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Tay Son - Action Plan

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People’s Committee
 of BINH DINH Province
WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION PPMU
Project Management Unit
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EPTEMBER
2010
EP&T
Proposal
for performing “
Consultancy on DevelopingSolid Waste Management Detailed Plans for the fourDistricts of Hoai Nhon, Phu My, An Nhon and Tay Son
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People’s Committee
 of BINH DINH Province
 
WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION PPMU
 
DECEMBER
 
2011
EP&T
TAY SON
ACTION PLAN FOR THE DSWMP
 
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Tay Son DSWMP Action Plan3
1.
 
INTRODUCTION
The District Action Plan describes the main activities required to implement the
District Solid WasteManagement Plan
. The Action Plan covers a 5‐year period and addresses the following issues:
 
 
The set-up a District Solid Waste Management Board;
 
Setting up a Waste Resource Centre
 
The establishment of the Environmental Communication Teams;
 
Taking the necessary decisions by authorities and permitting activities;
 
For the domestic solid waste management system at the source level: Ensure (1) wastegeneration minimisation at source by reuse and recycling, home composting, etc., (2) dispose of waste on time and in the right place, (3) polluter pays fee for collection and transportation of waste;
 
Improve domestic solid waste collection and transportation system by investing in a sufficientnumber of good quality waste collection and transportation equipment to ensure a reliablewaste collection from the serviced areas;
 
Minimise environmental impacts from any dumpsite and/or use a modern sanitary landfill;
 
For the healthcare waste management system ensure that infectious waste is collected from allsources and treated in accordance with the Ministry of Health regulations;
 
For industrial solid waste management ensure that these are handled properly within the waste
generator’s premises.
 
2.
 
MAIN ACTIVITIES
To successfully implement the
District Solid Waste Management Plan
, a number of activities arerequired over the coming years. These are discussed in the following sections.
2.1.
 
Establish a District Solid Waste Management Board
A District Solid Waste Management Board
will be formed under the District People’s Committee. This
Board will be responsible for all aspects of the implementation of the
District Solid Waste Management Plan.
It is expected that Working Groups will be formed under this Board to execute the various aspects,such as establishing composting at source and establishing a sanitary landfill. The District Solid WasteManagement Board should include all stakeholde
rs inclusive of the District People’s Committee (chair),
Office of Urban Management, Infrastructure Economics Office, Office of Natural Resources andEnvironment, waste management company(ies), industrial zones and clusters, District Healthauthorities, hospitals, Management Unit for Industrial Clusters & Handicraft Villages, town authorities,
commune authorities, ward authorities, education department, Women’s Union and the PPMU.
The District Solid Waste Management Board will be responsible for ensuring that there are sufficientrevenues and funds available to establish and subsequently operate the solid waste managementsystems in a sustainable manner. The District Solid Waste Management Board is the central authoritythat ensures that all stakeholders work smoothly together toward the common goal of improving thesolid waste management system within the District. It provides the decision making whenever thevarious parties cannot agree on the distribution of responsibility and financial burdens. The District SolidWaste Management Board also provides the forum that can ensure a close cooperation between thedifferent actors and offers a forum for public participation.The District Solid Waste Management Board can establish working groups covering more specific topicsunder the District Solid Waste Management Plan. Areas that should be covered by various WorkingGroups include:
 
Funding of all activities and Fee Collection

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