Perspective - Journal of Environmental Waste Management and Recycling (2021) Volume 4, Issue 4
Chemical waste and its influence on the environment.
For at least two decades, the environmental impact of chemical waste generated by teaching, agriculture, urbanization, health care and research has been a source of tremendous worry and debate. Scientists have emphasised the importance of implementing a method for the treatment of chemical waste in educational institutions, agriculture, urbanization and health care which contribute to the formation of small quantities of waste, many of which are highly dangerous, in most laboratory and non- laboratory activities. When a material is discarded without expecting to be compensated for its inherent value, it is considered waste.Author(s): Harriet Wood