Ppt on solid waste management in india

Emissions Inventory: India & China Assessments P.R. Shukla.

in SO 2 Emission coefficients (Ton/Ton) Gasoline Kerosene 0 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 Light Diesel Oil Diesel Fuelwood Coal* Sulfuric acid India/ All India % Growth rates of Transport CO 2 (1985-95) Methane : Major Contributors 45% 22% 15% 10% 2% 4% 2% Livestock Paddy cultivation Biomass burning Municipal solid waste Waste water /20 30 40 50 60 Paddy Livestock Biomass Oil & Natural Gas Manure Management MSW Agriculture residue Waste Water Percentage Medinipur (Rural) Delhi (Urban ) Emissions from Large Point /


IF IT AIN’T BROKE DON’T FIX IT Anne Scheinberg, WASTE,

medical insurance to its informal ragpickers” Part 4. Some resources The Collaborative Working Group on Solid Waste Management in low- and middle-income countries: www.cwgnet.net (and the informal sector network) WASTE, Advisers on Urban Environment www.waste.nl -- and coming soon, a new portal Chintan-Environmental, Delhi, India www.chintan-india.org “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” -- an explanation. Thank-you. Questions/


A2Z Group. Contents: Corporate History and Evolution Transmission and Distribution Waste Management Facility Management Services Water & Waste Water Management.

Kanpur Almost zero landfill More than 5,000 MT per day of waste management in India. We handle MSW management in 23 Indian cities. Service is provided to over 1.5 million homes every morning, irrespective of local conditions. We serve a population of over 15 million and remain one of the most automated solid waste management companies in the world. We provide Door to Door (D2D) Collection, Secondary Collection/


Bio-Medical Waste Management Satish Sinha. History of medical waste Medical Waste Tracking Act in US I Draft Rules in India–1995 Final Rules in 1998,

waste Incineration/deep burial RedDisinfected container/ plastic bag Microbiology, solid & soiled waste Autoclaving/Microwa ving/Chemical Treatment Blue/White translucent Plastic bag/puncture proof container/Sharps Blaster Waste sharps & solid waste/ cause notices14898 Medical waste in India: 2006-2009 Hurdles in Implementation  Issues of Capacity  Low priority  Resource Allocation  Fixed Mindset  Injection safety, chemical safety and waste management issues yet to find space in development planning At /


Dikoleksi oleh: smno.psdl.ppsub.2013

for municipal solid waste management, allowing the production of fuel with an interesting energy content. Previous work (Adani, F., Baido, D., Calcaterra, E., Genevini, P.L., 2002. The influence of biomass temperature on biostabilization-biodrying of municipal solid waste. Bioresource Technology 83 (3), 173-179) has indicated that appropriate management of the processing parameters (air-flow rate and biomass temperatures) could achieve biomass drying in very short/


Anaerobic Digestion of Solid Waste

Energy Sources in Kerala, South India. (MUELLER 2007) Domestic plants: 1 m3 for a 3 to 5 member-family meets about 50 % of cooking needs. (MUELLER 2007) Decentralised treatment of market waste, municipal solid waste or slaughterhouse waste: Biogas used/ Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs FAO (1996): Biogas Technology - A Training Manual for Extension. Consolidated Management Services Nepal (P) Ltd. and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Available at: http:///


Household Air Pollution Risks in India Kirk R. Smith, MPH, PhD Professor of Global Environmental Health University of California, Berkeley Fulbright-Nehru.

in India to supply villages without power –Technically doable to provide sufficient power for induction cooking, but economics uncertain Increasing Prosperity and Development Decreasing Household Air Pollution Very Low Income 200 million Low Income 400 million Middle Income 400 million High Income 200 million Crop Waste Dung Natural Gas Electricity Non-solid fuels Solid/ sources Need to measure in rural areas where there are many sources and people Need to develop OAP management regions that are organized by/


PREM NARAYAN, Director(JnNURM), Ministry of Urban Development Government of India September, 2013 Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM)

