Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

1 TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE DEPOTS (DUST BINS) Original presentation has been modified for Internet use. SYNCHRONIZE “SECONDARY STORAGE” WITH “PRIMARY COLLECTION”

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "1 TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE DEPOTS (DUST BINS) Original presentation has been modified for Internet use. SYNCHRONIZE “SECONDARY STORAGE” WITH “PRIMARY COLLECTION”"— Presentation transcript:

1 1 TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE DEPOTS (DUST BINS) Original presentation has been modified for Internet use. SYNCHRONIZE “SECONDARY STORAGE” WITH “PRIMARY COLLECTION” OF WASTE SYSTEM. PROVIDE LARGE METALLIC CONTAINERS WITH LID/TRACTOR TRAILERS FOR SECONDARY STORAGE AT A DISTANCE NOT EXCEEDING 250 METRES FROM THE WORK PLACE OF SWEEPERS.

2 2 DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO SUCH BINS NOT TO EXCEED 500 METERS. SIZE AND NO. OF CONTAINERS/BINS AT EACH LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED ON THE BASIS OF QUANTITY OF WASTE GENERATED. CONTAINERS/TRAILERS MAY BE PLACED ON CEMENT CONCRETE /ASPHALT FLOORING HAVING SLIGHT SLOPE TOWARDS THE ROAD.

3 3 SMALL CONTAINERS BE PLACED AT SHORT DISTANCES WHERE LARGE SIZE CONTAINERS CAN NOT BE PLACED. SWEEPERS MAY BE DIRECTED TO TRANSFER THE WASTE FROM THEIR HANDCARTS/TRICYCLES INTO THESE LARGE CONTAINERS DIRECTLY.

4 4 TRANSPORTATION OF WASTE ALL CONTAINERS/TRAILERS TO BE GROUPED AS PER THE FREQUENCY OF THEIR BECOMING FULL. DAILY-ALTERNATE DAY-TWICE A WEEK, ETC. THE CONTAINERS TO BE TRANSPORTED BEFORE THEY GET FULL. CONTAINERS MAY BE LIFTED IN TWO SHIFTS TO KEEP THE CAPITAL COSTS LOW. ROUTING OF VEHICLES BE PLANNED TO PREVENT ZIG-ZAG MOVEMENT.

5 5 TYPE OF VEHICLES TO BE USED VEHICLES TO SYNCHRONIZE WITH THE SECONDARY STORAGE CONTAINER DESIGN. IN LARGE CITIES DUMPER PLACERS, SKIP LIFTERS, REFUSE COLLECTORS OR ANY SUCH VEHICLE WITH HYDRAULIC DEVICE BE USED. IN SMALL CITIES/TOWNS WHERE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM CAN NOT BE MAINTAINED, TRACTOR- CONTAINER / TRAILER SYSTEM MAY BE USED.

6 6 TRANSPORTATION OF BIO-MEDICAL WASTE/HOTEL WASTE, ETC. BIOMEDICAL WASTE HANDLING RULES MADE BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT DATED 20TH JULY 1998 BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED FOR TRANSPORTING BIOMEDICAL WASTE. HOTEL/RESTAURANT WASTE BE TRANSPORTED EACH DAY USING DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTION SYSTEM. HOTEL ASSOCIATION MAY ARRANGE FOR SUCH DIRECT COLLECTION AND TRANSPORTATION. OR CONTRACT MAY BE GIVEN BY LOCAL BODY FOR TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH WASTE SUBJECT TO CONTRACT LABOUR (REGULATION & ABOLITION) ACT 1970.

