Waste Management Policy in Thailand

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Tharinee Jariyapayuklert
Dr.Umaporn Kanjanaklod


Waste management is a noteworthy issue for every country, different waste consistently growing every year and every country and nearby government needs to deal with it by using a policy. For Thailand Waste Management Policy Is a strategy that is significant both at the national and nearby levels however there are as yet encountering urban waste issues and there is still no powerful waste administration.

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