Management of Municipal Solid Waste

CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD (Ministry of Environment & Forests) Parivesh Bhawan, East Arjun Nagar, DELHI-110 032

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IMPLEMENTATION STATUS OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MANAGEMENT & HANDLING) RULES, 2000.

1.0 MSW Rules Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling)Rules, 2000 (MSW Rules) are applicable to every municipal authority responsible for collection, segregation, storage, transportation, processing and disposal of municipal solids. The Rules contains four Schedules namely;
* Schedule-I * Schedule-II * Schedule-III : Relates to implementation Schedule : Specifications relating to collection, segregation, storage, transportation, processing and disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW). : Specifications for landfilling indicating; site selection, facilities at the site, specifications for landfilling, Pollution prevention, water quality monitoring, ambient air quality monitoring, Plantation at landfill site, closure of landfill site and post care. : Indicate waste processing options including; standards for composting, treated leachates and incinerations.

* Schedule-IV

2.0 Local bodies Population >10,00,000 and above (metro only) >1,00,000 and above 50,000 – 99,999 20,000 – 49,999 10,000 – 19,999 5,000 - 9,999 > 5,000 Unclassified Class Class I Class II Class III Class IV Class V Class VI No. of Cities 35 393 401 1,115 1,344 888 191 10 4377

3.0 Authorities and Responsibilities
S.No 1 Agencies/ Authorities Municipal Authorities i. ii. Responsibility Ensuring that municipal solid wastes to be handled as per rules. Seeking authorization from State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) for setting up waste processing and disposal facility including landfills. Furnishing annual report. Complying with Schedule I, II, III and IV of the rules

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2. (i)

State

Government Overall responsibility for the enforcement of the provisions of the rules in the metropolitan cities. Overall responsibility for the enforcement of the provisions of the rules within the territorial limits of their jurisdiction.

Secretary In-Charge of Department of Development Urban

(ii)

District Magis-trates/ Deputy Commissioner

59 0.89.44 0. III & IV.865 2. Responsibility Co-ordinate with State Boards and Committees with reference to implementation and review of standards and guidelines and compilation of monitoring data.20.000 MT. ambient air leachate quality and the compost quality including incineration standards as specified under Schedule II. Prepare and submit to the CPCB an annual report with regard to the implementation of the rules.42.54 0.95.34 0. However.354 35.S.40 0.066 77.022 35. • CPCB with the assistance of NEERI has conducted survey of solid waste management in 59 cities (35 metro cities and 24 state Capitals: 2004-05) • Quantities and waste generation rate in 59 cities is as under.867 1.030 99. State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) i. ii. Laying down standards on waste processing/ disposal technologies including approval of technology.770 50.32 0.99. Prepare consolidated annual review report on management of municipal solid wastes for forwarding it to Central th Government along with its recommendations before the 15 of December every year.984 1.463 59.34 0.27 0.22 0.21. Ministry of Urban Development in its manual on solid waste management (year 2000) has estimated waste generation of 100.17 0. Issuance of authorization to the municipal authority or an operator of a facility stipulating compliance criteria and standards. iii. No Name of City Population (As per 2001 census) 10.555 1. 4.32. iii.985 1. S.119 29.19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Kavaratti Gangtok Itanagar Daman Silvassa Panjim Kohima Port Blair Shillong Simla Agartala Gandhinagar Dhanbad Pondicherry Imphal . Km) 4 15 22 7 17 69 30 18 10 20 63 57 24 19 34 Waste Quantity (TPD) 3 13 12 15 16 32 13 76 45 39 77 44 77 130 43 Waste Generation Rate (kg/c/day) 0.0 Waste Generation and Composition • Total quantity of waste generated in the country (based on weighment exercise by local bodies) is not reported.492 Area (Sq.30 0.76 0. Monitor the compliance of the standards regarding ground water.39 0.No 3 Agencies/ Authorities Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) i. 4. ii.258 2.42 0.998 1.