7 7 TRANSPORTATION OF CONSTRUCTION WASTE. TRANSPORTATION OF CONSTRUCTION WASTE SHOULD BE THE LIABILITY OF THE WASTE PRODUCER. SKIP RENTING SYSTEM MAY BE INTRODUCED IN LARGE CITIES THROUGH PRIVATE CONTRACTORS AND THEIR TRANSPORTATION COST BE REGULATED BY LOCAL BODY. –ALTERNATIVELY LOCAL BODY MAY TAKE ADVANCE DEPOSIT FOR REMOVAL OF SUCH WASTE AND LOAD THE WASTE MANUALLY OR WITH LOADER MACHINES IN THE SKIP/LARGE CONTAINERS. FRONT END LOADER AND TRUCK COMBINATION (1+3) COULD BE USED. SMALL VEHICLES (THREE WHEELER) MAY BE USED FOR TRANSPORTATION FROM NARROW LANES.

8 8 TRANSFER STATION/WORKSHOP FACILITY TRANSFER STATION MAY BE SET UP WHERE DISTANCE OF PROCESSING/DISPOSAL SITE IS MORE THAN 10 KMs. SIMPLE TRANSFER STATION BE DESIGNED HAVING RAMP AND LARGE CONTAINER SYSTEM TO FACILITATE DIRECT TRANSFER OF WASTE FROM SMALL VEHICLES TO LARGE VEHICLES /CONTAINERS. WORKSHOP FACILITY TO BE MADE EFFICIENT. AT LEAST 80% VEHICLES ON ROAD MAY BE ENSURED. 30% SPARE VEHICLES BE KEPT TO MAINTAIN FULL FLEET OF VEHICLES.

9 9 SPARE ASSEMBLIES AND SPARE PARTS BE KEPT FOR IMMEDIATE REPLACEMENT. ADEQUATE WELL TRAINED STAFF BE KEPT IN THE WORKSHOP OR SERVICE BE CONTRACTED OUT. TEAM INCENTIVE TO BE GIVEN FOR KEEPING MORE THAN 80% VEHICLES ON THE ROAD.

10 10 PROCESSING OF WASTE ALL ORGANIC WASTE TO BE COMPOSTED/CONVERTED INTO BIOORGANIC FERTILIZER/SOIL CONDITIONER. –OPTIONS MICROBIAL COMPOSTING AND/OR VERMI COMPOSTING. WASTE TO ENERGY PLANTS MAY BE CONSIDERED WHERE FEASIBLE.

11 11 BIOMEDICAL WASTE TO BE DISPOSED OF AS PER THE BIOMEDICAL WASTE HANDLING RULES DATED 20TH JULY 1998.

12 12 ALL OTHER WASTES AND REJECTS FROM COMPOST PLANTS/POWER PLANTS TO BE LANDFILLED SCIENTIFICALLY. SECURED LANDFILLS FOR BATTERIES, ETC. SLAUGHTER HOUSE WASTE AND CARCASS OF DEAD ANIMALS TO BE DISPOSED OF SEPARATELY AS PER THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA DIRECTION. THEY SHOULD NOT BE MIXED WITH MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE. INDUSTRIAL WASTE TO BE DISPOSED OF AS PER THE DIRECTIONS OF THE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD. DISPOSAL OF WASTE

13 13 SITE SELECTION FOLLOW MSW (M&H) RULES 2000 IDENTIFY SUITABLE LAND FILL SITE FOR NEXT 25 YEARS. LANDFILL TO BE AS NEAR AS POSSIBLE FROM THE CITY BOUNDARY BUT AT LEAST 500 METRES AWAY FROM HABITATION (CIVIL AVIATION RULE TO BE FOLLOWED). IT SHOULD BE AWAY FROM WATERBODIES & PLACES OF RELIGIOUS, HISTORIC, CULTURAL IMPORTANCE AND ANCIENT MONUMENTS LAND SHOULD BE LARGE. 2 ACRES/10000 POPULATION) LAND SHOULD HAVE IMPERVIOUS SOIL STRATA. GOOD APPROACH ROADS. NEAR THE COMPOST/TREATMENT PLANT.

14 14 WASTE TO BE SPREAD, COMPACTED AND COVERED EACH DAY. SITE TO BE FENCED. MECHANICAL/COMPUTERIZED WEIGH BRIDGE TO BE PROVIDED. STRICT MONITORING TO BE DONE. DECLARATION OF NO DEVELOPMENT ZONE AROUND LANDFILL/PROCESSING SITE.

