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Kerala State in India is one among the most thickly populated region in the world. Therefore to meet the needs of the large population, the rivers of Kerala have been increasingly polluted from the industrial and domestic waste and from the pesticides and fertilizer in agriculture.In The biodegradable waste of the urban centres was accepted by the suburban rural areas for composting in the agricultural fields. With increasing content of plastics and non-biodegradable packaging materials, municipal wastes became increasingly unacceptable to cultivators. Apart from number of technology options, following aspects taken into account during the Waste-free campaign in Kerala:  (a) Safe disposal of human excreta, (b) Solid waste management, (c) Liquid waste management, (d) Safe handling of drinking water, (e) Home sanitation and food hygiene, (f) Personal hygiene, (g) )Community environmental sanitation.

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