Impacto ambiental de los residuos sólidos domésticos de la floristerías del cementerio miraflores del distrito de Trujillo y propuesta de implementación de un sistema de obtención de compost (agosto de 2010 a abril del 2011)
Valdez Rodríguez, Edward Franco
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La Libertad region turned into a zone of economic importance for different industries, have allowed the mass consumption of various products, services and other activities generate solid waste, such as the business of florists that are located near the cemetery Miraflores de Trujillo. These residues contribute greatly exceed the capacity limit of the district sanitary landfill Miracle. This work performed between August 2010 and April 2011 identified significant environmental impacts of solid waste from the cemetery florists Miraflores. The moderate negative impact determined by the methodology proposed by Conesa, resulting from the disintegration of incineration and temporary discounts on public roads. Research also found that these florists generate 131293.96 Kg in 09 months. They are mostly made of organic matter, plastic and glass, it is concluded that it is possible to minimize the negative impacts with proper management involving obtaining composting as an alternative to partly solve this problem and provide a resource for parallel pay parks, squares and gardens of the city and why not fields of areas.