The term "waste management" refers to all the different ways trash can be taken care of and thrown away. Wastes can be thrown away, destroyed, processed, recycled, used again, or kept under control. The main goals of waste management are to cut down on trash and avoid possible health and environmental risks.
Some of the jobs are to collect, watch, control, and get rid of the trash. A lot of the time, the local government picks up trash for free. The trash that is collected is thrown away in different ways, such as by burning it or packing it down in a landfill.
In particular, solid waste is burned to make gas, steam, ash, and heat while reducing its volume by 80 to 95 percent. Air pollution is a problem when trash is burned to get rid of it. So, it's best to use other methods like recycling, reprocessing, and reusing.
Organic waste, especially biodegradable waste, is left to break down so that it can be used as mulch or compost in farming. Methane gas is also collected from the decaying organisms and used to heat and make energy.