Environment, Health and Wealth Issues of Municipal Solid Waste, Management in Southwest Nigeria: The Example of Ota, Ogun State
One of the observable impacts of rapidly growing urbanization and economic development in emerging cities is witnessed in the form of heaps of municipal solid waste (MSW). Current estimates in Nigeria reveals an annual solid waste generation of 25 million tones with an urban growth exceeding 6.5% per annum. The generation rate of municipal solid wastes in Ota metropolis, Ogun State, Nigeria,...
Published at : Proceedings, International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA) 22nd IBIMA Conference “Creating Global Competitive Economies – 2020 Vision Planning and Implementation” 13 – 14 November 2013, Rome, Italy.
Published in 2013
David O. Olukanni, Anthony N. Ede, Isaac. I. Akinwumi and Kolawole O. Ajanaku
Ede Anthony N. » Anthony N. Ede, PhD, is a Covenant University Associate Professor of Structures and Materials. Immediate past Head of Department (2017-2019). Has been the College of Engineering Examination Officer from 2014-2017. Dr. Ede has a Laurea (combined BSc and MSC) in Civil Engineering with specialization in Structures from the “Alma Mater Studiorum” University of Bologna, Italy, in 2001. He... view full profile
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