Waste management in developing countries

Waste management in developing countries poses unique challenges and requires tailored approaches to address the specific conditions and constraints present in these regions. Unlike developed countries, developing nations often face limited resources, inadequate infrastructure, and rapid urbanization, which can exacerbate the waste management crisis. One of the key importance of waste management in developing countries is the protection of public health and the environment. Inadequate waste management practices can lead to the spread of diseases, water contamination, air pollution, and environmental degradation.

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