15 15 NON-COMPLIANCE OF THE RULES WITHIN THE TIME FRAME & PENALTIES FOR THE SAME. DEADLINES FOR COMPLIANCE 31 ST DECEMBER 2003 PUNISHMENT FOR NON-COMPLIANCE JAIL UP TO 5 YEARS. FINE UP TO RS. 1 LAC

16 16 NEED OF A POLICY FRAMEWORK BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENTBY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT BY STATE GOVERNMENTSBY STATE GOVERNMENTS BY URBAN LOCAL BODIESBY URBAN LOCAL BODIES

17 17 ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED The following issues need to be addressed during policy formulations. Effective public participation in segregation of recyclable waste and storage of waste at source.Effective public participation in segregation of recyclable waste and storage of waste at source. Public participation in primary collection of wastePublic participation in primary collection of waste Sweeping of streets and primary collection of waste on all the days of the year irrespective of Sundays and public holidays.Sweeping of streets and primary collection of waste on all the days of the year irrespective of Sundays and public holidays. Provision of closed body mobile waste storage depots and abolition of open waste storage sites.Provision of closed body mobile waste storage depots and abolition of open waste storage sites.

18 18 Safe and separate storage as well as doorstep collection of biomedical waste, hotel and restaurant waste, yard waste, etc., on full cost recovery basis.Safe and separate storage as well as doorstep collection of biomedical waste, hotel and restaurant waste, yard waste, etc., on full cost recovery basis. Avoid the need of multiple handling of waste through the adoption of principal of “handle waste once only” in the matter of collection, transportation and disposal of waste.Avoid the need of multiple handling of waste through the adoption of principal of “handle waste once only” in the matter of collection, transportation and disposal of waste. Continue……………

19 19 Continue…………… Transportation of waste on day to day basis in closed body vehicles.Transportation of waste on day to day basis in closed body vehicles. Processing of waste for generating compost, power and other useful products.Processing of waste for generating compost, power and other useful products. Disposal of waste in an environmentally acceptable manner through establishment of sanitary landfill sites.Disposal of waste in an environmentally acceptable manner through establishment of sanitary landfill sites. Grant of land for processing and disposal of waste.Grant of land for processing and disposal of waste. Institutional strengthening and human resources development.Institutional strengthening and human resources development.

20 20 Institutional strengthening and human resources development.Institutional strengthening and human resources development. Introducing element of cost recovery.Introducing element of cost recovery. Encouraging private sector participation in waste managementEncouraging private sector participation in waste management Welfare of the staff engaged in solid waste management services.Welfare of the staff engaged in solid waste management services. Creation of public grievances redressal mechanism.Creation of public grievances redressal mechanism. Provision for enforcement of sanitation laws and rules.Provision for enforcement of sanitation laws and rules. Continue……………

21 21 POLICY MEASURES TO BE TAKEN THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT May conduct nationwide awareness campaign to make the cities clean using “Door Darshan” and other private channels for widespread communication taking help of experts in communication.May conduct nationwide awareness campaign to make the cities clean using “Door Darshan” and other private channels for widespread communication taking help of experts in communication. Provide fiscal concessions such as exemption of central excise and custom duties in purchase of special type of vehicles and equipment necessary for solid waste managementProvide fiscal concessions such as exemption of central excise and custom duties in purchase of special type of vehicles and equipment necessary for solid waste management Promote joint ventures in setting up industry for manufacture of solid waste management equipment and vehicles within the country.Promote joint ventures in setting up industry for manufacture of solid waste management equipment and vehicles within the country.

