Proposal for the Management of Solid Urban Waste Generated in Naranjillo, Capital of the District of Luyando, Perú

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To meet the objectives, the solid urban waste generated in Naranjillo is characterized and quantified and its adequate management is proposed. For this purpose, the methodology of the United Nations Urban Management Program, the calculation of the sanitary landfill through the guide for the design, construction, and operation of manual sanitary landfills, by Jorge Jaramillo, was used. The study determined 91.14% of usable solid waste and 8.86% of unusable solid waste whose final disposal should be in the sanitary landfill. 75.72% are organic waste that have the biological treatment in the composting plant; 15.42% of inorganic solid waste should be recycled through classification in the manual segregation plant, both components should enter the economic cycle. The volume of the landfill calculated until 2030 corresponds to 1555.80m 3 for a projected population of 4695 inhabitants in that year: with an urban solid waste production of 1575.86 Kg/day. The municipality of the district of Luyando by applying the proposed model of urban solid waste will improve the quality of life of its inhabitants by avoiding the contamination of water, soil, air, and the deterioration of the landscape.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
PublicaciónIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
EstadoPublicado - 2022

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