74.48 0.51.282 8.57 0.452 117 102 67 127 98 56 135 142 114 218 224 58 341 52 107 134 77 105 71 110 216 142 269 80 64 140 240 107 159 286 130 218 310 518 112 244 267 191 169 226 174 187 1483 57 215 131 207 400 184 234 171 326 166 208 374 428 275 530 216 438 207 509 584 448 490 200 425 338 654 357 511 735 574 557 504 475 904 1000 1175 1100 1302 2187 1669 3036 2653 5922 0.37.85.393 9.08.75.645 45.38.48.20 0.21 0.31 0.69.236 10.01.36 0.28.16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Aizwal Jammu Dehradun Asansol Kochi Raipur Bhubaneswar Tiruvanantapuram Chandigarh Guwahati Ranchi Vijaywada Srinagar Madurai Coimbatore Jabalpur Amritsar Rajkot Allahabad Vishakhapatnam Faridabad Meerut Nashik Varanasi Jamshedpur Agra Vadodara Patna Ludhiana Bhopal Indore Nagpur Lucknow Jaipur Surat Pune Kanpur Ahmedabad Hyderabad Banglore Chennai Kolkata Delhi 2.26.20.57 0.06.440 9.41 0.227 13.25 0.25 0.77.98.67 0.37 0.58 0.280 3.44 0.03.484 9.31 0.67.39 0.895 8.575 24.25 0.515 8.066 21.882 9.46 0.37 0.05.43.467 14.39 0.09.30 0.835 25.585 43.06.674 4.72.40 0.23 0.22 0.82.52.30 0.42 0.47.19 0.38 0.40 0.46 0.135 13.95.43.713 12.354 14.68.39 0.53 0.62 0.938 10.968 20.51 0.575 6.59 0.918 11.032 7.337 35.876 1.444 13.927 23.959 4.772 10.093 8.33.476 9.32.862 9.747 6.57 .23 0.904 10.22.55.085 38.66.75.326 43.51.28.868 9.91.52 0.473 25.44 0.75.44.983 8.43 0.439 5.30.04.45 0.66.27 0.98.58 0.

75 57.67 61.90 22.69 52.69 45.83 28.450 437 5320 0.52 52.59 Greater Mumbai 1.56 19.22 30.50 20.91 23.97 21.48 48. Based on composition/ characterization of waste.07 65.90 14.71 20.34 35.61 13.02 36.28 9.02 41.24 51.31 12.46 32.00 41.40 17.93 49.69 51.19.04 25.20 16.51 51.58 14.54 43.43 6177 55.79 25.02 13.97 17.02 29.69 14.70 18.44 22.45 • Characterisation of waste is necessary to know changing trends in composition of waste.66 17.22 36.76 30.49 59.31 C/N Ratio 18.57 35.87 35.25 62.22 24.19 20.51 20.40 49.76 17.52 17.00 54.29 18.96 42.58 HCV* Moisture (Kcal/Kg) (%) 2242 1234 3414 2588 1281 2211 2844 1474 2736 2572 2427 698 591 1846 3766 3766 1782 2445 1156 591 1273 742 2378 1408 1519 1060 1910 1264 1813 2381 2051 1836 687 1180 1602 1319 25 44 50 53 42 47 65 63 63 60 60 24 50 54 40 43 40 60 54 50 29 59 60 64 61 49 46 61 46 54 35 61 17 18 53 34 • S.16 24.81 72.22 223. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 .57 34.86 23. appropriate selection of waste processing technologies could be selected.64 13. Waste characterisation in 59 cities is indicated below: Name of City Kavarati Gangtok Itanagar Daman Silvassa Panjim Kohima Port Blair Shillong Simla Agartala Gandhinagar Dhanbad Pondicherry Imphal Aizwal Jammu Dehradun Asansol Kochi Raipur Bhubaneswar Tiruvananthapuram Chandigarh Guwahati Ranchi Vijaywada Srinagar Madurai Coimbatore Jabalpur Amritsar Rajkot Allahabad Visakhapatnam Faridabad Compostables (%) 46.20 23.20 19.88 28.67 27.37 50.36 10.68 22.02 58.96 60.25 15.86 22.36 16.94 11.48 20.01 46.23 33.77 30.50 35.34 51.08 19.33 57.86 17.06 Recyclables (%) 27.52 16.34 27.49 45.18 53.32 50.20 16.68 13.60 71.45 26.05 18.96 57.24 23.21 19.06 58.57 22.08 18.30 46.61 17.27 36.78.

