annexvre - vi - Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

ANNEXVRE - VI
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CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL REVIEW REPORT
ON
IMPLEMENTATION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTES
(MANAGEMENT AND HANDLING) RULES, 2000
ANNUAL REVIEW REPORT: 2013-14
(Consolidated Annual Review Report prepared in compliance to
the-provision 8(2) of the MSW Rules,2000} •
CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
(Ministry of Environment & Forests)
Parivesh Bhawan, East Arjun Nagar,
DELHI-110 032
December, 2014
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CONTENTS
Consolidated Annual Review Report as per MSW Rules Page No.
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Mechanism of Review
3
Local bodies
3
Annual Report, 2013-14
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S. Status of Implementation of MSW Rules 5.1 Authorizations
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5.2 Implementation of Schedule-II 4
5.3 Implementation of Schedule-Ill (Landfilling) 4
5.4 Implementation of Schedule-IV (Waste Processing) 5
Recommendations/ Proposals for consideration 5-7
Summary of Annual Report: 2013-14
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7.1 Observations and Findings
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7.2 Overall implementation status 8-15
Summary of implementation status of Schedule-I 16-21
Summary of implementation status of Schedule-II 22-29
Summary of implementation status of Schedule-III 30-33
Summary of implementation status of Schedule-IV 34-35
Status of Authorization Annexure-I 36
Annexure-IA
37
Status of Annual Report Annexure-II 38
Status of Towns/cities
Status of Landfills
Annexure-III
39-40
Status of Monitoring
Annexure-III(A)
41
Status of Compost plants Annexure-IV(a) 42-45
Status of W-to-E plants Annexure-IV (b) 46
Names of Compost plants Annexure-IV (C)
47-48
Demo projects Annexure- V 49
State-wise MSW Generation Annexure-VI 50
Status of Annual Report: 2013-14 received 51
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CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL REVIEW REPORT
ON
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTES (MANAGEMENT AND HANDLING) RULES, 2000
ANNUAL REVIEW REPORT: 2013-14
Key Words:
* MSW (Municipal Solid Waste)
MSW Rule (Municipal Solid Wastes Management and Handling) Rules, 2000
ULBs (Urban Local Bodies)
SPCBs (State Pollution Control Boards)
PCCs (Pollution Control Committees)
ANNUAL REPORT AS PER MSW RULES
In accordance with the Provision (8) of the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling)
Rules, 2000, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) is required to prepare a Consolidated
Annual Review Report (CARR) on implementation of the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management
and Handling) Rules, 2000 in the country and forward it to the Central Government (Ministry of
Environmental and Forests) along with suggestions/recommendations before 15 th December
every year. The Consolidated Annual Review Report is prepared by CPCB every year based on
the Annual Report received from the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs)/Pollution Control
Committees (PCCs).
MECHANISM OF REVIEW
Review of status of implementation of rules is based on following observations;
Number of application received and number of authorizations granted by SPCBs/PCCs
during the reporting year to the local bodies.
Initiatives taken by local bodies to implement Schedule-II relating to collection,
Segregation, Storage and Transportation (CSST) of waste including mass awareness
programs.
Initiatives taken to implement Schedule-III with regard to setting-up waste disposal
facilities; and
Efforts made to set-up waste processing plants in accordance with Schedule-IV of the
rules.
3.
LOCAL BODIES
As per information provided by SPCBs/PCCs till the year 2013-14, total 5034 towns are reported
in the country; and 3839 urban Local bodies (ULBs) have been recorded as constituted
(Annexure- I & IA]. The SPCBs/PCCs have reported status of implementation of MSW Rules for
1314 ULBs during the year 2013-14. As per Census of India 2011, there are 475 places with 981
overgrowths (OGs) have been identified as Urban Agglomeration (UA). The number of total
towns in India is 7,935 (Statutory Towns 4,041 + Census Towns 3,894). There are total 6,166
Urban Agglomeration/towns which constitutes the urban frame of the country. However, the
actual number of urban local bodies (ULBs) constituted in the country is not available.
ANNUAL REPORT: 2013-14
According to the MSW Rules, 2000, urban local bodies (ULBs) are required to forward Annual
Reports to concerned SPCBs/PCCs before 30 th June every year and in turn SPCBs/PCCs should
forward the Annual Report in the prescribed form every year before 15th September to CPCB.
However, in terms of adhering with stipulated schedule, delay has been observed in receiving
Annual reports by CPCB every year. In the current year, out of 35 SPCBs/PCCs, consolidated
Annual Reports received only from 25 SPCBs/PCCs till 30 th November 2014. The status of annual
report forwarded by SPCBs/PCCs is enclosed at Annexure - VII. The Consolidated Annual Review
Report: 2013-14 is prepared based on information received from 25 SPCBs/PCCs.
STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MSW RULES
5.1
Authorizations
Details on authorization granted by SPCBs is given in Annexure - I.
Most of the SPCBs/PCCs have not informed about authorization status in Annual Report
except the state of Chhattisgarh, Goa, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Manipur,
Nagaland, Odisha, Puducherry, Punjab Tripura, Uttarakhand and West Bengal.
Total 1314 ULBs reported by SPCBs/PCCs during the year 2013-14. Applications for
authorization were received from 164 ULBs and authorization granted to 76 ULBs.
5.2
Implementation of Schedule-II
Efforts are being made by many local bodies for creating awareness among the citizens for
ensuing proper management of waste including systematization of procedures relating to
collection, segregation, storage and transportation of wastes. However, such efforts are either
restricted to a few localities/wards within a town and a few of ULBs have taken up such efforts
at entire town level.
The effort made by local bodies for bringing improvement in waste collection, segregation,
storage and transportation is given in Table - II. Such efforts have been observed widely
practiced in state of Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Goa, Himachal Pradesh; Madhya Pradesh,
Maharashtra, Orissa, Tripura and West Bengal.
Cleanliness varies from town-to-town depending on the initiatives taken by that local body. It
has been observed that collection of waste from door-step is the most critical issue in the
entire management of MSW. House-to-house collection initiated in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat
(all ULBs), Maharashtra, Odisha and Tripura.
5.3
Implementation of Schedule-Ill (Landfilling)
Almost in all the states, disposal of waste is still continued through open dumping.
As per information received through Annual reports till 2013-14, total 69 landfills have been
constructed/ operational in the country. Total 09 new landfills have been constructed in the
state of Andhra Pradesh (1), Gujarat (4), Haryana (2), Madhya Pradesh (1) & Manipur (1) during
the reporting year: 2013-14.
Initiative taken to construct new landfills in 126 ULBs.
Total 774 new landfill sites have been identified by the local bodies.
As per earlier records landfills were constructed in 71 ULBs till 2012-13. Some of these
landfills have been exhausted or unutilized. Some are common facilities for two or more
municipalities. The details of landfill facilities are given at Annexure - III. There are some
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Common landfill facilities shared by two or more ULBs in the state of West Bengal, Gujarat,
Haryana, etc.
Monitoring of landfills/waste processing sites reported by 06 SPCBs/PCCs viz Andhra Pradesh,
Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & Punjab [Annexure - Ill A].
5.4 implementation of Schedule-IV (Waste Processing)
There has been a positive movement in setting up of waste processing facilities as
compared to the efforts made in the previous years. In many States, several towns have
responded that there is partial composting/ vermi-composting facilities.
State-wise information on existing/proposed waste processing plants or where some
initiatives have been taken is given at Annexure-IV(a). Total 189 ULBs have set up waste
processing plants (compost & vermin-compost). These waste processing plants cover
treatment of wastes partly or fully. Waste processing plants are under construction in 101
ULBs. Till the year 2012-13, establishment of as many as 645 compost/vermin-compost
plants were reported including the number of many decentralized vermin-compost plants
within municipal areas. The operation status and actual number of such facilities are not
known.
Local bodies have not so far preferred waste-to-energy projects in many States. However,
Waste-to-Energy projects are coming up in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat,
Maharashtra & Delhi. Till the reporting year: 2013-14, total 71 waste-to-Energy related
projects [RDF/pellet-18, Biogas Plants-41 and Power Plant-13] have been reported as
established. The state of Andhra Pradesh has set up 12 power plants, 4 RDF and 1 BG plant.
Gujarat has established 2 RDF plants. Maharashtra has established 3 RDF plants and 19
Biogas plants (Nisargruna Technology) & another 8 plants proposed. Kerala has established
16 Biogas plants which are operational with one incinerator plant. RDF plant exists one
each at Chandigarh, Delhi, Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh & Chhattisgarh. The
details of waste to energy plants are given in Annexure — IV (b)
Monitoring of landfills/waste processing sites has been reported by 06 SPCBs/PCCs viz.
Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & Punjab. However, the reports not
forwarded to CPCB.
It has been observed that option of composting/vermi-composting technology is preferred
in small towns as it is easy to operate by local bodies rather than going for other options
like thermal processing (incineration, pyrolysis, gasification, etc.), which are generally not
attempted by small ULBs due to lack of experiences, capital investment and industrial
demands. However, metro-cities have no other option but to go for Waste-to-Energy
project for managing large quantity of MSW. The industrialized states like Gujarat,
Maharashtra, Delhi, etc. have preferred waste to energy projects.
6.0 RECOMMENDATIONS/PROPOSALS FOR CONSIDERATION
6.1
At Central level a Technical Cell may be set up to provide assistance to the State
governments/UT administrations and Local bodies enabling them to initiate
implementation of MSW Rules particularly relating to setting up of waste processing and
disposal facilities. Indicative guidelines on selection of waste processing and disposal
technological options, model agreements for Private sector participation in solid waste
management, etc., need to be widely circulated to the local bodies. At State level, similar
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type of cell may be set-up to assist local bodies. States may evolve Plans and Policy to
provide technological and financial assistance to the local bodies.
6.2
Central Ministries such as Ministry of Urban Development (MOOD), Ministry of Agriculture
and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) may continue to provide assistance to
the States in terms of technical assistance and in selection of appropriate technologies
relating to waste processing and disposal including facilitating States in seeking private
sector participation.
6.3
Specific issues requiring consideration while amending MSW rules may include;
Promotion of regional facilities (common facilities) for setting-up of waste
processing and disposal facilities and emphasizing on 'total recycling' of waste
including. inert.
Aviation authorities may issue appropriate guidelines to States while deciding for
identification of sites for waste processing and disposal for safe operation of aircraft
including those of defense.
Stipulation of new time schedule in Schedule - I of MSW Rules.
Indicating buffer zone around landfill and waste processing sites.
6.4
Dissemination of information through Electronic media including mass awareness
campaigns and seeking private sector participation in solid waste management should be
continued activity. Pollution Control Boards/ State Urban Development Departments may
place consolidated status on solid waste management (may also include other sanitation
issues of state), Annual reports of local bodies and initiatives taken on web site for public
benefit.
6.5
Specific attention is required on;
Setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities at hilly states and particularly at
Defense bases.
Providing prescription of packages for waste processing and disposal in
Defense/Railway and other set-up like Cantonment Boards.
Special technical and financial support to Tourists and religious places for solid waste
management and particularly to Hill states, Islands (Andaman & Lakshadweep).
Identification of sites in states for setting up of common waste processing and landfill
facilities.
(e) Selection of towns and solid waste management plans for towns located on river banks
and prioritizing these located on river Ganga (could be covered under Ganga River
Basin Authority).
6.6
The most important action required by each local body is to prepare a Comprehensive
MSW. Management Plan right from house-to-house collection to final disposal giving
description of activities and costs required and it should be published and brought to the
knowledge of public, state political system through News Paper and web-site/ and through
other electronic media.
6.7
It has been felt that unless, the status of implementation reviewed regularly (at least once
in six months) is done at Central and state level (at highest Administrative level), it is
difficult to see satisfactory results.
6.8
The SPCBs/PCCs required to take up following actions;
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SPCBs/PCCs are required to ensure that every Municipality prepares detailed project report
(DPR) for implementation of MSW Rules, 2000 highlighting house-to-house collection,
segregation, storage, treatment and disposal of wastes.
SPCBs/PCCs may direct municipalities/ULBs to set time- targets for implementation of DPRs
submitted and monitor the progress through State level/District level Committee.
SPCBs/PCCs to follow up with the municipalities and suggest setting up waste
processing/disposal facilities either by the municipality or engaging private entrepreneurs.
SPCBs/PCCs to issue directions to municipal authorities for ensuring 100% coverage in
wastes collection, segregation, transportation, treatment and disposal in accordance with
rules.
SPCBs/PCCs to ensure timely submission of Annual Reports to CPCB by 15 th September
every year. The Annual Reports should reflect complete information relating to MSW
management (quantity of waste generation, treatment, recycling, disposal, etc.) including
details of facilities.
SPCBs/PCCs shall take up monitoring as specified in the schedule IV of the MSW Rules at
the site of waste processing and disposal facilities.
SPCBs/PCCs will initiate awareness program among citizen to ensure proper
implementation of MSW rules, especially for collection and segregation of wastes.
7.0
SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REPORT: 2013-14
7.1
Observations/ Findings of Annual Report: 2013-14
7.1.1 Authorizations
Response of local bodies for seeking authorizations from SPCBs/PCCs varies from State to
State. Majority of local bodies have not approached the respective SPCBs/PCCs for
authorizations. However, 3839 ULBs have been reported by SPCBs/PCCs till date.. During
the reporting year 2013-14, 1314 ULBs have been reported by SPCBs/PCCs. Applications
seeking authorization were received by SPCBs/PCCs from 164 ULBs and only 76 ULBs were
granted authorization. This indicates poor compliance to the MSW Rules by ULBs. The
majority of ULBs approached for authorization are from the state of Himachal Pradesh,
Orissa, Haryana & Tripura. Majority of SPCBs/PCCs have not forwarded the status of
authorization issued.
7.1.2 Implementation of Schedule-Ili "Setting up of Waste Processing Facilities"
States like Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and West
Bengal have taken steps to set up compost plants, State level policies have been
formulated by the States of Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal for setting up of
compost plants. Waste processing plants reported as setup by 189 ULBs for treatment
of MSW. However, these facilities treat MSW fully or partially of the total MSW
collection.
2.5, 2Under waste-to-energy projects, total 71 projects have been reported in the country
and other 33 under construction/planned; which include mostly Biogas plants, RDF
/Pelletization and Power Plants. Andhra. Pradesh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi,
Maharashtra and Kerala are making effort to established such projects
Although, vermi- composting and Biogas plants are having small treatment capacity
for treating organic wastes, these plants are effective in smaller towns and found
useful as supplementary to the mechanized treatment facilities.
7.1.3 Implementation of Schedule-IV- landfillinq'
During the reporting year 2013-14, 09 new landfill facilities have been reported as
constructed in the country. Total 69 landfill facilities have been constructed/
operational in the country till the reporting year 2013-14. The landfill construction has
been completed mostly in the state of Andhra Pradesh (02), Chandigarh (1), Delhi (03),
Goa (07), Gujarat (12), Haryana (04), Karnataka (12), Madhya Pradesh (05),
Maharashtra (06), Punjab (1), Manipur (01), Rajasthan (01) Tripura (01) and West
Bengal (13).
