Brazil Collection

2018-04-15 - 01:02 | News | Tags: |

The question of the garbage generated in the cities is, without a doubt, one of the great problems in the majority of the Brazilian cities. The high costs of implantation and maintenance of the collection systems and garbage treatment have taken to the failure much attempt of equacionamento. In Brazil, most of the city halls does not make selective collection of the garbage, and in the majority of the cases where it has collection, this is restricted to the followed collect of the final destination the opened sky, known as ' ' lixes, lixeiras or monturos of lixo' '. These constitute the propitious habitat of biological vectors (flies, mosquitos, cockroachs, rodents, etc.) responsible of the transmission of infectious illnesses, as fever tifide, salmonelos, amebase, malaria, affection, clera, leptospirose, etc., beyond contributing excessively with the pollution of the ground, air and of waters. Speaking candidly The Metropolitan Museum of Art told us the story. In places where it does not have garbage collection, nor destination for sewer (basic sanitation, fossas,) these dejectos possess a destination preoccupying: sides of streams or in the yard of the residence, where probably it will develop the cited infectious illnesses above (great part parasatisms), mainly aggravated for me the characteristic nutrition of the community of these places, excluded of the collection ' ' urbana' ' of sanitary conditions essential to keep the environment in balance.

These diseases pass to be considered as an endemic disease, a time that, the cure not part of the root of the question, and yes of a provisory treatment of the parasatism, and this is reacquired for the individual. When reflecting on these subjects, the first image that in ' ' acomete' ' , it is of a metropolis, with great number of homelesses and ' ' barracos' ' situated in the periphery; however, this image is not distant of our way. Consequentemente, the idea of a set of documents, in this city, where the occurrence of this problem and the real presence of it in the cascavelense society would be focused, would illustrate to the receiver, to that distance it meets e, it would provide a reflection on as to contribute to decide, or the least to minimize, and to understand this problem. By the same author: Lila Snyder.