NitiAayog–CentreForPolicyResearchOpenSeminar Series
 
“Conceptualising Zero-Waste in India under Swachh Bharat:
Possibil...
 
Pune’s
 Trash
 Solution
 A
 Zero
 Waste
 City
 
KUNAL KUMAR
Municipal Commissioner,
Pune Municipal Corpora...
PUNE
 CITY
 
Ø  Pune is the 8th largest city in India and the 2nd
largest in the state of Maharashtra.
Ø  Population...
BACKGROUND
 
 
Rapid
 urbanization
 
Changing
 consumer
 habits
 
Space
 constraints
 for
 
 proces...
-­‐5-­‐
 
6%
5%
3%
5%
33%
1%
25%
22%
Paper
Plastic
Metal
Glass
Organic
Leather
 /
 Rubber
Inert
 Materials
Miscell...
INTEGRATED
 SOLID
 WASTE
 MANAGEMENT
 
Nos.
 
Tipper
 Trucks
  158
 
Compactors
  12
 
Hotel
 Trucks...
OVERVIEW
 OF
 WASTE
 MANAGEMENT
 
Ø Pune
 generates
 around
 1600
 tons
 of
 solid
 waste
 per
...
Service
 Level
 
Benchmarking
 
-­‐8-­‐
 Source:
 SWM
 
 Department
 Pune
 Municipal
 Corporation
 
...
BEST
 PRACTICES
 TO
 GENERATE
 WEATH
 OUT
 OF
 
WASTE
 
 
Ø  ScientiVic
 processing
 and
 scienti...
—  Data
 collection
 for
 MIS
 using
 Mobile
 SMS
 and
 
Biometric
 attendance
 
 
—  ALERT
 G-­...
Process
 
Collection
 
Storage
 
Segregation,
 Recycle
 
&
 Reuse
 
Transportation
 
Processing
 
Scient...
Key
 Focus
 Areas
 
—  Awareness
 
 
—  Container
 free
 city
 
—  Promotion
 of
 Decentralized
 ...
Services
 Provided
 
—  Primary
 and
 secondary
 collection
 of
 waste
 
—  Segregation
 and
 storag...
Integrating
 Informal
 Sector
 –
 SWaCH
 Model
 
 
§  Pune
 city’s
 efforts
 to
 partner
 
 wit...
PMC
 -­‐
 SWaCH
 MODEL
 
Segregation
 by
 citizens
 and
 user
 fee
 
based
 model
 
Better
 cond...
New
 Portable
 Sheds
 for
 SWaCH
 
• 
 There
 are
 45
 sor+ng
 shed
 
Including
 6
 Portable
 ...
What
 is
 Zero
 Waste?
 
—  “Zero
 waste”
 means
 that
 garbage
 should
 be
 reused
 
locally
 ...
Zero
 Waste
 Model
 
30/06/15
Zero
 
Garbage
 
Improve
 
efViciency
 of
 
waste
 
collection
 
Decentr...
Zero Waste ward
v PMC
 initiated
 “Zero
 Waste
 Ward”
 model
 pilot
 
project
 in
 PMC’s
 Katraj
 w...
Key Elements Of Zero Waste Model
Social
 
Awareness
 
Economic
 
Sustainability
 of
 
 
 
Decentralized
 
...
PMC
 
Solid
 Waste
 Management
 System
 
SWaCH
 Cooperative
 
 
Door-­‐to-­‐door
 collection
 of
 ga...
Pilot project - Katraj
 
 
 
Zero
 Garbage
 
Pilot
 Project
 
 in
 
Katraj
 Ward
 
 
 
 
 ...
Containers
 
 initially
 =144
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
...
58400
 
51%
  63954
 
56%
  73566
 
65%
 
73%
 
80759
 
75%
 
84723
 
37629
 
33%
 
41342
 
36%	...
 