ITS in City buses/BRTS Traffic and Transit Management Centre (TTMC) Transport Learnings from JnNURM ULBs needs to be strengthened as third tier of governance by improving the governance structure and sustenance of citizens centric services The Pan-India / & VOLTAS Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Treatment/disposal Plant, Nashik Sanction Cost: Rs.59.99 cr. ( $ 12 mn) Date of Completion: September, 2009 Outcome: Taken care of 500 ton waste per day 120 vehicles to collect the waste generation in the city /


PP 11: Waste Management. Time Required for Waste Material to Decompose Organic Waste (Food) – 1-2 weeks Organic Waste (Food) – 1-2 weeks Paper – 10-30.

Waste Heavy Metals and other industrial wastes accumulate in the food chain. Pregnant women are advised to avoid eating tuna, swordfish, and shark. How Can We Manage Hazardous Waste? Land Disposal – deep-well injection; liquid hazardous waste is pumped into dry, porous formations below aquifers. Land Disposal – deep-well injection; liquid hazardous waste is pumped into dry, porous formations below aquifers. Incineration – all incinerators burning hazardous waste or solid waste/


Disposal of Clinical Wastes: Tata Memorial Hospital Experience

waste is produced annually in India. According to a 2003 report, Indian industries in the following five states had generated over 80% of the country’s hazardous waste: Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. European Commission focus on waste management/18 Ammonia solution .050 19 Lactic acid .045 20 Sulfuric acid .100 Total 588.19 Hazardous liquid waste / month: Hazardous solid waste / month: Sr. No Chemicals / Reagents Weight (Grams) 1 Benzidine dihydrochloride 0.5 2 Naphthol /


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

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 / 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/


Meera Mehta, Dinesh Mehta and the PAS Team CEPT University, India PAS Project 1 Urban Sanitation Assessing priorities and options IWA Development Congress.

missing the target? Basic access increased from 50% to 60% OD still high at 13% Performance Assessment Systems Project in UWSS in India Source: WHO-UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program, 2013 Update 72.5% 61.6% 20.3% 8.0% 10./Plans in Small Towns  In partnership with State Government of Maharashtra (Water Supply and Sanitation Department, State utility (MJP) and local Municipalities  Plans cover elimination of open defecation, safe excreta disposal, black and grey management and solid waste management /


S OLUTION C HALLENGE Current waste management services are expensive yet ineffective - often neglecting to collect 40% of the waste. A typical municipality.

Use of Funds: Expansion: Operations refinement, hiring of country director for India, five sites by 2013 (year 2) Growth: XXX sites by 2016 (year 5) Financials: Cumulative revenue: $XX m for 4 yrs. Cash flow positive in year X Team: Waste Ventures’ team has over 40 years of collective experience across solid waste management, social enterprise, management consulting, entrepreneurship, and international development. The founder, Parag Gupta, was/


Pune Municipal Corporation Budget

of expenditure Public education shares ~17-19% In Rs Cr SALARY TRENDS- Functional wise Salary expenses are most for Sanitation and Solid Waste Management, which includes, road cleaning, sewage and waste transportation. The second highest expenditure is on general/ Report ”India’s urban awakening: Building inclusive cities, sustaining economic growth”. Population and GDP are projected figures for year 2030. Water & Sewage Solid Waste Road Drainage Roads Public Transport Slums Own Revenues Figures in Rs Cr/


POLYMER WASTE treatment

India is an emerging group having its verticals Waste to Energy, Process Engineering Design, Project Management, Certification Consultancy and International Trading. CREDENTIALS Establishment : 2008 ISO 9001:2008 Certified organization. CRISIL Rated firm with SE3B Rating. More than 25 professionals from various engineering streams like Chemical, Mechanical, Production, Instrumentation Are Our Resources. International exposure in/ Electricity Generation Carbon (Residue) – Solid Fuel, TAR additive (Road) Steel/


1 Urban Solid Waste Management Progress and Prospects for Social, Technical & Policy Improvements Mrs Almitra H Patel, Member, Supreme Court Committee.

