Waste Management and Disposal

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Concentrated visitor activity in mountain areas generates significant amounts of both solid waste and wastewater, which can pollute water and soil through improper storage and disposal. Solid waste can build up from food and beverage consumption and the disposal of used packaging, supplies and equipment.

Projects that minimize trash generation and help ensure responsible disposal of both rubbish and human waste are encouraged in this category.

Note: The introductory paragraph is taken directly from UNEP. (2007).
Mountains: A Practical Guide to Managing the Environmental and Social Impacts of Mountain Tours.


Waste Management and Disposal Projects

If you like a project and want to support it, please click on the project page and donate directly.

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