A Survey on Solid Waste Management in Tamilnadu by Using Sampling Techniques


R. Deepa,T.Surendiran,V.Sankar,




Chi-square test,solid wastages,sampling techniques,


With rapid growth of population and avaricious attitude of industries and residents are generated huge amount of solid and E-wastages which causes an Environment and lands at high level. Due to these solid wastages, the health issues of people are uncontrolled and it become a big task to the government.. In this paper, we analyze the generation of solid wastages in and around Tamil nadu by using sampling techniques.


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