and Prospects for Social, Technical & Policy Improvements Mrs Almitra H Patel, Member, Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Management in Class 1 Cities, 50 Kothnur, Bagalur Road, Bangalore 560077 almitrapatel@rediffmail.com 2 Vedic India wasted nothing Household wastes were fed to livestock or composted in backyard pits and returned to the soil every season. This practice continued while cities were small, with surrounding farmers bringing their produce/


Trade and Investment Partnership Summit (TIPS) What EU Business need to know about cleantech in India by Poul V. Jensen, Director, EBTC www.ebtc.eu Brussels,

Delhi is approved at an estimated cost of EUR 200 million  Sanitation – Swacha Bharat Mission by 2019 – Massive Solid Waste Management mission to Clean India Transportation  EUR 3B plan to spur electric and hybrid vehicle production; 6 million vehicles by 2020  Electric vehicle charging stations in all urban areas and national highways by 2027  Metro & Monorail: Ministry of Urban Development plans to invest more than/


Innovative Infrastructure Financing a presentation by V Suresh Director General, Good Governance India and Former Chairman and Managing Director, HUDCO.

initiative are -Mysore- Mangalore -Hubli – Dharwad - Gulbarga Indian Experience in Privatisation of Water Supply & Sanitation Privatisation experience in India in Solid Waste Management ENBEE Infrastructure Ltd. on BOO basis in Nagpur M/s Excel Industries – Bio-degradation of solid waste in –Vijayawada, Calcutta, Mumbai, Bhopal, Bangalore, Gwalior, Cochin & Calicut M/s CELCO in Hyderabad Common hospital waste treatment plant by GJ Multiclave in Hyderabad Compost plant by IVR Enviro at Tiruppur Privatisation/


Summary of Presentation 1. Recalling the original project 2. Tackling the challenges in Kameshwaram (2011- 2012) 3. Launching of FIN-SWAM – July 2012.

fishermen, few traders & landless labourers Farming and fishing based economy Low productivity No change in technology used since decades Where is Kameshwaram ? It is in the State of Tamil Nadu In India along the Indian coast. Evolution of objectives in 2006 for Kameshwaram 2 1 A clean village with decentralized solid waste management Safe water Documentation of costs and benefits and best practices. Free diffusion for maximum replication/


The India Opportunity for European Business & Research Leena Pishe Thomas European Business & Technology Centre, New Delhi May 21&22, 2012 www.ebtc.eu.

technologies and managing supply chains Sources: www.ibef.org, E&Y Promoting European clean technologies in India & tackling climate/in industry. Waste  Over 160,000 Metric Tons (MT) of municipal solid waste is generated daily.  3R and for high polluting sectors, such as thermal power stations, chemical and pharmaceutical industries Promoting European clean technologies in India & tackling climate change www.ebtc.eu | 33 Opportunities in Environment Clean Air  India has one of the unhealthiest air in/


1 Some people working in the field (such as Stocking (1985)) have stated that the only long term solution to soil erosion is vegetative protection & fertility.

juncea is also used.  some query about economics in semi-arid areas  increasing problem with land availability  preseason crops for rice in India 57 Crop spacing  To improve production, spacing inversely /manage waste for agricultural production - especially sewage 91 Possible competing uses Household waste recycling of solid waste fuel - after drying and compaction; decomposed waste for mushroom, yeast, algae growing; Food waste animal feed - only if discarded food is collected (especially in/


India ItalySweden Philippines DReAMS Project - Guntur Realizing DReAMS Second Partners Meet Guntur Municipal Corporation Cambodia Bhutan Bangladesh.

of municipal solid waste 100%85 % 3.Extent of segregation of municipal solid waste 100%15% 4.Extent of municipal solid waste recovered/recycled 80%0 5.Extent of scientific disposal of municipal solid waste 100%45% 6.Extent of processing of solid waste100%0 7.Extent of cost recovery in solid waste management services 100%0 8.Efficiency in redressal of customer complaints 80%75 % 9.Efficiency in collection of user charges90%72% Solid Waste Management - Indicators/


