Waste Management - Nairobi (Kenya)

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Waste Management - Nairobi (Kenya)

Waste Management - Nairobi (Kenya)

Student Number: U0737920

Model Leader: Meera Tiwari

Seminar Tutor: David Hyde


This paper looks into answer How Rubbish waste can be made as an Enterprise and create Enterpriship that is beneficial to both the society and Environment in Nairobi? Thus paper will also explore alternatives on how to make waste management more effective by making it into business creating jobs and transforming something so dangerous to be beneficial whilst promoting climate Change. Climate change practical solution on Waste management whilst creating entrepreneurs and enterprise Trash is Cash waste is a waste mine instead of gold

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction4


The definition and Key5

Research Question6




Chapter Two: Literature Review12

Chapter Three: Research Methodology23

Chapter Four: Analysis and Discussion27

Chapter Four: Conclusions53


Research proposal

Will consider the experiences and challenges on alternative waste management will compare case studies in Nairobi and in India and do analyses what is the long term and short term impact and effect on the environment

This research intends to explore how alterative waste management technology can be implement , facilitated , monitored to transform waste into money, fertilizer ,compost ,gas ,electricity and heat. Is this an enterprise that can create enterperurship that create employment and business by solving the social need of disposing domestic, animal and plant waste?

How has India implemented the alternative waste management and what can the government of Kenya learn from India what are the morality rate? Which disease is spread due to lack of proper waste management?

What are the waste disposable methods of waste that are in place? Is there sanitation and infrastructure in place and how does it affect the community and the environment

Waste is particular toxic and dangerous after being left to decompose and if not disposed properly it can cause damage to the soil, water and air from the landfill that the waste is damped causing pollution , disease such as diarrhoea ,TB ,typhoid and malaria that are soil ,water, and air borne. This will be examine ,investigate and explore what has been done and what is being done now what is important to the community what are the challenges facing them what's being put in place as solutions in the end the reader should have an understanding of the effect and consequences of waste management and increase awareness of sustainable energy and the advantage of creating jobs by recollecting ,recycling ,reusing and reducing waste to constructive and beneficial product. As well as compact climate change

Background the Study of Context

In the 1970s and 1980s, Nairobi, the commercial and communications hub of East and Central Africa was famously known as the 'The Green City in the Sun'. Magnificent skyscrapers, salubrious suburbs, forested parklands and arteries of well-landscaped boulevards characterized the City. Nairobi's present image, by and large, stands in marked contrast to its former self. For example, today, Nairobi is littered with some rather 'beautiful flowers'. These are not the kind of flowers that Teresa Sapieha wrote about when she observed that “The beauty and almost infinite variety ...
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