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PC-1 Solid & Liquid Waste Remediation NWFP Post Tour 111

PC-1 Solid & Liquid Waste Remediation NWFP Post Tour 111

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Modern Solid and Liquid Waste Processing
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2010
Sardar Taimur Hyat-Khan
PARC
1/7/2010
GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
 
Table of Contents
Tables:Figures:Annexures:Executive Summary:
1.Name of the project:................................................................................................12.Location:...................................................................................................................33.Authorities responsible for:4.Plan provision:5.Project objectives and its relationship with sector objectives:6.
 
Description, Justification, Technical Parameter and Technology TransferAspects: ....................................................................................................................
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6.1Solid Waste:……………………………………………………………….6.2Surface Water:…………………………………………………………6.3Soils:…………………………………………………………………….6.4Justification:………………………………………………………………6.5Benefits:……………………………………………………………….6.6Description: Historical Background:…………………………………6.7Technical Aspects:………………………………………………………..6.8Project Components:…………………………………………………..I. Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Mobilization &Awareness Raising:………………………………………………II. Composting of Municipal Solid Waste; Nutrient Enhancement& Commercial Sales:……………………………………………III. Bioremediation of Municipal Liquid Waste through WasteWater Gardens:…………………………………………………7.Capital Cost Estimates............................................................................................58.Annual Operating and Maintenance Cost after Completion of the Project......69.Demand and Supply Analysis:…………………………………………………...710.Financial Plan and Mode of Financing:…………………………………………811.Project Benefit and Analysis:…………………………………………………….12.Implementation Schedule:………………………………………………………..13.Management Structure and Manpower Requirements Including SpecializedSkills during Construction and Operational Phases:………………………….14.
 
Additional Project/Decisions Required Maximizing Socio-Economic Benefitsfrom the Proposed Project:…………………………………………………….15.
 
Certified that the Project Proposal has been Prepared on the Basis of Instructions Provided by the Planning Commission for the Preparation of PC-1 for Production Sector Project……………………………………………….
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TableExecutive Summary:Page(s)Table A
Budget by Component/ Year:
4Table B
Employment by Component:
4Table C
Employment by Job:
5Table D
Breakdown by Component/ Head/ Year:
5Table E
Breakdown by Head/ Component/ Year:
6Table F
Returns/ Bags/ Day/ pm/ pa:
6Table G
Payback & Cost after Exit:
6TablePC-1Page(s)Table 1.
Sector-Wise Allocation For On-Going And New Schemes 2009-10
7Table 2.
Sectoral Allocation Of Resources
7Table 3.
Development Budget
7Table 4.
The Looming Water Scarcity
8Table 5.
Description: Historical Background
15Table 6.
Technical Aspects: District
 
Population
 
1998 (Census)
15Table 7.
Quantification of Solid Waste by Category
16Table 8.
Component I: Work Plan (Quarterly Activities).
19Table 9.
Component I: PROJECT BUDGET DETAILS
21Table 10.
Component II: Work Plan (Quarterly Activities).
24Table 11.
Component II: PROJECT BUDGET DETAILS
25Table 12:
Biodegradable Waste Quantities by City
31Table 13.
MDGs
42Table 14.
Targets
43Table 15.
Component III: Work Plan (Quarterly Activities).
43Table 16.
Component III: P ROJECT BUDGET DETAILS
44Table 17.
Root Depth for Selected Phytoremediation Plants:
45Table 18.
Phytoremediation Overview:
47Table 19.
Plants Used in Phytoremediation
48Table 20.
Summary of Bioremediation Technologies:
53Table 21.
Abbreviations:
53Table 22.
Processes occurring in Treatment of Waste:
54Table 23.
Performance of New Generation Reed Bed Systems
57Table 24.
Means for Total Phosphorus (TP) and Total Nitrogen (TN)
58Table 25.
Means for Total Phosphorus (TP) and Total Nitrogen (TN)
58Table 26.
Transformed standard errors for TP and TN
59Table 27.
The means for Cu and Zn
59Table28.
Load/ Removal Rates for Reed-Beds
59Table 29.
Effluents Treated from Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plants
62Table 30.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS
66Table 31.
Component IV: Work Plan (Quarterly Activities).
68Table 32.
Component IV: PROJECT BUDGET DETAILS
68Table 33.
PCU Employment Details
69Table 34.
PCU: BUDGET DETAILS
70Table 35.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS :
70Table 36.
District wise Sale of Fertilizers, in NWFP, 2004-05 to 2006-07
Table 37.
District Wise Land Utilization Statistics in NWFP, (2007-08)Project Component Cost Details
Executive Summary:
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