Infrastructure Management; Storm Water and Waste Dr. Ahmad BinTouq URL:

planning. Geographic information systems for drainage system Sitting and managing a landfill GIS and Waste Community participation Education Monitoring of discharge Logistics Management and Spatial Planning for Solid Waste Management System using Geographic Information System (Map Asia 2003) GIS – MIS - GPS for solid waste management (Map India 2002)GIS – MIS - GPS for solid waste management GIS and Waste Water and GIS Unexpected Benefits from GIS in a Water District (Map Asia 2007)Unexpected Benefits from/


Infrastructure Management; Storm Water and Waste Dr. Ahmad Bin Touq GEO 440: GIS for Urban & Regional.

efficiency Educate the public on the necessity of improved waste management Logistics Management and Spatial Planning for Solid Waste Management System using Geographic Information System (Map Asia 2003) GIS – MIS - GPS for solid waste management (Map India 2002) GIS – MIS - GPS for solid waste management GIS and Waste Water and GIS Unexpected Benefits from GIS in a Water District (Map Asia 2007) Unexpected Benefits from GIS in a Water District A GIS based water demand analysis/


AIM/Material Model 1. Modified Structure 2. India Application Ashish Rana (NIES, Japan) The 8 th AIM International Workshop 13-15 March 2003, Tsukuba.

. India Application Ashish Rana (NIES, Japan) The 8 th AIM International Workshop 13-15 March 2003, Tsukuba Part 1: Modified Structure Need for application to countries with limitations of dataset APEIS training workshop in Delhi Structure of AIM/Material Model production sector household capital labor government abroad market import export produced commodity energy intermediate CO2 energy final demand CO2 pollution waste pollution management energy/


FMI: Smart Waste Management Market Analysis, Segments, Growth and Value Chain 2015-2025

service cost. Proper and efficient management of solid waste through smart waste management can solve many problems related to environmental pollution, climatic changes and public health. Browse Full Report@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/smart-waste-management-market Global Smart Waste Management Market: Drivers & Restraints More than 90% of waste volume is expected to be generated from Asia Pacific and Africa, primarily in emerging economies such as India and China. The growing/


MY HEROES: DOERS WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE Almitra H Patel Member, Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Management in Class 1 Cities in India

H Patel Member, Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Management in Class 1 Cities in India almitrapatel@rediffmail.com www.almitrapatel.com 2 HEROES ARE ALL AROUND US, LIKE MY FATHER: PHEROZE SIDHWA Born 1893, 7 th of 8 children, dirt poor Eldest brother helped him thru BA, LLB. Jamshed N Mehta a Gandhian inspired him in 1922 to make India self-reliant. Started 9 industries: Bharat Tiles/


KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF NURSES REGARDING BIOMEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SELECT GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS Lt Col Sarvjeet Kaur Army Hospital (R&R) India.

radioactive symbol General healthcare WasteBlackPlastic bag Source: WHO, Action plan for the development of national programme for sound management of hospital wastes. INDIAN SCENARIO Limited data available in biomedical waste management in developing countries. Government of India, July 20, 1998- ‘Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules. Amendments issued in the year 2000 for technology acquisition, Health care facilities to take necessary measures for proper segregation, handling and disposal/


BIOMEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PRESENTED BY: RASHMI VAISH, MBA-HAHC (II Tri) DIBYA DWIVEDI, MBA-FM (II Tri)

the “sick” not contaminate the lives of “The Healthy” CONTENT Definition Categories of Biomedical Waste Problem associated with Biomedical waste Need for Biomedical Waste Management Step to manage hazardous waste Treatment techniques Biomedical waste management in India Environmental legislation Conclusion Summary Biomedical Waste (BMW) is… Solid waste generated during the diagnosis, testing, treatment, research or production of biological products for humans or animals (WHO) WHO estimates – 85% of hospital/


 . LAHS Green India Pvt. Ltd., an ISO 9001-2008 certified company, was established on Sep 2009 and is a ‘One Stop Shop’ providing services in renewable.