96 49.52 40.32 22.93 11.96 25.64 29.50 12.16 35.25 31.48 15.43 16.10 11.41 43.57 15.53 15.84 41.44 48.34 50.12 29.33 12.60 22.65 21.17 21.66 19.30 26.69 15.18 43.34 11.43 51.81 54.50 56.41 47.79 14.69 21.52 16.37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Meerut Nasik Varanasi Jamshedpur Agra Vadodara Patna Ludhiana Bhopal Indore Nagpur Lucknow Jaipur Surat Pune Kanpur Ahemdabad Hyderabad Bangalore Chennai Kolkata Delhi Greater Mumbai 54.37 21.24 37.23 15.56 40.64 25.42 62.20 51.97 47.87 39.04 1089 2762 804 1009 520 1781 819 2559 1421 1437 2632 1557 834 990 2531 1571 1180 1969 2386 2594 1201 1802 1786 32 62 44 48 28 25 36 65 43 31 41 60 21 51 63 46 32 46 55 47 46 49 54 .56 54.20 19.66 11.62 52.81 34.21 16.40 19.44 47.41 45.80 52.34 18.54 27.54 39.29 42.58 29.52 45.53 12.38 47.57 19.36 46.87 62.44 10.90 35.11 17.

0 STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MSW RULES Assessment of status of solid waste management is based on annual reports being furnished by local bodies to State Pollution Control Boards and forwarding consolidated Annual Report to CPCB. storage and transportation. Puttur. Mangalore. storage and transportation is given in AnnexureII.3 • Disposal of waste is still continued through open dumping.2 • Implementation of Schedule-II Efforts are being made by many local bodies for creating awareness in the citizens for ensuing proper management of waste including systematization of procedures relating to waste collection. Ankola. 5. Sonpeth.1 Authorizations • • Details on authorization granted by SPCBs is given in Annexure-I. As per information of State Boards. Except SPCBs Gujarat. It has been observed that collection of waste from door-step is the most critical issue in the entire management of MSW. landfills have been reported as ‘constructed’ at. The efforts made by local bodies for bringing improvement in waste collection. At other places.238 answered on 29. segregation. 2007. will send their consolidated report for the year before 15th September to CPCB.08. However. present Annual Report of 2005-06 is prepared.2007. Implementation of Schedule-III (Landfilling) • • • • 5.Surat. Maharashtra and Karnataka. Ambad. As of 31st December. However. in terms of adhering with stipulated schedule.5. landfills are under construction/ or planning stage. Alang. Bangalore. segregation. other State Boards have not issued authorizations to the majority of local bodies in their respective states. A status indicating information on landfill is given at Annexure-III 2 . delay has been observed. Nashik. CPCB could receive Annual reports only from 17 SPCBs/PCCs. such efforts are either restricted to a few localities/ wards within the town or a few ULBs taken up such efforts at entire town level. Based on information received from 18 SPCBs and the response received with reference to Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 5. Cleanliness varies from town-to-town depending on the initiatives taken by that local body. ANNUAL REPORT: 2006-07 Local bodies are required to forward Annual report for each year to SPCBs/PCCs before 30th June every year and SPCBs in turn. Karwar.

Statewise information on existing/proposed waste processing plants or where some initiatives have been taken is given at Annexure-IV. In many States. Objective of the scheme is to demonstrate implementation of MSW Rule in an integrated manner. several towns have responded that there is partial composting/ vermi-composting facilities.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 State West Bengal UT Chandigarh Tamil Nadu Kerala Himachal Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Nagaland Maharashtra Arunachal Pradesh Sikkim Tripura Gujarat Town North Dum-Dum New Barrakpore Chandigarh Udumalpet Kozhikode (MoEF) Mandi Suryapet Kohima Jalna Itanagar South West District Agartala AUDA (MoEF) Salient features of the Demo-schemes are placed at Annexure-V 3 . Some of the initiatives taken are briefly summarized as under: 6. pyrolysis etc. • • 6. The scheme is based on cost sharing basis where concerned local body is required to contribute 50% of the total cost of the project.0 INITIATIVES AT NATIONAL LEVEL CPCB and MoEF and other Central Ministries such as Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (MNES) have taken initiatives to facilitate implementation of MSW rules. It has been observed that ‘composting’ and ‘vermi-composting’ is preferred as easy technological option by local bodies and other options like thermal processing (incineration.4 Implementation of Schedule-IV (Waste Processing) • There has been a positive movement on setting up of waste processing facilities as compared to the efforts made in the previous years.5. S. The following project have been taken up.) are not attempted due to non-availability of operating experiences. Local bodies have not so far preferred waste-to-energy projects except in the State of Andhra Pradesh.1 Demonstration Projects MoEF and CPCB have instituted a scheme for setting up of demonstration project for solid waste management in accordance with MSW Rule.

