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Director, Solid Waste Management & Conservancy Services, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Office Address -Municipal Central Workshop Compound, Opp. Sahakari Lati Bazar,Jagannathji Road, Ahmedabad - 380022, Gujarat, India Telephone No. +9179-32982385 Fax No. +9179-25321484 Mobile No - +91 93270 38822 E-mail – email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Ahmedabad : Ahmedabad Seventh largest city in India Second biggest trade center of Western India Commercial Capital & Growth Engine of Gujarat State Slide 3: CITY CLEANING WORK IS DIVIDED INTO TWO DEPARTMENTS CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT AHMEDABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION Slide 4: CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Functions : - Street Sweeping. Door to Door Solid Waste Collection. Cleaning of public latrines and toilets. Cleaning of Open defecation, nuisance spots and spraying of insecticides. Transportation of waste from above sites to the specified waste storage container sites through containerized handcart . Transportation of dead bodies of small animals like dogs, cats, pigs etc. to the specified site. Slide 5: CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Conservancy Department is divided into Six Zones. Headed by Deputy Municipal Commissioner (Zone) To ensure compliance of above functions is the responsibility of Deputy Health Officer having qualification of M.B.B.S. Slide 6: DY M C (ZONE) 1 per Zone Dy. Health Officer 1 per Zone Sanitary Suptd. 1 per Zone Office Supt. Sanitary Inspector, 1 per ward Senior Clerks Junior Clerks Sanitary Sub Inspectors, 3 per ward Peon Sweepers ( 1 for every 300 running meters if density of this area is more than 50,000 otherwise 1 for every 500 running meters) For Each Ward Public Health Supervisor, 1 per ward Mukadams / Supervisors for every 30 sweepers Slide 7: CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Each zone consist of : Zonal Level :- Deputy Health Officer - 1 Assistant Health Officer - 1 Sanitation Superintendent - 1 Ward Level :- Public Health Supervisor - 1 Sanitary Inspector - 1 Sanitary Sub Inspector - 3 Mukadams Safai Workers Slide 8: Strength of Conservancy Department Slide 9: No. of Sweepers = 7627 Permanent & 4000 Part Time Equipments : Short & Long Handle Brooms Specially designed Hand Cart with Six detachable small bins. Metal Tray & Metal Plate Mask, Hand Gloves, Gumboot Timings : 06.30 to 11.30 am 03.00 to 06.00 pm Street Sweeping CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Slide 10: Road Vacuum Sweeping machine (Truck Mounted) (Alternate Day) - 1 Road Sweeping machine (Tractor Mounted) (Alternate Day) - 1 JCB machine (Daily) - 1 Trucks with JCB (Daily) - 4 Bobcat machine (Daily) - 1 Nuisance tanker (Daily) - 2 Skip lifter (Daily) - 2 Skip containers - 15 (for collection of sand, silt, Building Debris etc.) Work is also carried out with the help of rented tractors, dumpers. CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Vehicles allotted to Each Zones : - Slide 11: AMC has initiated & implemented a concept of Public Private Partnership for collection of waste at point of its generation (i.e. door to door waste collection). In Ahmedabad there are total 1381907 properties, 1286188 residential and 95719 commercial properties. Among these 1198101 Residential properties, i.e. 93% and 44101 Commercial properties, i.e. 46% are covered under daily door to door waste collection system. 