Waste management is a process of collecting, disposing or recycling unneeded wastes of a certain place benefiting a area and also prerventing their harm in the environment.

Waste management has evolved from collecting and deposing waste to manage the waste through its division of recycleable and non recyable, solid to liquid and more.

Currently, many of the waste management has been divided into five methods:

  1. Landfill.
  2. Incineration.
  3. Waste compaction.
  4. Composting.
  5. Vermicomposting.
  6. Animal Feed
  7. bio-fertilisers/bio-gas
  8. Pyrolysis


Waste are also divided in many ways. Some of them are :

  1. Solid Waste
  2. Non Solid Waste


  1. Recycleable Waste
  2. Non-Recyecleable waste


  1. Industrial Waste.
  2. Commercial Waste.
  3. Domestic Waste.
  4. Agricultural Waste.
  5. Types of Waste.
  6. Biodegradable waste.
  7. Non-biodegradable waste.
  8. Mining Waste
  9. Constructiom Waste
  10. Electronic Waste and more.

Waste Management in Nepal

In Nepal, waste management is a infrastructure that has not been well managed. Many municipalities and cities lack the necessary training and capabilities in managing waste. You can see it from news time to time of some problem in the waste dump areas in Kathmandu.

Most of the waste in Nepal is said to be disposed as sanitary landfill but they may not be so sanitary.

Lack of knowledge in waste division, lack of sufficient infrastructure and waste management training and awareness has lead to haphazard waste management. While the amount of waste has been increasing, the management of waste has been improving slower that the increasing waste. This has lead to series of dissatisfaction of both citizen, civil society and the government.

For more than a decade, solid waste management in Nepal’s Kathmandu valley has been a challenge, particularly in terms of landfill siting. The current practice of illegally dumping solid waste on river banks has created a significant environmental and public health problem. The goal of this study was to conduct an evaluation of solid waste management in Nepal using published data. According to the data, 70% of the solid waste generated in Nepal is of organic origin. As a result, composting solid waste and utilizing it on the land is the best method of solid waste disposal. This reduces the amount of waste transported to the landfill and extends its life.

What Hamro Group can do for the Waste Management of your business, homes or your city?

We, Hamro Group have many ways to help the development of waste management on your required places. If your business is related to waste management, we can help you connect to various clients and vice versa.

If you are from a certain communty concerned about your waste management, we can help you connect to a quality recycle plants, special waste management companies (dead animals, industrial and chemical wastes and more), training providers and more.

Likewise, we can also plan a good method for landfills, waste recycling companies and more.

Furthermore, we can also provide other ways if your business is related to recycling, composting, waste management infrastructure, bio-gas/fertilizers, feeds etc.