 
•  22354
 
properties
 
 
•  21.41
 TPD
 
Before
 the
 
Project
 
 
•  41,224
 
Properties
 
...
Zero
 Garbage
 
Project
Zero
 Garbage
 Project
Property
 Survey
 and
 division
 into
 three
 groups
(S...
AWARENESS
 PROGRAMS
 
Rallies
 and
 Meetings
 with
 housing
 societies
 
 Poster
 exhibition
 
 a...
Segregation-­‐
 Approach
 
—  PPP-­‐
 with
 help
 of
 NGOs
 and
 waste
 picker’s
 Organization
 (li...
GHANTAGADI
 ROUTE
 MAP
 
 
 
INTERMEDIATE
 
 TRANSFER
 STATION
 
CURRENT
 PROCESSING
 OF
 WASTE
 
—  Since
 June
 2010;
 scientiVic
 processing
 and
 scientiVic
 la...
Ajinkya
 Biofert
 
Disha
 Waste
 Management
 
Bio
 Methanation
 Plants
 
Description
  Value
 
Biogas
 Generation
  300+5%
 m3/day
 
CaloriVic
 Valu...
Processing-­‐
 Mechanical
 Composting
 
Sr.
 No
  Location
 of
 Biogas
 Plants
  Capacity
 of
 Plant...
ScientiVic
 Closure
 of
 MSW
 Dump
 Site
 
As per MSW Rules 2000, Scientific closure and beautification of 30 ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Reducing
 Carbon
 Emissions
 with
 Eco
 friendly
 
technologies
 
—  The
...
Zone
 
No
 
Vermicomp
osting
 Pits
 
Bio-­‐
Sanitisers
 
Bio-­‐
Methanisa
tion
 
Organic
 
Waste
 
Convert...
PPP
 Approach
 
Tax
 rebate
 given
 by
 PMC
 for
 eco-­‐friendly
 
measures
 practiced
 by
 citize...
Trainings
 
 
—  PMC
 conduct
 systematic
 
training
 of
 sanitation
 staff
 
for
 delivery
 of
 ...
Monitoring
 mechanism
 
—  Third
 party
 auditing
 
¡  Indicators
 deVined
 for
 auditing
 
¡  Based	...
ACHIEVMENT
 @
 A
 GLANCE
 
—  SWaCH
 model
 :
 
 
¡  Saved
 more
 than
 Rs.
 15
 crores
 per...
Recognition
 
 
—  Vasundhara
 Award
 2013
 by
 Maharashtra
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Pollution
 Cont...
CONCLUSION
 
Pune
 Municipal
 Corporation
 has
 a
 head
 start
 in
 MSWM
 over
 other
 
ULBs
 in...
CONCLUSION
 
—  The
 city
 has
 taken
 multi
 dimensional
 approach
 to
 
overcome
 the
 challenges...
Thank You for patiently listening…
Pune’s Trash Solution: A Zero Waste City (by Kunal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation)
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Pune’s Trash Solution: A Zero Waste City (by Kunal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation)

Presentation from the 2nd CPR-NITI Aayog Seminar on Zero Waste
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Pune’s Trash Solution: A Zero Waste City (by Kunal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation)

