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1 C. Srinivasan, Project Director
Indian Green Service 1/15, Kesavapillai Street, Ist Cross, Sainathapuram, Vellore Vellore District, Tamilnadu, INDIA Ph : , Cell : Fax: 0416 – Web:

2 Boundary of Sikkim, MAP

3 Yangang Gram Panchayat, MAP

4 4 (East, West, North, South districts)
Introduction Sikkim first became a Protectorate of India and on 16th May 1975 it joined the Indian Union as the 22nd state of India with a special constitution provision Article 371 F. Sikkim is a strategically hill state covering an area of 7096 sq kms (which accounts for 0.2% of the total area of India) and having a population of 5,40,851. Sikkim is encircled by three different international boundaries- to its west lies Nepal and Bhutan, to its east Tibet Autonomus Region of the People’s Republic of China and to its south, Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council of West Bengal. Sikkim is recognised as one of the special category states of the country and has been recently inducted as the 8th member of the North Eastern Council of States. The basic indicators are given as under: Population ( 2001 census) 5,81,546 Urban population % 11.1% Rural population% 88.9% Districts 4 (East, West, North, South districts) Sub- divisions 9 BACs 26 Zilla Panchayat (Trritorial constituencies) 95 Gram Panchayat Units 163 Gram Panchayat wards 891 Revenue blocks /villages 454 Towns 8

5 Introduction cont… Some of the highest peaks and the third highest mountain in the world, the Kanchendzonga (8588 metres) is located within the State. There are many glaciers in Sikkim. Among them, the most important are the Zemu glacier, Rathong glacier and the Lhonak glacier in North Sikkim. Besides this, mountain ranges have a number of passes which are used to cross over from one side to the other. The Nathula, Jelepla and Chola pass lead into the Chumbi valley in Tibet through the Chola range in the east. Sikkim has spring fed as well as river fed lakes like the Tsomgo lake, Memencho and the Bidang Cho in the east, Khechodparli lies in the west of Sikkim. Sikkim is connected to the rest of the country by its 115 km lifeline; the NH-31/A. this is the only road connecting it to the rest of the country via Darjeeling district of West Bengal. Besides this, Sikkim runs a five - seater heli service between Bagdogra, the nearest airport and Gangtok, its capital. The important rail head is New Jalpaiguri, West Bengal around 4 hours away from the capital, Gangtok.

6 Success Story TOTAL SANITATION CAMPAIGN – SIKKIM ‘NIRMAL RAJYA’ (click here more Details) Recognizing the importance of Sanitation and its effect on the progress and well being of the State, the Government of Sikkim fixed 2009 as the target year to achieve total sanitation as against the Government of India target year of To give it further impetus and accelerate the pace of implementation, in May 2008 TSC was taken up on a Mission Mode. It was made mandatory for all Gram Sabhas conducted in the state to take up sanitation as a top priority on their agenda. In addition, the State Government also amended the Panchayati Raj Act making it mandatory for the PRI members to construct toilets of their own in their households, failing which, the nominations of the PRI members for Panchayat elections are rejected. Several IEC activities were carried out diligently over a period of time in the form of printed booklets, pamphlets, audio-visual documentaries, multi-media presentations, banners, posters and bill boards in English as well as the regional languages of Sikkim.

7 Success Story Cont.. The positive political will of the Government with ready access to the, the Chief Minister, concerned Minister and the flexible approach adopted by the Department where necessary contributed immensely in the form of prompt and crucial decisions. For successfully implementing the programme, 27 GPUs of Sikkim were for the first time, awarded the prestigious ‘Nirmal Gram Puruskar’ by His Excellency, the President of India in May The Nirmal Gram Puraskar for 2008 was received by 37 GPUs of Sikkim from HE, the President of India, during the NGP award ceremony in Guwahati on 20/10/08. Subsequently, the remaining 99 GPUs were awarded the NGP in November, 2008, thereby achieving total sanitation of the entire state in terms of 100% coverage in rural Households, schools, aganwadis, institutional and community toilets, and making Sikkim the first ever Nirmal Rajya of the country., On 8th December, 2008, the Chief Minister, Dr. Pawan Chamling was awarded a gold medal for achieving this very unique feat by Her Excellency, the President of India in a glittering ceremony in Pune.

8 Preparing action plan for implementing SLRM in Sikkim - Day:1
Pilot project on SLRM was launched at Yangang GP, based on the discussion held at Secretariat office (RMDD)

9 Residential / Commercial Area - Yangang GP

10 Road condition in Hilly Terrain, where tricycles movement were designed based on slope

11 Existing Waste disposal system in Yangang Village Panchayat and road side dustbins

12 A private truck was used to carry Yangang GP’s garbage once in days and disposed in nearby landfill site, before SLRM project was introduced

13 Village:- Yangang / Dist:- South Sikkim
SLRM - Information (Dos & Don’t) calendar to People Village:- Yangang / Dist:- South Sikkim

14 Survey team: Detail survey was conducted in the beginning of SLRM project

15 Awareness among School students about the importance of Source Segregation:

16 Door to door awareness Campaign

17 Outer View of SLRM Center (Eco-friendly cost effective Shed was constructed by local people, using local materials with local technology in 4 days)

18 Inner View of SLRM Center (Eco-friendly cost effective Shed was constructed by local people, using local materials with local technology in 4 days)

19 Inner View of SLRM Center (Eco-friendly cost effective Shed was constructed by local people, using local materials with local technology in 4 days) Add your text here

20 SLRM Center was inaugurated by Sri. C. B
SLRM Center was inaugurated by Sri.C.B.Karki, Minister of Rural Management and Development Department, Sikkim.

