The rubbish dump at Everest is a spectacular place. It is described as the world’s tallest rubbish dump. If you didn’t know, the rubbish dump at Everest is two sites: the Kathmandu valley and the Himalayan Mountains. You see all the characteristics of the wandering troglodyte who seem to be emerging more frequently and are permanently turning this pretty and green land into one enormous rubbish dump. You see them trashing their tents in the evening, cleaning their boots in the morning, setting fire to everything in sight, taking everything apart, throwing the pieces into the garbage truck and hauling it off with enormous strength.
This trend of self-parallelism is symptomatic of how humans have become obsessed with plastics, which means everything organic must be thrown away and nothing is left to rot. Kathmandu valley is full of plastic bottles and other rubbish dumps, which are dumped here regularly. And these garbage dumps are just waiting for the Nepal Army to arrive and cleans them up. It is only going to worsen as the government, which is generally corrupt, cannot find a way to arrest this trend of rampant self-parallelism.
The only way out is to shift all the waste to the nearest landfill site with Rubbish Dump Adelaide from MetroWaste. But where will the waste go? The Kathmandu valley has many large open pits in different areas, and most are already overcrowded. And all the waste is heading towards the capital city of Kathmandu, where there is hardly any space for landfill. This means that any large influx of rubbish will pile up in one place and be let loose at any other landfill site.
The best solution to this problem is to shift the waste to a Kathmandu Valley landfill site. This will solve the problem of waste parallelism while at the same time providing valuable ground cover and soil erosion control for the surrounding landscape. Any landfill site should also have access to the septic system and other waste treatment systems to make it easier for the waste to decompose. Ideally, the site should also have enough space so that new houses can be built in the area without blocking the existing ones.
What can you do with the waste? One option is to take advantage of all the available waste management solutions such as food waste composting and water recycling in Rubbish Dump Adelaide from MetroWaste. These systems can be used to recycle all the household waste into a functional product like fertilizer, soil amendment and the like. You can also collect all the food waste used as fuel for power production in nearby construction sites. You can also sell off excess construction materials at the local rubbish dump or the Kathmandu valley regional market to earn some quick bucks.
Another option for your rubbish is to go in for a solid waste transfer and collection system from your Kathmandu valley town. This is another feasible solution that uses waste material from landfill sites to benefit the landfill management in your city. You can collect all the municipal solid waste, including glass and plastic bottles from your homes, offices and hospital. The collected trash then goes to the waste transfer station, broken down into different categories such as plastics, paper, metal, cement and solid wastes. The plastics and glass bottles are recycled, while the metallic and cement waste can be used for either construction or medical applications.