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Electronic waste (E-waste) is the result of obsolete electronic devices such as computers and mobile phones. E-waste isneeds to be distinct from other forms of industrial waste chemically and physically; it contains both valuable and hazardous materials and causes harm to environment and human health whenwithout the use of special handling and recycling method are not used (Robinson 2009, p.184). Rapid changes in technology, poor coordination between new software and existing hardware, and the...
In its list of recommendations to combat illegal dumping of E-waste, the Basel Action Network urges governments to pressure manufacturers to remove toxic chemicals from products as soon as possible. BAN also calls on strict enforcement of the Basel Convention[1]and lauds Australia for its efforts in that regard.In Australia, it requires full testing of electronic waste to certify that it complies with the Basel Convention before it is exported. The BAN report on dumping in Lagos calls the U.S....
Thesis Statement: With non-renewable resources of energy being consumed at a very rapid rate, sustainability of energy has become the need of the hour. In the current context of meeting the global energy demands, nuclear energy meets every reasonable criterion for sustainability. The increase in the concerns about the harmful side-effects of global warming, coupled with a faster dwindling of the conventional sources of energy, have led to a renewed interest in nuclear energy. After the Cold...
In this modern century that brings to a new era, water scarcity is in a critical condition world widely. The deficiency of water resources has increasingly restrained the economic development and social progress, and widespread water pollution has further complicated the situation and threatened ecological integrity in recent decades, especially in developing countries (Buena and Riffat et.,al 2007). Due to Jammel and Hussain, the increasingly of quantity of municipal sewage and industrial...
Ever since the dawn of the nuclear era in the 20th century, nuclear power possibilities have been one of the most intriguing aspects of molecular physics known to man. This is due to its complexities and almost limitless possibilities as well as its relatively neutral environmental impact.All technologies have to be constantly upgraded and developed to meet continuously changing needs. Nuclear power is no exception as new and improved supporting technologies pave the way for the upgrading and...
Research said that US will be facing energy shortage in the near future due to increase of population.Reference show that US with 4.7 of world's population, US consume around 25 of the total fossil fuel in the world per year. US are now imports 25 of its total fossil fuel.Local fossil fuel rapidly depleted these days.Less than few decades base on its usage pattern, US will have to use renewable energy to overcome some of their energy usage as an alternative method.Fossil oil will estimate to...
This topic aims to introduce logisticians to green logistics and encourage them to think in 'green' terms, to highlight the challenges and to indicate some advantages of thinking 'green' in organizations. It is not intended to answer all the questions or solve all the problems that surround green logistics in the humanitarian space, but to set precedence.Some companies give the preference to public interest and increase the profit as well. There is a very strong relationship in improvement in...
Spectral response of various materials across different wavelengths was investigated using the single beam technique of ASD Field spectroradiometer. This instrument compares the reflected radiation emitted from a material with the incident radiation falling on the same material to establish the reflectance factor between the wavelengths of 350 nm and 2500 nm. Results revealed significant variation between the values of reflectance factor obtained using the solar radiation and the controlled...
Rain-fed agriculture, which uses infiltrated rainfall that forms soil moisture in the root zone (the so-called Green Water resource) plays and will continue to play a crucial and dominant role in providing food and livelihoods for an increasing Sub-Saharan African (SSA) population (FAO, 2008). The world's semi-arid and dry sub-humid savannah and steppe regions could be viewed as global hotspots, in terms of water related constraints to food production, high prevalence of malnourishment and...
The impact of pesticide micro flora in wetland soils depends on their persistence, the concentrations attained in the environment, and synergistic/antagonistic effects among pesticides and between pesticides and fertilizers. In rice fields, pesticides can be sprayed, applied in the floodwater, incorporated into the soil, or used for dipping rice seedling at transplanting. The different methods can induce significant differences in pesticide behavior. However, because of the presence of...