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Activity wise Strategy & Framework


Step 1: Improve Waste Segregation and Storage at Source Strategy to be adopted The main
strategy is to separate the biodegradable wastes (organic matter such as leftover food,
vegetables and fruit peels, paper, textile, wood, etc) and non-biodegradable wastes (inorganic
and recyclable materials such as plastic, glass, cans, metals, etc) at the source itself and store
the waste in different coloured bins. This saves time, makes segregation easy and can cover
more area for the waste collectors. Segregated storage can be achieved through a continued
and organized awareness creation, motivation and subsequent enforcement. The sole
responsibility is for those who generate waste. Waste segregation at the source is an integral
part of the source reduction strategy and is essential for improving the quality of waste for
recycling and recovery. Segregation will enable better value for the recycled material being sold
and increases the quantity of recyclables as well. The ULB shall supply bins for households in
the first year and subsequent replacement shall be by the household. Non-domestic sources
shall purchase bins at their own expense.

WE PLAN Solid Waste Management is an activity in which social mobilization and community
involvement are the key to success. It is not the technology but public attitude and behaviour
that are going to make the difference. WE focusing on solid waste management will therefore
basically aim at the following.

Creating behavioural change for scientific waste disposal. This will include

I. adoption of the 4R concept-reduce, reuse, recycle and recover the waste


II. storage and segregation at source.
III. imbibing the civic responsibility of keeping the premises clean
IV. willingness to accept the civic responsibilities of citizens, and
V. willingness to part with the ad hoc approach of unscientific solid waste disposal.
Awareness creation on the dangers of unscientific SWM. E.g.,
VI. health hazards
VII. aesthetic damage.
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VIII. Awareness creation on the various technical options of solid waste management.
Exploring the possibility of converting waste as a resource. Proximity theory of
SWM. (Scientific disposal of waste at the nearest point of source. E.g., biogas plant
at a market; composting at households etc.) Willingness to pay for services. People‟s
participation and cooperation at all stages of waste management. Community
adherence to rules, orders and directives. Adoption of integrated approach. The
institutional mechanism created for collection and transportation of waste could, in

return, be used for sale of manure manufactured at the compost plant, etc Taking
into consideration the local situation, separate capacity building and plans have to
be developed for each ULB. Apart from the positive health impact, solid waste
management is a clear indicator of the effectiveness of municipal administration. It
is an integral part of good governance and one of the most visible urban services
influencing local perception of governance.

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