1075 Resident Welfare Associations & NGOs are working for this. For every 500 houses, one part time sweeper is provided through RWA with six containerised tricycle out of which 2 containers should carry wet waste, to whom AMC is paying Rs 10 per home per month. Door to Door Waste Collection System :- (old) Eng. Video Guj. Video Slide 12: CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT Door to Door Waste Collection System Slide 13: Door / Gate to Dump concept introduced in Six ward of Six Zones, where the contractor will use closed body Hydraulic Euro III vehicles for lifting solid waste from residential units in the morning hours, which contains mainly biodegradable waste & is used for making compost fertilizer and in the evening hours from the commercial units which contains mainly dry waste that can be used in producing eco-fuel. All vehicles are equipped with GPS monitoring system. Door / Gate to Dump Waste Collection System ( New System) Slide 14: Gate to Dump Waste Collection System (pilot project launch) Slide 15: List of Work (DOOR / GATE TO DUMP) Allotment in each zone Slide 16: Details of Expenditure 2009-2010 CONSERVANCY DEPARTMENT MOBILE COURT INITATIVE FOR LITTERING & NUISENCE : MOBILE COURT INITATIVE FOR LITTERING & NUISENCE AMC launched country’s first Sanitation Mobile Court on 4th July, 2009 which is dedicated to disciplining those who litter and help to keep city clean. Till date 22,765 cases have been registered and Rs. 27,95,785/- penalty levied from such offenders. Slide 18: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Headed by Deputy Municipal Commissioner (SWM) and centrally looked after by Deputy Director Solid Waste Management & Conservancy Services. Secondary Storage, Transportation, Processing and Final disposal of Municipal Solid Waste. Collection & Transportation of Dead animals as well as Meat Market, Fish Market and Slaughter House waste. Collection, Transportation and final disposal of Bio Medical waste at incineration plant on Privatization basis from 5 General Hospitals, 54 Referral Hospitals, Maternity Home, Health Care Centers of AMC. Conservancy Establishment & Co- Ordination with Zone. Functions :- Slide 19: Director (H & SWM) Dy. Director ( SWM & CS) Office Supt.(Cons.) Sanitary Inspector Senior Clerk Sanitary Sub Inspector Junior Clerk Motor Majoor Asst. Manager (SWM) Slide 20: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Solid Waste Management Centrally consist of : Director (H & SWM) - 01 Deputy Director - 01 Deputy City Engineer - 01 Asst. Manager - 01 Solid Waste Superintendent - 02 Asst. Engineer - 01 Environment Engineer - 01 Public Health Supervisor - 04 Sanitary Inspector - 11 Sanitary Sub Inspector - 33 Refuse Workers - 529 ===== Total :- - 584 ===== Slide 21: SECONDARY STORAGE Slide 22: AMC has identified 1089 locations as waste collection points & 704 closed body M.S. Communal storage bins are provided on 584 sites for waste collection & there by to maintain clean environment. AMC has developed fully mechanized transportation system and ensuring " Handling waste only Once . " Further AMC has privatized the secondary waste transportation system & ensure timely & efficient removal of waste from its collection point. Secondary Waste Collection & Transportation :- Slide 23: TRANSPORTATION Ahmedabad is one of the first city in India having full mechanized system for transportation of solid waste. No manual loading of waste. 450 Vehicles and machineries deployed for transportation. 