and soiled water is been termed and named there.
With different types of solutions in order to manage waste can be utilized in smart cities India project utilities and prospect.