Waste Management in Delta StateBioEnergy Consult
Waste management is a serious problem in Nigeria, and Delta State is no exception.It is a problem that starts at a cultural level: many of the populace believe that once they remove waste from their homes it is no longer their concern.
Solid waste management in Abuja, NigeriaScienceDirect
The National Protection Management of Solid and Hazardous Wastes Regulations of 1991. • The Pollution Abatement in Industries and Facilities Generating Waste Regulation of 1991. • The General Guidelines for Pollution Abatement in Industries 1991. The Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) is responsible for solid waste management in Abuja.
Waste Management: A Tool for Environmental
Waste Management: A Tool for Environmental Protection in Nigeria the low level of environmental awareness. According to Izeze (7), many of the cur-rent problems associated with waste dis-posal have resulted from increasing urban populations, rapid and haphazard industri-alization and inevitable increases in waste generation. Many municipal .
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYSTEM OF NIGERIANigeria Legal
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYSTEM OF NIGERIA . Federal Legislations; Environmental Law Cases; . National Environment Protection (Pollution Abatement in Industries and Facilities producing Waste) regulations, 1991 . Provides a legal framework for the protection and management of Nigeria’s wildlife especially species in danger of extinction.
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL AND
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN KANO METROPOLIS, NIGERIA A. W. Butu and S.S. Mshelia Department of Geography, Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna, Nigeria ABSTRACT: The paper examined the municipal solid waste disposal methods and the environmental issues associated with the management of solid waste in Kano Metropolis .
Solid Waste Management in NigeriaBioEnergy Consult
· Solid waste management is the most pressing environmental challenge faced by urban and rural areas of Nigeria. Nigeria, with population exceeding 170 million, is one of the largest producers of solid waste in Africa.
Environmental Protection in Nigeria: Two Decades After
This article appraises the post-Koko environmental protection laws in Nigeria, with a view to assessing environmental protection mechanisms in the country. In particular, the focus is on hazardous waste!O protection under the current dispensation. Part II will examine …
PROBLEMS OF DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT IN
3. Domestic Waste Management – The Problems in Nigeria Waste management simply means the collection, keeping, treatment and disposal of waste in such a way as to render then harmless to human and animal life, the ecology and environment generally. 15 It could also be said to be the organized and
Environmental Protection in Nigeria: Two Decades After the
· In addition, the government enacted the Harmful Waste (Special Criminal Provisions) Act, 1988, to deal specifically with illegal dumping of harmful waste. This article appraises the post-Koko environmental protection laws in Nigeria, with a view to assessing environmental protection mechanisms in the country.
E-waste in Lagos, Nigeria | EJAtlas
(8)Benedicta A. Ideho, E-WASTE MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA, Social and Public Policy Master’s Programme in Development and International Cooperation Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy University of Jyväskylä Finland Autumn, 2012 [click to view]
PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA
CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY. Solid waste management in Nigeria and Enugu State is a fundamental issue that must be addressed in order to achieve success. The problem of solid waste management is the deficient of appropriate and adequate policies plain legislation, and an environmentally stimulated and enlightens the public.
Waste Management: A Tool for Environmental Protection
In addition, regular organization of environmental seminars and workshops by government and industries both in the rural areas and cities would help to create environmental awareness and better waste-management strategies. Environmental management and protection should be a joint government/industry/community participatory program.
The Legal Framework for Solid Waste Disposal and
· The study examines the Kwara State Environmental Protection Agency Law, 1992 and other laws on waste disposal and management in Kwara State, Nigeria. The study also examines the regulations and the agency i.e. the Kwara State Environmental Protection Agency created by the law with a view to determine the inadequacies in the law.
Legal Framework for the Regulation of Waste in Nigeria
obtained with the risk of Environmental pollution. In Nigeria, there exist plethora of legislations covering entire range of laws, concerned with regulation, management and protection of the Environment. These laws touch on pollution of air, water, soil, food, waste management…
1. Environmental Policy and its Enforcement in Nigeria
1. Environmental Policy and its Enforcement in Nigeria . National Environmental Protection (Management of Solid and Hazardous . The Federal Capital Territory has issued the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (Solid Waste Control/Environmental Monitoring) Regulations 2005 also referred to as "the Abuja Environmental .
LEGAL ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION AND WASTE
To provide an overview of the legislative, regulatory and institutional mechanisms for environmental sanitation and waste management with a view to determining the nature and scope of the liability regime for violation of environmental regulations and standards related to public health protection and promotion of sound environmental sanitation .
Waste Management: A Tool for Environmental Protection in
Waste Management: A Tool for Environmental Protection in Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in AMBIO A Journal of the Human Environment 31(1):55-57 · February 2002 with 662 Reads DOI: 10.1579/0044 .
(PDF) Solid waste management in Abuja, Nigeria
PDF | The new city of Abuja provided an opportunity to avoid some of the environmental problems associated with other major cities in Africa. The current status of solid waste management in Abuja .
Waste Disposal Problems and Management in Ughelli,
Waste Disposal Problems and Management in Ughelli, Nigeria 5 nization, the provision of infrastructural facilities is not enough to serve the growing population. In effect, most of the available services are often overstretched and this has posed a serious problem to urban inhabitants . In fact the volume of waste, tend to grow with increasing
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS OF THE FEDERATION Law Nigeria
ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS OF THE FEDERATION OF NIGERIA [FCT/STATE] Customised and Up-to-date  PDFcompendium of the entire Laws of the Federation of Nigeria which is published in web-format on this website is available for a fee.
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE CHARACTERISTICS AND
waste management are to promote the quality of the urban environment, generate employment and income, and protect environmental health and support the efficiency and productivity of the economy. Solid waste management has emerged as one of the greatest challenges facing state and local government environmental protection agencies in Nigeria.
An Overview of Nigeria’s Regulatory ApproachELRI
An Overview of Nigeria’s Regulatory Approach Presentation made at the 2 –Day 1st Eko E-Waste Summit on the Regulation and Management of E-Waste in Nigeria 24 thto 25 February, 2011 By Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun, Ph.D Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies & Director, Environmental Law Research Institute E-mail: [email protected] 1
Characterization of Municipal Solid Waste in the
literature relating to municipal solid waste management. Step 2: The Abuja environmental and protection board (AEPB) the environmental agency workers, private contractors, residents and scavengers involved in municipal solid waste management were interviewed to update information in the document and records collected.
Waste Management in Contemporary Nigeria: The
Waste Management in Contemporary Nigeria: The Abuja Example Oyeniyi, Bukola Adeyemi doctoral candidate, Institute of History, University Leiden, the Netherlands. Abstract Environmental hazards of varying magnitude dangerously threaten human and animal lives in most urban centers in Nigeria.