  • 1. NitiAayog–CentreForPolicyResearchOpenSeminar Series   “Conceptualising Zero-Waste in India under Swachh Bharat: Possibilities & Challenges”   Monday,29th June 2015,15:00–16:30 hrs   Room 122 Niti Aayog,Sansad Marg,New Delhi 110001
  • 2.   Pune’s  Trash  Solution  A  Zero  Waste  City   KUNAL KUMAR Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation
  • 3. PUNE  CITY   Ø  Pune is the 8th largest city in India and the 2nd largest in the state of Maharashtra. Ø  Population ; about 4 million Ø  Households ; nearly 1 million Ø  Area of city is 250 sq. kms. Ø  4 Zones ; 15 Administrative Ward Offices ; 76 Prabhags
  • 4. BACKGROUND     Rapid  urbanization   Changing  consumer  habits   Space  constraints  for    processing       Change  in  quality  and   composition  of  waste  generated   Innovative    and  sustainable   solutions   Segregation  at  source  and   decentralised  processing  of   waste
  • 5. -­‐5-­‐   6% 5% 3% 5% 33% 1% 25% 22% Paper Plastic Metal Glass Organic Leather  /  Rubber Inert  Materials Miscellaneous S  N   Source  of  generation   Quantity( MT)   %  of  total   1   Household   950   69.1   2   Street  sweeping  &   drainage  cleaning   140   10.2   3   Hotels  &restaurants   150   10.9   4   Markets  /  commercial   area   50   3.6   5   C  and  D  Waste   75   5.5   6   Fruit,  vegetable,  Vish   meat  market  waste   7.5   0.5   7   Biomedical  waste   1.8   0.1   Sources  and  Composition  of  MSW   Description   Percentage   Organic  Matter     45  to  50   Recyclables  from   Residential  &   Commercial     35  to  40   Inert  Material     10  to  15   Other  Parameters   •    Density   •    GCV   •    C/N       •  437  Kg/m3   •  937Kcal/Kg   •  22.85
  • 6. INTEGRATED  SOLID  WASTE  MANAGEMENT   Nos.   Tipper  Trucks   158   Compactors   12   Hotel  Trucks   23   Tractors   10   Dumper  Placers   89   Bulk  Refuse  Carrier  (B.R.C.)   65   Year   Population     Waste  Generation   (TPD)   2011   3,115,431   1374   2021   4,487,573   2677   2031   6,211,404   4125   2041   8,597,417   6071
  • 7. OVERVIEW  OF  WASTE  MANAGEMENT   Ø Pune  generates  around  1600  tons  of  solid  waste  per  day.   Ø 160  trucks  collect  waste  door-­‐to-­‐door,  collecting  an   average  of  198  tons  per  day.   Ø 847containers  and  116  compactor  buckets  dispersed   around  Pune.   Ø Ward  wise  average-­‐  350  to  750  gms  per  capita  per  day   Ø Construction  and  demolition  waste  generation  –80-­‐90   TPD   Ø Garden  waste  generation  –  50-­‐60  TPD   Ø Biomedical  waste  –  3  TPD
  • 8. Service  Level   Benchmarking   -­‐8-­‐  Source:  SWM    Department  Pune  Municipal  Corporation   •  Door-­‐to-­‐door  collection  of  waste  is   only  60%  which        needs  to  be  targeted  for   100%  in  future.   •  Extent  of  segregation  of  waste  is   44%.   §  There  is  no  Mechanism  for  disposal  of   C&D  processing  waste.       §  Issues   of   scientiVic   disposal   and   Treatment  of  e-­‐waste.     §  Present  Per  capita  per  day  waste   generation  is  441  gram.   §  Future  solid  waste  generation  for   Pune  city  is  Projected  on  the  basis   of  existing  per  capita    generation     with  annually  increase  of  1.4   percent  growth  rate  for     metropolitan  cities  in  India.     Sr.   No.   Performance  Indicator   2014-­‐15   1   Household  level  coverage  of  solid   waste  management  services   80   2   EfViciency  of  collection  of  municipal   solid  waste   100   3   Extent  of  segregation  of  municipal   solid  waste   44   4   Extent  of  municipal  solid  waste   recovered   85   5   Extent  of  scientiVic  disposal  of   municipal  solid  waste   50   6   Extent  of  cost  recovery  in  solid  waste   management  services   80   7   EfViciency  in  collection  of  solid  waste   management  charges   81   8   EfViciency  in  redressal  of  customer   complaints   91