etc. State Governments and Pollution Control Boards have been requested to participate in the process of utilizing the grants and provide assistance to local bodies in preparing DPR for cities and towns 7. smaller towns preferably having population < 5 lakh could be preferred for pilot projects. similar type of Group may be set-up to assist local bodies. 2005 has circulated guidelines for preparation of DPRs and selection of technologies for processing and final disposal of MSW for different categories of towns for the benefit of State Government/ Local bodies.. Central Ministries such as Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD).3 .2 MoEF and CPCB may continue the on-going scheme on Demo-Pilot Projects for at least one to two towns in each State in addition to the recommended grants under Twelfth Finance Commission to the States.1 RECOMMENDATIONS/PROPOSALS FOR CONSIDERATION At Central level in appropriate Ministry. Ministry of Urban Development on 6th October. a Cell may be designated to provide assistance to the State governments and UT administrations enabling them to take decisions on implementation of MSW Rules particularly relating to setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities.0 7. Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) may continue to provide assistance to the States in terms of technical assistance and in selection of appropriate technologies relating to waste processing and disposal including facilitating States in seeking private sector participation.2 Utilisation of Grants Under 12th Finance Commission The Twelfth Finance Commission has recommended devolution of grants for Urban Local Bodies to the tune of Rs. However. may be widely circulated to the local bodies. States may evolve Plans and Policy to provide technological and financial assistance to the local bodies.6. The emphasis has also be given to implement various activities of solid waste system through private sector participation. Indicative guidelines on selection of waste processing and disposal technological options. At State level. etc.5000 crores for the period 205-2010 of which Rs. 7.2500 crores have to be devolved upon local bodies exclusively for setting-up of solid waste management systems in Urban areas to ensure management of MSW in accordance with MSW Rules. 7. model agreements for Private sector participation in solid waste management. The proposed action will help States in proper utilization of grants under the schemes like Twelfth Finance Commission.

4 7. The recommendations of Expert Group will be useful to States while taking decisions on selection of waste processing technologies and particularly with reference to wasteto-energy projects.6 7. States may target to achieve for covering major local bodies in ensuing their compliance to MSW rules taking benefit of grants released and also meeting balance out of own resources of local bodies through State Plan. 2005 (brought out with reference to MNRE Order dated 19. This report has brought out various relevant issues on composting particularly technical and financial requirements for setting up of compost plant and will be useful to State Govts. A report of the expert committee for inspection and evaluation of the project for energy recovery from MSW at Lucknow. MNRE may consider to set-up waste-to-energy demo projects. Promotion of regional facilities (common facilities) for setting-up of waste processing and disposal facilities.7 - 7.2005 (in the matter of WPC 888/96). of West Bengal) and evolve state level policies (like Rajasthan.4 Ministry of Urban Development may follow-up on implementation of the report of an Inter-ministerial task force on integrated plant nutrient management using city compost which has been filed in the Hon’ble Supreme Court on 06. local bodies and other concerned agencies to refer before taking final decisions. Andhra Pradesh.8 Pollution Control Boards/Local Bodies/ State Governments who have taken initiatives in preparing action plans for solid waste management in metro cities and State Capitals ( in pursuance with Supreme Court order dated 04.05. 7.04.9 . During the Eleventh Plan period. MoEF may consider to suitably amend the Schedule-I of MSW rules while taking view on funds being provided under the Twelfth Finance Commission (TFC) which are to be utilized during 2005-2010 Specific issues requiring consideration while amending MSW rules may include . Karnataka.5 7.05.2005) may be circulated to State Governments for their reference. may get Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) formulated for each metro city and State Capital and initiate implementation. Aviation authorities may issue appropriate guidelines to States while deciding for identification of sites for waste processing and disposal. WPC 888/96).10. Maharashtra and others) and providing technical/ financial guidance to local bodies in their State/UT. In accordance with Hon’ble Supreme Court directives. 7. State governments may set up solid waste mission (as set up by Govt.

7. 7. Providing prescription of packages for waste processing and disposal in Defence/Railway and other set-up like Cantonment Boards. Annual reports of local bodies and initiatives taken on web site for public benefit.11 (b) 6 .10 Dissemination of information through Electronic media including mass awareness campaigns and seeking private sector participation in solid waste management should be continued activity. (a) Setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities at hilly states and particularly at Defence bases. Pollution Control Boards/ State Urban Development Departments may place consolidated status on solid waste management (may also include other sanitation issues of state). Specific attention is required on.

