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Statistical Data

>    Population of City    =       1Crore 20 Lakhs

>    Floating Population =       30 Lacks

>    Services to be given to=  1.5 Crores

>    Garbage generation/capita/day

- developed area      =          450 gms

- slums           =          250 gms

- floating population            =          150 gms

The Sources of Generation of Waste

>     House hold wastes

>     Commercial wastes

>     Hotel and restaurants wastes

>     Market wastes

>     Institutional wastes i.e. School, Offices, Hospitals etc.

>     Construction wastes such as earth, stones, sand etc.

>     Street sweeping

>     Trade wastes

>     Stable wastes

>     Silt removed from drain/nallah cleanings

Composition of MSW in Mumbai

>    Paper and cardboard        :         15.00%

>    Plastics                              :           0.75%

>    Metals                                :           0.80%

>    Glass                                 :           0.40%

>    Sand & Fine Earth             :         35.00%

>    Compostable matter         :         37.50%

>    Others                                :         10.55%

Classification of MSW

>    Wet waste / day       = 4500 Tonnes

>    Silt and debris waste / day         = 2000 Tonnes

>    Bio medical waste / day    =     25 Tonnes

>    Dry waste / day        =   500 Tonnes

>    Total Garbage generation/day   = 7025 Tonnes

>    Tree cutting / day     =   120 Truck load

>    Seasonal variation - 25% in April, May & June

Collection points, Norms of Street Sweeping & Collection of Waste

>    Street Sweeping with beat in island city area

 - 4000 – 5000 sq.mt. per pair

>    Street Sweeping with beat in suburb area

 - 8000 – 10000 sq.mt. per pair

>    A pair of Sweeper for each beat does the street sweeping

>    Time of street sweeping from 6.30a.m. to 1.30a.m.

>    Total No of beats - 4200

Labourer Strength

Sweeping in serviced area (MCGM)
9558
Sweeping in serviced area (Pvt.)
Composite Contract for sweeping + Collection + Transportation
Motor Loaders on Municipal Refuse Vehicle
1482
Motor Loaders on Contractor’s Refuse Vehicle
3910

Road sweeping and Garbage collection every day

>    By Municipal Sweepers in serviced area

 - 1500    Km. Road length

 - 3500Metric Tonne garbage

>    By Contractors in unserviced area

 - 423      Km. Road length

 - 1000 Metric Tonne garbage

[Figs. excluding  silt, debries, tree cutting, & dry waste]

>    Timing for sweeping

 - 6.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

Mechanical Sweeping of Road At Night

>    Road Covered

 - Only Western corridor road length   :

 - Sweeping timing

>    Proposed Action

 - To cover Central & Eastern Corridor

>    Advantage

 - Ease in Sweeping due to no traffic at night

Collection & Temporary Storage of Solid Waste

   Community bin Collection                    : 83%

>    House to House Collection                 : 17%

>    Total No. of Community Dust Bins      : 6223 Nos.

>    Type of Garbage Bins

 - 1 Cu. Mt. Compactor Container                   : 2000 Nos.

 - 4.5 Cu.Mt. Soil Container                             :   400 Nos.

 - 2.5 Cu.Mt. Skip Container                            :   200 Nos.

 - 5.2 Cu.Mt. Skip Container                            :   500 Nos.

 - 5 Cu.Mt. Sheds                                              :   650 Nos.

 - 0.7 Cu.Mt. Round Bins                                  : 3000 Nos.

Municipal services / Day

>    Compactors                                161

>    Skip Vehicles                              872

>    Tippers                                        043

>    Stationery compactors               008

>    Dumpers                                       53

>    Excavator Loaders                     011

Contractor services / day

>    In Serviced Area

 - Refuse vehicles                      -           657

 - Excavator – Loaders             -             16

 - Dumpers                     -           137

 - Tempos                       -           429 [ within ward ]

>    In Unserviced Area

 - Refuse Dumpers

Transportation of Garbage

>    In serviced Area

 - Municipal fleet                        = 1076 Trips/day

 - Contractors fleet                    = 1239 Trips/day

 - Collection points                    = 4283 Nos.

 - Garbage generation              = 4500 Tonnes/day

>    In unserviced Area

 - Contractors fleet                    =   300 Trips/day

 - Collection points                    =   630 Nos.