  • 9. BEST  PRACTICES  TO  GENERATE  WEATH  OUT  OF   WASTE     Ø  ScientiVic  processing  and  scientiVic  land  Villing  of  waste     Ø  Integrating  Informal  Sector  in  Municipal  Solid  Waste   Management   Ø  Pune’s  Trash  Solution:  A  Zero  Garbage  City   Ø  Biomethanation  cum  power  generation  plants   Ø  Waste  to  energy  –  Plasma  gasiVication     Ø  Mandatory  onsite  disposal  in  post  2000  residential     and  commercial  schemes
  • 10. —  Data  collection  for  MIS  using  Mobile  SMS  and   Biometric  attendance     —  ALERT  G-­‐Complaint  Redressal  through  citizens   participation   —  Celebration  of  Ganesh  Utasav  in    Eco  friendly     manner   Ø  Sonia  gram  udyog  prakalp  for  plastic  recycling     Ø  Shredding  and  composting    of    garden  waste     BEST  PRACTICES  (CONTIN)
  • 11. Process   Collection   Storage   Segregation,  Recycle   &  Reuse   Transportation   Processing   ScientiVic   Disposal
  • 12. Key  Focus  Areas   —  Awareness     —  Container  free  city   —  Promotion  of  Decentralized  Waste  Processing   facility   —  Practice  of  three  ‘R’     —  Comprehensive  solution  for  Centralized   Waste  Processing
  • 13. Services  Provided   —  Primary  and  secondary  collection  of  waste   —  Segregation  and  storage  and  waste  reduction   at  source   —  Transportation   —  Processing  and  disposal   —  Estimate  and  analysis  of  waste   —  Waste  minimization   —  Public  awareness  and  enforcement   —  Resource  management   —  Prohibition  of  littering
  • 14. Integrating  Informal  Sector  –  SWaCH  Model     §  Pune  city’s  efforts  to  partner    with  waste  pickers   organizations      to  provide  better  service  –  2300   wastepickers  cover  about    0.4  Million  Households   §  PMC  pays  for  management  and  equipment  cost   §  Health  insurance  provided  by  PMC
  • 15. PMC  -­‐  SWaCH  MODEL   Segregation  by  citizens  and  user  fee   based  model   Better  conditions  of  work  for  waste   pickers   Cleaner  waste  for  recycling  industry   Reduction  in  municipal  expenses  for   waste  management   Compliance  of  MSW  2000  rules     Decentralized  waste  management  and   processing   Climate  change  mitigation   Poverty  Alleviation   Public  Private  Partnership   Better  waste    management
  • 16. New  Portable  Sheds  for  SWaCH   •   There  are  45  sor+ng  shed   Including  6  Portable  &  Other   • Sonia  Gram  Udyog  Prakalp    1)  Aundh  2)  Katraj  3)Yerawada   • 200  –  250  Waste  Picker   Directly  AAached  Processer     • 4  TPD  of  waste  is  Processed
  • 17. What  is  Zero  Waste?   —  “Zero  waste”  means  that  garbage  should  be  reused   locally  to  avoid  sending  the  trash  to  landVills.   ¡  Alleviates  both  environmental  issues  related  to  landVills  as  well   as  city  maintenance  costs.   —  How  to  reuse:  Enhanced  recycling  of  plastic,  glass,   metal  and  paper  and  harness  potential  of  organic   waste  through  investment  in  biogas,  composting  and   other  technologies.   ¡  Ultimate  goal:  Create  value  out  of  waste  to  produce  a  paradigm   shift  from  garbage  as  disposable  to  garbage  as  a  renewable   resource.
  • 18. Zero  Waste  Model   30/06/15 Zero   Garbage   Improve   efViciency  of   waste   collection   Decentralised   processing  of   waste   Increase  awareness   Reduce  mixed  waste     Remove  containers
  • 19. Zero Waste ward v PMC  initiated  “Zero  Waste  Ward”  model  pilot   project  in  PMC’s  Katraj  ward  in  2010   v Till  date,  the  Zero  Waste  model  has  been  rolled  out  to   20  Prabhags  covering  almost  2.61  Lacs  properties   and  roughly  8.5  lacs  residents   Based  on  its  success,  the  model  is  being  rolled  out  in  Pune   Municipal  Corporation  in  a  phased  manner.
  • 20. Key Elements Of Zero Waste Model Social   Awareness   Economic   Sustainability  of       Decentralized   Waste  management     Public  Private   Partnership   Multiple   Technologies   Zero   Garbage
