A Review On Waste Management In Hotels Of Dehradun, Uttarakhand


  • RC Pandey
  • Ashish Dhyani
  • Archana Dhyani
  • Sunil Lal


GDP, Hospitality Industry, Waste Management, Eco-friendly.


In recent years, the hospitality industry has consistently contributed significantly to India's GDP growth. Additionally, it really has contributed to the rise in hotels across the nation. Compared to other industries, hotels are the biggest consumers of resources and make a significant contribution to trash generation. The hotel business can benefit greatly from green initiatives like recycle in the current Green Economy. In this research, we looked into the present coditio of waste management in hotels of India by reviewing literature on trash audit, WARM model, analysis on cost-benefit approaches, equivalency calculators. The causes of the various waste kinds observed in this industry are described, along with possible reduction measures. Research papers supporting this field of study are simply lacking. The paper provides an outline of the nation's current waste processes and offers answers to some of the most pressing issues. The hotel business currently employs poor waste management techniques. Poor collecting and transport of municipal solid waste is caused by a lack of adequate facilities (equipment and infrastructure), underrates of trash creation rates, insufficient management and technical skills, improper collection, and route design. The primary objective of the current research is to control hotel garbage in order to create eco-friendly businesses and make money from waste. It demonstrates that waste minimization may increase hotel revenue and reduce pollution.




How to Cite

RC Pandey, Ashish Dhyani, Archana Dhyani, & Sunil Lal. (2023). A Review On Waste Management In Hotels Of Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Elementary Education Online, 20(3), 4241–4253. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/2855