Eminent Editorial Board Members

Bilal Ahmad Bhat
India
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal
Mohammad Lutfor Rahman
BANGLADESH
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal
Kaveh Ostad-Ali-Askari
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal
Sanjay Kumar Shukla
India
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer
India
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal
Rouzbeh Nazari
UNITED STATES
Journal of Waste Management and Disposal

Waste management is the collection, transportation, and disposal of garbage by treating, sewage and other waste substances. Journal of Waste Management and Disposal (JWMD) is an open-access peer-reviewed journal strives to present a mix of subject matter that will best serve to help the reader understand the entire problem.

The journal is dedicated to publishing articles on solid wastes, waste products, sludge’s, special wastes and advanced techniques adapted to deal with the Environmental effects and problems. JWMD also focus on submission related to the environmental effects of hazardous, radioactive, industrial and municipal solid wastes.

RECENT ARTICLES
Waste Management Using Multicriteria Population-Based Simulation-Optimization Algorithms
When resolving waste management (WM) planning problems, it is often preferable to construct a number of quantifiably good alternatives that provide multiple, disparate perspectives. This is because solid waste planning generally involves complicated ...
Assessment of Hospital Liquid Waste Management in Public and Private Hospitals in Tamale Metropolis, Ghana
In developing countries, hospital liquid waste management is an issue of major concern. The main objective of this study was to assess the types and current management practices of hospital liquid waste in public hospitals and private hospitals: one ...
Assessment of Waste Generation and Sanitation Strategies for Sustainable Environmental Management in Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria
The manuscript assessed waste generation and sanitation strategies with a view to establishing quality sanitation control for sustainable environmental management in the study area through questionnaire and secondary data using the methods of systema...
Characterization and Environmental Assessment of Leachates Generated Around Solid Waste Disposal Sites in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
In this study, the leachate characterization is defined from different dumpsites in some parts of Port Harcourt, namely Choba, Igwuruta and Rumuomei....
Case Studies on Environmental Management Strategies and Linkage with Waste Management Hierarchy: A Review
This paper is concerned with a review on various approaches of waste management since pre-industrial period (before 1960’s) up to date. During pre-industrial period, the waste produced from different sources was not beyond the carrying capacity of ...
Perceptive Response on Solid Waste Management and Willingness to Pay at Bhairahawa and Butwal, Nepal
Majority of cities of Nepal including Bhairahawa and Butwal are facing serious problems in managing municipal wastes. It is seriously constrained by budgetary problems and other managerial aspects. In this regard, this study was designed to record th...
Environment and Development: Biomass for Future
Majority of cities of Nepal including Bhairahawa and Butwal are facing serious problems in managing municipal wastes. It is seriously constrained by budgetary problems and other managerial aspects. In this regard, this study was designed to record th...
Implementation of Integrated Solid Waste Management through Public Private Partnership in Dehradun Town
Dehradun has seen huge rise of urban population in the recent years and consequently rise in the urban waste also. The population of Dehradun was 1.69 million in 2011 whereas it was 1.28 million in 2001 therefore there has been around 32% increase in...
Briquette from Coffee Husk
In Ethiopia, to about 3,300,000 tons of surplus coffee, cotton, wheat and barley residues are produced annually though not all are economically accessible; Even the much-reduced figure of those residues which arise from centralized state-farms, put a...
Unison to Post-modernism or a Risky Radicalized Approach? Environmental Citizenship for Waste Management as a Reflex of Identity Claims in Wolkite Town
If waste is to be managed properly in alignment with the grand republican definitions of environmental citizenship, the citizen as an “I” and “We” have to be re-imagined and re-defined in the turbulent identity quests that are challenging the...