The river also collects waste matter
from sugar refineries, distilleries, pulp and paper mills, and tanneries, apart from contaminated agricultural runoff from the rice bowl of Northern India.
Preliminary studies have indicated that Saudi Arabia currently recycles around 10 per cent of waste matter
, with 90 per cent disposed through landfill sites, causing damage to the environment, and not making full use of the potential of recyclable materials, a Saudi Press Agency (SPA) report said.
Preliminary studies have indicated that the Kingdom currently recycles around 10 percent of recyclable waste matter
, with 90 percent disposed through landfill sites, causing damage to the environment.
A balanced diet stops the build-up of waste matter
and, in turn, of tartar.
The waste matter
, which is secreted with sweat, has to be removed by daily washing to eliminate odor and feel fresh and clean.
This includes any waste matter
, including what they find in toilets.
5 million cubic feet of the waste matter
flattened everything in its path - claiming the lives of 144 people - 116 of them children.
The board has also recommended that all the factories discharging industrial effluents should transmit online data of their waste matter
quality to pollution control boards both at the Centre and state.
Biological and thermal technologies used to convert waste matter
into different forms of fuel that can be used to supply energy.
At best this waste matter
is used as animal feed, but adequate ways to manage the huge volume of citrus waste are required.
Wellenberger said when visiting groups arrive at the center, a volunteer guides them on a detailed tour during which they are shown how wind, sun and water, and even waste matter
, can be recycled.
All of this becomes organic waste matter
, much of which can be turned into rich crumbly compost to feed our soil and garden plants.