21 SLRM Center was inaugurated by Sri. C. B
SLRM Center was inaugurated by Sri.C.B.Karki, Minister of Rural Management and Development Department, Sikkim.

22 Minister of Rural Management and Development Department, Sikkim congratulated all SLRM Project implementing team members, after inaugurated our SLRM Center and written in Visitor’s note book

23 I.E.C. Activities (Information Education & Communication)

24 Training program on SLRM (Class room section)

25 Field training for project implementers

26 Pledge taken on Project inauguration day (10th, July, 2010)
I love my state Sikkim and its Beauty. I never through any garbage in roads or burn them in any public place. I will follow SLRM rules and regulation to keep my surrounding Neat, Clean and preserve our Beautiful. I will separate organic and inorganic and keep in two different Dustbins, before I handed over to our Street beautifiers, twice a day (Every 12 Hrs). 5. I will do my best and support my country to achieve 100% sanitation.

27 District / State Level SLRM - Project Implement Team

28 SLRM Project installation
People are asked to dump all their old and mixed waste available in their home in a truck, after receiving two new dustbins for Source Segregation on that moment onwards

29 Before & After After

30 Dustbins distribution by SLRM project implementing team

31 Unemployed youths taken the task in SLRM PROJECT -- Street Beautifiers

32 Door to door resource (Waste) collection starts with awareness & Training

33 Kid’s Participation

34 Door to door collection
Organic resource (Waste) are collected in Green coloured Compartment of Tricycle. Inorganic resource (Waste) are collected in Red coloured compartment of tricycle.

35 All basic Tools and Accessories was provided to Street beautifiers

36 Organic Resources (waste) are unloaded from Tricycle for Secondary Segregation
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37 All cattle eatables are separated, cleaned, washed, processed and fed to cattle for quick reduction of Volume and convert in to resource in less the 8 hrs. Add your text here

38 Cattle non-eatables are soaked in cattle dung mixed water to introduce bacteria and filtered the excess water, before it laid in Composting bed Add your text here

39 Inorganic Resources (waste) are unloaded from Tricycle for Secondary Segregation.
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40 Project implementing team was provided Lunch in Guest House and honored by Sri.C.B.Karki, Minister of Rural Management and Development Department, after they completed Solid and Liquid Resource Management (SLRM) training successfully

41 State Level Conference on SLRM in Gangtok

42 PRESS NOTE (“Gangtok”- local daily)
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43 PRESS NOTE (“Gangtok”- local daily)
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44 PRESS NOTE (“Gangtok”- local daily)
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47 State Level Workshop on Solid and Liquid Waste Management – Gangtok (8th, June, 2010)

48 Composting beds are getting ready for Harvest

49 Compost sieving, harvesting ready for organic farming

50 All Recyclables are Separated, Packed, Stored and Ready for Sales

51 Project in charge at Solid and Liquid Resource Management Center

52 First income from recyclables in Hilly terrain - June toAugust, 2010
S.No. MATERIALS ITEMS RATE QUANTITY TOTAL AMOUNT RS. 1 Guria (Mixed Plastic) 10.00 59 Kg 590.00 2 Compost - 3 Cartoon Box 3.50 553 Kg 4 Cement Bora 3.00 27 Kg 81.00 5 Tin 8.00 69 Kg 552.00 6 Pet Bottles & Plastics (White) 100 .¼ Kg 802.00 7 Quarter Bottles 0.25 1160 Pieces 290.00 Beer Bottles 2.50 22 Pieces 55.00 Rum Bottles 1.50 26 Pieces 39.00 Honey Bee & Squash 1.00 96 Pieces 96.00 Broken Bottles & Glass 230 Kg 230.00 8 Note books 6.00 14 Kg 84.00 9 Text books 4.00 30. ½ Kg 122.00 10 Radi Papers 36 Kg 54.00 11 Card Boards 57 Kg 57.00 12 News Papers 7. ½ Kg 75.00 13 Black Plastics 33 Kg 198.00 Total

53 SLRM project in hilly terrain - Twice a day collection - Using Tricycle

54 Basic infrastructures: SLRM center, Tricycle, Cattle with shed, urinal for Volunteers

55 Fresh Vegetables are cleaned and fed to cattle directly, to convert in to Dung in 8 Hrs.

56 Project implementation team at Field - Yangang GP
Local body Members (Yangang GP - Team) Dew Kr. Rai President Yangang Rangang GPU Kul Bdr. Gurung Vice President Yangang Rangang GPU Lachi Rai Secretary Yangang Rangang GPU Aita Raj Rai Member Yangang Rangang GPU Tuli Maya Gurung Member Yangang Rangang GPU Man Bdr. Shanker Member Yangang Rangang GPU Block Development Center (Yangang GP - Team) Mahesh Sharma Block Development Officer (BDO) Block Administrative Center, Yangang D.B. Chettri Panchayat Inspictor (PI) BAC Yangang Name Assistant Engineer (AE) Yangang Rangang GPU Bir Bahadur Bhandari Rural Development Agency (RDA) Yangang Rangang GPU

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