  • 21. PMC   Solid  Waste  Management  System   SWaCH  Cooperative     Door-­‐to-­‐door  collection  of  garbage   Households  and  Commercial  Units   Segregation  of  garbage  at  source  into  dry  and  wet   Corporate  Sponsor   Financial  aid  and  volunteers   Janwani     Facilitator   Stakeholders  In  The  Model
  • 22. Pilot project - Katraj       Zero  Garbage   Pilot  Project    in   Katraj  Ward                                                   •  2010-­‐2012   •  11,500   Properties   •  45,000   Residents   ELEMENT   BEFORE   AFTER   Community  Waste   Containers   24   4   Segregation  at  Source   <  10%   Roughly  70%   Door  to  Door  Collection   Coverage    30%     90%     No  of  Waste  Pickers   20   45   Wet  Waste  Processing   None   5  Tons/Day  Biogas   Waste  Sent  to  LandVill   10  Tons/Day   2  Tons/Day
  • 23. Containers    initially  =144                                                            ;    Containers  reduced  =49   Overall  Coverage  =  88%                                                                  ;  Overall  Segregation  73%   Compost  pits  activated  =  11,060  properties   67750   46%   81444   64%   104402   71%   117030   77%   87%   88%   129312   32200   22%   41%   60550   73870   50%   90911   56%   70%   73%   106444   107223   0   20000   40000   60000   80000   100000   120000   140000   Oveall  DTDC  &  Segregation  in  11  Prabbhags   Overall  DTDC   Overall  Seg.   Expansion Of Zero Waste Model To 20 Prabhag - Results
  • 24. 58400   51%   63954   56%   73566   65%   73%   80759   75%   84723   37629   33%   41342   36%   52401   50%   56853   58%   66164   60%   0   10000   20000   30000   40000   50000   60000   70000   80000   90000   Households  -­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐>   Overall  DTDC  &  Segregation  in  9  Prabbhags   Overall  DTDC   Overall  Seg.   Containers    initially  =135                                  ;  Containers  reduced  to  71   Overall  Coverage  =75%                                          ;  Overall  Segregation  60%   Compost  pits  activated  =1691  properties     Expansion Of Zero Waste Model To 20 Prabhag - Results
  • 25.     •  22354   properties     •  21.41  TPD   Before  the   Project     •  41,224   Properties   •  42.67  TPD   End  of  Dec   2014   COMMUNITY  BINS  REMOVAL     279   105   0   50   100   150   200   250   300   No.  Containers   Before  Project   At  the  End  of  Dec   2014   No.  of  Containers  -­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐>   Feb  2013-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐-­‐>  31st  Dec  2014   Container  Reduction  Chart   At  the   Beginning  of   the  Project   At  the  End  of   Dec  2014   SOCIETY  LEVEL  COMPOSTING   Expansion Of Zero Waste Model To 20 Prabhag - Results
  • 26. Zero  Garbage   Project Zero  Garbage  Project Property  Survey  and  division  into  three  groups (Society/Bungalow,  Slum  and  Commercials) Property  Survey Finding  gaps  in   exisIng  solid   waste   management   system ExecuIng  proper   awareness   program  and   filling  gaps Finding  gaps  in  exisIng  system Further  division  of  properIes  in  small  groups  called  pockets Discussion  with  various  stakeholders,  execuIon  of  proper  awareness   program,  gap  filling Provision  of   door  step  waste   collecIon   system Emphasize  on   source   segregaIon  of   waste Restrict   mixed   waste   collecIon Emphasize  to  treate   waste  on  society  level   and  provision  of   technology  assistance OpImum  recycling  of   Dry  waste  by  waste   collectors CollecIon  of  segregated   Wet  Waste  &  processing   on  Prabhag/Ward  level Energy  recovery   from  refused  waste Processing  of  wet   waste  on   Prabhag/Ward   level  and  recycling   of  opImum  dry   waste Planning  and  Execution  of  the  Zero  Garbage  Project
