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Orientation Session to Worshipful Mayors & Chairpersons
of Urban Local Bodies in Andhra Pradesh
A brief history before MSW Rules were framed?
India - A hygiene challenged country?
Stinking attitude towards garbage and sewer!
After Plaque in 1995 the dirtiest city of India under the able leadership
of Sri. S.R.Rao became the cleanest city in the country in less than 18
months.
And that right there may be the lesson for India — even if it is
bittersweet. Ignorance is bliss till tragedy strikes. 3 Lakh people fled
fearing quarantine.
More importantly those who stayed back cleaned up their act.
Government works. But only if people make it work!
What does MSW M&H Rules 2000 say?
Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000 were
published under the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry
of Environment and Forests number S.O. 783(E), dated, the 27th
September, 1999 in the Gazette of India, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (ii).
MSW Rules 2000 are applicable to every local body and they are responsible
for collection, segregation, storage, transportation, processing and disposal
of municipal solids. The policy mandates the ULBs to;
• Keep “Wet” & “Dry” waste streams separately
• Doorstep collection of segregated “wet” waste
• Organic / bio-degradables to be Composted
• Inorganics / Recyclables – assist informal sector recycling value chain
• Compost Rejects, Hazards & Inerts only to be Landfilled*
* As per CPCB guidelines ULBs can do away with landfills by following Zero Waste initiatives
What have we done in these 14 years since MSW Rules 2K?
Almost 20 years after the plague and
14 years after MSW Rules what has changed?
Same Problem:
A hygiene challenged country! Stinking attitude towards garbage!
Same Solution:
Government works. But only if people make it work.
Clutter-free mind >>> Litter-free Town
Doubt-free mind >>> Dump-free Town
Scientific Solid Waste Management
are these the real road-blocks?
Strategy for Litter-free
& Dump-free SWRM system
100%
D-2-D
Separated
Collection
Synchronized
Enforcement
Preventive Measures to
Avoid Indiscriminate
littering
System
Positive impact
on
community health
& Environment
Processing of
Organic &
Inorganic
Resources
Institutionalized
System with
Multiple Stakeholders
for Sustainability
& Optimized
Transportation
Strategy for Litter-free & Dump-free SWRM system
Steps 1 & 2
100%
D-2-D
Separated
Collection
Synchronized
& Optimized
Transportation
System
Strategy for Litter-free & Dump-free SWRM system
Steps 3 & 4
Processing of
Organic &
Inorganic
Resources
Enforcement
Preventive Measures to
Avoid Indiscriminate
littering
PoS Cards for Sustained effort
Punitive Actions agains repeat
offenders under IPC 278 & 290
70:20:10 Model of Capacity Building Training
Change Management &
Leadership Coaching for
Sanitary Inspectors
Work Orientation
for Sanitary Supervisors
On-the-Job Demonstration Training for PHW
IEC Sustained Awareness Blitz & Rainfall model
SHG Women
& Nursing
Students
Students
Cadets Contest
Cards
FM Partner,
Media,
Hoardings &
Banners
Audio
Awareness
Religious
Leaders
Schools &
Teachers
All
Stakeholders’
Involvement
in SWRM
System
Public
Leaders
GREATER VISAKHAPATNAM MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
Zone 4 Campaign – 10th July to 7th August ‘13
A Transactional & Transformational Change
In community based
Solid Waste Resource Management
Vision for Andhra Pradesh
Vision AP State can be the first in the country to
Attempt MSW M&H Rules 2000 compliance
through Dump-free model.
No need
for Landfill
Workers
Incentivized &
Motivated
Clean
Environment
Savings for
ULB
Prevent
Communicable
Diseases
Recognition
S.A.KHADAR SAHEB
Retd. Joint Director,
MA&UD, Andhra Pradesh.
Mobile
9949683331
E-mail :
[email protected]
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