  LAHS Green India Pvt. Ltd., an ISO 9001-2008 certified company, was established on Sep 2009 and is a ‘One Stop Shop’ providing services in renewable energy sector. We expertise in Solar Lighting and Water Heating solutions, Wind Energy Systems. We also specialize in Rain Water Harvesting and provide services for Solid and Waste Water Management. We are CSR Consultant’s and assist in meeting Corporate Social Responsibility needs/


MODULE 2. MODULE 2: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production.

the community. Until 2002, there were 63,618 JFM committees managing over 140,953sq km of forest in 27 state in India. Social forestry: It includes Creation of woodlots in the village common land, government waste land and panchayat land (estimated at least 12 mha) Planting /reduce the salinity effect. Grow different type of ornamental plants, herbs and trees in your garden. Don’t throw solid wastes like plastic or metal can on open land. Promote sustainable agriculture by buying products produced by organic farming,/


ASSOCHAM 30thJune, 2016 Industrial Wastes Challenges and Issues Ravi Agarwal.

.eu/pdf/111031_SNA_Snapshot_Waste-management-in-India.pdf Hazardous Waste Generation: India Hazardous Waste Generating Industries in India - 36,165 nos. Hazardous Waste Generation - 62,32,507 MTA The category-wise classification of this quantity is  Land Fillable HW – 27,28,326 MTA  Incinerable HW - 4,15,794 MTA  Recyclable HW - 30,88,387 MTA The Indian industrial sector generates an estimated 100 Million Tonnes per year of solid wastes, with coal/


Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSWM) City Managers’ Association, Karnataka (CMAK) 21 st Floor, Public Utility Building, MG Road, Bangalore -01 Ph: 080.

proceeded against and punished accordingly. City Managers’ Association, Karnataka Formation of MSW rules 2000  In response to PIL Hon’ble Supreme Court of India constituted a committee to recommend suitable guidelines for Solid Waste Management in Class I cities  The Committee submitted the issues and recommendations in 1998issues  MoEF issued draft MSW Rules 2000 in 1999  Upon finalisation MoEF issued final Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling) Rules in Sept.2000 Application  The Rules/


Cadaver Organ Donation & Transplantation in Asia – The Way Ahead

in Asia – The Way Ahead Dr. Sunil Shroff Head of Department - Urology & Renal Transplantation, Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institution, Managing/in India SURVEY ON “PUBLIC ATTITUDE TOWARDS ORGAN DONATION & TRANSPLANATATION”  Shroff S, Shankar R et al, Indian Medical Tribune, 1996  Results of the Survey Less than 50% overall positive response in favour of donating solid/Sharing Protocols 6 Kidneys have been wasted in the last four years of the 112 Kidneys shared in the INOS network due to these /


Principled Simplicity

add to the waste. We end up spending money for solid waste management and disposal. The vehicles which carry the waste pollute the air, sound as well as the land. The place were the waste is dumped also become a waste land, useless for irrigation, agriculture, in short useless for / one day, naturally with age and not by butchery. A very unique wedding gift   You can donate funds to Vellore Exnora, in India to save the calves. To adopt one such calf, you need to pay Rs. 500/- and another Rs.500/- for the/


Description of investment strategies used in Trader

Limited (the Bank) is an India-based banking company. Its principal /deposits, loans, international settlements, international financing, management of corporate annuity, assets custody, investment /in the domestic non-hazardous solid waste industry. The Company provides non-hazardous solid waste collection services for commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers through 348 collection companies in 40 states and Puerto Rico. It owns or perates 204 transfer stations, 193 active solid waste/


1 URBAN POLICIES & PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY IN MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT – A BROAD PERSPECTIVE HYDERABAD 23 RD JANUARY 2004 Original presentation.