 - Garbage generation              = 1200 Tonnes/day

>    Timings / Shifts

Employees Strength for Transportation of Garbage (Municipal)

>    Operating Staff - 6092 (5392 ML+700 Mukadam)

>    Drivers              - 1445

>    Cleaners          -    971

>    Maintenance Staff

 - Technical         -    644

 - Labourers        -     427

Existing System

>    Deficient sweeping, collection, storage, transportation, disposal

>    Indiscriminate Littering

>    No segregation of garbage

>    Out dated vehicles for transportation

>    Open dumping

 - Air / water pollution

Problems ailing the system

>    Many garbage containers / bins damaged
>    Many garbage containers stolen away
 - e.g. M.S. round bins, compactor containers
>    Efficiency of the compactors reduced by  30%
>    Improper filling of garbage vehicles
>    Services inadequate

Improvements

>    Collection points

 - To update [include unauthorized dumps]

 - Paint number for identification – e.g.Ward/Section/garbage bin no [ A / 5 / 28 ]

 - Display clearance timing range [2 hour]

        e.g. 9.00am to 11.00am

 - Publish Tel Nos. of 3 divisions of SWM for garbage complaints

 - Collect backlog collection points wise daily

Control Room

>    Keep one standby garbage compactor / skip vehicle at each of three divisional control rooms

 - @ City   : Worli,  E. Moses Rd.           Ph - 24935689

 - @ Eastern subs              :  Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar,     Ph - 25113509

 - @ Western Subs           :     Santacruz Garage,    Ph - 26182251

>    Station one garbage vehicle at night / ward

>    Deploy vehicles at night to clear backlog

>    Ensure clearance of every collection point within 24 hours

 Proposed Plan

>    Traction

 - For each Vehicle

        Fix traction route based on garbage generation

        Include all unattended collection points on regular basis

        Increase services to cover all unattended points

        Motor loading chawky JO to give programme of

 - Collection points

 - H to H collection

        Check post chawky JO to collect data of unattended spots for each route

        Report unattended spots at 8.00pm. to divisional control room

        Night shift JE to direct Standby vehicle for backup service

 - Clear entire backlog in night shift

Infrastructure Improvement

>    Receptacles – Different Containers

>    Equipment – Compactors, Skip Vehicles

>    Garages – Infrastructure repairs 

>    Landfill Sites – Roads, lights, water, toilets, bulldozers

>    Mustering Chowkies - Water, toilets, electricity, furniture, weather shed

>    Conservancy Chawls – structural repairs

>    Construction of Recycling sheds per ward

 

Common House Gullies (CHG)

>    Total Nos. : 5453
>    Inaccessible ones : 1000
>    Major Repairs : 1159
>    Minor Repair :   625
>    Cost of Repair :    5.5 Crore
*

Improvements Required in CHGs

>    Prevent throwing garbage

>    Replace broken night soil pipes

>    Replace damaged house drain lines

>    Remove chokes of house drains

>    Repair inspection chamber

>    Form Local CBOs / Street Committee just like Dattak Vasti Yojana

>    CBOs to adopt the CHGs for sustainable maintenance

>    Impose heavy penalty on defaulters

Problem faced by the Department at Landfill site 

>    Only 3 land fill sites available

>    Capacity of land fill sites reaches saturation point

>    Human habitations near existing landfills

>    Resistance to set up processing plants

>    Non availability of alternate landfill sites in city limits

Remedial Actions

>    Municipal Solid Waste (M & H ) Rules 2000

 - Introduce House to House collection

 - Segregate Dry and Wet garbage at source

 - Store dry waste in white coloured bin

 - Store wet waste in green coloured bin

 - Compel Shops / Estt./ Hawkers / Hotels to keen liter bins

 - Prevent littering on roads / public places

 - Provide litter bins at prominent location

Classification of Waste

Wet Waste
Dry Waste
(to be stored in green coloured bin)
(to be stored in white coloured bin)
Remnants of Fruits, Vegetables
Metal
Food, grains
Wire, cable
Leaves, flowers, grass
Plastic, polythene bags
Meat, fish, eggs
Rubber, thermocol
Coconut
Papers
Kitchen waste
Glass & glass bottles, pet bottles
Hair, nails
Any recyclable material
Tea powder

 

Used cotton & paper

 

Extend Landfill Sites

>    Direct only inert material to landfill

>    Dispose Dry Waste separately

 - Recycle to industry

 - Sell to scrap dealers

>    Dispose Wet Waste

 - Vermi Compost

 - Aerobic Compost

 - Bio-Methanation

 - Waste to Energy plants

 - Pyrolysis

Other Improvements

>    Payment on Weight basis

>    Replacement of vehicles & bins

>    Penalty for Non-Segregation

>    Better Sight for Landfills

Involvement of Various Associations

>    Involve

 - NGOs

 - ALM

 - Dattak Vasti Yojana Representatives / CBOs

 - Dignity Foundation

 - Residents Association

 - Hawkers Representatives

 - Retail Traders Representatives

 - Rag pickers ward coordinators

 - Hotel owners Association

- Rag Pickers Association

 - School

 - Colleges

Advance Locality Management

>    Total Nos. in existence               :         700 Nos.