2600 MT of waste disposed every day. Slide 24: Vehicle used for Collection, Lifting, Transportation and Disposal of Solid Waste which is owned by AMC JCB Machines Trucks Refuse Collector Machine Refuse Compactor Machine 7.0 CMT Dumper Placer Tata 407 Tractors Skip Lifters Wheel Dozer & Bull dozer Vehicle used for Collection, Lifting, Transportation and Disposal of Solid Waste by Private Contractors to whom AMC is giving Payment JCB Machines Trucks Tractors Vehicle used for Lifting and Transportation of Containers from different locations to Dump site by Private Contractors to whom AMC is giving Payment on O & M basis Om Swachtha Corporation Jigar Transport Company Above both the contractors are using 7.0 CMT Dumper Placers. Slide 25: LIFTING 7 CMT M.S. CONTAINERS BY HYDRAULIC DUMPER PLACER UNITS ON O&M BASIS (as on 03/10/2010) CONTRACT AWARDED FOR HOTELS & RESTAURANTS KITCHEN WASTE COLLECTION on PPP mode : HOTELS & RESTAURANTS KITCHEN WASTE COLLECTION on PPP mode Initiatives started in March 2008 Tender is floated for Collection, Transportation and Final Disposal of such waste at AMC’s PPP based Waste to Compost Plant of Excel Industries Ltd. Tender is based on Two Bid system and successful bidder has given authority to collect prescribed rate for collection, transportation and disposal of such waste from such units. Presently from approx 1000 units covered under this system. Daily 80 Metric Tones of such waste is collected, transported and given to Excel Industries Ltd. which resulted in high yield of compost. Slide 27: DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL BIO -MEDICAL WASTE Municipal General Hospitals 5 Health Care Centers 55 Others 6 The 1.5 MT of BMW is generated per month (avg) in above 66 Units which is collected, Transported & Incinerated daily as per The Bio Medical Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 1997 through Private Contractors which are authorized by GPCB. Slide 28: To ensure that Bio Medical Waste generated at Five Municipal Hospitals (5), Referral Hospitals, Urban Health Care Center (55), is collected daily & disposed off at Incineration Plant. Contracts for above have been given to private GPCB approved authorized contractors. For the year 2009-2010 total expenses is Rs 28 Lacs for the same. Semb Ramky Environmental Management Pvt Ltd is collecting BMW from 66 units, charging Rs 12.60/kg for collection, transportation and treatment. Pollucare Bio Medical Waste Management Pvt. Ltd. is collecting BMW from 2 units, charging Rs 10/kg for collection, transportation and treatment. WEIGH BRIDGE WORKING : WEIGH BRIDGE WORKING Very essential element of overall system as data generation, MIS, payment to contractors etc are depend on weight 24 Hours * 365 Days working Daily coming 300 vehicles & 800 Trips Capacity of 30 Tones computerized Weighbridge installed since the year 2000 Oracle based software is used for data generation, MIS, etc Air Conditioned data entry room & Server room Automatic Data backup facility with every six hours Only authorized personal are allowed to enter. Slide 33: AHMEDABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION Non Biodegradable Waste (Non Recyclable) 20% Biodegradable Waste 56.23% Non Biodegradable Waste (Recyclable) 23.77% Waste Characteristic Slide 34: DAILY COLLECTION OF MSW = 2600 MT/DAY MSW GIVEN TO 500 MT / DAY --- EXCEL IND. (FOR COMPOST, SINCE YEAR 2000) + 500 MT / DAY --- UPL DJAI (FOR RDF, STARTED IN JULY, 2009) + 800 MT / DAY --- CREATIVE CO. LTD. (FUEL PELLETS/ RPPWF AND OTHER ORGANIC WASTE INTO BIO-ORGANIC SOIL ENRICHER / ORGANIC FERTILIZER) (START IN AUGUST, 2010) + 800 MT/DAY --- BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/ DEMOLISH ION WASTE =============== = 2600 MT/DAY --- DISPOSAL OF MSW WHICH MEANS TOTAL SOLUTION OF ALL 100% MSW TREATMENT TIED UP THROUGH PRIVATE PARTNERS TREATMENT OF MSW WASTE TO COMPOST PLANT EXCEL INDUSTRIES LTD. : WASTE TO COMPOST PLANT EXCEL INDUSTRIES LTD. Composting :- To promote derivation of organic manure from waste and to reduce the quantity of waste going to landfill site and also to help