Ramazzini Center/MScPubHealth SDU Thesis Projects/Composting and recycling for household and industrial waste management in Chitwan, Nepal (CAR-Nepal)/Minutes from meetings
Date: Oct 22, 2020 Time: 3 PM (Danish Time) Platform: Zoom Participants Suyasha Koirala Aayushi Thapa Olaf Jensen
- to find out the validity of master tesis in Nepal according to new laws:
- Analysis of orginal data is needed?
- Systematic literature review is not sufficient
- Next meeting Thur 29 Oct at 3pm Danish (wintertime?)
Date: Sept 30, 2020 Time: 3 PM (Danish Time) Platform: Zoom Participants Dinesh Neupane Suyasha Koirala Aayushi Thap Agenda: To inform Dinesh about the future plan on CAR Nepal project
- After informing that both of them will help in literature review but will not make a project a thesis Dinesh respected the decision and asked for the future plan.
- Upon hearing the topic he suggested following things;
- He has also done the research on pesticide and is available in the SDU library if it is not accessible then he will forward.
- He suggested using households selected for the community based management of non communicable disease study in Nepal (COBIN) if the topic is related to NCD.
He has worked a while in this topic and is happy to help in any ways possible.
9 sep 8am Suyasha and Aayusi decided to quit waste household and go to pesticides better relate to health, support, they find out to get data and review - they orientate Erik and Dines
Date: 12th August 2020 Time: 3 PM Platform: Zoom Participants
- 1. Aayushi Thapa
- 2. Suyasha Koirala
- 3. Olaf Chresten Jensen
Updates Searched Keywords
- - Solid waste = 11,581
- - Solid Waste Management = 3,711
- - Municipal and Solid Waste = 1,689
- - Household waste and Health risk = 22
Most of the research is done either in medical waste or in garbage pickers. Summary
- - Systematic critical review of epidemiological studies on PH concerns of Municipal solid waste handling. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1757913916639077
- Time reviewed: 1995 - 2014
- Conclusion: Review studies revealed no causal and non-causal relationship between specific waste management and adverse endpoints.
- - Assessment of plastic waste generation and its potential recycling of Household Solid Waste in Vietnam. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20490914/
- A 1-month survey of 130 households was carried out in southern Vietnam.
- Conclusion: The compostable and recyclable accounted for 80.74% and 11%. The plastic shopping bags accounted for 45.72% of total plastic waste. No strategies have been developed for recycling and disposal of plastic waste at local level and central level.
- 1. Ideas on research questions
- a. Handling of solid waste in Nepal
- b. General situation of solid waste in Nepal
- c. Improper solid waste management and the risk of contamination with animals (rats)
- d. People living near the contamination site (health prob of ultra poor people)
- Next Meeting
- - Search more on topics that were discussed today
- Time: 3 PM (Danish Time)
- Date: 19th August, 2020
Meeting Aug 5 8 am Suyasha & Aayushi invite Zoom
Zoom meeting 29 July at 3pm
- Minutes Meeting 29 july
- Erik and Diness Would prefer 5. or 6. of august
Zoom meeting 21 July 2020
- Participants: Suyasha Koirala, Aayushi Thapa, Olaf
- Contact information shared
- Plan for next days:
- Create login for Wikiversity
- Clarifiy the names CISU application (Kurt Rasmussen is probably member not any longer)
- Discuss the plan: pesticide and CAR-Nepal (both or only one)
- Talk with Sabine and Janni (pls correct names) about place internship
- Zoom invitation from SK and AT
- Next Zoom meeting 29 July at 3pm Danish time