3R’s (waste management) is a term used to describe waste management; reduce, reuse and recycle.
3R’s waste management
Extraction of materials from the waste stream for reuse or recycling. Examples include source separation, front-end recovery, in-plant recycling, post combustion recovery, leaf composting and so on.
Precycling is source reduction and reuse. In most waste management planning the hierarchy is Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Reduction and reuse are the first lines of defense against increasing waste volume. Read more..
Source separation is a term used to describe waste material sorting by type prior to collection, usually to facilitate the recycling of ready or individual materials for a certain disposal strategy, Read more.
Waste Management, classification of waste hierarchy divided into the following categories.. read more..