Only, six (06) states have reported monitoring of air/ water/ groundwater quality at landfill
sites PCCs viz. Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & Punjab (Annexure-Ill A).
Overall Implementation Status
7.2
Unless, Guiding Groups/Cells are set-up at Central, State and District Level to assist local bodies
in organizing themselves to comply with the Rules, it will be difficult to achieve satisfactory
compliance. There is need to develop good and adequate private entrepreneurship to
participate in waste management to cover the country. Out of 35 SPCBs/PCCs, CPCB has
received Annual Report from 25 SPCBs/PCCs during the year: 2013-14 and the remaining 10
SPCB/PCCs have not submitted the Annual Reports till 30° November, 2014. Some of the
SPCBs/PCCs have not submitting the Annual Reports consecutively (Annexure-II). The
implementation status of the MSW (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000 is given in the
below Tables I - IV. Also, the statistics of the MSW management recorded till the reporting
year are given in the Annexure-I to V.
State-wise overall Implementation Status
SI.
No
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States
Overall Implementation Status of MSW Rules, 2000
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Andaman
Nicobar
There is only one ULB (i.e. Port Blair Municipal Council) in the UT of A&N
Island. A landfill site has been identified at Brookshabad for isetting up waste
processing and disposal facility. House-to-house collection is done by PBMC
in 107 pockets of 18 wards. Initiatives have been taken for management of
solid waste at wards No. 13 & 14, which will be extended to all 18 wards
in a phase manner. Services of 04 dumper placer with 16 containers have
been introduced in the collection system of waste, where garbage
generation is more. Sufficient of bins are placed at the markets for
collection of fruit and vegetable, fish, meat wastes. Construction of modern
abattoir is under consideration by PBMC. To avoid mixing of Bio-medical
Waste with other waste separate container is placed in the vicinity of
Hospital exclusive for the storage of Bio-Medical waste. Total 200 Nos.
handcarts and 20 Nos. of three wheeler autos are used for transferring
waste into the container, community bins and transfer stations. Awareness
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programs conducted among the general public for collection, segregation,
Storage. Wastes are collected on daily basis. Transportation of waste to
disposal site is done through tipper truck and dumper placer under the
cover of nets.
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Andhra
Pradesh
There are 182 ULBs (19 Corporations & 163 Municipalities) in the state.
Authorization status not informed. An Integrated MSWM project (proposed by
GHMC) at Jawaharnagar and Shameerpet. Rangareddy district have
established compost plant & RDF for processing of 3600 TPD of MSW. The
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has constructed the
sanitary landfill facility and operating the same. Composting / vermin
composting plants have been set up by the municipalities of Vijayawada, Eluru,
Kadapa, Pulivendula, Suryapet, Nalgonda, Mandapet, Tenali, Guntakal,
Vemiganur, Karimnagar, Mancherial, Bobbili, Amudalavalsa, Salur, Palacole,
Narsaraopet, Sathenapalli, Tadipatri, Palamaneru, Kothagudm, Warangal,
Bhongir, Madanapalli, Rayachoty, Yerraguntla, Mangalagiri, Jammalamadugu,
Ramachandrapuram, Srikalahasti Jagital.
Karimnagar district obtained CFO of the Board to operate waste to energy
project of capacity 10 MW by using RDF (Refuse derived fuel) by processing of
273 TPD of MSW. The industry obtained CFE (expansion) of the Board to
enhance the power plant 10 MW to 12 MW by using 412 TPD of RDF.
Waste processing facilities are regularly monitored by APPCB. The closure and
containment activity of Kadapa dumpsite is being taken up under world bank
program. The Kadapa municipal corporation has identified a new site of area
92 acres for developing, processing and disposal facilities.
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Arunachal
Pradesh
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5
Assam
Bihar
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Chandigarh
The implementation of Rules could not be met as per time schedule.
However, continuous efforts are on for implementation of the
parameters.
One waste processing and disposal facility for the MSW of Capital
complex is operational at Chimpu in Itanagar..
The Itanagar Municipal Council and Pasighat Municipal Council have
taken over the subject of sanitation from the Department of Urban
Development & Housing (UD&H) of Itanagar capital complex and
Pasighat respectively. However the UD&H is responsible for the
management and handling of MSW as per the provisions laid down
under the municipal and handling of MSW as per the provisions laid
down under the municipal solid wastes (M&H) rules, 2000 in the other
remaining urban divisions.
A committee headed by the Deputy Commissioner, Capital complex is
constituted to identify dumping/landfill sites for the capital region.
No information is provided regarding authorization granted.
NR
There are 140 ULBs (11 Corporations, 41 Nagar Parishad and 88 Nagar
Panchayats) responsible for MSW management in the state. None of the
Municipalities are complying with the provisions of the MSW Rules. Hence, no
monitoring carried out. However, Patna Nagar Nigam has identified landfill site
at Bairia (Patna) and in the process of setting up waste processing and disposal
facility (1000 TPD). Authorization has been granted for the same during
December, 2013.
The Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh is solely responsible for waste
management in the UT of Chandigarh. About 350 TPD of MSW is generated in
Chandigarh UT including horticulture waste. Out of which, 340 TPD of waste is
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collected. The Garbage containing mandi wastes, hotel waste, drainage silt etc.
is sent to garbage processing plant and rest of the waste is dumped directly
into dumping ground daily. The garbage processing plant started receiving
entire quantity of city MSW from April 2009 onward. One heavy chain
bulldozer is used for compacting, pushing and leveling the garbage in low lying
areas at landfill site. One KB has been engaged for digging of fresh soil and
two tippers for transportation of the soil for spreading its layer over garbage
on day to day basis. Pipelines have been laid and leachate collection tank has
been constructed to collect leachate. Gas welds/vents has been provided in
closure landfills and sanitary landfill area and dumping ground.
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Chhattisgarh
There are 169 local bodies in the state. Applications for authorization was
received from only one ULB and granted the same. All the municipal
authorities have been instructed to develop setting up of waste processing and
disposal faculties as per the provision of the MSW rules, 2000 as per schedule
II. Out of 169 municipal authorities, 64 municipal authorities have identified
landfill sites, of which 16 landfill sites have been approved by district level
committee. Four (04) municipalities have established and started vermincomposting / composting operation. Monitoring for compliance is not
informed by the Board. .
Necessary instructions have been issued to all local bodies of the state for
improvement of existing landfill sites as per provisions of MSW rules, 2000. In
the state, 64 municipal authorities have identified landfill sites, out of which
16 landfill sites have been approved by district level committee. 89 ULBs are in
search of suitable sites for identification of landfills as per the provisions of the
schedule — III.
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9
10
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
NR
NR
It is reported that 14 Municipalities in the state are responsible for
implementation of the MSW Rules, 2000. Out of which, application for
authorization received from 09 municipalities and authorization granted to 05
municipalities. Total 12 towns (Panaji, Pernem, Bicholim, Sanquelim, Valpoi,
Ponda, Mapusa, Marmugoa, Margao, Quepem, Cuucolim & Canacona) have
taken initiatives for MSW management and comply partially; none of them has
achieved 100% compliance. Two (02) towns not complied at all. Waste
processing plants are operational at 07 Municipalities (Pernem, Bicholim,
Sanquelim, Margao, Quepem, Cuucolim & Canacona). Two (02) waste
processing plants proposed at Panaji & Valpoi). There are open dumping sites
under 05 municipalities viz. Mapusa, Marmugoa, Margao, Sanguem &
Curchorem). Sanitary landfills operational under 05 Municipalities (Pernem,
Bicholim, Sanquelim, Quepem, Cuucolim & Canacona) and another landfill is
being constructed in the state. Landfill site identified by 03 municipalities
(Panaji, Ponda & Margao).
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Gujarat
There are 167 ULBs in the state are responsible for MSW management. The
status of Authorization to ULBs is not informed. It is reported that 38 nos.
vermin-compost plants, 40 compost plants have been set up in the state
besides, 13 composting plants are under construction. There is one RDF plants
(500 TPD) with power generation facility at Ahmedabad. Regional/individual
landfill sites have been identified for all municipalities, 64 sites have been
provided facilities with fencing; lighting, weighbridge, etc.; 5 SLFs developed
for disposal of MSW and 11 landfills are under construction. Some 42 ULBs
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proposed to develop landfills.
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Haryana
Total 74 ULBs in the state are responsible for implementation of the MSW
Rules, 2000. Total towns reported 79 Nos. comprising of 17 class-I
cities/towns, 20 class II towns, 26 class-II towns and 16 class IV towns.
Total 34 applications received for authorization during the year, none of them
was granted authorization. One authorization is under process.
All
municipalities collect their waste without segregation. Transportation norms
complied by 7 ULBs. However, 36 towns have taken initiatives for MSW
management. No municipality complied 100%. 11 towns were partially
complied. 57 towns not complied with MSW Rules. However, good initiatives
taken observed in YMN Algadhari and Karnal. It is reported that 03 waste
processing plants are operational and other 02 processing plants are waiting
for operation. 04 waste processing plants proposed. Total 59 dump sites
identified in the state. Sanitary landfilling in low lying areas is operational at 13
locations and 04 landfills have been constructed (YMN Ajgadhari, Karnal, lndri
& Nissing P). 36 landfill sites have been identified. Waste-to-Energy project yet
to take up in the state.
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Himachal
Pradesh
14
Jammu &
Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
15
16
17
18
19
Lakshadweep
Madhya
Pradesh
Total 56 ULBs responsible in the state for MSW management. There are one
Municipal Corporation, 25 Municipal Councils, 23 Nagar Panchayat and 7
Cantonment Boards. Total 18 ULBs have applied for authorization and
authorization granted to 08 ULBs.
As per Schedule-I, by 2003, 09 ULBs established waste processing facilities and
shared facility by 02 ULBs. Landfill sites identified by 50 ULBs and Landfill
under construction in 02 ULBs (Nalagarh & Baddi). Out 56 ULBs, none has
complied with the MSW Rules. Presently, 12 ULBs are processing MSW
(through pit composting, vessel composting & Stac technology) in 10 facilities
without landfill provision. Another 6 ULBs are planning & constructing waste
processing facilities. Monitoring not carried out as no ground water sources
at the sites.
NR
NR
NR
There are 65 Municipal Authorities (60 Municipalities and 05 Corporations)
responsible for MSW management in the state of Kerala. 776 TPD of MSW is
being collected in the stat out of which, 470 TPD is processed/treated. Total 33
ULBs having treatment facilities (compost/ vermin-compost and Biogas plants).
There is no scientific landfill site in the state for disposal of MSW. However, 07
landfill site have been identified for providing MSW disposal facility.
NR
Total 364 municipal authorities responsible for MSW management in the
state. Status of one ULB is under decision of Court.
Waste processing & Disposal facility: Four municipal authorities namely
Singrauli, Rewa, Chattarpur & Panna have installed compost plant. Municipal
Corporation Gwalior and Indore has commissioned waste processing and
disposal facilities. Municipal Corporation Jabalpur has also commissioned
kathonda landfill site and is in operation since march 2011. Cantonment Board
Sagar and Municipal Corpn. Sagar has given contract to private agencies for
making manure through composting. Nagar Palika Parishad Dabra has started
landfill site during 2010-11. DPR has been submitted by 91 municipal
authorities but no substantial progress in setting up of waste processing and
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Maharashtra
21
Manipur
22
Meghalaya
disposal facility has been done by any other municipal authority. The disposal
of MSW on land fill site by other local authorities has not been done in
accordance with the provision of the MSW rules. Usually, old practices are
being adopted with or without improvement.
Monitoring: In absence of operation of processing, disposal & storage facility
by any of the municipal authorities in accordance with the MSW rules,
monitoring of these facilities not taken up till the facilities are actually made
functional. However all regional offices have been instructed to continue
water quality monitoring in the close vicinity of existing MSW dump area.
Improvement of existing dumpsites: Municipal corporation Gwalior has
completed land fill site and processing plant in accordance with MSW rules.
Municipal corporation Indore has also developed landfill site and started
processing plant. No substantial improvement/ development have been done
at the existing dumping sides of municipal waste by any other municipal
authorities in the state excluding some improvement of minor nature.
Identification of landfill: 308 local authorities have identified the landfill site.
At Ujjain 08 local bodies have partially developed land fill sites. Municipal
corporation Sagar and Satna Nagar Palika Parishad Chhatarpur and Nagar
Parishad Chitrakoot have also developed land fill site for the disposal of MSW
but no site development or any other related works has yet been started by
other municipal authorities.
The status of authorization issued to ULBs not informed. MPPCB has issued
directions under section 5 of EPA 1986 to ULBs for effective implementation of
MSW Rules, 2000.
There are 257 ULBs which includes 239 Corporations/councils, 06
Cantonments & 06 Nagar Panchayats. Total generation of MSW in the state is
estimated as 26,820.29 MT/Day and treated 6286 TPD. Total 110 ULBs having
processing facilities (Partly), out of which, 13 ULBs having landfilling facilities
using landfilling facilities. Monitoring is being done in these facilities.
Improvement of existing landfill site has been done in Pune and Nagpur MC.
Identification of landfill site for future use has been done by 165 ULBs [24
Municipal Corporations and 141 Municipal Councils].
In Maharashtra,
compost plants (65 Nos.), Vermi-compost plants (38 Nos.), Bio-methanation
plants (24 Nos.), RDF (8 Nos.) and one plastic recycling plant are operational
for processing MSW. The BAARC (NISRGUNA technology) has been installed at
16 locations and planned for another 8 locations.
There are 09 Municipal Authorities (Imphal, Thoubal, Bishnupur, Moirang,
Nambol, Mayang-Imphal, Maching, Jiribam & Ningthoukhong) are responsible
for implementation of MSW Rules in the state. Total 170 MT/day MSW is
generated from above 09 towns. The other district Head Quarter of Ukhrul,
Sena pati, Tamenglong and Chandel have characteristics of urban areas but not
considered as urban area. These four towns generate 2.5-3.6 MT/day of MSW.
At present, there are no proper waste processing and disposal facilities
operating with authorization of the board in the state of Manipur. However a
municipal solid waste treatment plant for Imphal is nearing completion and in
operation on trial basis at Lamdeng khunou, 7 km away from Imphal.
There are 7 ULBs are responsible in the state for implementation of MSW
Rules namely- Municipal Board of Shillong, Tura, Williamnagar, Jowai, Shillong
Cannt., Baghmara and Resubelpur). Out of these 07 Municipalities, only 4 ULBs
have reported (Jowai, Tura, Shillong Cantt. Board & William Nagar).
Shillong Municipal Board has set up an aerobic compost plant (100 TPD) at
7I
Mawiong. The waste from Shillong Cantt. Board also brought to this plant for
processing. Meghalaya SPCB monitors the compost plant. There is no sanitary
landfill in the entire state for disposal of MSW. No improvement has been
done to the existing disposal sites. Shillong MB has identified a new landfill site
and land acquisition is under progress. The state is planning to set up scientific
landfill site near Umsawli village outside shillong. Tura Municipal Board is
having one vermin-composting plant for processing biodegradable waste.
