Dumping sites of our towns: which way to go?

Dumping sites of our towns: which way to go?

The huge population being seen in the towns and cities has posed great challenges to the city,town council teams in providing all social amenities that is expected. Households are churning out alot of refuse which the councils try and collect to keep the towns clean.The amount of refuse being collected from the households and firms that operate in the towns is increasing and the dump-sites growing with each day and in turn wrecking havoc to the environment. There is need for town planners to re-look at how rubbish being collected is destroyed without degrading the environment.In Kenya, the capital city has had the worst nightmare with some of its' major dumping ground posing as health risk to the people living close by. Maybe it is time that the newest capital of the world visited this site and learn from it before it gets sucked in a similar situation.

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