modified for Internet use. 2 PRESENTATION BY P. U. ASNANI URBAN ENVIRONMENT INFRASTRUCTURE REPRESENTATIVE, INDIA US AEP/US AID 3 PRESENT SCENARIO OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN URBAN AREAS IN INDIA 4 NO STORAGE OF WASTE AT SOURCE. HOUSEHOLDS, SHOPS, ESTABLISHMENTS, INCLUDING HOSPITALS, HOTELS, MARKETS, CONSTRUCTION SITES THROW THE WASTE ON THE STREETS OR IN THE DRAINS, OPEN SPACES, WATER BODIES NEARBY. STREETS ARE GENERALLY TREATED AS THE RECEPTACLE/


The Right to Energy & The Right Energy in the Changing Climate Dr. CM Nautiyal* 09415107078 * Scientist, BSIP, Lucknow.

promising. At present Germany, USA, Denmark lead and India is progressing well. India has potential of 45,000 MW using SW monsoon from/warm-up time. This makes it unsuitable for use in cars. Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC): Best suited for large-/ driving, that is no sudden acceleration and deceleration which wastes fuel. We shall use the lowest power vehicle as far/new devices are environment- friendly. Better roads, better traffic management and many such seemingly unrelated approaches will also help us fight/


Feb 2010 Common Healthcare waste Appropriate Management Plant (CHAMP) An economically appropriate approach for Bio Medical Waste Management in rural and.

Plant (CHAMP) An economically appropriate approach for Bio Medical Waste Management in rural and smaller cities of India. Feb 2010 PROJECT DETAILS Name of the Project : Healthcare Establishment Waste Management and Education Programme (HEWMEP) Name of the Facility: Common Healthcare waste Appropriate Management Plant (CHAMP) Project Location: Gulbarga city, Karnataka, INDIA Implementing Agency: Centre for Environment Education (CEE) Feb 2010 The Implementing Agency Centre for Environment Education/


Topic no6 Collected by JHPatel

A dairy often generates odors and, in some cases, dust, which need to be controlled. Most of the solid wastes can be processed into other products and/mites molluscicide snails, slugs nematicide nematodes piscicide fish rodenticide rodents Presently, India has about 675 pesticides industries, manufacturing about 75000 tonnes of pesticides per/need to set return sludge system), lower cost, convenient operation and management. Stable discharging water. Treatment of Pesticide Wastewater by Physicochemical and /


Innovative Initiatives for Agricultural Marketing in India Dr. J.S Yadav C.O.O. Premium Farm Fresh Produce Ltd.

Methanation Refused Derived Fuel (RDF) Gas +Compost Methods of Solid Waste Management MethodsProducts Land fillingLand fill gas IncinerationElectricity CompostingLow value compost Converted organics High value biostimulants Cost Norms for Organic Waste Plant 1 MT capacity – Rs 5 Lakh (without /they are sending the trucks but it never reaches there On-site organic waste management is not an alien concept Few builders in India have installed in here premises (eg Nirman Shelters, B’lore) On-site unit is /


Solid Waste Mark D. Sobsey ENVR 890-2 Spring, 2009.

rich to poor countries Greenpeace raised awareness campaigned against the ship in India as well as in France French President Chirac eventually announced a dramatic recall of the Clemenceau Options for Municipal Solid Waste Management Landfills –Engineered areas where waste is placed into the land. Waste combustors –Facilities that burn MSW at a high temperature, reducing waste volume and generating electricity Some facilities blend MSW with other fuels Transfer/


DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AREAS IN DELHI UNDER PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODEL DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIES G o v e r n m e n t o f N a t i o.

OF ASSETS FROM DSIIDC IN BOTH OPTIONS. PROJECT INVESTMENTS FOR OPTION 2 & 3 Concession Period –30 years Charges –User charges are levied for water (as per DJB charges), waste water and solid waste management –A maintenance charge of/India Limited Omaxe Dura-Line India Pvt Ltd WAY FORWARD DSIIDC to be assigned rights by MCD to further assign to the Concessionaire in Okhla and Patparganj for road side parking, advertising rights and establishment of kiosks in open areas and to maintain street lighting. In/


SOLID WASTE MGT : THE WAY FORWARD Mrs Almitra H Patel, Member Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Management