agricultural production ; AMC has tied up with Excel Industries, Mumbai since 2000 for processing of 500 TPD of MSW daily; out of which 75 MT of Compost per day are produced by Microbial Composting. At every 3 months, 2.5% royalty is given to AMC from their income AMC has given 10 hector of land to Excel Industries for 15 years on rent for treatment of waste & bioorganic soil enriching purpose. Rs. 1/token is decided per each Sq Mt as annual lease rent & annual rent is Rs. 1 Lac. Improved working of EXCEL Industries due to better quality of MSW, i.e. Hotel Kitchen Waste : Improved working of EXCEL Industries due to better quality of MSW, i.e. Hotel Kitchen Waste WASTE TO RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel) PLANT - UPL DJAI POWER LTD. : WASTE TO RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel) PLANT - UPL DJAI POWER LTD. The Corporation has awarded contract for setting up waste to RDF Plant, where the corporation would deliver 500 TPD of Municipal Solid Waste on a 30 acre land given by the corporation to a private partner UPL DJAI Power Ltd. on a token lease rent. This RDF is used in Boiler for substitute for Coal, Lignite, Wood, Oil etc. Plant Started on 9th July, 2009. Process initiated for getting Carbon Credit under Clean Development Mechanism. Local Stake Holders meeting was held successfully on 21st January, 2010. CREATIVE COMPANY LTD. JAPAN : CREATIVE COMPANY LTD. JAPAN COMMENCEMENT WILL BE SOON Financing, Building, Operating & Maintaining a plant for the production of Fuel Pellets / RPPWF and other organic waste into Bio-organic Soil Enricher / Organic Fertilizer from 800 TPD of Municipal Solid Waste daily Slide 40: DISPOSAL OF WASTE City Corporation has existing 84 Acres of land for final disposal of waste Slide 41: SECURED ENGINEERED LANDFILL SITE (OPERATIONAL FROM 14.10.2009 Capacity 11.50 Lacs Metric Tones (i.e. 1.15 million tones), where daily off load 500 metric tones of inert waste from waste processing plants for coming 6 years, total construction cost of this site is Rs 13 Crore (i.e. Rs 130 million / i.e. $ 2.796 million 1$=Rs 46.50) and area used is 12.88 Hectares (32.8271 acres). Video Slide 42: TECHNICAL DETAILS OF SECURED ENGINEERED LANDFILL PHASE NO.1 AT GYASPUR, AHMEDABAD AS PER SPECIFICATIONS OF MSW RULES 2000 Slide 43: TECHNICAL DETAILS OF SECURED ENGIEERED LANDFILL PHASE NO.1 AT GYASPUR, AHMEDABAD AS PER SPECIFICATIONS OF MSW RULES 2000 Slide 44: PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE AT SECURED ENGINEERED LANDFILL PHASE NO.1 AT GYASPUR, AHMEDABAD Slide 45: Details of Expenditure of SWM Dept. 2009-2010 Slide 46: EXPENDITURE 2008 - 2009 Slide 47: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT & CONSERVANCY SERVICES Rs 145.16 Crores Total Annual expenditure Rs 14.35 Crores Door to Door Collection Rs 105.52 Crores Street Sweeping Rs 12.62 Crores Secondary Storage, Transportation, Disposal 100 % of total area covered. 100% Population Covered. 433 Grams waste generated per Capita Rs 1580 Expenditure per MT Rs 242 Expenditure per Capita 948,390 MT Solid Waste disposed off in this year. Year 2009-2010 (Population 60 Lacs approx) Slide 48: FUTURE VISION DUMPER PLACER UNITS & VEHICLES UPGRADATION UNDER JnNURM : DUMPER PLACER UNITS & VEHICLES UPGRADATION UNDER JnNURM AMC has procured for 35 Nos. of 7 CMT Dumper Placer Units (Rs. 4,72,50,000) and 400 Nos. of its Containers (Rs. 2,12,00,000) under JnNURM. Out of these, 28 Dumper Placers and 400 Containers put in use. Procedure for procurement of another 40 Dumper Placers and 1716 Containers is initiated and will be procured before 1st October, 2010. Under JnNURM Approval : Under JnNURM Approval PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE DONE FOR 5000 P.E. CONTAINERS OF 30 LTR. CAPACITY FOR M.S. HANDCART 1500 CONTAINERISED TYPE M.S. HANDCARTS 4 JCB MACHINES 2 MECHANICAL TRUCK MOUNTED ROAD VACUUM SWEEPER MACHINES 1000 LITTER BINS OF 50 LTR. CAPACITY Under JnNURM Approval : Under JnNURM Approval PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE INITIATED FOR 16584 P.E. CONTAINERS OF 30 LTR. CAPACITY FOR M.S. HANDCART 2084 CONTAINERISED TYPE M.S. HANDCARTS 24 REFUSE COMPACTORS MACHINES HAVING CAPACITY OF 14 CMT 2 JCB MACHINES 2 WATER TANKERS FOR LANDFILL SITE 1716 7.0 CMT M S CONTAINERS 40 Hydraulic Dumper Placer UNITS 50 Skip CONTAINERS Having 5.0 CMT CAPACITY TRANSFER STATIONS : TRANSFER STATIONS DETAILS: SIX TRANSFER STATIONS OF ABOUT 400 MT CAPACITY EACH MAY BE SET UP IN FIVE ZONES. 2 STATIONARY COMPACTOR AND 10 LARGE CONTAINERS (20-25 CMT CAPACITY WHICH CAN CARRY 10 TO 12 TONS OF MSW) AT EACH TRANSFER STATION MAKING A TOTAL NEED OF 12 STATIONARY COMPACTORS, 60 CONTAINERS. TOTAL 40 LARGE HOOK LOADER VEHICLES WILL BE REQUIRED TO TRANSPORT WASTE FROM SIX TRANSFER STATIONS TO THE DISPOSAL SITE / TREATMENT PLANT. CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSFER STATIONS (COMMENCE BEFORE 1ST OCTOBER, 2010) ADVANTAGES: SAVINGS IN TRANSPORTATION COST REDUCTION IN POLLUTION EASEMENT OF TRAFFIC CONJUNCTION Slide 53: NEW WEST ZONE – I TRANSFER STATION WEST ZONE TRANSFER STATION NORTH ZONE TRANSFER STATION EAST ZONE TRANSFER STATION SOUTH ZONE TRANSFER STATION WEIGH BRIDGE, PROCESSING PLANTS, DUMP SITE & NEW LANDFILL SITE NEW WEST ZONE – II TRANSFER STATION Proposed Transfer Stations Slide 54: UPGRADATION OF EXISTING WEIGHBRIDGE & INSTALLATION OF A NEW WEIGHBRIDGE Planning For Up gradation Of Existing Weighbridge From 30 Mt Capacity To 50 Mt Capacity With Improve Software And Additional Civil Work Planning For A New Weighbridge Of 50 Mt Capacity Having All Required Infrastructure. Slide 55: AVLTS – PLANNING FOR TENDER PROCEDURE Design, Development, Supply, Deployment, Implementation, Operation and Maintenance of integrated AVLTS (Automatic Vehicle Location and Tracking System) (GPS, Contactless Smart Card / RFID Card based Vehicle Monitoring & Logbook Keeping System) in Solid Waste Management Vehicles, Weigh-bridge, Transfer Stations, Dumping Site, Land Fill Site, Processing Plants, 57 wards, Parking Areas of Solid Waste Management (SWM) Department. AIM / OBJECTIVE OF THE AVLTS PROJECT 1. Work Monitoring / Supervision 2. Emission control with route optimization in solid waste Collection process 3. Effective & speedy disposal of Citizen's complaints 4. For better and smooth operations of SWM activities 5. Speed control checks 6. To Facilitate Management with different type of reports (Such as Collection Points served, Vehicle wise Summary, Time Wise Report, Daily Km Report, Stoppage Report, etc.) Slide 56: Proposed Scientific Capping of Present Dump Site Slide 57: Proposed Capping of Present Dump Site and Methane Gas Extraction, Processing and Supply to near by Industries AMC is presently disposing the waste at existing dumping site having total area of about 84 acres. About 65 acres of land is accumulated with heaps of garbage having 15-20 meter height. This stocking is since last many years. Methane gas in ample quantity is entrapped in the heaps. AMC has undertaken the pilot project for measuring the %age level of methane concentrations found and it is expected that daily about 950 cubic meter of methane can be extracted from dumping site. It can be directly feed to nearly industries after filtering as raw fuel for boiler (which eliminate use of traditional coal, lignite etc.) FEASIBILITY STUDY ON POTENTIAL GENERATION, EMISSION, RECOVERY AND UTILISATION OF LFGThe Pirana dump site is a moderate-sized site that has operated as a historic dump site since 1980. City of Ahmedabad waste disposal estimates indicate significantly greater total waste in the dump site than is apparent in scaled aerial photographs of the site. This dump site received approx. 