Segregation is followed for the same. Monitoring not carried out at the site. A
DPR is prepared and Meghalaya Government has commenced construction
activities at the dumping ground of Ronkon Songgittal. Tura Municipal Board
has no proposal for selection of new landfill site. Jowai municipality has
acquired land at Sabah Muswang for landfill site and DPR prepared by Urban
Department. Presently, MSW is being dumped at Mynkjai. Wiiliamnagar
Municipality has no proposal for waste processing/disposal facility as quantity
is less (10.7 TPD).
Only 2 ULBs exist in the state responsible for MSW management. However,
there are total 33 towns including 3 class-I towns, 5 Class II towns and 12 Class
III towns. UD& PA and Trade & Commerce Departments are responsible for
MSW management in the state. "Mizoram Municipality Bill 2007" has been
passed in the Assembly. Waste processing and disposal facilities are yet to be
adopted in the state. Improvement of existing landfill sites are carried on by
SIMPIU and one landfill site has been identified on 3 rd September, 2002 at
Tuirial. NOC is issued for trench landfilling at Lengte, Mamit. Segregation of
waste is not followed in the state. Aizwal town generates 240.39 TPD of MSW.
One vermin-compost plant is under planned. Monitoring not carried out.
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Nagaland
There are 09 ULBs are responsible for implementation of MSW rules in the
state IDimapur, Kohima, Kiphire, Zunhebolo, Phek, Mokokchung, Wokha,Mon
& Tuensang]. Total 270 TPD MSW generates in the state and collected 186 TPD
(Report 2013-14]. There is no waste processing and disposal facility in the
state. However, Kohima municipal council has set up a vermi-compost plant
under demonstration project. The landfill site for Kohima has been identified
at Lerie. Authorization granted to Kohima Municipal Council for waste
processing and disposal. Presently, all municipalities are following the practice
of MSW dumping.
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Orissa
Total 110 ULBs are responsible for implementation of the MSW Rules in the
state. Out of 2460.4 TPD generation of MSW, 2096 TPD is collected and 30 TPD
is processed in various facilities. Segregation is followed in 4 ULBs
(Bhubnaswar, Cuttack, Rourkela & Bargarh).
Out of 110 municipalities, 19 ULBs have applied for authorization and
authorization valid ot39 ULBs till the year. Majority of ULBs failed to comply
with schedule-I. However, Paradeep NAC and Puri Municipality had set up
compost plant earlier.
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Puducherry
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Punjab
In UT of Puducherry, there are 25 ULBs including OS municipalities and 10
Commune Panchayats. Authorization was issued to 03 municipalities
[Pondicherry, Oulgaret and Yanam municipality] and 10 Commune Panchayats
for disposal of solid waste in their dump sites. All of them have to renew their
authorization.
Total 143 ULBs exist in the state. 2 facilities have been set up & operational in
Jalandhar and Hoshiarpur district and 1 facility in Ludhiana which will be
operational by Feb' 2014. 03 waste processing and disposal facilities are
monitored regularly by PPCB. Improvement of existing landfills done by 05
ULBs, 113 ULBs are partially complying and 25 ULBs are not complying. Still,
117 ULBs have not identified the landfill sites. Landfill sites identified by 26
ULBs belonging to Dist. Jalandhrar, Hoshiarpur, Bathinda, Barnala, Ludhiana
and Sangrur. Good initiatives taken for MSW management by 09 towns
(Adampur, Alawalpur, Phaguwara, Nakodar, Jalandhar, SAS Nagar, 2 districts in
Amritsar and I district in Sangur).
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Rajasthan
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Sikkim
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Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Total 190 municipal authorities in the state [class I: 41 cities, class II: 13 towns,
class III: 58 towns and Class IV: 78 towns). Out of 41 class-I town/cities, 18
Municipal corporations/authorities, (List enclosed) have developed/developing
SLF / compost plant, and the work these 6 major cities (Jaipur, jodhpur, Ajmer,
kota, Bikaner and udaipur) have been taken up in the first phase on PPP basis
on priority. Out of 13 class-II town/cities, in 7 Municipal Authorities DOR
preparation bid documents for Integrated solid waste management proposals
are invited (list enclosed). However specific point wise details have not been
submitted by the municipalities/authorities to the state board so far.
Authorization status not reported.
In the state of Sikkim, 04 Municipal authorities (Gangtok, Namchi, Geyzing &
Mangan) have reported during the reporting year. Gangtok Municipal
Corporation is sending MSW to Martam MSWTF, but the facility is nonfunctional and hence, wastes are being dumped at the Martam site. However
construction of sanitary landfill at existing dumpsite at Martam is underway.
The project is being carried out by Urban Development and Housing
Department (Govt. of Sikkim) with financial assistance from Asian
Development Bank (ADB). Namchi Municipal Council District-(south Sikkim)
has taken up construction of MSW treatment facility which is under
construction at sipchu (near Jorthang). The Gayzing Municipal Nagar
Panchayat (West Sikkim district) also sends MSW to above facility at sipchu.
Presently, the wastes from these two municipalities are being dumped at
sipchu near jorethang. Mangan Nagar Panchayat (North Sikkim district) has
installed organic 'waste convertor for converting waste into compost.
Monitoring the performance of waste processing and disposal facilities not
carried out in any facility. Landfill sites as per provisions of these rules is under
construction at sipchu (near Jorethang)
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Total 20 ULBs responsible for implementation of the MSW Rules in the state
(Municipal Corporation -1, Municipal Council-10 & Nagar Panchayat- 09).
Application for authorization received from 07 LUBs and granted authorization
to 05 ULBs.
Initiatives have been taken to set up waste processing facilities like compost
plant in Agartala, Kailasahar, Kumarghat and Ambasa. Also, Initiatives taken for
setting up landfill facility at Agartala, Bishalgarh, Ranirbazar, Sonamura,
Melaghar, Khowai, Teliamura, Amarpur, Santirbazar, Sabroom, Udaipur,
Belonia, Kamalpur, Ambasa, Kumarghat, Kailasahar & Dharmanagar.
The State Government is trying hard to implement the MSW Rules . The Urban
Development Department of Govt. of Tripura • has sanctioned Rs. 14.92 Crores
for 15 ULBs in connection with improvement of their solid waste management.
For newly established 04 ULBs, Urban Department is preparing proposal for
releasing funds for effective management of MSW of those areas.
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Telengana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
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Total 68 ULBs including five cantonments responsible in the state for
implementation of MSW Rules. None of the Local bodies has set up waste
processing and disposal facility. Nagar Palika Dehradun & Pauri has identified
site for MSW disposal and the matter is under process. The local bodies are
collecting MSW without segregation and disposed through open dumping.
Waste processing and sanitary landfill facility does not exist. However, 3 ULBs
are composting in unplanned pits. Total waste generation and collection
reported to be 1013 TPD. Only one ULB is practicing house to house collection.
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West Bengal
127 ULBs exist in West Bengal responsible for implementation of the MSW
Rules; which include 58 class-I towns, 28 class II towns, 32 class Ill towns , 8
class IV towns and 01 class V town. Application received for authorization
from 05 ULBs and 02 operators. Authorization issued to 04 ULBs (N.
Barrackpore, Chandemagore, Bhadreswar & Krishnanagar) and 02 operators
(Time Tech Waste Solution & WB Waste Mgt.).
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Status of implementation Schedule I (Rule 4(3)
Andaman
Nicobar
Land identified site identified at Brookshabad. The application for
authorization for setting up facility for processing and disposal of MSW has not
yet been received. Monitoring proposed to be done after Setups the waste
processing and disposal facilities.
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Andhra
Pradesh
There are 182 ULBs (19 Corporations & 163 Municipalities) in the state.
Authorization status not informed. An integrated MSWM project (proposed by
GHMC) at Jawaharnagar (V) and Shameerpet (M). Rangareddy district have
established compost plant & ROE for processing of 3600 TPD of MSW. The
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) have constructed the
sanitary landfill facility and operating the same.
Composting/vermin composting plants have been set up by municipalities of
Vijayawada, Eluru, Kadapa, Pulivendula, Suryapet, Nalgonda, Mandapet,
Tenali, Guntakal, Yemiganur, Karimnagar, Mancherial, Bobbili, Amudalavalsa,
Salur, Palacole, Narsaraopet, Sathenapalli, Tadipatri, Palamaneru, Kothagudm,
Warangal, Bhongir, Madanapalli, Rayachoty, Yerraguntla, Mangalagiri,
Jammalamadugu, Ramachandrapuram, Srikalahasti Jagital.
Karimnagar district obtained CFO of the Board to operate waste to energy
project of capacity 10 MW by using refuse derived fuel generated from
processing of 273 TPD of MSW. The industry obtained CFE (expansion) of the
board to enhance the power plant 10 MW to 12 MW by using 412 TPD of
refuse derived fuel.
Waste processing facilities are regularly monitored by APPCB. The closure and
containment of municipal solid waste dump site at Kadapa municipal
corporation is being taken up under world Bank program. The Kadapa
municipal corporation has identified a new site of area 92 acres for developing,
processing and disposal facilities.
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Arunachal
Pradesh
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5
Assam
Bihar
The implementation could not be met as per schedule-I. However,
continuous efforts are on for implementation of the parameters.
One waste processing and disposal facility for the MSW of Capital
complex is operational at Chimpu in Itanagar..
The Itanagar Municipal Council and Pasighat Municipal Council have
taken over the subject of sanitation from the Department of Urban
Development & Housing (UD&H) of Itanagar capital complex and
Pasighat respectively. However the UD&H is responsible for the
management and handling of MSW as per the provisions laid down
under the municipal and handling of MSW as per the provisions laid
down under the municipal solid wastes (M&H) rules, 2000 in the other
remaining urban divisions.
A committee headed by the deputy commissioner. Capital complex is
constituted to identify dumping/landfill sites for the capital region.
No information is provided regarding authorization granted.
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There are 140 (11 Corporations, 41 Nagar Parishad and 88 Nagar Panchayats)
responsible for MSW management in the state (AR 2010-11). None of the
Municipalities are complying with the provisions of Schedule-I of the MSW
Rules. None of the ULBs has complied with the MSW Rules and developed
facilities for processing and disposal of MSW. Hence, no monitoring carried
out. The Patna Nagar Nigam has identified landfill site at Bairia (Patna) and in
the process of setting up waste processing and disposal facility (1000 TPD)
including landfill at Bairia. Authorization has been granted for the same during
December, 2013.
M/s Jai Prakash Associate Ltd. has set up waste processing plant to process
RDF. Landfill site has been improved; capping & covering has been completed.
The MCC is in the process of identifying a new landfill site.
There 169 local bodies in the state. Applications for authorization was received
from only one ULB and granted the same. All the municipal authorities have
been instructed to develop setting up of waste processing and disposal
faculties as per the provision of the MSW rules, 2000. As per schedule II out of
169 municipal authorities of the state, 64 municipal authorities have identified
landfill sites, out of which 16 landfill sites have been approved by district level
committee. Four municipal authorities have established and started vermin
composting / composting plant. Monitoring for compliance to the rules not
informed by the Board.
Necessary instructions have been issued to all local bodies of the state for
improvement of existing landfill sites as per provisions of MSW rules, 2000. In
the state, 64 municipal authorities have identified landfill sites, out of which
16 landfill sites have been approved by district level committee and 89 ULBs
are in search of suitable sites for landfill as per the provisions of the scheduleIII.
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For setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities, Goa SPCB has
granted authorization to CCP for the facility at Goalim, Bainguinim, Tiswadi,
Panaji, etc. Pernem, Valpoi, Ponda and Mapusa MC have set up decentralized
composting units for MSW treatment. The Bicholim and Sanquelim MC have
setup composting facility and completed landfill construction.
Goa SPCB is carrying out monitoring at 02 waste management sites i.e.
Bicholim and Sanquelim. The rest of the sites are not monitored as they are
not ready.
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Chandigarh
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Chhattisgarh
8
9
10
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
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Gujarat
There are 167 ULBs responsible for MSW management in the state. It is
reported that 38 nos. vermin-compost plants, 40 Dampest plants have been
set up in the state besides, 13 composting plants are under construction.
There is one RDF plants (500 TPD) with power generation facility at
Ahmedabad.
Landfill sites have been identified for all ULBs as
Regional/individual facility. Out of which 64 landfills are provided with facilities
like fencing, lighting, weighbridge, etc. Presently, 5 SLFs developed in the state
for disposal of MSW, 11 landfills are under construction and proposed to
develop other 42 landfill sites.
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Haryana
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Himachal
Pradesh
Total 74 ULI3s in the state are responsible for implementation of the MSW
Rules, 2000. Total 79 towns in the state comprising 17 class-I cities/towns, 20
class II towns, 26 class-II towns and 16 class IV towns.
It is reported that 03 waste processing plants are operational and other 02
processing plants are waiting for operation. 04 waste processing plants
proposed.
Total 59 dump sites identified in the state. Sanitary landfilling low lying areas
operational at 13 locations and 04 landfills have been constructed (YMN
Ajgadhari, Karnal, Indri & Nissing P). 36 landfill sites have been identified.
Total 56 ULBs responsible in the state for MSW management. There are one
Municipal Corporation, 25 Municipal Councils, 23 Nagar Panchayat and 7
Cantonment Boards. Total 18 ULBs have applied for authorization and
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Jammu &
Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Lakshadweep
Madhya
Pradesh
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authorization granted to 08 ULBs.
As per Schedule-I, by 2003, 09 ULBs established waste processing facilities and
shared facility by 02 ULBs. Landfill sites identified by 48 ULBs and Landfill
under construction in 02 ULBs (Nalagarh & Baddi). Out 56 ULBs, none has
complied with the MSW Rules. Presently, 12 ULBs are processing MSW
(through pit composting, vessel composting & Stac technology) in 10 facilities
by sharing. None of these ULBs has landfill facilities. 6 ULBs are planning &
constructing waste processing facilities. Monitoring not carried out as no
ground water sources at the sites
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There are 65 Municipal Authorities (60 Municipalities and 05 Corporations)
responsible for MSW management in the state of Kerala. Total 1208.2 TPD of
MSW estimated to be generated in the state, out of which, 776 TPD of MSW is
being collected in the state and 470 TPD is processed/treated. Total 33 ULBs
having treatment facilities (compost/ vermin-compost and Biogas plants).
There is no scientific landfill site in the state for disposal of MSW. However, 07
landfill sites have been identified for providing MSW disposal facility. During
the reporting year, 09 ULBs have applied for authorization and authorization
issued to 03 ULBs. 06 ULBs had valid authorization till the year.