Bangalore. Jodhpur.3 • Implementation of Schedule-IV. Himachal Pradesh. Maharashtra and West Bengal have been covered for authorizations by the respective SPCBs. Gujarat. State level policies have been formulated by the States of Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal for setting up of compost plants. Nashik. Maharashtra and West Bengal have taken steps to set up compost plants. Gujarat. • 1. Alang.SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REPORT. landfill facilities have been constructed at. State and District Level to assist local bodies in organizing themselves to comply with the Rules. North Dum-Dum and New Barrackpore and Chandigarh.1 Observations/ Findings of Annual Report -2006-07 Authorizations State-wise response of local bodies for seeking authorizations from SPCBs and PCCs varies from State to State.0 . except at four locations in Andhra Pradesh. • 2. 1. Overall Implementation Status Unless. it will be difficult to achieve satisfactory compliance. Viziaanagaram (AP). Regarding waste-to-energy projects. Sonpeth. Regional/common landfill facilities are under construction at Ahemdabad. There is need to develop good and adequate private entrepreneurship to participate in waste management to cover the country. Karwar. 1. no other States have reported for setting-up of such Plants. Guiding Groups/Cells are set-up at Central. Karnataka.Sirsa and Ambala. Himachal Pradesh.‘Landfilling’ As per information provided by SPCBs. Ankola. Puttur. Tripura.2 Implementation of Schedule-III “Setting up of Waste Processing Facilities” • States like Andhra Pradesh. Ambad. Majority of local bodies existing in the state of Andhra Pradesh. and a few projects in Karnataka and Kerala. Mangalore. Karnataka. Surat. 2006-07 1.

of local bodies Authorisations granted during 2006-07 No. of applications Nos Granted Cumulative valid authorization 01 93 (66+27) INR 23 Nil 2 58 Nil 03 13 142 Nil 41 INR INR 226 08 Nil 85 246 Nil 2 01 01 11 3 27 15 Nil 62 13 INR 1 49 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Andaman Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh Chhatisgarh Daman Diu Delhi Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Puducherry Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal 01 124 INR 85 122 1 110 03 03 13 174 68 56 INR INR 226 58 1 339 252 09 07 01 06 103 15 103 183 01 719 13 INR 68 126 Nil 56 INR 2 42 2 Nil Nil 03 13 6 Nil 56 (18+38) INR INR 226 09 Nil 46 93 Nil Nil Nil 01 05 Nil 27 22 Nil 17 13 INR 35 104 Nil 27 INR 1 Nil 2 01 Nil 03 13 1 Nil 28(11+17) INR INR 226 03 Nil 29 79 Nil Nil Nil 01 Nil Nil 27 06 Nil 17 13 INR 1 49 INR - Information not received .Annexure-I Status of Authorisations granted by SCPBs/PCCs S. No States/UTs No.

Nahan. Nalagarh Una and Mandi Himirpur INR INR INR INR Mangalore. Bunter. Kullu/ Dharamsala. Nirmal Nagar Bangalore (8 ULBs) 16 12 25 units Nil 4 67 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil INR INR Nil 7 (25 units) INR INR Nil 1 Nil 36 8 1 . Palampur Solan. Valsod New ULBs Vadodara identified for vermicompost and 34 ULBs for composting Nil Nil Shimla.Annexure-IV(a) Implementation Status of Schedule IV S.No States Compost Plants Commissioned Vermi compost Planned/ proposed/ UC Nil Commissioned Nil Planned 1 2 Andaman Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Nil Vijaywada. 70 de. Poonta. 96ULBs+31 Rajkot.Ramgundam.15 in Panda centrlaised composting plants in Panjim Ahemdabad.Manali.Man depet. Dibrugarh Silchar Sibsagar Nil Nil Nil Nil 12 12 Nil Nil Delhi (2) Nil In Vasco.Adilabad INR Kamroop Nil 3 4 Arunachal Pradesh Assam INR INR INR Nil 5 6 7 8 9 10 Bihar Chandigarh Chhatisgarh Daman Diu Delhi Goa 11 Gujarat 12 13 Haryana Himachal Pradesh 14 15 16 17 18 19 J&K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep Madhya Pradesh Guwhati.Kangra/ Nagrota.Surya pet.Kadapa.

