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C ONTENT Introduction of Solid Waste. Classification of Waste. Introduction of Allotted area Reasons for waste management in locality Ways to reduce Role.

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2 C ONTENT Introduction of Solid Waste. Classification of Waste. Introduction of Allotted area Reasons for waste management in locality Ways to reduce Role of Society Role of concened Civic Authority Role of Technology Role of IPS Conclusion

3 “substances or objects which are disposed of or are intended to be disposed of or are required to be disposed of by the provisions of the law” Disposal means “any operation which may lead to resource recovery, recycling, reclamation, direct re-use or alternative uses (Annex IVB of the Basel convention)”

4 On the basis of disposal. Solid wastes domestic, commercial and industrial wastes especially common as co-disposal of wastes Examples: plastics, styrofoam containers, bottles, Liquid Wastes wastes in liquid form Examples: domestic washings, chemicals, oils, waste water from ponds, manufacturing industries

5 On the basis of properties. Bio-degradable can be degraded (paper, wood, fruits and others) Non-biodegradable cannot be degraded (plastics, bottles, old machines, cans, styrofoam containers and others)

6 Nyay Khand

7  Lack of planning for waste management while planning townships  Lack of proper institutional set up for waste management, planning and designing in urban local bodies  Lack of technically trained manpower  Lack of community involvement  Lack of expertise and exposure to city waste management using modern techniques / best practices  Lack of awareness creation mechanism  Lack of Management Information Systems  Lack of funds with MCDs  Indifferent attitude of MCDs to levy user charges and sustainability

8 Residents to be organized into small groups to carry out the following: 1. Construction of backyard compost pit. 2. Construction of storage bins where recyclable and reusable materials are stored by each household. 3. Construction of storage centers where recyclable and reusable materials collected by the street sweepers are stored prior to selling to junk dealers. 4. Maintenance of cleanliness in yards and streets. 5. Greening of their respective areas. 6. Encouraging others to join.

9 R EDUCTION IS BETTER THAN DISPOSAL Source reduction, or preventing waste in the first place, is a better option than disposal. Personal/consumer behavior: Use fewer items Buy less-packaged and longer-lived goods Reuse items Manufacturer behavior: Make goods with less packaging Make longer-lived goods Adopt more-efficient production methods

10 R EUSE Reusing items is a powerful way to reduce one’s waste. There are simple ways to do this: Buy used clothing, and donate used clothing Bring your own cloth bags to grocery stores Bring your own coffee mug to coffee shops

11 R ECYCLING Consists of three steps

12 To minimize waste. Materials should be recycled. Waste segregation at source. Materials to be purchased should have long expiry date. Eco-friendly processing of waste. Vermi composting to generate manure

13 M UNICIPAL S OLID W ASTE Paper is the biggest component of municipal solid waste

14 Outsourcing of all activities under Solid Waste Management Services recommended by 12 th Finance Commission for using grants. MCDs to concentrate on segregation of waste at source. Waste processing like composting, bio-methanation should be done through public-private partnerships/ private sector. Final disposal viz. sanitary land filling to be done under public private partnerships / private sector. Bio-medical waste to be managed by Central Bio- Medical Waste Management Facilities.

15 Bio- Energy Production : Conversion of biogas into natural gas of high quality. Electricity and heat utilisation with increasing energy efficiency in the plants. Bio-gas Plant Bio-gas utilization

16 I NTEGRATED W ASTE M ANAGEMENT S YSTEM yes no waste can be avoided can be recovered can be landfilled recycling or energy recovery landfill thermal treatment secondary raw material energy yes no

17 1. We are using envelopes without cellophane windows 2. Some students replaced ball point or gel pens by fountain pens. 3. Models were made using waste papers. 4. We followed green rules by segregating waste at source. a). Yellow bin(bio-degradable/recyclable)- dry paper waste only. b). Green bins(bio-degradable/perishable)- pencil shaving, food peels,wet tissue paper,soiled –paper plates. c). Blue bins(non bio-degradable)-polythenes,used pens,waste plastic objects. d). Landfilling by making a compost pit. 6. Teachers use their own cups instead of paper cups for drinking tea. 7. We recycle used paper by getting printouts on it.

18 By this we can conclude that Solid Waste generated in our area is very hazardous and causes various types of pollution and also health diseases and our earth is getting depleted day by day. We should take some initiatives to manage the waste and follow three R’s (Reuse, Reduce, & Recycle). Let us join hands together and do some steps to save our mother Earth.

19 “ It is appreciable to organize a seminar on sanitation but nothing beats bending down & picking up a chocolate wrapper ”


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