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Waste processing & Disposal facility: Four municipal authorities namely
Singrauli, Rewa, Chattarpur & Panna have installed compost plant. Municipal
Corporation of Gwalior and lndore have commissioned waste processing and
disposal facilities. Municipal Corporation Jabalpur has also commissioned
kathonda landfill site and is in operation since march 2011. Cantonment Board
Sagar and Municipal Corpn. Sagar has given contract to private agencies for
making manure through composting. Nagar Palika Parishad Dabra has started
landfill site during 2010-11. DPR has been submitted by 91 municipal
authorities but no substantial progress in setting up of waste processing and
disposal facility has been done by any other municipal authority. The disposal
of MSW on land fill site by other local authorities has not been done in
accordance with the provision of the MSW rules. Usually, old practices are
being adopted with or without improvement.
Monitoring: In absence of operation of processing, disposal & storage facility
by any of the municipal authorities in accordance with the MSW rules,
monitoring of these facilities not taken up till the facilities are actually made
functional. However all regional offices have been instructed to continue
water quality monitoring in the close vicinity of existing MSW dump area.
Improvement of existing dumpsites: Municipal corporation Gwalior has
completed land fill site and processing plant in accordance with MSW rules.
Municipal corporation Indore has also developed landfill site and started
processing plant. No substantial improvement/ development have been done
at the existing dumping sides of municipal waste by any other municipal
authorities in the state excluding some improvement of minor nature.
Identification of landfill: 308 local authorities have identified the landfill site.
At Ujjain 08 local bodies have partially developed land fill sites. Municipal
corporation Sagar and Satna Nagar Palika Parishad Chhatarpur and Nagar
Parishad Chitrakoot have also developed land fill site for the disposal of MSW
but no site development or any other related works has yet been started by
other municipal authorities.
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Maharashtra
In the state of Maharashtra, there are 257 no. of local bodies (Metro cities,
Corporations, 'A' — class councils, 'B' & 'C' class councils, cantonments, boards
& Nagar panchayats).
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board has prepared a summary statement of all
local bodies indicating class, populations, quantum of MSW generations, status
of authorization and form-II submission by the local bodies. The total
generation of MSW is 26,820.29 TPD wherein 89.19 % in Corporations, 2.08%
in A class cities, 4.11% in B Class towns, 4.13% in C class towns & 0.49% in
other towns. Total 4 ULBs were refused to authorization. Improvement of
existing landfill site has been done in Pune and Nagpur MC. 13 Municipalities
are following landfilling of MSW, but 9 ULBs using together processing &
disposal facilities. Total 110 ULBs having MSW processing facilities, of which
98 Municipalities partially processing. Monitoring is done in these facilities.
Improvement of existing landfilling facilities has been done in Navi Mumbai
MC, Pune MC, Pimpri MC & Nagpur MC. Total 165 Municipalities have
identified landfill sites. NISARGUNA technology of BAARC has been installed at
16 (total 52 TPD) ULBs and under construction in other 8 municipalities (23
TPD).
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Manipur
22
Meghalaya
At present, there are no proper waste processing and disposal facilities
operating with authorization of the board in the state of Manipur. However a
municipal solid waste treatment plant for Imphal is nearing completion and in
operation on trial basis at Lamdeng khunou, 7(seven) km approx. from Imphal.
Manipur Pollution Control Board regularly monitors temporary waste disposal
facility at Patsoi Lamkhai (Imphal west district) about 6 km from Imphal which
is operating without the authorization of the board. Directions are issued from
time to time to the municipal council to comply with the rules. So far, waste
processing is not reported by the municipal councils. Sanitary landfill site for
Imphal is in operation. 8 other municipal councils have also started
development of landfill sites. One site at Lamdeng khunou, 7 km away from
Imphal has been identified for treatment of MSW by the State Government
Construction works have been complete and ready for use.
There are 7 ULBs are responsible for implementation of MSW Rules in the
state and only 4 ULBs have reported (Jowai, Tura, Shillong Cantt. Board &
William Nagar).
Tura: A vermin-composting plant is adopted at Tura for processing
biodegradable waste. Monitoring not carried out at the site. A DPR is prepared
and Meghalaya Government has commenced construction activities at the
dumping ground of Ronkon Songgittal. Tura Municipal Board has no proposal
for selection of new landfill site.
Shillong Municipal Board has set up an aerobic compost plant (100 TPD) at
Mawiong. SPCB is monitoring the compost plant. No improvement done for
existing disposal site. SMB has identified a new landfill site and land acquisition
is under progress. The state is planning to set up scientific landfill site near
Umsawli village outside shillong.
Jowai: The municipality has acquired land at Sabah Muswang for landfill site
and DPR prepared by Urban Department. Presently, MSW is being dumped at
Mynkjai.
Wiiliamnagar: There is no proposal for waste processing/disposal facility as
quantity is less (10.7 TPD).
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Mizoram
Setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities under process and hence,
no monitoring is carried out. Projects are ongoing separately by SIPMIU and
Trade & Commerce Department for improvement of landfill sites. Landfill
identified at Tuirial and Lengte (Mamit Dist.) for which NOC issued.
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Nagaland
Kohima Municipal Council is implementing the Demo-project on
Municipals Solid Waste management, where waste processing and
disposal facilities are being set up. The remaining towns have not
initiated for such facilities.
Monitoring of such facilities is not carried out.
Improvement of existing landfill sites not done.
Landfill site for Kohima has been identified at Lerie.
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Orissa
The majority of the ULBs have failed to implement the activities specified in
schedule-I of the MSW Rules except identification of suitable landfill sites by
83 ULBs. A few other ULBs have proposed to set up the waste processing
facilities. However, only Puri Municipality has set up waste processing facility
(compost plant) earlier.
Total 110 ULBs are responsible for implementation of the MSW Rules in the
state. Total MSW generation is estimated to be 2460 TPD and 2107 TPD is
collected and 30 TPD processed only by Puri Municiplity.
Segregation is followed in 4 ULBs (Bhubnaswar, Cuttack, Rourkela & Bargarh).
Out of 110 municipalities, 19 ULBs have applied for authorization during the
reporting year and 39 ULBs have valid authorization.
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Puducherry
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Punjab
In UT of Puducherry, there are 25 ULBs including 05 municipalities and 10
Commune Panchayats. Authorization was issued to 03 Municipalities
[Pondicherry, Oulgaret and Yanam] and 10 Commune Panchayats for disposal
of solid waste in their dump sites. All of them have to renew their
authorization.
Total 143 ULBs exist in the state. 2 facilities have been set up & operational in
Jalandhar and Hoshiarpur district and 1 facility in Ludhiana. which will be
operational by Feb' 2014. 3 waste processing and disposal facilities are
regularly monitored by PPCB. 05 ULBs are complying, 113 ULBs are partially
complying and 25 ULBs are not complying. 117 ULBs have still not identified
the land fill site, 26 ULBs belonging to Dist. Jalandhra, Hoshiarpur, Bathinda,
Barnala, Ludhiana and Sangrur have identified the land fill site. Good
initiatives taken by 09 towns (Adampur, Alawalpur, Phaguwara, Nakodar,
Jalandhar, 545 Nagar, 2 districts in Amritsar and 1 district in Sangur).
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Sikkim
Total 190 Municipal authorities in the state. Out of 41 class-I town/cities, 18
Municipal corporation/authorities have developed/developing SLF / compost
plant; and the work of these 6 major cities (Jaipur, jodhpur, Ajmer, Kota,
Bikaner and Udaipur) have been taken up in the first phase on PPP basis on
priority. Out of 13 class-II town/cities; in 7 Municipal Authorities DOR
preparation bid documents for integrated solid waste management proposals
are invited. However specific point wise details have not been submitted by
the municipalities/authorities to the state Board so far.
MSW from Gangtok Municipal Corporation (East Sikkim) areas are sent to
Martam MSWTF but the facility is non- functional. Hence, wastes are being
dumped at the location. However construction of sanitary landfill at existing
dumpsite at Martam is underway. The project is being carried out by Urban
Development and Housing Department (Govt. of Sikkim) with financial
assistance from Asian Development Bank (ADB).
In Namchi Municipal Council District-(south Sikkim), MSW treatment facility is
under construction at sipchu (near Jorthang). The Gayzing Municipal Nagar
Panchayat, West Sikkim district also sends MSW to above facility at sipchu.
Presently, the wastes from these two municipalities are being dumped at
sipchu near jorethang. Mangan Nagar Panchayat (North Sikkim district) has
installed organic waste convertor for converting waste into compost.
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Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Monitoring the performance of waste processing and disposal facilities is not
carried out in any facility. Landfill sites as per provisions of these rules is under
construction at sipchu (near Jorethang)
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Total 20 ULBs responsible for implementation of the MSW Rules in the state
(Municipal Corporation -1, Municipal Council-10 & Nagar Panchayat- 09).
Set
Setting up of waste processing and disposal facilities were done by
31.12.2003 in all 16 old ULBs and efforts are being made to improvise the
existing landfill sites. Landfill sites have been identified by 18 ULBs including 2
by Agartala MC (Devendra Chandra Nagar and Ananda Nagar (Agartala)].
One compost plant has been installed at Agartala and two incinerators for
disposal of incinerable wastes. Construction work for compost plant at
Debendra Nagar has been started. However, monitoring performance of those
facilities not yet done.
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Telengana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
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None of the Local bodies has set up waste processing and disposal facility.
Nagar Palika Dehradun & Pauri has identified site for MSW disposal and the
matter is under process.
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West Bengal
127 ULBs exist in West Bengal responsible for implementation of the MSW
Rules; which include 58 class-I towns, 28 class II towns, 32 class III towns , S
class IV towns and 01 class V town. Application received for authorization
from 05 ULBs and 02 operators. Authorization issued to 04 ULBs (N.
Barrackpore, Chandemagore, Bhadreswar & Krishnanagar) and 02 operators
(Time Tech Waste Solution & WB Waste Mgt.).
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Andaman
Nicobar
Status of implementation Schedule II
(Rule GO) and (3), 7(1)]
Collection:
House-to-house collection done by PBMC in 107 pockets of 18 Wards. Pilot
project on implementation of solid waste at wards no. 13 & 14 are being
presently executed which will be extended to all 18 wards in a phase
manner.
Services of 04 dumper placer with 16 containers
have been
introduced in the collection system of waste where garbage generation is
more.
Sufficient of bins are placed at the markets for collection of fruit and
vegetable, fish, meat wastes. Construction of modern abattoir is under
consideration by PBMC.
To avoid mixing of Bio-medical Waste with other waste separate container is
placed in the vicinity of Hospital exclusive for the storage of Bio-Medical
waste.
200 Nos. handcarts and 20 Nos of three wheeler autos are used for transfer
the waste to the container, community bins and transfer stations.
Stray cattle are being regulated by impounding them in Municipal cattle
pound.
Action plan has been prepared by the Municipal Authority to handle the
municipal solid waste as per the norms specified under Municipal Solid Waste
(Management and Handling) Rules, 2000.
Segregation: Awareness programmes among the general public for
segregation, Storage and proper collection of waste are being conducted
on regular interval. Public health awareness groups among the educated
sanitary staff have be formed to ducate people and create awareness among
the general public for the proper management of waste.
Storage: In the entire Municipal area total 61 RCC bins, 600 number of HDPE
dust bins, 200 handcart trolleys- and 16 containers are placed for the
storage of garbage and solid waste by the public and also 4 dumper placer are
placed where quantum of waste generation is more. To avoid exposure of
waste to open atmosphere, lid type containers/roof type PCC and HOPE type
of dustbins of various capacities are placed at different collection points
to check the exposal of garbage.
Transportation: Wastes are collected daily basis. Transportation of waste to
disposal site is done through tipper truck and dumper placer under the cover
of nets.
Processing & Disosal: Not yet initiated by the PBMC but informed that a
projectis being ongoing under the supervision of expertise Waste
processing and disposal facility will be created as per the project submitted by
them..
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Andhra
Pradesh
Collection: House-to- house collection of MSW has been started in all the local
bodies in the state. As per the information furnished by the Commissioner &
Director of Municipal Administration 92% of households covered under door
to door collection.
Segregation: About 8 % of households in the states were covered under source
segregation.
Storage: None of the ULBs adopted three bin system. Manual handling of the
wastes was still carried out in most of the municipalities.
Transportation: In metro cities i.e. Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada
most of the MSW was transported in covered vehicles. In other municipalities
the waste was transported in trucks covered with nets to avoid scattering.
Processing:
Compost plant & RDF plant at Hyderabad. Power plant at Karimnagar
Compost plant at Vijayawada & Suryapet. Bio-methanisation plant at
Vijayawada. Vermi-compost/compost plant set up at Vijayawada, Eluru,
Kadapa, Pulivendula, Suryapet, Nalgonda, Mandapet, Tenali, Guntakal,
Yemiganur, Karimnagar, Mancherial, Bobbili, Amudalavalsa, Salur, Palacole,
Narsaraopet, Sathenapalli, Tadipatri, Palamaneru, Kothagudem, Warangal,
bhongir, Madanapalli municipalities
Disposal:
The greater Hyderabad municipal corporation (GHMC) have constructed the
sanitary landfill facility and operating the same. The rest of the ULBs dumping
the MSW in the existing dump sites.
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Arunachal
Pradesh
Collection: House to house collection facility is done in 1 Division. Further
household survey is underway in 1 Division to start house to house collection.
One division has incinerator in the respective hospital for disposal of biomedical waste. Weekly checking of slaughter house waste and demolition
waste (Malba) by DUDA in one of the Divisions. While one division has
instructed the respective private contractors to clean the demolition wastes
(Malba) by themselves.
Segregation : The municipal council Itanagar has conducted meeting with the
stakeholders to discuss about the MSW and its management in capital
complex.
Storage : Storage facilities like RCC bins and containers of different
specifications /sizes are established and put up in specific areas by taking into
account the quantities of wastes generation and population densities.
RCC bins, dustbins, trolleys, dumper placer/loader and twin litter boxes of
different capacities are installed at various specific locations accessible to the
users in the town for collection of wastes. The wastes are handled manually
due to constraints. However, it is carried out under proper precaution and the
safety of the workers is taken care of.
Transportation: The storage facilities are attended daily for clearing of wastes.
Vehicles like dumper placer, animal cart, tricycle, refuse collector, TATA Ace
with segregated compartment and tipper trucks are used for transportation of
wastes to the dumping site. Barring some trucks most of the other
transportation vehicles do not have waste covering facilities during its
transportation.
Processing of MSW: Department of UD&H had constructed one waste
processing and disposal facility at chimpu in Itanagar that is operational
wherein 50 MT/day of wastes are composited. Two of the divisions follow
vermicomposting and one division follows pelletization. Vermicomposting
proposal is underway in one division. MSW plant is under construction and is
likely to complete next year in one of the divisions.
Disposal of MSW: Excluding the one waste processing and disposal facility
that is operational at chimpu in Itanagar wastes of all other divisions are
disposed in open dumping ground. No landfilling is carried out'Landfill site is
under construction in one of the divisions.
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Assam
Bihar
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Chandigarh
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Chhattisgarh
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Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
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None of the ULBs has complied with the MSW Rules and developed facilities
for processing and disposal of MSW. Hence, no monitoring carried out. The
Patna Nagar Nigam has identified landfill site at Bairia (Patna) and in the
process of setting up waste processing and disposal facility (1000 TPD).
