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Targets for Year 1 in successful implementation of Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation Solid Waste (Prohibition of Littering and Regulation of Segregation, Storage, Delivery and Collection) Rules 2006:

S.No

Objective at the end of Year 1

Proposed Target

Remarks

1

A reduction of  waste received at the landfill, in accordance with the micro-plans to be prepared for every Councillor Ward

2000 tons/day reduction

 

2

Cleaner roads and footpaths due to a reduction in overall littering and related public nuisance.

50 cleaner roads

 

3

Establishment of “zero-tolerance” zones for littering and related nuisance.

100 zones

 

4

100 % at-source segregation of waste into 6 specified types: bio-degradable, construction and demolition, garden and horticultural, bio-medical, specified hazardous, and recyclable and others, in accordance with the micro-plans to be prepared for every Councillor Ward

50% of generators/area to be covered

 

5

Composting of bio-degradable waste at source by bulk and other generators, by providing assistance as well as creating awareness.

1000 demo/community/individual composting units

 

6

Improved waste management and reduced visible waste in and around slums.

100 clean slums

 

7

Maximising point-to-point collection of waste and minimising the number of community waste storage centres located on public roads.

80% coverage for point to point

 

8

Improved awareness amongst citizens about waste management, and facilitating their active participation.

1000 schools to be covered

 

9

Removal of community waste storage bins

3000 to be removed

 

 

 

 

 

Implementation Schedule as specified in MSW 2000

Serial No.

Compliance Criteria

Schedule

1.

Setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities

 

2.

Monitoring the performance of waste processing and disposal facilities

Once in six months

3.

Improvement of existing landfill sites as per provisions of these rules

 

4.

Identification of landfill sites for future use and making site (s) ready for operation

 

BMC Solid Waste Management (Prohibition of Littering and Regulation of Segregation, Storage, Delivery and Collection) Rules 2006  
 

  - Index of Rules
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Complete Rules  
 
- Implementation Schedule  
  - Guiding Principles  
  -
Targets  
 
- Suggested steps for any campaign incl. littering
 

 














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