It can be classified into three groups:
- any materials if hey are recycled or accumulated, stored, or treated before recycling,
- being used in a manner constituting disposal, burned for energy recovery, reclaimed, and accumulated speculatively, and
- a discarded material that is abandoned, recycled, and inherently waste-like. Actually, waste can be considered as nothing but useful material at wrong place. There is no material in this world, which is not useful in one-way or the other.
Also there is no material, which is created out of nothing. It is man’s ignorance that he considers certain things as waste and other thing as useful. Just as types of sates are changing, so must the attitude of people towards waste must change. People must realize that the solution lies in using waste as a resource rather than to be destroyed.
Only due to hazardous to human health, some of these undesirable substances cannot be directly reused.In relating to change in habits, behavior and participation, ‘what people think about waste’  is a significantly important aspect of solid waste management Studies revealed that 89% of participants considered recycling as an acceptable method for disposing of their waste and 57% agreed with the idea of waste election being charged per bin or per bag to encourage recycling. Only 34% recycled some waste weekly and 9% recycled four times a year or less .
The study further discovered that for those who had children aged 5-14 years old, most information about solid waste management received at school influenced their household.This indicates that school campaigns and focused on recycling can increase C 201 2 Des et al. , licensee Intent. This is an open access chapter distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creationism’s.
Org/Sciences/by/3. O), which remits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. 102 Waste Management – An Integrated Vision awareness and attitudes toward solid waste management among children and their parents.