National Journal of Advanced Research

National Journal of Advanced Research


National Journal of Advanced Research
National Journal of Advanced Research
Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2019)

Automatic waste segregator machine: A review


Mansi Rudrawar, Shivshankar Patil, Athrav Murkute, Sunil kumar Verma, Sairaj Mahadik

Considering our rapidly deteriorating ecological conditions due to waste incineration, underground water contamination from garbage landfills and ocean dumping, there is obviously a serious waste management problem. A large portion of our garbage (trash) can be reclaimed, recycled and resold. Traditionally waste containers have not been designed to facilitate the source separation required for highly effective recycling programs to be successful. Nor have they incorporated the convenience required to encourage wide spread, willing participation. Therefore, in this present work, an attempt is made to study to separate the biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste. In non-biodegradable waste we will separate the metal and plastic. This machine will be designed as to automatically separate biodegradable waste (banana peel, vegetable waste, fruit waste etc.) and non-biodegradable waste (soda cans, chocolate wrappers, plastic bottle etc.) in commercial building, where people throw all types of waste together hence require more time for separating waste from dustbin.
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