International Journal of Physics and Applications

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part A (2023)

Generation electricity from solid-waste material without air pollution


Shashank Sharma and Vikas Mishra


Additional supplies of solid waste are needed because of the increasing population and high standard of living. It is now understood that if waste is produced in an effective manner, it will ultimately become unsalvageable. Therefore, managing solid waste has become crucial. Solid waste from municipalities’ material has negative effects on the environment. Anything that isn't liquid or gaseous is taken into account to be solid waste. All types of waste materials include sewage sludge, municipal, industrial, agricultural, and mechanical waste. Another kind of waste that is feasible is solid waste. The list of waste materials seems to include pathological waste, industrial waste, agricultural waste thrash, and throwing waste. Because it contains humidity, the relevant garbage is produced as solid waste when meat, fruits, and vegetables are processed for energy. The purpose of the current research project is to produce electricity from waste materials. Along with this, reducing carbon emissions is the biggest objective of this project. Batteries are used to store and run electrical energy circuits made of materials like plastic, rubber, trash, and waste. By using LED bulb filters to reduce pollution from energy production, the entire undertaking is shown to be useful. As a result, in this project, we successfully show how to produce electricity from waste material and store it in rechargeable batteries.

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How to cite this article:
Shashank Sharma and Vikas Mishra. Generation electricity from solid-waste material without air pollution. Int. J. Phys. Appl. 2023;5(1):07-12.
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