Kh owai.Janjira.Kanalpur Ranibazar Udaipur Nil Beleniga Kumarghat 32 Uttrakhand Nil Pithoragarh. Kolhapur.No States Compost Plants Commissioned Vermi compost Commissioned Ambernath Planned 20 Maharashtra 21 Manipur Planned/ proposed/ UC 12 Akola. Uttarkashi Nainital + 7 28 Nil 33 34 Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Kolkata ULBs 05 Nil 2 . Dharmanag ar. Baramati Pimpri-Chincha.Jalana wad. Ahemdnagar Nil Imphal Shegaon.Pune. MuradNavapur. Nashik. Namakkal Nil Tura Nil Kohima 14 1+ Nil Nil Nil Nil Bishnupur Thousbal. Mira-Bhayander. Ambad. Sonpath. Morch Jin Kakching Tura Nil Nil 1 Nil 1+ 5 All proposed under 12th FC Nil Nil Nil Nil 29 30 31 Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tirpura Udumalpet Agartala Nil Nil Amapur. Karaikal.S. Pondharpur Bhandara Dahanu Panvel Nil 22 23 24 25 26 Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Puducherry 27 28 Punjab Rajasthan Shillong Nil Nil (2) Puri Paradeep Puducherry. Outgaret.Nagpur. Nedungadu Nil Vijaywada Suryapet Kadapa Mandapet Ramgundram Adilabed Tiruppur.

Bio gas Plants . Guntur (RDF).Information not received ** .No 1 2 States/UTs Andaman Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Waste to Energy Projects Commissioned Planned Nil Nil Hyderabad(RDF).Vijaywada 45 (7 WTE for 3.Annexure IV(b) SETTING UP OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECTS S. ULBS) Vijaywada (Bio-methanisation) INR * INR Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil INR INR Nil 15 ** Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 2 Nil Nil Nil Nil INR Nil Nil Nil One-under construction Nil Nil One planned for Panjim Nil INR INR Bangalore 3 ** Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 1 (Cuttak + Bhubanesar) Nil Nil 2 Nil Nil Nil Nil INR Nil 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh Chattishgarh Daman Diu Delhi Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jharkhand Jammu & Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Kohima Lakshadweep Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Meghalaya Orissa Punjab Puducherry Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal INR* .9 (RDF).

Navapur. Nil 305 241 21 Manipur One each(6) 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Mizoram Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Puducherry Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Jodhpur Nil Nil Nil INR Nil Under construction ND&NB Nil 04 01 51 Nil 1 152 1 104 8 INR Nil 30 . March Nil Shillong Kohima 03 Nil Puducherry Proposed in 14 towns South-West District of Sikkim Namakkal.Meu rd-Janjira. of identified 1 61 (ULBs) INR Nil - sites 66 01 (Dadra) Nil 13 142 1 35 52 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Lakshadweep Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra INR INR Nil Bangalore. Ankola Nil 22 Nasik.Kun dapur. Chamba. Pimpri Chinchawad Imphal.Kakching.Chowari. Thoubal.Dandeli.Udupi and Chickmngalore Nil 130 Jalna.Bhatkal.Hyderabad. Ambala.Sonpeth Ambad Nil INR INR 53 Remaining 213 local bodies have identified the sites.Bishuper. Udumalpet Agartala INR Nil 30 at No. Gurgaon Shimla. Alang Nil Sirsa None Initiatives taken Port Blair Suryapet.Puttur.Annexure-III SETTING UP OF LANDFILL FACILITIES FOR WASTE DISPOSAL S. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 States/UTs Andaman Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Bihar Chandigarh Chhatisgarh Daman Diu Delhi Goa Gujarat Guwahati Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jharkhand J&K Kerala Karnataka Landfill constructed Nil Vizianagaram INR Nil Site under construction Nil Nil Nil Nil Surat. Mangalore Karwar.Tiruppur.Jin.Pune. Palampur INR INR Kozhikode Sirsi.Vizanagaram INR Nil Nil Daman & DNH Nil Nil Common site for 12 ULBs of AUDA Nil Faridabad.Nalagarh.Hissar. Vijaywada. No.