  • 27. AWARENESS  PROGRAMS   Rallies  and  Meetings  with  housing  societies    Poster  exhibition    and  video  on  segregation    shown  in   Societies    Games  to  help  spread  awareness  about  segregation   Surprise  Visit  to  check  compliance  of  segregation   Issue  notice  from  PMC  for  compost  pits  and   segregation  of  garbage   Awareness  Rallies     Door  to  Door  awareness   Street  play  ,  puppet  shows   Surprise  Audit  to  check  compliance  of  segregation   Meetings  with  SHGs,  Ganesh  Madals  and  other     Organised  Area   (Societies  and   Commercial   complexes)   Un  Organized   Area   (Slums    and   Gaothan)
  • 28. Segregation-­‐  Approach   —  PPP-­‐  with  help  of  NGOs  and  waste  picker’s  Organization  (like   SWaCH).   —  Pune  Trash  Solution  –  Zero  Garbage  Ward  project   —  Awareness-­‐  Through  IEC.   —  Incentives-­‐  Distribution  of  dry  and  wet  waste  bins  to   households  and  tax  rebate  for  practicing  ecofriendly  methods   —  Bell  ringing  vehicles  –  160  nos  for  separate  collection  of  waste   —  Establishment    of  Separate  system  for  Garden  Cutting    and  8     Shredder  Machines  Vixed  at  various  location  for  garden  waste   processing   —  Separate  system  for  hotel  waste  collection  through  23  trucks   —  Post  2000  constructions  have  compulsion  of  insitu  wet  waste   management
  • 29. GHANTAGADI  ROUTE  MAP
  • 30. INTERMEDIATE    TRANSFER  STATION
  • 31. CURRENT  PROCESSING  OF  WASTE   —  Since  June  2010;  scientiVic  processing  and  scientiVic  landVilling.   —  Decentralized  waste  processing  plants  operational  at  institutional   and  society  level.   • 200  TPD;  Vermi-­‐  compost  and  compost   • Hadapsar  Ramp  Ajinkya  Biofert   • 100  TPD;  Vermi-­‐  compost  and  compost   • Ram  Tekdi  Industrial  Estate   Disha  Waste   Management   • 100  TPD;  Electricity  and  Compost   • 22  Decentralized  Plants   Biogas  and  Mechanical   Compost   • 700  TPD;  Electricity   • Ram  Tekdi,  Hadapsar   Rochem  Separation   Systems
  • 32. Ajinkya  Biofert
  • 33. Disha  Waste  Management
  • 34. Bio  Methanation  Plants   Description   Value   Biogas  Generation   300+5%  m3/day   CaloriVic  Value   4800-­‐5000  Kcal/ cum   Engine  EfViciency   25%   Electricity   Generation   1.5  kWh/cum  of   Biogas   Equivalent   Electricity     Generation   450kWh/day   Auxiliary  Power   requirement   @50  kWh/day   Net  Surplus   Electricity  for  sale   400  kWh/day
  • 35. Processing-­‐  Mechanical  Composting   Sr.  No   Location  of  Biogas  Plants   Capacity  of  Plant   1   Ram  Tekdi  Garden   5  TPD   2   Aundh  Ward  ofVice   2  TPD
  • 36. ScientiVic  Closure  of  MSW  Dump  Site   As per MSW Rules 2000, Scientific closure and beautification of 30 hectares of dumping site at Urali Devachi is in progress
  • 37.                  Reducing  Carbon  Emissions  with  Eco  friendly   technologies   —  The  total  CO2  equivalent  emissions  could  have  been  5.58   times  the  current  emissions  in  case  PMC  had  not  installed   the  scientiVic  technologies  to  process  MSW  in  Pune  city
  • 38. Zone   No   Vermicomp osting  Pits   Bio-­‐ Sanitisers   Bio-­‐ Methanisa tion   Organic   Waste   Converter   Total   Nos   Kgs   Nos   Kgs   Nos   Kgs   Nos   Kgs   No s   Kgs   Zone-­‐1   775   12754   223   2522   14   5636   21   4490   1033   22880   Zone-­‐2   12   330   100   2878   1   185   7   3120   121   6568   Zone-­‐3   63   934.5   396   3273   4   111   10   2430   473   6748.5   Zone-­‐4   139   1878   86   726   6   4200   4   1300   235   7378.3   Total   989   15896.5   803   9334   25   10132   42   11340   1862   43574   Decentralised  Wet  Waste  Processing  Units
  • 39. PPP  Approach   Tax  rebate  given  by  PMC  for  eco-­‐friendly   measures  practiced  by  citizen.   DETAILS   No.  of  Properties   Solar   4075   Vermiculture   10429   Solar  &  Vermiculture   7254   Vermiculture  &  Rain  HarvesIng   1024   TOTAL   22782
