Waste Management and Collaborative Recycling: An SDG Analysis for a Circular Economy
The designated proposal has been a rather globally developing topic and factually alarming according to opined and definitive sources as mentioned in my final submission. Primary sources have indicated and formulated a sharp rise in the global waste produce by 70 per cent nearing 2049, along with clogging waterways, drainage passages and damaging waste-transporting infrastructure. Consolidated efforts which are necessary, certain factual implementations are also further mentioned in the submission, citing primary authorities. The collaborative recycling factor being as important as the pummeling of action which, is attributed according to how vicarious liability flows within an organization, contributing to how the most waste producing countries should take charge by coming together and joining forces. This submission also outlines and draws out how organizational-level responsibility must be implemented while accounting and moving forward with responsible waste management. It also highlights Properly disposing waste along with organic solid waste management programs which will work both ways, in the first way, it will help in supporting major waste producing countries through elemental waste reduction and recycling programs, and in the second way, help in educating the uneducated sections of the society on how to properly minimize food waste. Paving smooth budgetary transitions through recycled material and in turn, creating a circular economy which would fund itself, in a glacial but an efficient pace, thus, powering various global waste management.
Keywords: recycling, sustainable development, waste, disposal, impact, utensils, biodegradable, clay, plastic, bricks