Dimapur Yet to be started Being proposed at Mandi Gobindgarh and Kartarpur Puducherry. Navsari. Ooty and others Partially done at Agartala Lucknow. Rewa.Annexure-II Implementation Status of Schedule-II S. Nasik. Surat. Initiated in some of the Wards at :Shillong.Himmatnagar. Namakkal. Yet to be started On-going in some of the zones and transportation is Panjim and in other towns. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 States/UT Local bodies taken initiatives for improving collection. Amarkantak. Silchar Yet to be started House-to-house collection of waste widely practiced. Ujmariya. (Pune.Modasa. Mumbai and others) Yet to be started Initiated for Aizwal.Udumalpet.) • House-to-house collection of waste is started in 3139 Wards out of 4493 and segregation of waste is started in 1932 Wards Local bodies at several places have organized collection of MSW by house-to-house collection by using Ghanta Gadies and collection bins. Indore. Gwalior. Baghmora. Alang. 73 local bodies have taken initiatives (Ahemdabad. Chandi. Bejalpur. Nagpur. Kohima. Tura. Itanagar-Naharlagun Guwhati.Mandi and Hamirpur INR INR Initiated by 60 ULBs Many towns are covered Kavarati • 33 local bodies have taken some initiatives (Bhopal. Resubelpara. etc. Vasal Initiated at Shimla. Nadiad. Initiated by 58 local bodies. segregation. Gandhinagar. Kanpur (in selected wards) Pithoragarh Andaman Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh Chhatisgarh Daman Diu & DNH Delhi Goa Gujarat 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Haryana Himachal Pradesh J&K Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep Madhya Pradesh 20 Maharashtra 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Manipur Mizoram Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Puducherry Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarnachal . Karaikal 14 ULBs have taken steps Gangtok and S-W Districts Tiruppur. Williamnagar. storage and Transportation of waste At Port Blair covering 21000 houses House-to-house collection started in all the local bodies. Shahdol. Jowai.

English Bazar. South Dum Dum. 119 have taken some initiatives. Madhyamgrams. Kharagpur.Siliguri. North Dum Dum. Rajpur-Sonarpur. Uttarpara-Kottang. Rishra. Nalsadwip. Balurghat . Howrah. New Barrackpore. Bidhannagar. Bhadreshwar. North Barrackpore. Naihati. Suri.No 34 States/UT West Bengal Local bodies taken initiatives for improving collection. • House-to-house collection of waste (>50% coverage) for Barrackpore. Kulti. Kandi. storage and Transportation of waste • Out of 126 local bodies. Rajarhat-Gopalpur. Dum Dum. Cooch Behar. Kamarhati Kacharapara.S. Bally. Kolkata. segregation. Khardaha.

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Phase-II under construction Waste collection and transportation covered for 80% town. 10. storage.000 300 20 (61 sectors) 3 Udumalpet (Tamil Nadu) 7. 22.09. No City/Town Area of City/ Town (sq. 4 Kohima (Nagaland) 30 78.41 58.89 Population Quantity of waste generation (MT/day) 70 25 No.4. Work relating to Processing and Disposal is in progress After procurement of tools/equipment. Site for landfilling and processing is identified. storage and 18 mths Transportation (Schedule-II) Phase-II -Total Project : Waste collection.2. 70% completed under Phase-I.10.00.04 segregation.584 35 19 . waste collection is spread over the town. transportation.Annexure-V SUMMARY OF DEMO PROJECT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF MSW RULES S. 16. km) 26.893 30 33 Phase-I: Waste Collection. segregation and transportation Phase-II : DPR to be received on disposal 12.03 Segregation.05 36 mths Completed Phase-II under implementation Under implementation.03 segregation.04. Storage and 18 mths transportation (Schedule-II) -Phase-II: Waste Processing and Disposal Phase-I: Waste collection.45 16. . 24 mths Processing and disposal Phase-I : Waste collection. of Wards Project components for DemoProject Date of start & Duration Remarks 1 North Dum Dum & Barrackpore (West Bengal) 220000 83000 30 19 2 Chandigarh (UT) 114 9.

000 Quantity of waste generation (MT/day) 24 No.01. storage and transportation has been completed.84 3. transporttation. No City/Town 5 Mandi (Himachal Pradesh) Area of City/ Town (sq. Site for landfill is under acquisition. 36 mths storage and transportation Work relating to waste collection.16. of Wards Project components for DemoProject Date of start & Duration 14. segregation.02.05 36 mths Remarks 13 6 Suryapet (Andhra Pradesh) 34 1.06 collection. km) 4.67.822 200 35 Phase-I: Waste 07.02. Tools/equipment (partially) processed and wards in central area selected for execution of waste handling. segregation.09. Vermicomposed plant has been set up.000 42 42 59 (35+24) -- Total scheme: Total Scheme: 12.000 50 18 Total Scheme 10 Agartala (Tripura) 58.87 2.06 24 mths 9 70.06 24 mths 08.35. storage and transportation. processing and disposal Tools/equipment are under procurement 22. Phase-II: DPR for Processing and disposal to be prepared Total Scheme: Waste collection.09.06 24 mths 12. Tools/equipments are under procurement and action plans prepared for setting up of compost plant. S. Tools/ equipment under procurement. storage. segregation. ..26 Population 35.03.2. segregation.000 32 34 Phase-I: Waste collection.01. Action Plan prepared for waste handling and steps are planned for setting up of waste processing and disposal facility.05 24 mths 7 8 Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) South –West Districts of Sikkim Jalna (Mahaashtra) 135 50 100000 1.

