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Mayo Vessels and Machines is a multi disciplinary firm working in various sectors of Designing, Manufacturing, Supplying and Handling & Construction of Municipal Solid Waste Management plants. Our firm has earned vast experience in MSW management by testing and installing successful plants of various configurations in INDIA and overseas. Our strategy for the MSW business is to be an integrated player providing solutions comprising segregation, processing disposal and generating energy from municipal solid waste.

Mayo has set the standard in waste management services in India's ULB's. With our superior technical expertise ability to react quickly and intelligently to any situation. Mayo is at the top of the field. We've handled over 23 MSW plants to date and have an outstanding safely record And unlike many other waste management service companies. Mayo is truly a nation wide company. We've seen experienced and worked with it all, from A2Z infrastructure to the Government of Sri Lanka (gray Line Group Of Industries, Colombo) and we bring that wealth of experience to every job we undertake. Whatever your waste management need, count on Mayo for prompt, efficient, cost-effective solutions

 
 
 
 
 
Industry Overview
Municipal Solid Waste is a waste type which predominantly includes household waste (domestic waste) and sometimes with the addition of commercial wastes collected by municipality within a given are T apid increase in volume and types of solid and hazardous waste as a result of continuous economic growth, urbanization and industrialization is becoming a burgeoning problem for national and local governments to ensure effective and sustainable management of waste Urban waste generation is rapidly increasing in India with population expansion and economic development. MSWM is a part of public health and sanitation, and is entrusted to the municipal government for execution. The problems of collection, transport, proper use and disposal have become a gigantic task, straining both financial resources of the civic bodies and their physical capabilities. In addition to the problem of availability of disposal sites. The introduction of new materials, especially packaging materials, plastics and the like pose a different set of problems of disposal due to their inherent non biodegradability. The proper disposal of urban waste is not only absolutely necessary for the preservation and improvement of public health but it has an immense potential for resource recovery.
 
 
 
Composition of Municipal Solid Waste
Description
Percent by weight
Vegetable, leaves
40.15
Grass
3.80
Paper
0.81
Plastic
0.62
Glass/ceramics
0.44
Metal
0.64
Stones/ashes
41.81
Miscellaneous
11.73
 
 
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