Authorization has been granted for the same during December, 2013.
Municipalities are also not following MSW handling rules..
Approximately 340 TPD of MSW generated in UT Chandigarh including
horticultural waste. Out of which, 330 TPD is collected containing Mandi
waste, Hotel waste, drainage silt, etc. is dumped directly into dumping ground
and rest of the waste is sent to the processing plant. The garbage processing
plant started since April 2009 onward. A heavy chained Buldozer is used for
compacting , pushing and levelling the garbage in low lying areas al landfill
site. One JCB has been provided for digging fresh soil for spreading soil cover
on landfilling daily basis. Leachate collection and treatment facilities have been
provided. Also gas venting system provided at the landfill site.
All municipal authorities have partial collection & transportation facilities for
the MSW management. But, they need to be effectively planned and managed
to comply with the provisions of the rule. No municipal authority has
segregation facilities for MSW
Four municipal authorities viz. Nagar Nigam Bhamtari, Korba, Jagdalpur and
Bade Bacheli have established and started vermin- composting / composting
plants.
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Compliance status of schedule II by 12 ULBs is as under;
Collection: 07 municipalities comply fully and 07 municipalities comply
partially.
Segregation: 04 municipalities (Panaji, Ponda, Cuncolim & Quepem) comply
segregation and 08 municipalities comply partially and 02 not complying.
Storage: complied by 08 ULBs..01 LARKpartly and 03 not complying.
Transportation: complied by all municipalities except one (Valpoi).
Processing: 12 municipalities process MSW partly and 02 Municipalities
(Curchorem & Sanguem) are not processing.
Disposal: MSW disposal norms partly complied by 12 Municipalities and 02
(Curchorem & Sanguem) not complying.
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Gujarat
House-to-house collection initiated almost in all ULBs (165) where, 7 ULBs
collected partly and 2 ULB not done at all. Segregation of waste is practiced by
10 ULBs, Total waste collected in the state is 9227.5 TPD; out of which 1354.25
TPD is being processed in the existing facilities. Waste processing facilities
provided by 76 ULBs and 25 ULBs treating MSW partially/fully. Some of these
are operational on trial run. The status of authorization issued to ULBs not
provided.'
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Haryana
Total 74 ULBs in the state are responsible for implementation of the MSW
Rules, 2000. Total towns — 79 Nos. out of which 17 class-I cities/towns, 20 class
II towns, 26 class-II towns and 16 class IV towns.
All municipalities collect their waste without following segregation.
Transportation norms complied by 7 municipalities (Faridabad, Panchkula,
Ambala, Naraingarh, Thanesar, Shahbad, Pehowas and Ladwa); others partially
or not complied.
It is reported that 03 waste processing plants have been operational
(Faridabad, Yamuna Nagar, Ambala) and other 02 processing plants are waiting
for operation. 04 waste processing plants proposed.
Total 59 dump sites identified in the state. Sanitary landfilling low lying areas
operational at 13 locations and 04 landfills have been constructed (YMN
Ajgadhari, Karnal, Indri & Nissing P). 36 landfill sites have been identified.
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Himachal
Pradesh
All 56 ULBs have partially complied with collection, segregation, storage &
transportation of MSW. Source segregation partially done for recyclable
materials by unregistered rag-pickers or community level. Partial waste
processing (Bioconversion/Pit composting) is used by the 12 municipal
authorities namely, Simla (bioconversion), Nahan, Una, Hamirpur,
Dharamshala (stac), Kangra (pit), Nagrota (pit), Kullu (pit), Manali (pit), Buntar,
Chamba (pit) & Cantt. Board- Jatogh. The waste of Solan is taken to Shimla
facility. Proposed another 6 processing plants. In Shimla, waste is processed
for compost and RDF in cement plant and then, the inert is landfilled.
However, no landfill facility exists in the state.
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Jammu &
Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
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Lakshadweep
Madhya
Pradesh
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Maharashtra
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The limited quantity of MSW collected by ULBs are either taken to common
facilities or dumped covering with earth after segregating the plastics or non biodegradable wastes. As a result, the quantity of waste is reduced
considerably. There is no scientific landfill site in the state for disposal of
MSW. However, 07 landfill sites have been identified for providing MSW
disposal facility. The plastics generated are collected and disposed through
recycling units. Total 33 ULBs having treatment facilities in combination of
compost/ vermin-compost and Biogas, plants. Composting facility practiced by
20 Municipalities, vermi-composting by 09 municipalities and Bio-gas facilities
in pockets of 16 ULBs.
Good initiatives observed for MSW management by the municipality of
Alappuzha, Ottapalam, Attingal, Varkala, Tirur, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna,
Malappuram, Shornur, Koilandy, Kottayam, Changanassery, Thalassery,
Ka nnur, Thaliparambu, Mattannur, Payyannur, Koothupuramba, Kozhencherry,
Koni, Thiruvalla, Punalur, Paravoor, Karangapally, Kozhikode & Kollam.
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Out of 365 ULBs, 11 ULBs complied with collection criteria, 309 partially and
44 not complied. Complete Segregation followed in 6 ULBs and 27 partially.
Processing of MSW complied by 05 ULBs and 08 partially. Disposal of MSW
complied by 05 ULBs.
Bio-composting plant installed by 8 ULBs (Bhopal, Singrauli, Rewa, Chattarpur,
Panna, Indore, Gwalior & Sagar). Landfill constructed by 4 ULBs (Gwalior,
Jabalpur, Indore & Dabra) and operational. DPR has been prepared by
Khajurao, Sheopur, Rewa, Shamgarh, Barod, Susner, Garoth, Narayangarh,
Malahargarh, Mandsaur, Neemuch, Ujjain, Rampur Baghelon, Amarpatan,
Birsinghpur, Jaitwara, Kothi & Kotar.
State Govt. decided that ULBs shall utilize 56.5% of grant under JNNURM in
12th FC for MSW management. Littering is prohibited in the state for effective
collection of MSW. ULBs are using house to house collection system using
ghanta gaddies, collection bins, etc. wastes from slaughter houses, meat & fish
market, vegetable markets of biodegradable nature are collected separately.
Segregation is done at source or by transporting vehicles. The recyclables find
its route of recycling/recovery. Inert materials, C&D are being disposed by
landfilling. Transportation is done generally under tarpaulin cover and
compactors used by a few corporations. 110 ULBs are treating
completely/partly of MSW through composting (65 ULBs), vermin-composting
(38 ULBs), Bio-methanation plant (8 ULBs). In addition 16 NISARGUNA plants
(52TPD) have been installed in different towns and 8 under construction.
There are 8 RDF plants established each at Nagpur, Jalgaon, Navi Mumbai,
Pune, Pimpri, Panvel, Mira Bhayander and Vasai Virar. Landfilling disposal is
practicing by 13 ULBs, but only 6 ULBs have established landfill provisions.
Others are in the process. One plastic waste recycling unit has been installed at
Navi Mumbai.
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Manipur
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Meghalaya
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Mizoram
Collection: NGOs are entrusted with collection of municipal solid wastes in
Imphal. Other municipal councils are also collecting are also collecting the
wastes in an organized manner.
Segregation: The processes of segregation of municipal solid wastes taken up
by the municipal councils needs to improve more. In Imphal city, Kakching,
Thoubal and other municipal areas, bins, traitors, etc. are installed for storage
of municipal solid wastes. However, color coding practices need improvement
Transportation Covered trucks, carries etc. are in use for transportation of
municipal solid wastes.
Processing & Disposal: There are provisions for processing of municipal solid
wastes collected/transported from Imphal municipal areas to treatment plant
at Lamdeng khunou apart from land filling facilities. Sanitary land fill practices
are resorted to by the municipal authorities. However a lot of improvement is
needed.
04 towns (Tura, Jowai, Williamnagar & Shillong Cantt. Brd) have reported
implementation of schedule II (collection to disposal). A vermin-compost plant
at Tura (45 TPD) and aerobic compost plant (100' TPD) at Shillong are
operational.
Tura: Segregation is done in Tura for vermin-composting. Storage facility
provided. Transport vehicles are not covered. Manuall handling of loading &
unloading of MSW but in case of high garbage accumulation JCB is used. No
sanitary landfill.
Jowai: 30 TPD of MSW collected daily. House-to-house collection is
introduced. Use of public dustbins are discouraged by local durbar. Covered
transportation of wastes. Manual handling for loading and unloading of MSW.
No processing facility installed, simply dumping at Mynkjai.
Shillong Cantt. Board: The SCB generates 17 TPD of MSW without segregation.
Provided 63 RCC bins and MSW handled manually. The waste is taken to the
compost plant of Shillong Municipality (100TPD).
No sanitary landfill facility exists in Meghalaya and waste is being disposed
through dumping.
Williamnagar generates 10.7 MT of MSW daily collected in 19 RCC Bins. No
segregation is practiced as no processing /disposal facility. Waste handled
manually. No sanitary landfill.
Collection: MSW is being handled by two Govt. Departments i.e. Urban
Development and Poverty Alleviation Department (UDPA) and Trade &
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Orissa
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Puducherry
Commerce Department. Waste is being collected from 63 localities in Aizwal.
RCC waste collection bins provided in 5 market places by Commerce
Department.
Segregation: No segregation
Storage : No storage facility
Transportation: 113 trucks are available under UD&PA for transportation of
MSW. No information on covered transportation.
Processing: No facility for processing/recycling of waste.
Disposal: No sanitary landfill exists in the state and hence, follows open
dumping of garbage. UD & PA department has identified disposal site at Tuirial
for Aizwal town and started developing.
The Trade & Commrce Department also identified separate landfill site (i.e.
Landfill Trench method) at Lengte, Mamit District. NOC was issued by the
Board on fith March 2013.
Collection of MSW: All municipalities collect MSW daily and transport to the
dumping site for disposal. Kohima municipal council has started door-to-door
collection.
Segregation: Segregation does not practice as all the waste is being dumped at
the site of dumpsite.
Storage : Community bins
Transportation: using uncovered vehicles
Processing: Not done. Partly vermi- composting is done at Viyakhule Kohima.
Disposal: All municipalities disposed at the open dump sites.
The implementation of schedule II is not satisfactory in the state. However, the
Govt. in H & UD Department has taken of the issue regarding sanctioned
money specially for implementation by 12 tb FC; and action has been initiated
to prepare action plan for the ULBs based on the local requirement, size of the
ULBs, waste generation, etc. Total 110 ULBs are responsible for
implementation of the MSW Rules in the state. Total MSW generation is
estimated to be 2460 TPD and 2107 TPD is collected and 30 TPD processed
only by Pun Municiplity. Out of 110 municipalities, 19 ULBs have applied for
authorization and 39 ULBs are having valid authorization till the year.
House-to-hOuse collection practiced by 56 ULBs
Segregation is followed in 4 ULBs (Bhubnaswar, Cuttack, Rourkela & Bargarh).
Processing: No processing facility exist in the state except Pun Municipality. 30
TPD of MSW processed only by Pun Municiplity.
Disposal: Dumping of MSW is widely being practiced by all municipalities at
the existing authorized/ identified sites. Badiprada municipality is providing
intermittent soil cover on the dumpsite. Cuttack municipal has proposed to
develop waste processing and disposal facility at Bhausuni. Jeypore and 7
municipalities have taken initiative to improve their existing landfill site. Total
82 ULBs have identified landfill sites. The identified landfill sites of Paradeep,
Jagatsinghpur NAC & Banki municipalities are not found suitable due to coastal
regulation.
Collection : Puducherry city is having two Municipalities viz. Puducherry and
Oulgaret municipality. MSW are being collected by both municipalities and
dumped in the dumpyard of Kurumbapet. In selected areas, door-to-door
collection is being carried out through locally available contractors. Total waste
generation of Puducherry city is estimated as 430 TPD; out of which 420 TPD is
collected for disposal.
Segregation: presently, no segregation is practiced.
Storage: Temporary storage of MSW is done in bins having capacity of 1100 lit,
1000 lit. and 660 lit. bins. Daily lifting of MSW is done from these storage bins.
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Rajasthan
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Sikkim
Transportation: Nearly, 110 vehicles are engaged for transportation of MSW .
Processing: At present no processing facility exists in Puducherry.
Disposal: MSW collected are dumped at the dump yard of Kurumbapet.
Biomedical wastes and Hazardous Wastes are managed according to the BMW
Rules, 1998 and HW Rules, 2008. From the year 2011, one private
entrepreneur has established a common Biomedical waste Disposal and
Treatment Facility (CBMWTF) at Thuthipet. They collect, treat and dispose the
BMW separately as per Rule.
Collection: collection is being done by all municipalities.
Segregation: 03 ULBs are segregating their waste properly and 10 ULBs
partially.
Storage: in open landfill sites.
Transport: 121 ULBs are transporting MSW using covered vehicles and 22 ULBs
are not complying.
Processing: 03 ULBs have their proper processing plants and 01 in Jalandhar is
partially processing waste. One processing plant at Ludhiana will be
operational by November, 2014. The remaining ULBs are not having any
processing facility.
Disposal: 04 ULBs have proper disposal system.
Out of 41 class I cities/towns, 18 municipalities have developed SLF/Compost
plants and the work of 6 major cities (Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bikaner and
Udaipur) have been taken up in the first phase on PPP mode on priority. Out of
13 class II towns, 7 municipal authorities have invited proposal for DPR.
However, details of progress of implementations are not available with
Rajasthan Board.
Collection: In Gangtok MSW collection done through community bin and by
municipal trucks on pre-informed timings by using bell ringing. It is reported
that 40 Tonnes per day of waste was collected during 2012-13.yzirg
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Municipal Nagar Panchayat reported that 8 tonnes per day of MSW is
collected. Mangan Nagar Panchayat (MNP) practicing Door- to- door collection
on daily basis. MNP is the first agency in the state to install organic waste
converter which is processing 300 kg of organic waste per day. M.N.P is
collecting SCIO kg ormsw per day which contains. 50% compostable organic
matter. 20% recyclables plastics 16% rags and remaining portion are inert.
Segregation and storage: norms not followed by any municipality.
Transportation, processing and disposal norms complied partially by the
municipalities.
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Tamil Nadu
Tripura
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Collection: House-to-house collection done in Agartala in 17 Wards. Other
ULBs not practicing house-to-house collection.
Segregation not done in any ULBs.
Storage: Facilties provided by all ULBs for temporary storage.
Transportation: done by 17 ULBs using tricycle, tipper trucks, etc. compliance
status not mentioned.
Processing and landfilling of MSW are done only by Agartala MC for compost.
Remaining ULBs simply dumping MSW.
Initiatives have been taken to set up waste processing facilities like compost
plant in Agartala, Kailasahar, Kumarghat and Ambasa. Also, Initiatives taken for
setting up landfill facility at Agartala, Bishalgarh, Ranirbazar, Sonamura,
Melaghar, Khowai, Teliamura, Amarpur, Santirbazar, Sabroom, Udaipur,
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Belonia, Kamalpur, Ambasa, Kumarghat, Kailasahar & Dharmanagar.
