Solid Waste Management

The Human Race seems to have an extraordinary ability to produce waste. The more affluent we become the more wasteful we become. Earth as a space ship has only a finite ability to absorb this waste and this limit, in the opinion of some, has been reached. The Heal Group in its field has made its best endeavours to reduce, where possible,  the size and volume of its waste and to produce a re-usable bi-product if at all possible.

All nonhazardous solid waste from a community that requires collection and transport to a processing or disposal site is called refuse or solid waste. Refuse includes garbage and rubbish. Garbage is mostly decomposable food waste; rubbish is mostly dry material such as glass, paper, cloth, or wood.

There are multiple forms of established waste treatment technologies available today and some of these include composting, incineration, anaerobic digestion and many more.