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Environmental impact and biodiversity conservation using organic farming from organic waste from urban and agricultural sector.: case study on issues related to urban agriculture and waste management in India



Environmental impact and biodiversity conservation using organic farming from organic waste from urban and agricultural sector.: case study on issues related to urban agriculture and waste management in India



6th IFOAM Asia Scientific Conference, Yangpyung, Korea, 7-11 September, 2004: "Benign environment and safe food": 228-245



The Maharashtra state in India has 325 Towns and 33 cities. There are 232 municipal councils including A, B, and C class, and 12 municipal corporations. These local authorities are looking after the civic administration at town or city level. These towns are now facing the acute land problem for disposal of solid waste (Domestic waste, market waste and industrial waste) causing the environmental Pollution.

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