Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies

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EISSN : 2582-3132
Total articles ≅ 5

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Kazi Zayed
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies, Volume 7, pp 18-24;

Bosnia Herzegovina had experienced some significant events of its history during the Bosnian War. Bosnia Herzegovina was one of the epicenters of devastating war causing severe damage and casualties. In Mostar, the conflict scenario was particular during the “siege of Mostar” in 1992 and then again later in 1993 to 1994. Mostar landfill was used as a prominent dump-yard of martyrs during the war. After the historic event, Mostar has still to face many difficulties in the field of environmental management. The landfill is one of the most important sanitary landfills in Bosnia Herzegovina and holds the tearing memories of the war. At the same time, it holds both the memories of mass murders and its significance as an urban utility. Waste management is one of the primary ecological issues in post conflict areas. Due to the war affected situations and political unstable settings, environmental crisis becomes eminent. The notion of this research is to develop a probable design structure to integrate an urban utility (Landfill) and post conflict emotional correspondence. Phenomenological Qualitative research methodology was used to figure out the bridges between these two discrete phenomena.
Kazi Zayed
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies, Volume 7, pp 10-17;

Mango is viewed as the ruler of organic products in Bangladesh. It is seen as the most popular fruit in this region. Regardless of being just a regular organic product accessible for three months out of the year, the nation's million-dollar mango area is developing around 4 percent every year with development rates in the southern delta as high as 20 percent. Mango makers in the south appreciate a near favorable position by developing early-regular assortments and offering them available when costs are at their most elevated. While purchaser interest for mangoes keeps on being solid, there are challenges in reacting to advertise progression and purchaser inclinations. This is clear from the poor reaction by producers to the risk postured by the hazardous utilization of chemicals and maturing operators. Buyers fear eating mangoes matured falsely with calcium carbide since it ruins the nature of the foods grown from the ground perilous to well-being. This research tries to see farming through the lens of a specific framework. DPSIR framework is applied in mango farming to make the background actors visible and interconnections between all the components of this farming. The framework will lead us to the responses we should do to increase and develop the yield of farming.
Mradul Pandey, Vijayant Pandey
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies, Volume 7, pp 1-6;

The day by day increase in the traffic in the country like India has to lead to a need for very good quality pavement, one of the most widely used pavements in India is flexible pavement but the conventional flexible pavement used has some problems in it such as rutting, potholes, etc. on the other hand waste disposal is also a problem in India waste such as plastic, coconut, coconut fibre, etc. these are some of the most common waste found in India. To deal with both the problems, the use of this waste in bituminous mix construction will improve the quality of pavement and also solves the problem of the disposal of this waste. This paper gives a review on the use of materials like coconut fibre, shell, and plastic waste in flexible pavement and also suggests some waste materials to incorporate into the mix.
Haruna I. U., Kabir M., Yalo S. G., Muhammad A., Ibrahim A. S.
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies, Volume 7, pp 23-30;

Tanning industries have been so important since ancient times because it helps to produce essential goods such as garment and footwear. However, these industries have been polluting the environment, so there was a need for investigations, observations, and analysis by researchers for better management and environmental sustainability. In this study, solid wastes from tanning industries in Kano State, Nigeria were quantitatively analyzed. Both questionnaires and physical measurements were used in the Bompai, Sharada, and Challawa industrial areas. The average weight of raw skin was 0.96 kg and the generation rate was 27.5% of the total weight of processed skin. It was found that 85% of the generated waste was organic, while only 15% was inorganic. The peak season for a solid waste generation was the holy season of the Muslim-majority communities, known as "Eid al-Adha", (10th-13th Zulhajj of the lunar calendar). While the off-peak generation season was during the rainy season, generated solid wastes from the tanning industries could have the potential for sustainable utilization in terms of renewable energy generation and some agricultural applications. It was therefore recommended that future researches should analyze the potentiality of these industries for the benefit of Kano State.
Pragati Kanaujiya, Devendra Dohare, Khyati Kanaujiya
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Studies, Volume 6;

Population boom and excessive resource consumption lead to increased waste generation rate, which in turn requires faster and better ways of handling wastes. Composting has been one of the popular conventional methods of managing organic wastes. Black soldier fly is one of the alternative ways to effectively manage the wastes, without any hassle, while maintaining the economy and leaving a lesser carbon footprint in the atmosphere. This paper presents a concise yet to the point review on the black soldier fly and composting with it. It gives an account of different cases where the larvae are used in degrading wastes. Thus, the present study emphasizes the huge potential of the use of larvae in dealing with organic wastes and also imposes on the added perks and benefits.
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