Construction of compost plant at Agartala (250 TPD), Ambasa, Kumarghat &
Kailsahar are going on.
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Telengana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
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Collection and disposal of waste started in 2010-11 by all local bodies and
continuing the practice. 3 local bodies practicing segregation and biocomposting (AR 2010-11). There is no proper designated SLF in the state.
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West Bengal
All 127 ULBs and towns have taken initiatives for collection, storage
segregation and transportation of wastes and partially complied.
Compost plants are operational at 08 ULBs -Bhadreswar (VC), Chandremagore
(VC), Kolkata, Bally, Garulia, N. Barrackpore, Kamarhati (VC) and Haldia MC.
Compost plants completed at and awaiting for operation at 10 ULBs
(Barrackpore, Budge Budge, Bansberia & Hoogly-chinsura-Chinsura, UttarparaKotrang, Konnagar, Rishra, Serampore. Champdani & Baidyabati) and
proposed at 28 ULBs.
7 Sanitary landfills facilities are operational (Gurulia, N. Barrackpore,
Kamarhati, Bhadreswar, Chandemagore, Bally & Haldia) including 2 common
regional facilities for 12 ULBs. 4 La ndfillis and 2 regional Landfill facilities have
been completed and waiting for use for 13 Municipalities. Again, construction
of landfill facility is proposed by 29 ULBs.
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Table-Ill:
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Summary of progress made in Implementation of Schedule Ill
States
Andaman
Nicobar
Andhra
Pradesh
Status of implementation Schedule III
[Rule 6(i) and (3), 7(2)]
Landfill site identified at Brookshabad.
APPCB has instructed all municipalities and corporations located in the state to
identify sites for landfills by taking environmental issues into consideration and
construct well designed engineered sanitary land fill facilities. Urban local
bodies are in the process of identifying sites for locating landfills.
Hyderabad Municipality has constructed sanitary landfill facility and operating
the same.
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Arunachal
Pradesh
4
5
Assam
Bihar
6
Chandigarh
7
Chhattisgarh
8
9
Daman Diu
Delhi
10
Goa
All 14 ULBs have identified their landfill sites. Landfill construction completed
by 07 municipalities (Bicholim, Sanquelim, Quepem, Cuncolim & Canacona
municipalities) and 02 municipalities set up temporary landfill site.
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Gujarat
12
Haryana
13
Himachal
Pradesh
In Gujarat, initiatives taken to develop 64 landfill sites by making provisions in
terms of fencing, lighting and weigh-bridge, etc. Moreover, 16 landfill sites are
proposed to be developed by GUDCL. Presently, 5 landfills have been
constructed and 11 landfills are under construction. Proposed to develop 42
landfills. Pollution prevention and monitoring mechanisms yet to be
developed.
Total 59 dump sites identified in the state. Sanitary landfilling low lying areas
operational at 13 locations and 04 landfills have been constructed (YMN
Ajgadhari, Karnal, Indri & Nissing P). 36 landfill sites have been identified.
No sanitary landfill facility exists in the state. Landfill sites have been identified
by 48 ULBs and landfill facility is under construction at 02 ULBs (Nalagrh &
Baddi).
A committee headed by the Deputy Commissioner, Capital complex is
constituted to identify dumping/landfill sites for the capital region.
The dumping sites are located away from habitation clusters, forest
areas, water bodies, monuments, national parks, wetlands and places
of important cultural, historical or religious interest.
Written to all the deputy commissioners of the state to expedite the
process for identification of landfill sites.
Also, written to the Chief Municipal Executive Officer of Itanagar
municipal council to identify and select and select a site for landfill
site.
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No landfill site developed identified in the state except by Patna Nagar Nigam.
The landfill at Patna is under process of development.
Chandigarh PCC has directed MCC to install weighbridge for measuring the
daily waste coming to the landfill site. The MCC has already obtained electric &
water connection and has also provided boundary wall as per schedule III.
As per schedule III out of the 169 municipal authorities of the state, 64
municipal authorities have identified landfill sites, out of which 16 landfill sites
have been approved by district level committee 89 are in search of suitable
sites as per the provisions of the-schedule III.
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Jammu &
Kashmir
Jharkhand
16
17
Karnataka
Kerala
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Lakshadweep
Madhya
Pradesh
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There is no scientific landfill site in the state for disposal of MSW. However, 07
landfill sites have been identified for providing MSW disposal facility.
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It is mentioned that out of 364 local bodies, 308 local bodies have identified
land for MSW disposal. Out of 308 local bodies, 239 local bodies have been
allotted land site for MSW. However only 135 local bodies have obtained
possession. MC-Gwalior and MC-Indore have setup waste processing and
disposal facilities. Nagar Palika Dabra has also started land fill-site during 201011. Municipal corporation Jabalpur has completed construction of one cell of
land fill site and has started operation since march 2011. MC-Jabalpur has also
made an agreement with Essel Jabalpur MSW (P) ltd. regarding waste
processing plant on BOOT basis but field work is yet to start. MC-Ujjain has
also proposed mechanical composting plant. MC-Sagar and Nagar Palika
Parishad- Chhatarpur has developed site for processing and disposal of MSW.
MC-Satna and Nagar Parishad Chitrakoot have developed the land fill site.
Municipal corporation Satna has also installed composting plants. Phased plan
for construction and closure of site is not given to the Board. Also action plan
for making the landfill site functional have not submitted by most of the
municipal authorities as per the provision of MSW rules, even after issuing
directions u/s 5 of EPA Rules.
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The main constrain for setting up of waste processing and landfill facility is the
non-availability of suitable land and to some extent prevailing of coastal Zone
regulations, resistance from people (NIMBY syndrome). Urban Department has
passed order to District level Committee to adopt suitable technology and
identify landfill sites observing prescribed criteria including CRZ areas. 165
ULBs have identified their landfill sites for future disposal of MSW. The
regional Offices of MPCB are to follow the criteria strictly with regard to CRZ
and river regulation zone policy. Total 110 ULBs are treating wastes
completely/partly through compost/vermin-compost and Biogas plant. There
are compost plants (65 Nos.), Vermi-compost plants (38 Nos.), Biomethanation plants (24 Nos.) including NISARGUNA technology, RDF (8 Nos.)
and one plastic recycling plant in the state. The BAARC (NISRGUNA technology)
has been installed at 16 locations (52 TPD) and planned for another 8 locations
(23 TPD).
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Manipur
Site Selection: The site selection for processing and disposal of municipal solid
waste is as per rules.
Facilities of he site : Fencing of the site at lamdeng khunou is complete with
proper gate, metalled approach roads, weighing machines, amenities for the
workers and proper power supply etc. other sites have temporary fencings.
Specifications : AU the provisions under the specification of land filling are
periodically complied with by the executing authority. However a lot of
improvement is required.
Pollution prevention: In order to prevent pollution problem from landfill
operations, the following steps are taken up at lamdeng khunou
Diversion of storm water drains to minimize leachate generation
Construction of a non-permeable lining system
Provisions for management of leachates collection and treatment
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NR
Prevention of run-off from landfill area entering any stream, river lake or pond.
Monitoring: Water quality monitoring to be carried out at the site at Lamdeng.
Ambient air quality monitoring Facilities for collection of gas and control
system including gas collection system is made at landfill site at lamdeng
khunou to minimize odour generation, prevent off- site migration of gases. At
present air quality monitoring of the site is yet to be carried out.
Plantation: Direction in this regard shall be provided to the executing agency
in due course.
Closure of landfill site and post-care
Direction in this regard also shall be provided to the executing agency as when
required. Necessary steps have been taken up with the concerned authority
for granting approval of the board.
22
Meghalaya
23
Mizoram
24
Nagaland
25
Orissa
26
Puducherry
27
Punjab
28
Rajasthan
29
Sikkim
There is no sanitary landfill site in the state. All municipalities dispose their
MSW in open dumping. No proposal to improve existing dumpsites.
There is no landfill site in Mizoram. Disposal site has been identified on 3'd
September, 2002 for Aizwal. Trade & Commerce Department has proposed to
establish separate landfill site (10 TPD) and processing market waste at Lengte,
Martin district.
No landfill site exists in the state. Kohima municipality has identified landfills
site at Lerie for setting up waste processing and disposal facilities.
Inspite of repeated request, 83 ULBs have identified the suitable site for waste
rocessing and disposal facility. The Board has been requesting ULBs to identify
site for setting up waste processing and disposal facilities involving the
regional officers of the Board and revenue Authority of Govt. and all district
Collectors' have been requested by the Revenue Department to take
appropriate action for identification of suitable land including its alternative in
favour of ULBs. Setting up of well -designed landfill facilities and improvement
of existing disposal site are in progress.
Presently, there is a proposal to set up MSW treatment facility at Kurumbapet
dumping site.
Out of 143 ULBs, 46 ULBs have not developed the site as per the schedule Ill of
MSW Rules. Remaining 97 ULBs have started complying with the Rules and
have developed the site partially.
No information is available with Rajasthan Board regarding implementation of
waste disposal facilities (landfill sites).
Urban Development and Housing Department (UD&HD), Govt. of Sikkim
was accorded authorization for municipal solid waste .treatment facility
vide o. no.75/SPCB/1143 dated 26/10/10 which was valid till 31" March
2011. After the constitution of Gangtok Municipal Corporation the
MSWFT was handed over to GMC.
Sikkim Board is trying to secure compliance with the criteria listed at
scheduled Ill at present by coordinating with the municipal authorities.
As the enforcement of the rules rests with the Urban Development
Department, District Collectorate and implementing agency being
municipal authority, it involves multiple stakeholders and coordination
and effective execution has become a big challenge.
30
Tamil Nadu
NR
31
Tripura
Total 19 Landfill Sites have been identified in 18 ULBs. Agartala town has
identified 2 landfills. Only Agartala is practicing landfilling disposal of MSW,
the other towns are simply dumping. Agartala has created landfill facility at the
old site, other 17 ULBs are trying to create facility at the site.
32
32
33
Telengana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
NR
NR
Sanitary landfill for MSW disposal does not exist in the state. Landfill site has
been identified by Dehradun and Puari Nagar Palika which are under process
of getting EC.
34
West Bengal
7 Sanitary landfills facilities are operational including 2 common regional
facilities for 12 ULBs (Garulia, N. Barrackpore Kamarhati, Bhadreswar,
Chandremagore, Durgapur Asansol Kulti, Jamuria, Ranigani Bally & Flaldia).
Also, completed construction of 6 landfills including 2 common facilities and
ready to use by 13 ULBs (Dum Dum, S. Dum Dum, Baranagar Barrackpore,
Budge Budge, Basberia, Hoogly Chinsura, Uttarpara-Kotrang, Konnagar, Rishra
Serampore Cham pdani & Baidy abati) and proposed at 28 ULBs.
Table-IV:
SI.
No
1
Summary of progress made in Implementation of Schedule IV
States
Andaman
Nicobar
Status of implementation Schedule IV
[Rule 6(i) and (3), 7(3)1
Landfill site identified at Brookshabad. Monitoring to be carried out after
construction of the facility.
2
Andhra
Pradesh
APPCB has constituted Site Clearance Committees' at district and state level
to obtain views of relevant agencies like Development Authorities, Town and
Country Planning Department, Ground Water Department and Airport
Authorities before issuing authorizations to urban local bodies for setting up of
waste processing and disposal facilities. As per recommendation of these
committees, necessary standards are being stipulated in the authorization in
conformity with schedule — IV of the rules.
3
Arunachal
Pradesh
One waste processing treatment and disposal facility located at Chimpu in
Itanagar is operational. Monitoring status not reported.
4
S
Assam
Bihar
6
Chandigarh
7
Chhattisgarh
NR
Monitoring not carried out as no waste processing and disposal facility setup in
the state.
Monitoring of the waste processing and disposal facilities has not been
reported by CPCC
Four Municipal Authorities viz. Dhamtari, Korba, Jagdalpur and Bade Bacheli
have established and started vermin composting / composting plants, but
monitoring performance not informed.
S
9
10
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
11
12
Gujarat
Haryana
13
15
Himachal
Pradesh
Jammu &
Kashmir
Jharkhand
16
17
Karnataka
Kerala
18
19
Lakshadweep
Madhya
Pradesh
14
NR
NR
Monitoring is carried out at two MSW management sites of Bicholim and
Sanquelim.
No monitoring mechanism is developed yet.
Haryana State- Boards has conducted monitoring of MSW managementskes at
12 locations (Ballabgarh, Bahadurgarh, Dharuhera, Faridabad, Guragaon S &
Gurgaon N, Hisar, find, Panchkula, Panipat, Sonepat & Yamina nagar).
Monitoring is not carried out n the MSW management sites as no
groundwater sources available.
NR
NR
.
NR
Monitoring of MSW facilities has not been reported by Kerala Board. In
Palakkad Municipality, leachate collected and disposed through septic tank /
soak pit arrangement.
NR
Municipal corporation of singrauli, Rewa, Nagar Palika Chattarpur and Panna
are operating compost plants. Municipal corporation Gwalior is operating
mechanical & vermin-composting plant. MC-Sagar and Cantonment Board
Sagar have given contact to private agencies for making manure through
composting. Work is under progress at local body Shahgarh, Bina and Damoh.
Remaining municipal authorities have not provided MSW processing and
disposal facilities in implementation of schedule-IV. MPPCB is constantly
pursuing for implementation of MSW rules through seminar, meetings with
local bodies an at state govt. level. M.P pollution control board has issued
direction u/s 5 of EPA 1986 to urban local bodies for effective implementation
of MSW rules, 2000 however compliance is still awaited.
MPCB conducts monitoring in the vicinity of waste processing plants with
regard to air quality and groundwater. Six monthly monitoring is carried out in
Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Ambad, Navapur and Sonpeth.
The waste processing or disposal facilities i.e composting, incineration,
pelletisation, energy recovery or any other facilities based on state-of-the-art
technology are started on trial basis at municipal solid waste treatment plant
at Lamdeng khunou. Necessary measures will be taken up by Manipur
pollution control board to ensure that these activities are carried out as per
standards.
Monitoring of waste processing /disposal sites are not monitored by MPCB
due to shortage of staffs.
No monitoring is carried out by the SPCB. The composting and disposal
facilities are not yet developed. DPR for compost plant is proposed by UD & PA
Department through SIMPIU.
._._
Monitoring is not conducted as landfill site/ waste processing plant does not
exist for monitoring.
Action yet to be taken for monitoring.
20
Maharashtra
21
Manipur
22
Meghalaya
23
Mizoram
24
Nagaland
25
Orissa
26
27
Puducherry
Punjab
Since there is no permanent sanitary landfill site, monitoring not carried out.
M/s Punjab Grow More Fertilizers, Wariana is using facility of composting
total garbage from the city of Jalandhar. The Common Facility at Sham
Chaurassi, run by M/s UPL-Environmental Engineering Ltd. Is used for
composting of the waste generated from three towns — Alawalpur, Adampur
and Shamchaurasi.