22 22 Allow the urban local bodies to raise tax-free municipal bonds without any upper ceiling.Allow the urban local bodies to raise tax-free municipal bonds without any upper ceiling. Provide financial assistance for setting up compost plants and other waste processing units.Provide financial assistance for setting up compost plants and other waste processing units. Set up pilot plants for waste processing and disposal for the benefit of all the urban local bodies of the country.Set up pilot plants for waste processing and disposal for the benefit of all the urban local bodies of the country. Continue……………

23 23 Extend technical guidance for implementing solid waste management system.Extend technical guidance for implementing solid waste management system. Mobilize financial assistance from external sources and bilateral agencies to the urban local bodies through the state governments.Mobilize financial assistance from external sources and bilateral agencies to the urban local bodies through the state governments. May arrange national workshops on solid waste management and exposure visits to foreign countries and within the country for imparting knowledge and training to the officials handling solid waste management and decision makers.May arrange national workshops on solid waste management and exposure visits to foreign countries and within the country for imparting knowledge and training to the officials handling solid waste management and decision makers. Continue……………

24 24 THE STATE GOVERNMENTS Provide legal framework.Provide legal framework. Promote financial health of the urban local bodies to meet obligatory duties.Promote financial health of the urban local bodies to meet obligatory duties. Minimum tax to be levied.Minimum tax to be levied. Extend need based financial assistance for capital expenditureExtend need based financial assistance for capital expenditure Linking of incentives with performancesLinking of incentives with performances Facility of long term leaseFacility of long term lease Grant of land for treatment facility and disposal of waste.Grant of land for treatment facility and disposal of waste. Identification of suitable land for treatment and disposal of municipal solid waste in city’s development master plan.Identification of suitable land for treatment and disposal of municipal solid waste in city’s development master plan.

25 25 Continue…………… Permit allotment of land to private sector for setting up treatment facilities and landfill sites for waste disposal.Permit allotment of land to private sector for setting up treatment facilities and landfill sites for waste disposal. Payment of tipping feesPayment of tipping fees Promote recycling industryPromote recycling industry Provide tax benefitsProvide tax benefits Promote use of compostPromote use of compost Promote energy recovery, power generation, etc., from MSWPromote energy recovery, power generation, etc., from MSW Encourage private sector participationEncourage private sector participation Develop IEC materialDevelop IEC material

26 26 THE URBAN LOCAL BODIES Cost recoveryCost recovery Levy of sanitation tax to meet and cost of SWM servicesLevy of sanitation tax to meet and cost of SWM services Public private partnership in SWM servicesPublic private partnership in SWM services Private sector participationPrivate sector participation Provision of SWM services in slumsProvision of SWM services in slums Allotment adequate funds for capital and revenue expenditures.Allotment adequate funds for capital and revenue expenditures. Identification and allotment of suitable lands for treatment and waste disposalIdentification and allotment of suitable lands for treatment and waste disposal Human resources developmentHuman resources development Public grievances redressal mechanismPublic grievances redressal mechanism EnforcementEnforcement

27 27 PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY EACH MUNICIPAL CORPORATION & MUNICIPALITY TO PLAN A TIME BOUND PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT THE RULES & SOURCES OF FUND FOR THE SAME.EACH MUNICIPAL CORPORATION & MUNICIPALITY TO PLAN A TIME BOUND PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT THE RULES & SOURCES OF FUND FOR THE SAME. STATE SECRETARY URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO ENSURE PLANNING & COMPLIANCE BY THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.STATE SECRETARY URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO ENSURE PLANNING & COMPLIANCE BY THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. DISTRICT MAGISTRATORS/COLLECTORS TO ENSURE PLANNING AND CMPLIANCE BY THE MUNICIPALITIES SITUATED IN THEIR DISTRICTS.DISTRICT MAGISTRATORS/COLLECTORS TO ENSURE PLANNING AND CMPLIANCE BY THE MUNICIPALITIES SITUATED IN THEIR DISTRICTS.


Download ppt "1 TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE DEPOTS (DUST BINS) Original presentation has been modified for Internet use. SYNCHRONIZE “SECONDARY STORAGE” WITH “PRIMARY COLLECTION”"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google