Understanding Thermal wastes

Most people are aware of the world ‘wastes’ represents the left-over materials from various product  after processing, manufacturing, renovation or termination procedures. Wastes materials classified in different categories depending upon their nature and structure such as bio wastes, thermal wastes, nuclear wastes, chemical wastes and many other types of wastes. In this article, we are focusing on thermal wastes.
Thermal wastes usually produced after the heating or thermal processing during the energy production from various sources such as electricity production by thermal power plants, iron, coal and other material extraction & production, chemical operations and even some household products like refrigerator & AC also found responsible for it. It is increasing the pollution level in our environment, causing sudden climate change, affecting forests, animals and humans too. It should be the major priority for every country and citizens to control and prevent this disastrous problem.
The good news is, people are getting more aware now, and all many developed and developing countries are implementing effective waste management procedures to reuse thermal wastes for the benefit of humankind & our earth. The most common and suitable waste management procedure is to produce Electricity from recycled thermal wastes, extraction of useful liquid fuels from this waste, disposing harmful radioactive materials and wastes through this procedure, water treatments, using it in deep land filings and many more implementations to ensure the better use of thermal wastes for our future generations.