The waste collectors also collect waste from the community bins and disposed them into the SDSs. Dhaka City Corporation assigned more than 8000 city cleaner and about 5000 waste collectors to collect waste per day (Tania, 2014; DCC, 2004), in Chittagong city, about 2034 workers are involved in waste collection from more than 1400 SDSs (Das et al., 2015), Khulna City Corporation collects wastes from 1200 roadside city corporation masonry bins (Ahsan et al., 2009), Rajshahi City
presently, there are 200,000 of these communities in the world, according to the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, most of these communities are in and around cities, and their number is increasing exponentially. Even before the economic crisis which is observed in 2008, about 33% of all city population live in slums, slums which will expand its size by one billion more people within the next twenty years. (International Business Times 10/2014) Although 90 percent of the world's informal settlements are in developing countries like India and Brazil, they spread in whole world and also in European countries and largest American cities. In India ,during British colonialism cities were segmented into blocks, wards and colonies, whereby people belonging to similar socio economic conditions, when come to these cities they live together in the segment to which their socio economic condition
Recycling is a major aspect of continued aluminium use, as more than a third of all the alu¬minium currently produced globally originates from old, traded and new scrap (International Aluminium Institute, 2009). According to Friedrich, South Africa has five primary carbon steel producers (of which ArcelorMittal is the largest) and one primary stainless steel producer. Steel used for packaging represented about 5% (256 744 tonnes of the total 5 336 888 tonnes) of the total steel sales in the country in 2010 (Friedrich, 2013). For waste management of metals the direct emissions cover onsite operation processes taking place at the material recovery facility (MRF), and the indirect emissions cover processes upstream and downstream which are affected by the operations at the MRF. For the management of recovered steel and aluminium, as for many other operations, the GHG emissions are strongly connected to the energy conditions.
In the USA, Wal-Mart, the world’s leading retail chain has about 8 per cent share amounts to USD 2,350 billion. Similarly, in the UK market, TESCO has a market share of 13 per cent amounts to USD 406 billion. Globally, the main value propositions that most of the retailers use are low-price, ‘all-under-one-roof’ convenience and ‘neighborhood’ availability. The modern retail gives the benefits of increased productivity, economic growth, capital investment, job creation and exports. The global retail industry employs more than 150 million people and contributes about 9 per cent to Global GDP directly and another 20 per cent indirectly.
Kg.Dusun Kubur is one of Orang Asli village in Jelebu and about 26.6 km from Jelebu town. 7.2 Research design A self-administrated questionnaire will use to assess awareness and practices towards the solid waste management of Orang Asli community. 7.3 Instrument The questionnaire consist 25 items and distributed into three dimensions: in section A is demography of the communities (5 items), section B is awareness of waste management (10 items), and section C is practices toward solid waste management (10 items). 7.4 Population and sample Total population in Kg.Dusun Kubur, Jelebu Negeri Sembilan is about 300 peoples. According to Krejcie Morgan table, total sample for 300 populations are 169 samples.
These firms include General ' Motors, Diageo plc, Unilever, British American Tobacco, LaFarge ltd, and Coca-cola whose local subsidiaries are GM-East Africa, EABL, Unilever EA, BAT east Africa, Bamburi cement and Nairobi bottlers respectively. Together these firms have a combined net worth of over $2bn and employ thousands of employees. Positive role played by FDI in Kenya 's manufacturing sector FDI may help a host country break out of a vicious cycle of underdevelopment. Here the potential host is trapped in a poverty-laden equilibrium: low levels of productivity, lead to low wages, which lead to low levels of saving, which in turn lead to levels of investment and perpetuate low levels of productivity. FDI has gone some way in breaking this cycle/in the Kenya by; • Complementing local savings and supplying more effective management, marketing and
Nearly 8% of industries in the country are located around Mumbai in four large industrial clusters namely, Trans Thane-Belapur belt, Kalyan-Ulhasnagar-Ambarnath belt, western bank of Thane Creek and around Patalganga and Amba Rivers. Evidently, Ulhas, Patalganga and Amba rivers as well as Thane Creek are the recipients of a variety of wastes (Zingde
DELIVERABLE # O2 TEXTILE INDUSTRY One of the most largest manufacturing industry of Pakistan is the textile industry in Pakistan. After employment textile industry, has traditionally that one industry after agriculture which creates largest number of employment for skilled and unskilled labors. So the textile industry comes under the second largest employment producing sectors in Pakistan. It is the eighth largest exporter in Asia of textile products. It provides employment to almost 15 million people and 30% of the workforce of Pakistan and it contributes in GPA of Pakistan to 8.5%.
1. INTRODUCTION A report by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) highlighted the growing worldwide importance of urban farming. According to this report, one seventh of the world 's food supply is grown in cities and there are some 800 million urban farmers globally. The majority of them are found in Asian and African cities. Of these, 200 million are considered to be market producers, employing 150 million people on a full time basis (UNDP 1996).
Annual production/Size of industry: The production capacity is 60MT and output per annum is 8000 crore to the FMCG industry. India is ranked 3rd after US and china in terms of biscuit production. Marketing: The distribution chain in biscuit industry is carried out through vast dealers, wholesalers and retail chain networks throughout the country. Aggregate market factors Market Size Biscuit industry is the one of the largest food industries in India with an yearly revenue generation of about Rs 3010 billion and per