28
Rajasthan
29
Sikkim
30
31
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
32
33
Telengana
Uttar Pradesh
SPCB reported that municipalities are developing/have developed 25 SLFs and
7 compost plants. No information provided on monitoring of these facilities.
In all the municipal areas, the standards listed at schedule IV are not being
complied with due to absence of treatment facility.
Not Reported
Measures are being taken to comply with standards for composting/vermin
composting and treating leachate at Hapania. Two incinerators have been
installed at Hapania dumping ground & air pollution control device is
operational.
NR
Not Reported
34
Uttarakhand
State Board has not conducted monitoring of MSW sites.
35
West Bengal
Status of monitoring M5W facilities not informed by WBPCB
0
&Iv
NO
States/UTs
-........... n•••
No. of local bodies
Reported
aa n••• a gia IL U U
Annexure-I
...owns,
Total ULOs
Authorizations granted
during 2013-14
Applications Received
1
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
3
Arunachal Pradesh
4
Assam
5
Bihar
6
Chandigarh
7
Chhattisgarh
8
Daman Diu
9
Delhi
10
Goa
11
Gujarat
12
Haryana
13
Himachal Pradesh
14
Jammu & Kashmir
15
Jharkhand
16
Karnataka
17
Kerala
18
Lakshadweep
19
Madhya Pradesh
20
Maharashtra
21
Manipur
22
Meghalaya
23
Mizoram
24
Nagaland
25
Orissa
26
Puducherry
27
Punjab
28
Rajasthan
29
Sikkim
30
Tamil Nadu
31
Tripura
32
Uttar Pradesh
33
Uttarakhand
34
West Bengal
TOTAL
INR-Information not received
2
4
00
182
02
INR
0
01
169
INR
INR
14
167
74
56
INR
INR
INR
65
INR
364
257
09
04
02
09
110
15
143
25
04
INR
20
INR
68
127
1314
01
182
02 + 18 Urban Divs.
83
140
01
169
03
04
14
167
74
56
INR
41
219
65
INR
364
257
09
07
2
09
110
15
143
190
05
664
20
630
68
127
3839
•
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
01
INR
INR
09
INR
34
18
MR
INR
INR
09
INR
INR
INR
NH
INR
INR
01
58
15
05
INR
INR
INR
07
INR
11
05
164
Cumulative valid
authorization
(from 2001 to 20141
Authorization Granted
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
01
INR
INR
05
INR
0
08
INR
INR
INR
03
INS
INR
INR
nil
INR
INR
01
39
15
4
INR
INR
INR
05
INR
0
04
76
01
133
Nil
23
01
04
65
Nil
03
38
297
0
91
INR
01
223
47
Nil
408
794
Nil
8
03
04
171
20
36
35
Nil
399
70
43
43
98
Annexure I A
Status of Towns citie
S.
NB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
States/UTs
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh
Daman Diu Haveli
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Puducherry
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
TOTAL
r an Local Ho we
No. of local bodies
Class I
Class II
01
182
02
83
1
29
140
19
•
18
01
01
169
03
04
14
01
02
167
27
36
74
17
20
56
01
01
INR
41
219
65
INR
364
257
23
18
09
01
01
07
01
01
02
3
5
09
110
07
15
15
2
141
18
27
190
41
13
05
664
20
630
68
127
58
28
3839
ay not have constituted in e tire towns of states.
Cities /Towns
Class III
Class IV
Total
Towns
Class V
53
67
18
02
81
26
05
06
57
16
07
03
23
0
15
204
05
05
12
08
08
05
01
01
Class VI
18
0
27
tin Classed
0
0
0
0/
36
2
45
58
39
06
Nil
40
78
13
01
32
08
01
0
Nil
204
16
125
129
01
138
04
58
44
242
79
57
72
72
268
154
3
395
377
33
16
22
09
135
6
147
220
09
831
20
707
79
359
5034
Annexure-II
STATUS OF ANNUAL REPORT RECEIVED FROM SPCBS/PCCS
States
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal P.
Assam
Bihar
Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
1&K
Markhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Puducherry
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
2001-2
2002-3
2003-4
Y
Y
V
Y
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
2004-5
Y
Y
V
Y
y
Y
Y
2005-6
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
V
Y
V
Y
Y
V
Y
V
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
17
11
Y: Yes, submitted Annual Report 2008-9
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Y
V
Y
V
V
Y
Y
V
V
V
Y
V
V
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
y
Y
V
V
Y
y
V
V
V
2013-14
Y
Y
V
V
Y
Y
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
V
V
Y
V
V
Y
V
V
Y
Y
V
V
27
2007-8
V
Y
Y
V
V
V
Y
2006-7
V
Y
Y
V
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
21
Y
19
Y
Y
V
Y
V
V
V
V
Y
y
y
V
V
V
Y
Y
18
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
22
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
Y
V
V
Y
V
Y
Y
V
V
Y
Y
V
V
V
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
Y
V
V
V
Y
V
Y
25
Y
V
V
Y
V
Y
Y
V
Y
V
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
V
V
Y
V
Y
V
V
Y
Y
21
V
V
23
V
V
25
V
Y
Y
Y
V
Y
Y
Y
Y
19
Y
V
Y
V
V
Y
Y
Y
V
V
Y
V
V
Y
25
.
Annexure-Ill
Annexure-Ill
SETTING UP OF LANDFIL
SI.
No.
States/UTs
Reported during 2013-14
Initiative
No. of landfill
taken
site identified
New landfill
constructed
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Total
Landfill
constrd
0
02
0
1
Hyderabad
01
INR
01
1
Kadapa
Shahbad
0
INR
0
01
0
INR
03
07
0
INR
0
0
0
INR
INR
INR
02
INR
0
Nil
INR
1
Itanagar & Pasighat
16
INR
64
9
10
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
. Chandigarh
Chhatisgarh
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
11
Gujarat
12
4
11
64
12
Haryana
04
2
4
53
13
14
15
Himachal Pradesh
lharkhand
l& K
0
INR
INR
0
INR
INR
02
INR
INR
48
16
Kerala
0
0
17
Karnataka
12
18
19
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
20
Maharashtra
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name of sites
Reported till 2012-13
No. of sites
Name of Landfills sites constructed
identified
or Identified
Existing/
exhausted
Landfills
INR
01
Initiatives
taken
Nil
Nil
Nil
01
Nil
Nil
03
07•
Nil
01
55
01
35
Nil
03
04
08
69
172
2*
INR
INR
INR
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
01
4^
50
03
INR
0
07
Nil
27
02
INR
INR
INR
12
53
190
INR
5
INR
14
INR
4
(Sagar,
Chattarpur,
Satna &
ChitrakooD
INR
308
INR
Or
INR
05
INR
306
*Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur & Dan
6
0
or
INR
220
Nashik,
26
0
-
Patna
Within Delhi
Pernem, Bicholim,
Sanquelim, Quepem,
Margao,Cuncolim &
Canacona
Rajkot, Rajpipla, Surat &
Vadodara
Faridabad/Gurgaon,
Yamuna nagar, Sirsa &
Amba la
(Nalagarh & Baddi)
#Ujjain
0
39
INR
INR
INR
4
Nalgonda,
Vizag,
Vijaywada &
Guntur
01
01
03*
73
Nil
02
14
Vizianagaram (closed)
Itanagar
Guwahati
*Narketiaganj, Muzaffarpur
Dadumajra
& Patna
Bhalswa, Okhla & Ghazipur/ Narela
• Pernem,
Bicholim,
Sanquelim,
Quepem & Concolim
Anjar, Bhachau, Halvad, Morbi &
Wankaner. Earlier landfills —Surat,
Alan& Ahmedabad (AR:2007-08).
Sirsa &Ambala (AR: 2007-08)
Ranchi, Jamshedpur & Ohanbad
Chandoora, Badgam, SamboOra &
Pul;wama
Capping of old dump site completed
one corporation
Mangalore +111131, Karwar, Wadi.
Puttur & Ankola. Landfills reported
earlier- Yelahanka & Byataryanpura
(AR: 2007-08) Mysore, Bellary,
Mangalore In 2009-10, Simoga &
Belgam
Sonpeth,
Ambad,
Pune,
0
08
imphal
Nil
10
10
0
1
3
3
83
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
09
01
Nil
2
02'
01
01
82
0
04
(
26
Aizwal
Shilling, Tura & lowai
Kohima (Lurie)
Bhubneswar, Cuttack,
Berhampur & Rourkela)
NA
Navapur & Navi-PAumbai JAR:200)0E0
Lamdeng Khunao, 'mph& West,
Kakching, Mahan, gishnupur, Mayans
Imphal, Ningthoukhong, Thoubal,
Nambol & Moiran
*Tudal (Aizwal) & Lengte (Mamit)
6 Nos. Open dumps
Kohima
Bubaneswar & Cuttacka
8
8•
Adampur(AR:2007-08)/ •Kalanaur
0
01
INR
0
18
02
01
25
02
Martam & Sipchu
01
exhausted
Nil
01
Nil
01
16
08*
INR
68
02
0
01
INR
0
MR
18
rn 13 ULBs
NIL
01
24
01
1•
13
Uttar Pradesh
0
MR
INR
01(
Agartala)
INR
INR
Jhansi, Mathura,
Sarnbal& Mirzapur
Nil
18
19•
33
Uttarakhand
0
0
3
3
INR
INR
01*
34
West Bengal
13
0
28
29
Dehradvn, Haridwar &
Nainital
Garulia, N
Barrackpore, Kamarhati,
Bhadreswar,
Chandernagore, Bally
and Haldia.
Dum Dum/S DumDum,
Baranagar, Barrackpore,
Budge Budge,
Bansbaria, Utta rpara.
Konnagar, Rishra,
Serarn pore,
Champadani &
Baidyanagar
24 ULBS"
39
21
Manipur
01
1
22
23
24
25
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Nagaland
Orissa
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
Punjab
01
27
28
29
Puducherry
Rajasthan
Sikkim
0
M
0
30
31
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
32
1
69
Total
*Annual Roonrt:
09
164
26
Kurumbapet
770
179
*Agra, Aligarh, mainpurl, Badam,
Firozabad, Etwah, Sambhal, Kanpur
nagar,
Kannij,
Moradabad,
Gorakhpu r, Basti, Balia, Varanasi,
Raebareilly, Allahbad, Ghaziabad,
Lucknow and Bareily. .
Delvadun
'Garulia, N Barrackpore, Kamarhati,
Bhadreswar,
Chandernagore,
Durgapur, Asansol, Jamuria, Bally,
Raniganj and Haldia are operational.
landfill is ready at Dum Dum, 5
DumDum, Baranagar, Barrackpore,
Budge Budge, Bansbaria, Hoogly,
Chinsuria .
Some exhusted
71
-
Jodhpur
common facility at Sipchu for 8
towns
Udumalpet
Aga rtala (Ha pania- exhausted)
380
m07 - id
40
KA)
Annexure-Ill (A)
MONITORING PROGRAMME OF MSW DISPOSAL SITES (LANDFILL/ DUMPSITE
SI. No.
States/UTs
Ambient Air Monitoring
•
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Bihar
Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Assam
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
lharkhand
1&K
Kerala
Karnataka
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Puducherry
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Total locations
ND
Yes
ND
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
ND
INR
INR
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
Yes
•
Yes
Nil
ND
ND
ND
Yes
ND
INR
Nil
INR
No
INR
ND
INR
6 states monitoring
Groundwater
Monitoring
ND
Yes,
ND
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
ND
INR
INR
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
Yes
VOL/Methane/
Leachate
NO
INR
ND
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
3
ND
ND
ND
Yes
ND
INR
Nil
INR
No
INR
ND
INR
Yes
Nil
ND
ND
ND
INR
ND
INR
INR
Nil
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
Yes
Nil
INR
No
INR
ND
INR
41
Remarks
Monitoring after set up facility
CPCB sponsored for monitoring
Not done (ND)
None
INR
INR
Report not submitted
Report not submitted
Two places -Bicholim & Sanquelim
Not done
Not reported
Monitoring is looked after by Gurgaon Region
CPCB sponsored for monitoring at 12 compost facilities
Not reported
Water quality monitoring in close vicinity of existing dump sites.
Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Ambad, Navapur & Sopeth WP & disposal
facilities
Patsoi Lamkhai dump site
Monitored ground water
Monitoring not carried out due to shortage of staff.
Not done
Not initiated
03 processing/disposal facilities are monitored
No sanitary landfill for monitoring
Not monitoring as no facility
Monitoring not doing
Not initiated
07 SLEs operational, no monitoring report.
Annexure-IV(a)
Si.
No
2
States
Andaman
Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Compo t/ Vermi- compost plants
Reported during 2013-14
Reported till 2012-13
Plants Set up
Under construction/
Plants set up Earlier
planned
Nil
01
INR
Shahbad
12 Plants for 14 ULBs
01
36 ULBs
(lawaharnagar,
Karimnagar (RDF)
Vijaywada (2008-09), Bapaytla, Diwan cheruvu, Kothagudem,
Shameerpet &
Sathyampeta, Suryapet (VC), Kurnool and Dulapalli (2008-09), Eluru,
Rangareddy),
Kadapa, Pulevndula, Adoni, Nadyal, Ramagundam, Nalgonda,
Amudalavalsa,
Mandapet, Tenali, Proddutur, Guntaka, Yemingaur, Karimnagar,
Bhongir, Khammam(2009-10) Vishakhapatnam, Ponnur, Bobbin (C
Salur, palacole,
&VC), Mangalagiri (C), Palasa-Kasibugga (C) (2011-121, Ong ule,
Narsaraopet,
Manchetrial, Peddapuram & Pulivendula [2012-13]
Planned/ proposed
INR
Rayachoti„ Kadapa, Dhone,
Warangle , Dharmayaram,
Bheemunipatnam,
Vinukonda, Sadasivpet,
Pithapuram (C)& Hindupur
(C).
Sathenapalli,
Tadipatri,
Palamaneru,
Kothagudem,
.Wara nga I, Bhongir
& Madanapalli
3
Arunachal
Pradesh
4
1 Div (VC)
1 No. at Itanagar (C).
nil
Assam
03
ltanagar (C)+
2 Divisions (VC)
INR
INR
1*
(Kamrup)
1
Guwahati
5
Bihar
0
01
(Patna)
Nil
6
Chandigarh
Chhatisgarh
0
15
8
9
10
Daman Diu
Delhi
Goa
0
04
(Korba, Jagdalpur,
Dhamtari &
Badebacheli)
INR
I NR
07
Nil
15 (ULBs)
Chirmiri, Korba, Durg, Bhillai, Rajeandagaon, Jagdaipur, Raigarh,
Dhamtari, Badebacheli , Ratanpur & Shakti nagar Durg, Rajnandgaon,
Bhilai & Dhamtari
Nil
3 ULBs (Bhalswa, Okhla & Narela-Bawana) a Burari C&D plant
8 ULBs (Pernem, Bicholim, Sanquelim, Margao, Quepem, Cuncolim &
Canacona) including 73 Vermicompostkompost in Panaji (AR: 2010-
03
(Narkatia Gan), Muzatfarpur
& Patna)
Nil
17
Pernem, Bicholim,
Sanquelim, Margao,
INR
INR
02
Panaji & ValpOi
11) & 6 ULBS (2012-13)
Quepem, Cuucolim &
42
Nil
INR
2 ULBS Panaji & Valpoi
ra
11
12
Gujarat
Haryana
1.3
Himachal
Pradesh
14
15
16
17
1&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
18
19
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
20
Maharashtra
21
Manipur
22
23
24
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
25
Orissa
26
27
Puducherry
Punjab
28
29
Rajasthan
Sikkim
30
Tamil Nadu
Canacona,
78(40 C + 38 VC)
06(C)
(Faridabad- Gurgaon),
Panchkula, Ambala,
Neraingarh & (Karnak
Indri- Nissing) +Y.
