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 Annexure of Report on Selection of Waste Processing Technology and Scientific Management of Landfills for Collection of Solid Waste Data, Waste Processing Technology and Scientific Management of Existing Dumping Grounds, MCGM - January 2006

Annexure A Description of Thermal Processing Technologies Incineration, Pyrolysis, Gasification, and Plasma Arc Gasification 
Annexure B Description of Biological Processing Technologies Composting, Anaerobic Digestion (Biomethanation) and Bioreactor Landfill
Annexure C Description of Physical Processing Technologies - Refuse Derived Fuel/ Pelletisation process
 
Annexure D Operational Experience of Thermal, Biological and Physical Technologies in India
Annexure E Study Tour Report on Incineration Plant in Taiwan 
Annexure F Study Tour Report on Utashinai Plasma Gasification Plant Visit, Japan
Annexure G Feedback Performa for Evaluation of Waste to Energy Option
   - Note on Subsidies for Waste to Energy Projects
   - Feedback Proforma for Ranking MSW WTE Technologies
Annexure H Note on Waste Processing and Recycling Options for Construction and Demolition Waste
Annexure I Detail basis of Civil Cost Gorai, Mulund Deonar and Kanjur Village
Annexure J Guidelines for JNNURM
Annexure K Note on Clean Development Mechanism

List of Figures

Figure 3.1: Summary of MSW Components Reaching the Three Dumping Grounds of Mumbai (Pre-Monsoon Period)
Figure 5.1: Waste Process Technology Selection Objectives for Treating Mumbai Waste
Figure 5.2: Compilation of Calorific Values from MSW in Different Countries
Figure 7.1: Overall Time Schedule for Scientific Management of Disposal Sites of Mumbai
Figure 8.1: Site Location Map Gorai Dumping Ground, Mumbai
Figure 8.2: Closure Plan Gorai Landfill Site
Figure 8.3: Sectional Details of Proposed Side Slopes
Figure 8.4: Proposed Sheet Pile Arrangement at Gorai Landfill Site
Figure 8.5: Details of Cover Layout at Gorai Landfill Site
Figure 8.6: Proposed Cross Section Details of Surface Water and Leachate Collection Drain
Figure 8.7: Schematic Representation of Existing and Profile after Scientific Closure Gorai Dumping Ground
Figure 8.8: Time Schedule for Scientific Management of Gorai Disposal Site
Figure 9.1: Location Map Deonar Dumping Ground, Mumbai
Figure 9.2: Schematic Presentation of Partial Closure Deonar Landfill Site
Figure 9.3: Schematic Details of Side Slopes, Leachate Collection System and Rain Water Drain Mechanism
Figure 9.4: Details of Cover Layer for Partial Closure of Deonar Landfill Site
Figure 9.5: Solar Evaporation Tank for Leachate Treatment
Figure 9.6: Schematic Presentation of Existing And Profile After Scientific Closure - Deonar Dumpsite
Figure 9.7: Cross Section of Bund & Drain Arrangement at Deonar Landfill Site
Figure 9.8: Time Schedule for Scientific Management of Deonar Disposal Site
Figure 10.1: Site Location Map Mulund Dumping Ground, Mumbai
Figure 10.2: Site Plan for Partial Closure of Mulund Landfill
Figure 10.3: Schematic Details of Side Slopes, Leachate Collection System and Rain Water Drain Mechanism
Figure 10.4: Details of Cover layer at Mulund Landfill Site
Figure 10.5: Schematic Presentation of Existing Profile of Site and Profile after Closure
Figure 10.6: Cross Section of Peripherals Bund for Mulund Disposal Site
Figure 10.7: Time schedule for scientific management of Mulund
Figure 11.1: Site Location Map: Kanjur Village, Mumbai
Figure 11.2: Site Allocation Plan for Kanjur Village site
Figure 11.3: Cross section of Bund & Surface Water Drain arrangement at Kanjur Village site
Figure 11.4: Longitudinal Section of 6m wide bund at Kanjur Village Site
Figure 11.5: Schematic of bottom and top cover at Kanjur Village Site
Figure 11.6: Time schedule for scientific management of Kanjur Village Site
Figure 12.1: SPV Structure for Mulund Site
Figure 12.2: SPV Structure for Deonar Site
Figure 12.3: SPV Structure for Kanjur Village Site of Mumbai
 
List of Tables
 

Table 2.1: Details of Existing Dumping Grounds and Approximate Quantities of MSW and Debris
Table 3.1: Average Characteristics of the MSW Reaching the Three Dumping Grounds of Mumbai
Table 3.2: Population and MSW Generation Projection 
Table 4.1: List of Identified MSW Processing Technologies
Table 5.1: MSW Treatment Technologies with respect to Potential Reliability of Operations
Table 5.2: Average Comparison of MSW at Dumping Grounds during Pre-Monsoon Sampling
Table 5.3: Desirable Range of Parameters for Technical Viability of Waste Processing Options
Table 5.4: MSW Treatment Technologies with Respect to Suitability of MSW Characteristics
Table 5.5: MSW Treatment Technologies with Respect to Environmental and Social Acceptance
Table 6.1: Result of Commercial Feasibility of Selected Technologies
Table 6.2: Results of Commercial Feasibility Analysis for RDF and Incineration Technologies for Special Waste
Table 7.1: Current Status of Land Utilization of Disposal Sites
Table 7.2: Final Design Features of Landfill
Table 7.3: Land Availability for Future Operations at MSW Disposal Sites
Table 7.4: LP Formulation for Waste Allocation Problem
Table 7.5: Site Specific Allocation of Optimal Waste Processing Units
Table 7.6: Pilot Plant for Waste Processing Technologies
Table 7.7: MSW Management Strategy for Short, Medium and Long Term Actions
Table 8.1: Salient Details of Proposed Closed Landfill Area at Gorai
Table 8.2: summary of cost of Landfill Closure Operation at Gorai
Table 9.1: Salient Details of Proposed Closed Landfill Area at Deonar
Table 9.2: Summary of Cost Of Landfill Closure Operation at Deonar
Table 9.3: Site Allocation for Various Developmental Activities
Table 10.1: Salient Details of Proposed Closed Landfill Area at Mulund
Table 10.2: Summary of Cost of Landfill Closure Operation at Mulund
Table 10.3: Site Allocation for Various Developmental Activities
Table 11.1: Access Roads Planed Around Kanjur Village
Table 11.2: Estimated Cost for Site Development
Table 11.3: Planed MSW Processing Capacity at Kanjur Village Site in the Medium Term
Table 11.4: Site Allocation for Various Developmental Activities
Table 12.1: Composting Standards
Table 12.2: Total Capital Investment
Table 12.3: Allocation of Grant Funding
Table 12.4: Sensitivity Analysis for Mulund Site
Table 12.5: Sensitivity Analysis for Deonar Site
Table 12.6: Sensitivity Analysis for Kanjur Village Site














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