AUTOMATIC WASTE SEGREGATION MACHINE

  • Juhi Pandey, Vivek Kumar Patel, Shahnawaz Ansari, Baljeet Kumar, Vikas Singh Tiwari

Abstract

The rapid growth in the population has also led to the surge in the volume of waste being generated on a daily basis. This increase in the generation of waste due to continuous growth in the urbanization and industrialization has become a severe problem for the local and the national government. It is also posing a serious problem for the local authorities to manage the wastes being dumped everywhere as landfill. To ensure the minimal risk to the environment and human health, it is necessary to take meticulous measures when segregating and transporting waste. Segregation of waste in a proper manner brings to the limelight actual economic value of the waste. The traditional method used for segregating of waste in India is through rag pickers which are time-consuming and can have adverse effects on the health of the people who are exposed to such wastes. Here we propose the use of an Auto Waste Segregator (AWS) which is cheap and also an easy to use solution for segregation of household waste. It is designed to segregate the waste into three categories viz. metallic, dry and wet waste. The system makes use of moisture sensor for the segregation of wet and dry waste and inductive proximity sensor for the detection of metallic waste and an LCD display for displaying the result of segregation. It is evident from experimental reports that segregation of waste using AWS has been successful.
How to Cite
Juhi Pandey, Vivek Kumar Patel, Shahnawaz Ansari, Baljeet Kumar, Vikas Singh Tiwari. (1). AUTOMATIC WASTE SEGREGATION MACHINE. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 9(2), 23-25. Retrieved from http://journal.ijierm.co.in/index.php/ijierm/article/view/556
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