  • 40. Trainings     —  PMC  conduct  systematic   training  of  sanitation  staff   for  delivery  of  public   services  efViciently,  and   improving  their   communication  skills   —  Conducted  training  of     sanitation    staff  and  RCV’s     on  SWM   —  Meetings  of  women  kothi   leaders  and  sanitation  are   held  on  each  month  to   discuss  all  relevant  issues.
  • 41. Monitoring  mechanism   —  Third  party  auditing   ¡  Indicators  deVined  for  auditing   ¡  Based  on  these  an  independent  body   ensure  procedures    are  followed     —  Mohalla  Committee     —  Swachhta  mitra   ¡  Local  residents  become  involved  with   the  project   ¡  Ensures  sustainability  of  the  project   —  Reporting  System   ¡  Weekly  report  format.   ¡  SI  &  N.D.Squard  Vine   collection  report.   ¡  Notices  to  Societies  for  non   segregation.   —  Notices  &  Vine  to  plastic  bag   sellers.(<50  microns)   —  Legal  action.   —  Publication  of  Ghata  trucks  route   maps
  • 42. ACHIEVMENT  @  A  GLANCE   —  SWaCH  model  :     ¡  Saved  more  than  Rs.  15  crores  per  annum  in  waste  handling  costs   ¡  Collect  recyclable  materials  that  amount  to  2o%    of  municipal  solid  waste     ¡  They  save  Greenhouse  Gas  Emissions  of  2,94,316  Metric  Tonnes  of  Carbon  Dioxide  Equivalent  (mtCO2-­‐eq)  per   annum  (2006)   —  Zero  Garbage  Ward   ¡  Improved  service  delivery  of  DTDC  and  segregation  of  waste  and  reduced  transportation  cost.   ¡  ISO  CertiVication  for    Decentralized  Solid  Waste  Management  System:  Easy  to  transfer  and  replicate   —  Energy  generation  :  About  1  MW  energy  from  100  tons  of  organic  waste   using  biogas  (Pay  back  period  5-­‐6Years)   —  About  2.5  MW  of  energy  from    250  Tons  of  waste  by  using  plasma   pyrolysis  technology              Less  space  required,  no  capital  cost,  and  share  in  Carbon  credits.   —  100  percent  scientiVic  disposal  since  2010  and  no  open  Dumping  -­‐  ScientiHic   land  Hilling  &  Capping
  • 43. Recognition     —  Vasundhara  Award  2013  by  Maharashtra                Pollution  Control  Board  for  best  practices     —  Vasundhara  Vilm  Award    2013  for    -­‐    Awareness                Vilm  ‘Kachara  Muktnichya  Dishene’   —  HUDCO  Awards  for  Best  Practices  to  “  Improve  the   living  Environment  2012-­‐13”   —  ICON  SWM  2012  and  2014-­‐  Award  of  Excellence  in   SWM.-­‐By  International  Society  of  waste   management,  Jadhavpur  University.     —  NagarRatna  Award  by  JNNURM  in              2010-­‐2011.   —  Skoch  -­‐  Digital  Inclusion  Award:-­‐  The              -­‐Benchmark  of  Best  Practices  2013.   §  APTDC  award  2013  –  Runner-­‐up  for  SWaCH  model   and  PMC  best  practices
  • 44. CONCLUSION   Pune  Municipal  Corporation  has  a  head  start  in  MSWM  over  other   ULBs  in  India.   The   ethos   and   working   culture   of   the   MSWM   staff   at   all   levels   is   conducive   to   up-­‐gradation   of   the   existing   treatment   and   disposal   options.   The   2043   horizon   will   require   management   of   about   6000   TPD   waste  with  state  of  the  art  reduction  technologies  for  resource  &   energy  recovery.   Higher   degree   of   mechanization   and   enhanced   monitoring   techniques  will  need  to  be  employed.   Emphasis   will   also   shift   to   full   consumption   of   treated   waste   products  within  the  city  limits.         Emphasis  will  also  be  on  reduction  of  residues  to  go  into  landVill.
  • 45. CONCLUSION   —  The  city  has  taken  multi  dimensional  approach  to   overcome  the  challenges  of  urbanization.   —  The  solution  lies  in  using  different  technologies  tailor   made  to  solve  the  speciVic  needs  of  the  problems  at   local  level.   —  Citizen  and  Governance  have  come  together  and   mutually  agreed  to  execute  solutions.   —  Pune-­‐  An  Emerging  ECO-­‐Friendly  City.
  • 46. Thank You for patiently listening…

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