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Impact of the Ring Road solid waste disposal facility in Ibadan, Nigeria

Femi Olokesusi

Impact of the Ring Road solid waste disposal facility in Ibadan, Nigeria

by Femi Olokesusi

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Published by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) in Ibadan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Ibadan.
    • Subjects:
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria -- Ibadan.,
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Environmental aspects -- Nigeria -- Ibadan.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [48]-51).

      StatementFemi Olokesusi.
      SeriesNISER monograph series ;, no. 3, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, 1994, no. 3.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4485.N62 I226 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination51 p. :
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL878582M
      ISBN 109781810173
      LC Control Number95165671
      OCLC/WorldCa32886097

      Solid waste disposal may result in soil pollution with implications for groundwater quality. The impact of waste disposal on soil quality of the Aba-Eku dumpsite, Ibadan, Nigeria was studied at five depths in the profile. Soil samples were collected bi-monthly over a month period at three sub-sites: Waste Dump Area (WDA), Leachate Lagoon. Status of medical waste management in Ibadan There is no current formal policy to regulate the generation and management of medical waste in Nigeria. In fact, the National Waste Management Policy embodied in the National Policy on the Environment (NPE), formulated in , and revised in , only alludes to hazardous waste and does not even Cited by:

      Search Results. Start Over. Impact of the Ring Road solid waste disposal facility in Ibadan, Nigeria. Publication Details; Availability; Add to folder. Author: Olokesusi, Femi Published: Ibadan: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, c Language: English ISBN. various solid waste management systems in Nigeria as the streets experience continual presence of solid waste from commercial activities (Geoffrey, ). The effect of uncontrolled solid waste, as environmental contaminants, is not limited to human life but its effect is significantly observed on property value and life span.

      | 5 contents executive summary 10 i. introduction 23 • context and objectives of the study 23 • expectations from this study 24 II. methodology 25 III. general information about ibadan 27 • administration and demographics 28 IV. the legal and institutional framework related to solid waste management 29 • federal level 29 • oyo state level / ibadan 30 - the oyo state ministry of File Size: 2MB. WASTE MANAGEMENT IN IBADAN METROPOLISES, NIGERIA. Omole, F. K and Alakinde, M. K Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Federal University of Technology, P.M.B Akure, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected] MANAGING THE UNWANTED MATERIALS:THE AGONY OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN IBADAN METROPOLISES, NIGERIA. AbstractCited by: 2.


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Impact Assessment of Soil Quality in Relation to Solid Waste Management in Ibadan, Nigeria 1Aboho S.Y., 2Oniawa P.C. and 1Anhwange B.A. 1Department of Chemistry, Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria 2Department of Chemistry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria Abstract Solid wastes generated over most part of Ibadan City are dumped into the.

Impact of the Ring Road solid waste disposal facility in Ibadan, Niger. A lack of proper enforcement for solid waste disposal leads to pollution and further decay of Ibadan’s roadways.

Photo credit: Ivan Bruce. Solid waste management has been a compounding issue for several decades in Ibadan, leading to communities being unwilling to pay for waste collection.

the dangers of improper disposal of solid waste that is rampant in our cities. Ubani () notes that in almost cities and rural areas in Nigeria, the menace of solid waste have posed great environmental problems due to the inability of the solid waste management agencies to carry out their responsibility.

THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA THE EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ON WASTE DISPOSAL IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF CUDA) ABSTRACT The research provides a conceptual and theoretical study on the effect of waste management practice on waste disposal in analyzes the concept of waste and waste.

that municipal waste management problems in Nigeria cut across concern for human health, air and water and land pollution among others. Adewole () argues that continuous indiscriminate disposal of municipal solid waste is accelerating and is linked to poverty, poor governance,File Size: 1MB.

PDF | On Jan 1,Aboho S.Y and others published Impact Assessment of Soil Quality in Relation to Solid Waste Management in Ibadan Nigeria | Find, read and cite all the research you need on. The effect of the municipal solid waste landfill a Ring Road Ibadan on the quality of the underground water in the surrounding area and adjacent surface water was investigated.

Samples of water from these sources were analyzed for the following physico-chemical parameters: Ph, conductivity, total solid, dissolved solid, suspended solid, total hardness, chloride, phosphate, sulphate phenol Cited by: The effect of the municipal solid waste landfill a Ring Road Ibadan on the quality of the underground water in the surrounding area and adjacent surface water was investigated.

ineffective and dangerous waste management habits of people in Ibadan via an integrated waste management project in the metropolis. Keywords: waste management, urban space, habit, holistic approach, ethnography, Ibadan, Nigeria. The Journal of.

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An assessment of the socio-economic factors that affect solid waste generation and disposal in Ibadan is of great importance in order to safeguard the city from various problems that could emanate from improper solid waste management.

The consequences of solid waste management problem are that urban streets, streamsFile Size: 34KB. The Impact of the Ring Road Solid Waste Disposal Facility in Ibadan, Nigeria.

Final Report of the Individual Research Report, NISER, Ibadan. Onibokun, A.G. An Appraisal of Environmental Sanitation Quality in Nigerian Communities. MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND THE ROLE OF WASTE-PICKERS IN NIGERIA Michael S.

Awopetu1, Ronke G. Awopetu2*, Esther D. Sample3, Akinwale O. Coker1 Olufiropo S. Awokola4, Michael A. Fullen5, Colin A. Booth6 and F.N. Hammond7 1Department of Civil Engineering, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, [email protected] [email protected] Size: 1MB. PDF | The Impact of solid waste disposal at the Ring Road district of Ibadan metropolis, southwestern Nigeria, on the adjoining surface and ground-water | Find, read and cite all the research.

Economic Attitudes and Responses to Waste Facilities Location in Residential Areas: The Case of Landfills in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria F.B. Olorunfemi. Abstract- Major landuse issues in solid waste management have been most frequently associated with the stigma of having a major solid waste facility in the neighbourhood.

From the foregoing, a waste disposal or a waste disposal unit is therefore the act of taking away a disused waste. This could be, in a kitchen sink, a small machine that chops up vegetable waste.

Or in a society, a unit, usually part of a local government, that oversees the elimination or a proper disposal of Size: KB. challenge of solid waste management has been a growing concern for government, environmentalist and communities at large, thus preoccupying the urban man.

Effort by the Oyo State Government in managing the collection and disposal of solid waste generated in Ibadan is seen in the provision of Skip bins at specificCited by: 2.() focused on Domestic Waste Management Problems in Abuja Municipal Council.

Also, Jemide () concentrated on Solid Waste Collection and Disposal using Tudun Wada as a Case Study while Fawa (), researched on the Environmental Implication of Indiscriminate Waste Disposal: A Case Study of Ringim Town, Jigawa State. Analysis of theFile Size: KB.Solid waste management is the most pressing environmental challenge faced by urban and rural areas of Nigeria.

Nigeria, with population exceeding million, is one of the largest producers of solid waste in Africa. Despite a host of policies and regulations, solid waste management in the country is assuming alarming proportions with each.