Disposing of wastes

Enabling adequate waste disposal
Managing wastes
Shipping waste
Disposing of hazardous waste
Building waste disposal system
Designing waste disposal areas
Disposing of industrial wastes
Disposing of local sewer wastes
Applying hygienic waste disposal
Disposing of waste in salt mines
Providing emergency waste disposal
Scheduling accumulated waste disposal
Supporting appropriate sewage disposal
Using surface disposal sites for wastes
Developing solid waste disposal technologies
Ensuring safe management of radioactive wastes
Expanding waste collection and disposal services
Ensuring full cost recovery from waste generators
Regulating transboundary movement and disposal of waste
Reporting on key aspects of waste management and disposal
Developing methods for permanent disposal of nuclear waste
Investing part of waste disposal cost in waste minimization
Preparing environmental guidelines for safe discharge of waste
Developing plans for the management and disposal of human waste
Providing training on low-cost waste collection and disposal options
Urging countries to dispose of their own waste in their own territory
Strengthening information networks on innovative waste disposal methods
Returning radioactive waste to the supplier for safe storage or disposal
Training in pollution control, waste treatment and disposal technologies
Researching safe management and disposal of high-level radioactive waste
Conducting research on critical problems of waste management and disposal
Applying measures for waste disposal costs to be paid by the waste generators
Transferring technology for safe management and disposal of radioactive waste
Establishing international clearing house for information on waste management and disposal
Combining treatment/disposal facilities for hazardous waste in small and medium-sized enterprises
Storing wastes
Societal Problems Waste
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy