These problems are found to create ambiguity and uncertainty in the results. The major stakeholders in this project are building managers, private certifiers, waste management council members, developers, waste collection service provider and wider community. To address the issues, a specification report is prepared that will list specification and also list the roles and responsibilities of every stakeholder. By this way, the likelihood of problems is solved. We also ensured that a risk manager is available at the place to continuously track the changes in risk matrix and ensure the likelihood is less. For this research and design project, proper information was collected through various sources. Literature review has been done in prior to know about the current waste management systems and the position of the country in terms of exposure to landfills and soil degradation problems.
The literary sources included journals, books and government websites that will give the exact figures and help in better statistical evaluation (EPA, 2012). All these form the primary basis for the research to step into the next level. The findings have been used for the implementation process. After the literature review, we carried out mixed research methods under which survey, literary sources, interview and sampling were all performed at various instances. Survey was performed to estimate the awareness of people about environmental issues. Interview was done with the top management of waste management council and other government associated members to know about the codes and procedures that are applicable to eradicate the issue. Sampling was done to know the effectiveness. As already mentioned, the qualitative and quantitative research methods helped to produce a better design for the environment. The complex problems have also been investigated after application of identified solution by means of simulation. This simulation has given better results on the flaws in the system that will help for improvement.