12 Million MT of Solid Waste till date. : FEASIBILITY STUDY ON POTENTIAL GENERATION, EMISSION, RECOVERY AND UTILISATION OF LFGThe Pirana dump site is a moderate-sized site that has operated as a historic dump site since 1980. City of Ahmedabad waste disposal estimates indicate significantly greater total waste in the dump site than is apparent in scaled aerial photographs of the site. This dump site received approx. 12 Million MT of Solid Waste till date. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) contains organic as well as inorganic matter. The latent energy present in its organic fraction can be recovered for gainful, utilization through adoption of suitable Waste Processing and Treatment technologies. Deposition and decomposition of MSW leads to production of landfill gas containing about 45-55% methane, which can be recovered through a network of gas collection pipes and utilized as a source of energy.. Slide 59: USEPA has carried out Pre-feasibility Study For Landfill Gas Recovery And Utilization from open dump of Pirana in 2007 The goals of this feasibility study are To examine issues in the recovery of landfill gas (LFG), the principal component of which is methane (approximately 50%), from solid waste To examine the feasibility of a project, in which LFG, currently unused energy source, be recovered and used directly to nearby industries. To identify issues in practical use of LFG for electricity generation. Slide 60: Methane can be used for generation of electricity in gas engine and this electricity shall be distributed to nearly industries. 28 nearby industries have evinced interest in using Methane Gas thus recovered. This methane extraction from waste dumping site will helps in following ways: It will reduce the emission of green house gases, Use of traditional fuel will be eliminated thereby helps in reducing the emission of green house gases like: co, co2, so2 etc. Non conventional energy will be produced and utilized. Pirana Landfill Site : Pirana Landfill Site Area C 17.20 Acres Height 5 Mt Area A 14.14 Acres Ht- 22 Mt Area D 10.90 Acres Ht-10 Mt Area B 13.58 Acres Ht-20 Mt Old Octroi Naka Cross Road Towards Narol Cross Road Towards Vishala Area E Excel Ind 25 Acres Connecting to NH 8 Converting Area C in to natural park/ green park either by capping or relocating of MSW accumulated there from to Area D. Slide 62: Converting Area C in to Nature park / Green park Area C – proposed for Nature Park 17.20 ACRES TAKEN UP A PROJECT FOR IEC (INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION) ACTIVITIES AND AWARENESS GENERATION AMONG THE GENERAL PUBLIC TOWARDS CLEANLINESS, WASTE TREATMENT & WASTE DISPOSAL. : TAKEN UP A PROJECT FOR IEC (INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION) ACTIVITIES AND AWARENESS GENERATION AMONG THE GENERAL PUBLIC TOWARDS CLEANLINESS, WASTE TREATMENT & WASTE DISPOSAL. To form Participatory Committees and conduct Group meetings in the Wards Publicity through Television Channels/Local Cable Network Advertisement in Newspapers Preparation & Distribution of pamphlets Preparation & Erecting of Banners Preparation & Exhibiting of Awareness Creation slides in Cinema Theatres Conducting Street plays Organizing of rally involving School & College students Imparting Awareness training to Municipal staff and Councilors Conducting miscellaneous events Slide 64: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.