SOLID WATER MANAGEMENT AND WELLBEING OF CITIZENS IN CAMEROON A CASE OF TIKO MUNICIPALITY
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This research work accessed SOLID WATER MANAGEMENT AND WELLBEING OF CITIZENS IN CAMEROON A CASE OF TIKO MUNICIPALITY beach. Waste has been a major aspect on human concern, has its rate of generation on an increase since from the industrial revolution. And increase in waste is mostly attributed in increase in a nation’s, city’s or community’s population activities without equivalent sustainability to help discard the waste as a result of the population. Waste exist in different form such as soli, liquid and gas. Each of these have their methods that should be adopted for proper management and they can be grouped in to degradable and non-degradable waste some of which are toxic (hazardous) and non-toxic. As stake, waste solid waste management is important because the absence of this management systems will lead to an increase in undisposed waste material that will spread to areas of human habitation causing health deficiencies and also, will contribute in the environmental depreciation. Waste management has been a problem faced the globe but more exceedingly in developing nations like Cameroon and its cities and towns like Tiko. This is because they do not possess the necessary equipment involved in good waste management, and also the absence of some management techniques such as reuse and incineration.The main objective of this study is to investigate how solid waste is been managed in Tiko/down beach. Primary Data is collected through the administration of questionnaires. Secondary data was obtained with the help of questionnaires. Other forms such as field observation and filed analysis, using of articles written waste management is done to obtain data. The data is analyze using inferential and descriptive data techniques. The results revealed that the solid waste management system in Tiko/Down beach is poor due to improper and infrequent collection and disposal of waste by the waste management body. This has led to accumulation of waste in unwanted.