• Suhas Ballal


This paper adds to the discussion on the position of informal economy throughout solid waste management through analyzing the efficacy of informal industry's solid waste management activities in turning waste through non-waste throughout the region. Study on solid waste management throughout the informal economy has shown that major volumes of waste are created, signaling improper material efficiency in industries, particularly within food market region where larger amounts of biodegradable resources and vegetable waste remain produced and discarded of carelessly. The key purpose of the research was to explore the causes and effects with solid waste management activities on environment with human health.The key finding of the comprehensive literature study is that proof of detrimental health effects for the wider populace located close landfills, power plants, recycling sites including nuclear plants is largely inadequate and unclear. In order to increase the consistency and utility of epidemiological trials applicable to communities living in regions where waste treatment facilities are situated or expected, priority should be provided to controlled trials with adequate predictive capacity, with accessibility to human intervention exposure assessments and accompanied by evidence on biomarkers for health effects and biomarkers for susceptibility..