Phase-II: DPR to be prepared for waste processing and disposal Plans finalized for setting up of compost plant and landfill facility. .

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2000 in selected towns/ cities of the country. 3 Tamil Nadu Udumalpet • Push-carts and tricycles are used in doorto-door primary collection of waste. rallies. The implementation status is as under. 2 UT Chandigarh Chandigarh • Closure/Capping of existing landfill: the Civil Works like cutting. are put in use for mechanical waste handling and transportation. • Source segregation is being practiced with two-bin system.0 DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has sanctioned and has been monitoring various demonstration facility projects on municipal solid waste management for implementing Municipal Solid Waste (Management & Handling) Rules. • Compost plant is in operational for waste processing. • Procured 10 lit. • Procured MS container for secondary storage at community level. Construction of bunds and lying of HDPE liners are in progress. • Dumper placer. The work of storm water drains is in advance stage of completion. • Progress not received. cleanliness drive. CPCB is monitoring the progress regularly. • Procured land for construction of landfill site. • Procured Hand-carts. 2007 Approach road to the landfill Cell-1 is in progress.6. etc. etc.No 1 State West Bengal Town North Dum-Dum New Barrakpore • • • Status as on 30th November. The demoprojects are being executed through concerned Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) under the supervision of respective State Pollution Control Boards. S. bins for shops. 4 5 Kerala Himachal Pradesh Kozhikode Mandi . compaction. banner. wheel barrows and other tools/tackles for primary collection. dozing. tractors. Lying of Geo-synthetic liner work started. pamphlets. • Construction of new landfill: Civil works upto to ridge & valley completed. Landfill Cell-1 is under construction. • Street sweeping is done with long handled broom. • Mass awareness carried out through printing. Completed construction of 25 sheds for housing 75 vermin-compost beds. etc completed. • Procured dumper placer for Transportation. of Twin-bins for source segregation and distributed to 8000 families and procured 100lit.

• Procured twin bins for household collection of segregated waste. • Public Awareness and documentation through print and electronic media. • Prepared billboards. BMW and slaughter -house waste management. • Undertaken preparation of DPR for plastic waste.No 6 State Andhra Pradesh Town Suryapet Status as on 30th November.S. • MS-containers are being procured for secondary collection and transportation. • Construction work of Compost plant has been awarded to KCDC and landfill design works are finalized for awarding to private firms. Pushcarts. • Procured color-coded bins for tricycles. 9 Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar 10 Sikkim South West Districts 11 Tripura Agartala . 7 Nagaland Kohima 8 Maharashtra Jalna • Tender floated for execution of the project. • Supply order placed for Litterbins. community bins. wheel barrows. • Site identified for compost plant and landfill. • Procured Push-Carts for primary collection in narrow lane. • Public awareness initiated through printed and electronic media. • Procured Tractor-trolleys for transportation of waste. • • • • • Procured & Distributed litterbins to 19 wards for primary collection. tricycles and other tools/tackles for primary collection of waste. • No physical progress has been reported. electronic media for Mass awareness. • Procured Push-carts. Land identified for waste processing and landfill site. etc. • Procured JCB. 2007 • Procured twin-bins for 28 wards for source segregation and door-to-door collection. • Landfill construction is under planned. • Developed Vermi-Compost plant without O&M cost for waste processing. Tipper and utility trucks for transportation of waste. posters and audiovisual media for mass awareness. Procured tool/tackles including Push-carts for door-to–door collection. Procured 2 Tipper trucks for waste transportation. • Procured dumper placer for mechanized waste handling and transporting. • Acquired land at Nagicherra for proposed compost plant and landfill. Prepared billboards.

No 12 Gujarat State Town Clusters of municipalities in Ahemdabad Status as on 30th November.S. around 15% of the works have completed. • The construction work of compost plant is under progress. 2007 • The construction work of landfill Cell-1 has been completed including two leachate collection sumps. .

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