What Are the Effects of Solid Waste Management?

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The common effect of solid waste management is the failure to eliminate pathogenic agents. The failure to immobilise heavy metals by landfill contractors and operators on the basis of waste is also another effect. Solid waste management deals with the way resources are used in the deposition of materials.
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