WAY FORWARD Mrs Almitra H Patel, Member Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Management almitrapatel@rediffmail.com HOW IT BEGAN ’94 : Surat Plague - A Wake-Up Call ’94 : 1 st Clean India Campaign by Capt JS Velu & me: 30 cities in 30 days via Surat ’95: 2 nd Clean India Campaign, 60 new cities OPEN DUMPING OUTSIDE EVERY CITY ’96: PIL No 888/96 against all/


Water Pollution.

and transporting oil Perform routine inspections Require back-up systems and a disaster management plan in case of unexpected event Research oil spill cleanup techniques prior to a spill/The only substance that is illegal to dump anywhere in the ocean is plastic NOAA Ocean Pollution Solid Waste Plastic pollution is a huge problem! Preventing Water / the Ganges River in India. Very little of the sewage is treated. Hindu believe in cremating the dead to free the soul and throwing the ashes in the holy Ganges/


Asst. Prof. of STD, Stanley Medical College IMA Former State Secretary

1996 Public Interest Litigation Mrs. Almitra H. Patel vs. Union of India Pathetic Situation of Solid Waste Management Practices Obligatory function of Urban Local Bodies Resulting in problems of Health & Sanitation No solution in sight. Hon’ble Supreme Court after several hearings, constituted a committee INTERIM REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE Domestic / Trade Waste Construction Waste Industrial Waste Infectious & Hospital Waste. Adverse impact on Human Health. Grossly neglected. Do not discharge/


Karnataka Karnataka Waste-to-Power Astrid Fernandez Annie Hsieh Daniel Pedisich Akshat Sarvaria Sue Veksler.

.81 Bangalore4.002.0001.0015.0078.00 Bombay10.002.003.6.245.6040.00 Physical Characteristics of Solid Waste from some Cities in India Why is Karnataka the best place?  Decreasing funds for education could impede economic growth.  / expectations that Internet usage in India will expand at one of the fastest rates in Asia, boosting knowledge and ultimately income. Opportunities in India  Based on the model of Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., a U.S. based subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc.  The initial/


A NEPRA Resource Management Pvt. Ltd. initiative

, (Source:- CPCB / MOEF Report 2013) Avg. 24% is DRY WASTE, ie. 31,500+ / DAY which could have been RECYCLED. Waste Pickers are integral part of Indian Waste Management Scene Most of Municipal Solid Waste plant are non-operational or running below 30% capacity Most technology failed because waste is Not segregated. Opportunity to Impact :- 1.5 Million Waste Pickers in India - (Source World Bank Report 2010 from link - http://en/


COVARM Coordinator for Value Addition and Resource Management mail at : / call at : 91-98733-49421.

SOLID WASTE BAGASSE OR R/H OR COAL ETC AND LIQUID SLOP AS FUEL. IN DISTILLERY INDUSTRY, EXCEPT WHERE SUGAR BOILERS ARE USED FOR UTILITY IN SUGAR SEASON, COMMON BOILER PRESSURE IS TYPICALLY 10 TO 45 KG. OVIOUSLY TEMPERATURES ARE ALSO LOW. OPERATING RANGE OF INCINERATION BOILERS OFFERED BY DIFFERENT SUPPLIERS IN INDIA ARE IN/ COVARM Coordinator for Value Addition and Resource Management IN INCINERATION WATER POLLUTION IS CONVERTED INTO AIR POLLUTION IN INCINERATION WATER POLLUTION IS CONVERTED INTO AIR /


Quality Improvement Programme Mahatma Gandhi Swachhta Mission - Action Plan Department of Health & Family Welfare Government of Gujarat, India Quality.

- Action Plan Department of Health & Family Welfare Government of Gujarat, India Quality Improvement Programme - Gujarat Mahatma Gandhi Swachhta Mission - Action Plan, Health & Family Welfare Department- Gujarat Vision  100% collection & disposal of hospital waste as per the BMW rules, 1998  100% Solid waste management & proper disposal.  100% provision Toilet facilities, safe drinking water & Proper drainage facility in all public health facility. & monitoring of Residual chlorine at community/


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