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Presentation on

Solid Waste
Management in M.P.

Solid Waste
It is defined as :
Non liquid, non soluble material ranging from
municipal garbage to industrial waste that contain
complex and hazardous substances.

Municipal Solid Waste


Household

waste
Construction and demolition debris
Sanitation residue
Waste from streets

Municipal Solid Waste Management


Collection
Transportation
Segregation
Recycling
Disposal

Act. MSW Management and Handling - 2000

Important Policy, Landmarks and Initiatives by


Government of India on Solid Waste Management

Current Schemes in MP
1.
2.

Regional Integrated solid waste management


project Sagar
Chief Ministers Urban Sanitation Mission

Regional Integrated Solid Waste Management


Project Sagar

State Government Vision Document 2018 emphasizes on Solid Waste


Management implementation in all ULBs of the State.

Government of MP has decided to implement SWM in all ULBs in next


three years.

As a first step, the Go-MP has decided to implement SWM at Sagar.

The scope includes door to door collection, transportation, segregation,


scientific treatment and disposal (at regional ISWM Facility in Sagar) of
municipal solid waste generated in all the 10 ULBs with proposed
Satellite Facilities at Khurai, Rehli and Banda.

About Project Cost


Total project cost is estimated at INR 70.54Crores
Stakeholder INR Crores (figures Rounded off)
Grant from DFID (20%)
14.11
to ULBs
Grant from Go-MP (20%)
14.11
to ULBs
Concessional/Soft Loan
21.16
from MPUIF (30%) to ULBs
Private Operator
21.16 + Cost Overrun, if any
Share (30%)

Chief Ministers Urban Sanitation


Mission
To

develop the process of door to door collection of

municipal waste.
To

develop the systematic transportation facility for the

collected municipal waste.


To

ensure availability of maximum resources by the means

of recycling and manure formation etc.


To

promote the local land fillings for the scientific disposal

of waste.

Physical Target ( For the period of 5 Years)


Activity
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Collection

Segregation

Transportation

Treatment

Scientific
Disposal

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Total

Target
Population
(Lacks)

56

56

48

160

Number of
ULBs

130

130

100

360

Target
Population

56

56

48

160

Number of
ULBs

130

130

100

360

Target
Population

56

56

48

160

Number of
ULBs

130

130

100

360

Target
Population

14

62

62

22

160

Number of
ULBs

20

150

150

40

360

Target
Population

32

64

64

160

Number of
ULBs

60

150

150

360

Suggestions
The

involvement of people and private sector through

NGOs could improve the efficiency of SWM .


Awareness

should be created especially at primary level to

the individuals.
Door

to door collection of SW should be organized in a

more systematic manner.


Municipal

authorities should maintain proper storage

facilities to avoid unhygienic and unsanitary conditions.

Suggestions (cont)
Proper

segregation would lead to better option and

opportunities for scientific disposal of waste.


Land

filling should be restricted to non biodegradable,

inert waste and other waste that are not suitable either
for recycling or for biological processing.
Promote

use of shopping bags made of cloth or jute ,

which can be used over and over again.