Assessment of Solid waste Management in the Deir al-Balah City: A study In Environmental Geography

Baroud, S.Naeem and Ajeen, A.Ramy (2012) Assessment of Solid waste Management in the Deir al-Balah City: A study In Environmental Geography. IUG journal of Humanities Research, 20 (2). pp. 641-667. ISSN ISSN 2410-3179

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The study addressed the solid waste in the city of Deir al-Balah in terms of quantity and quality, and the changes that have occurred during the past years, and the study focused on methods of collecting and transporting waste, and show that there are many Systems waste collection, and it fit with the land uses in the city. Also found that a large part of the city depends on the disposal of waste on the manual system in addition to the mobile container, while the other part depends on the constant container. The study shows that the manual collection system is the best for the disposal of household and commercial waste, which is less expensive and can access many internal parts, which reduces the environmental impact. The geographical distribution and spatial analysis of container shows that there is a shortage in the number and weakness in the distribution, which affected the operations of collection it shows the existence of areas without containers, which contributed to the decline in the efficiency of the container with the exception of the main roads. The study found many of the findings and recommendations ,including the need to increase reliance on mobile container collection system, and expand to compensate for the deficit, as well as the redistribution of containers to ensure more efficient and serve the population

Item Type: Article
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Geography
Depositing User: أ. رامي عبد الحي سالم ابو العجين
Date Deposited: 10 May 2018 07:11
Last Modified: 10 May 2018 07:11

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