>    Active                      300 Nos.

>    Population covered           :         2.5 Lacs

>    Wet Garbage Vermicomposted :       284 Places

>    Qty. Vermicomposted /day                 :         35 Tonnes

Slum Adoption Scheme (SAS)

>    Total Slum Population      :         72 Lacs

>    No. of Slum Pockets         :         1959 Nos.

>    Slum Pockets covered     :         575 Nos.

>    Slum population covered :         35 Lacs

>    Community Based Organisations

     (CBOs) working       :         201 Nos.

>    Funds required for Adopted Slums    :         5Crore

>    Funds required for remaining Slums: 15Crore

Basic Principle of ALM

>    “SELF GOVERNANCE” by Citizens

>    Through partnership with the MCGM

>    Improvement of the locality or Area adopted

>    Sustainable development through direct participation in city governance

Qualification for the citizen group for recognition as the A.L.M.

>    Should represent buildings / chawl / group of buildings / lane or a compact area

>    Should indicate the commitment to cleanliness through the segregation of garbage & to maintain the premises / road / area.

>    Should form local committee representing all the participants.

Eligibility criteria to form CBO for Slum Adoption Scheme

>    Atleast one year experience of social work in the slum.

>    Registration with the Charity Commissioner/ Registrar Co-operative Societies.

>    Open Savings Bank Account.

>    Pass Resolution of the CBO to join Slum Adoption Scheme.

>    All elected members of the CBO with office bearers should be local.

Involvement of Corporate Houses

>    Form long term working partnership with MCGM

>    Sponsor

 - Communication material (Hoardings,Banners, Stickers, Posters, News Paper Advs., etc.)

 - Cleaning equipment

        Hand barrows, Garbage bins, containers

 - Security personnel

 - Vehicles / Equipment

>    Adopt, Beautify and Conserve

 - Area / Slums

Prevent Use of thin Plastic Bags

>    Ban on Plastic bags having thickness less than 20 micron in Mumbai.

>    All adjoining cities permit use and manufacture of thin plastic bags.

>    20 Micron thick bag not recycled.

>    Plastic bag cause chokes of Sewer/SWD

>    Plastic bags don’t decay for 500 yrs.

>    Substitute bio-degradable plastics.

>    Citizen to use Cotton /paper bags

Nuisance Detectors

>    Total Nos. required :  1200

>    N.D.s available         :    200

>    Administrative          : Rs.50/- minimum charges  recovered per offence

>    Daily recovery                   : Rs. 94,000/-

>    Defaulters penalised: 1200 Nos. per day

Rewards for outstanding performance

>    Administrative ward

 - Supervisor

 - JO

 - ALM

 - CBO

 - Slum Adoption Scheme

 - Hospital

 - Municipal School

 - Municipal Councillor

>    Councillor Ward

 - Mukadam of Conservancy section

 - 5 workers

 - Best volunteer

List of various concerned Municipal Officers (ALM, Dattak Vasti Yojana , Slum Sanitation Programme)

Name of the concerned staff
Area allotted
Contact No.
Shri N.B.Achrekar,
Solid Waste
(M) 9820702538
(O) 22620639/22620251
      Ext.2682 / 2685
Ex.D.M.C.(Engg.), O.S.D.
Management activities in Greater  Mumbai
(M) 9820702537
(R)91251-2483238
Shri S.S. Bhagwat, O.S.D.
City Area (A.L.M. activities)
(O) 26116361 Extn. 236
(R) 25364427

List of various concerned Municipal Officers (ALM, Dattak Vasti Yojana , Slum Sanitation Programme)

Name of the concerned staff
Area allotted
Contact No.
Shri Subhash Patil, Asstt. O.S.D.
Eastern Suburbs  (A.L.M. activities)
(O) 25094161 Extn. 211
(R)952512607219
Shri Anand Jagtap, O.S.D.
Eastern Suburbs (Slum Sanitation Programme) – SSP,  Slum Adoption Programme-SAP, Pay & Use Toilet Blocks
(O) 26116361/26116359
Extn. 239/ 236
(R) 25862265
Shri B.S. Rathod, C.D.O.
Western Suburbs  (S.S.P., S.A.P., Pay & Use Toilet Blocks)
(O) 26116361/26116359
Extn. 239 / 236
(R) 95251-2584990
Shri Subhash Dalvi, Jr.Engineer
City Area, S.S.P., S.A.P., Pay & Use Toilet Blocks
(M) 9820702536
(O) 26116361

 

 

 














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