Nagar (insttaled)
11
(for 13 ULBs) Vessel
compot/pit
cornpost/Stac.
INR
INR
INR
33 ULBs
30 C + 09 VC + 16 BG
INR
8 ULBs
Indore, Gwalior, Sagar,
Rewa, Singrauli, Panna,
Chattarpur & Satna
nil
Nr1
13 C
INR
49 (48 C+ 3VC)
2 ULBs (3 Nos -Sirsa & Ambala + 1 VC)
Nil
INR
INR
12 ULBs
(mechanical compost/ bioconversion/ pit compost)
INR
INR
INR
Nil
5 ULBs
29 ULBs—(38 Nos. -Compost-22, VC-7 & BG-9)
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
3 ULBs
Shahgram, Bina & Damoh
1 ULB- (25 Nos. vermin compost)
8 ULBs (Elio-compost) Bhopal, Rewa, Singrauli & Gwalior (C & VC)
Chattarpur, Panna, Indore & Sagar
INR
5
113 ULBs (65 Compost, 38 VC, 88G, 16 BG (Nisarguna).& 8 RDF)
9 Nos (1 Compost at Jalna &
8 BG (Nisarguna)
2 Nos. (Lamdeng Khunao &
Impal West)
4
Nil
1 No.
Lamdeng Khunao ( Im P hal )
4
Nil
2 ULBs (Shillong 0 & Tura VC)
Nil
1 (VC at Kohima)
kohima
2 ULBs ( Puri Paradeep + VC)
01. (Kohima)
01
(Puri)
04
Bhubneswar, Cuttack,
Berhampur & Rourkela)
Nil
03
(Jalandhar &
Hoshiarpur)
INR
02
Madam & Mangan
INR
Nil
1.
Ludhiana
.
Nil
2 ULB
(Adampur) 2 Nos.- 1C & 1 VC, 3 in Jalandhar & 1 Hossiarpur
25 ULBs
1 ULB (Jodhpur) 2 Nos- 1 C+ 1VC
1 ULB (Gangtok)
INR
3 ULBs
(Tirupur, Namakkal & Udumalpet)
43
Nil
1
3
24 ULBs
1
8
clusters
2 (Bhilwal & Jaipur)
Martam (Non-operational)
Mongan (waste Converter)
INR
n
31
Tirpura
32
33 '
34
Uttrakhand
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
01
Agartala
03 (pit composting)
INR
17 (compost)
for 8 VLBs
Total
189 ULBs
data based on Annual report of 2007-14
04
Agartala, Kailsahar,
Ambasa & Kumarghat
INR
INR
28 ULBs
101 UU3s
13 ULBs (12 VC & 1 Composting)
(Belenia, Kumarghat, etc)
01 (Agartala)
3 ULBs (partly bio-composting)
14 ULBs
22 ULBs (9 operational + 4 Ready)
INR
2 (Agra & Aligarh)
28 ULBs
318 Was -645 (C ♦VC) established
C- Compost/ VC- Vermi-compost
44
131 ULBs
n
Annexure IV(b)
Total
S.ND
States/UTs
1
Andaman
Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
2
0
14
•
3
4
5
6
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chandigarh
7
Chattishgarh
8
9
Daman Diu
Delhi
10
11
Goa
Gujarat
12
13
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
4-RDF
12-PP
1-BG
SETTING UP OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY P
Waste to Energy Projects
Reported during 2013-14
Plants set up
Under construction/
Commissioned
planned
Nil
nil
INR
01
RDF (3600 TPD)
For
lawaharnagar,
Shameerpet &
Rangareddy
01
Karimnagar
(RDF 273 TPD & 12
MW))
13
Shadnagar,
Guntur,
Vijaywada,
Karimnagar,
Nalgonda,
E.Godavari,
Nellore,
Hyderabad,
Rangardy, Medak,
Mothe
& Bibinagar
Reported till 20/2-13
Planned/being
constructed
INR
Nellore (PP)
Rangareddy (PP)
Medak (PP)
Technology
-
3 RDF plants Hyderabad (700TPE),
Guntur (285 TPD), & Vijaywada (275
TPD),
4 PP- Karimnagar (6.6MW), Nalgoda
(6MW), Nellore & East Godavari with one
BG-Vijaywada(20 TPD)
1RDF
Range reddy
Nil
Nil
Nil
01
(pellet)
INR
0
1
RDF
01
(pellet)
INR
02
(1RDF +
1PP)
Nil
02
(RDF-Surat
& Rajkot)
1 Div.
Palletiza ion
INR
0
INR
0
INR
Nil
01"
01
Nil
Nil
6 MW PP
None
Dadumajra RDF
0
0
01
Nill
Dhamtari (Pallet)
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
1 RDF+ 1 WTE
INR
INR
Nil
INR
Nil
INR
INR
02
INR
05
Nil
01
RDF
Nil
01
(RDF)
Nil
Nil
INR
NIL
INR
01
45
RDF-Narela Bawana (700 TPD), WTEOkhla (2050 MT),
C&D —Burari (500 TPD).
All are RDF plants- operational at Surat
(400TPD) and Rajkot & being constructed
at Rajkot. Under plan at lunagarh,
lamnagar, Bhavnagar & Vadodara.
Electric Incinerator
_23
C)
14
16
17
Jharkhand
Jammu
Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
18
Nagaland
20
21
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
15
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
INR
Nil
INR
Nil
INR
INR
INR
14 ULBs (BG)
INR
Nil
INR
02
(BG at Manjeri &
Thalassery)
01
074+01*
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
33
24 BG, s RD/
11
32 Nos.
8 BG4 8RDF +16 NISG
22
(16•434+3g)
INR
8*
Nil
Nil
Nil
16
(BG)
& 1 Plastic
recycling
Manipur
Nil
Nil
Nil
23
24
25
26
27
28
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Orissa
Punjab
Puducherry
Rajasthan
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
Nil
nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
29
Sikkim
30
31
32
33
34
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Total
.
INR
16*NISARGRUNA
3413iogas -Jaysingpur, Matheran, Thane
3# RDF (Nagpur, Mira Bhayander & Vasai
Virar)
22
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
1000 TPD (MARC
ABG proposed for 3 Nos. at
Pathanamthitta, one each at Adoor,
North Parur, Irinjalakuda, Ponnani &
Kodungallur.
one Incinerator plant proposed at
Neyyattinkara.
Nil
INR
Nil
INR
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
INR
Nil
INR
Nil
Nil
Nil
01
INR
INR
NIL
INR
INR
Nil
INR
NIL
INR
INR
Nil
INR
NIL
INR
INR
Nil
INR
INR
Nil
INR
Nil
INR
INR
Nil
INR
01
71
28
33
38
28
BC- Biogas Plants, PP —Power plants, RDF- Refuse derived fue [RDF/pallet -18, PP-13, BG-411
46
INR
-
INR
INR
INR
INR
Simple Incinerator
02 incinerators
INR
Barasat municipality
(pyrolysis Gasification)
Annexure-IV (c)
NAMES OF COMPOST PLANTS/ VERMI-COMPOST PLANTS/ W2E PLANT
[As per new & old records)
SI.
No.
State
1
Andaman Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
2
Compost
Vermi-Compost
Nil
Vijaywada ( 2008-00),
Bapaye, Olwan cheruvu,
Kothagudem, Sathyampeta„ Kurnool
and Dulapalli (2008-09),
Eluru, Kadapa, Pulevndula, Adoni,
Nadyal, Ramagundam, Nalgonda,
Mandapet, Tenall, Proddutur,
Guntaka, Yemingaur, Karimnagar,
Bhongir, Khammam(2009-10)
Vishakhapatnam, Ponnur, Bobbili,
Mangalagin, Palasa-Kasibup,ga (2011/21,
Hawaharnagar, Shameerpet,
Nil
Suryapet & Bobbin
W2E
Power Plant
INR
Shadnagar, Guntur,
Vijaywada, Karimnagar,
Nalgonda, E.Godavari &
Hoorn [2010-111
Hyderabad, Bibinagar,
Mothe & Medak. (2011121
RDF
Nil
One (3600 TPD)
For
Jawaharnagar,
Shameerpet &
Nil
NIL
None
nil
1 Pelletization
WTE- Okhla (2050 MT),
C&D —Burari (500 TP0).
RDF-Narela
Bawana (700
TPD),
Rangareddy
Rangareddyi, Amudalavalsa,
Salur, palacole, Narsaraopet,
Sathenapalli, Tadipatri,
Palamaneru, Kothagudem,
Warangal, Rhongir &
Madana2alli 12013-141
3
0
S
6
7
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
8
9-
Daman Diu
Delhi
10
Goa
11
Gujarat
12
Haryana
Chandigarh
Chattishgarh
Itanagar (C)
Guwahati
Nil
NIL
04
Korba, lagdaipur, Dhamtari &
Badebacheli
Nil
(13harswa, Okhla & Narela-Bawana)
2 Divisions
Guwahati
Nil
Nil
Null
Panjim, Pernem, Bicholim, Sanquelim,
Valpoi, Ponds, Ma pusa, Marmugao,
MargaO Curchorem, Sanguem,
Quepem, Cuncolim & Canacona
40 Nos.
73 locations
06 (C)
Ambala
Nil
Nil
Electric Incinerator
Nil
Nil
RDF
Dhamtari
(Pallet)
Nil
38 Nos.
2 0.0F (Surat &
Rajkot)
Nil
(Faridabad- Gurgaon), Panchkula,
Ambala, Naraingarh, Y.Nagar &
13
Himachal Pradesh
14
15
16
17
Jharkhand
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
18
Kohima
(Karnak Indri- Nissing)
Simla (bloconversion), Nahan, Una,
Ha mirpur, Dharamshala (stack
Kangra I pit), Nagrota (pith Kullu (pit),
Manali (pity Buntar, Chamba (pit) &
Cantt. Board- Jatogh.
INR
INR
INR
Kozhikode, g ollam, Thrissur, Kochi,
Allapuzha, Guruvayur, Irinjalakkuda,
Chalakudy, Palakkad, Ottapalam,
Shornur, Malappuram,
Perinthalmanna, Manjeri, Thirur,
Kottakal, Attinga /, Varka H, Koilandy,
Kannur, Thaliparamba, Payyanur,
Kottayam, Changanassery, Punalur,
Neeleswaram, Kodungalloor,
Chavakkad, Mattanur &
Koothuparambu.
Nil
INR
INR
INR
Kodungaloor, Chalakkudy,
Manjeri, Perinthalmanna,
Koilandy, Vaikkom,
Karungapally, Attingal &
North Paravoor
1 No. VC at Kohima
47
BG: 1000 TPD BAARC
BGs- Kottakkal,
Attingal, Shornur,
Varkala, Nedumangad,
Angamally, Eloor,
Koilandy,
Thirupunithura.
Kottayam, Thalassery,
Kozhencherry, Konni,
Thiruananthpuram,
Kozhikode, gollam.
Nil
01 RDF
(Shimla)
Nil
Nil
19
20
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
21
Maharashtra
INR
Bhopal, Rewa, Satna. Chattarpur,
Singrauli, Gwalior & Indore
65 MN
INR
Gwallor, Saar
38 MN
22
23
24
25
Manipur
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Orissa
26
Punjab
21
28
Puducherry
Rajasthan
29
Sikkim
30
31
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Tirupur Namakkal & Udumalpet
Agartala
MR
Belenia, Kumarghat
32
33
Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh
Nil
INR
34
West Bengal
Nil
Kanpur, Kannauj, Muzaffar nagar,
Mainpuri, Etwah, Agra,
Ralbareily,Lucknow, Barabanki,
Muradabad, Aligarh, Fatehpur,
Allahabad & Varanasi
Bally. Kolkata, Gurulia-N.
Barrackpore, Haldia,
Total
Nil
Nil
Shillong
Puri,
Nil
Nil
Tura
Cuttack, Balangir,
Vyasanagar, & Talcher,
Adampur
Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Ambala
Ada mpur
Nil
Ajmer, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Jaipur,
Jodhpur, Kota & Udaipur
Ganglok & Martam (waste converter)
48
16 *NISARGRUNA
Mumbai ( 8 Nos.) and
one each at Thane, Pen,
MaIvan, Chandra p ur,
Matheran, Sawantwadi,
Anjangaon & Naded.
8 Biogas at Chiplun,
Khed, Katol, Kalmeswar,
Nine, Sala pur,
Pandharpur, Matheran,
Bhayander & Vasai
Viz ar)
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
8 RN (Nagpur,
Jalgaon, Navi
Mumbai, Puna,
Pm,PP, Panvelr
Mira
Bhayander and
Vasai Viral'.
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Jodhpur
INR
INR
INR
Ni/
Incinerator without
energy recovery
Bhadreswar (VC),
Chandremagore (VC),
Kamarhati (VC), Kolkata,
Bally, Garulia, N.
Barrackpore,
Compost p lants constructed and
awaiting for operation at 10 ULBs
(Barrackpore, Budge Budge,
Bansberia & HOOgly-ChinSUraChinsura, Uttarpara-Kotrang,
Kannagar, Rishra, Serampore.
Champdam & Baidyabati)
INR
Nil
02 incinerators for MSW
disposal
Nil
Barasat municipality
(pyrolysis Gasification)
nil
Annexure-V
SUMMARY OF DEMO PROJECT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF MSW RULES
S.
No
1
City/Town
North Dum Dum &
Barrackpore
(West Bengal)
Area of City/
Town
(sq. km)
Population
Quantity of waste
generation
(MT/day)
No. of Wards
26.45
16.89
220000
83000
70
30
25
19
Project components for Demo-Project
Phase-I: Waste Collection, Segregation, Storage and
transportation (Schedule-10
Phase-II: Waste Processing and Disposal
2
Chandigarh
(UT)
114
9,0D000
300
20(61sectors)
Phase-l: Waste collection, segregation, storage and
Transportation (Schedule-ID
Phase-II
3
Udumalpet
(Tamil Nadu)
Kohima
(Nagaland)
7.41
58,893
30
33
30
76584
35
19
5
Mandi
(Himachal Pradesh)
4.26
35,000
24
13
6
Suryapet
(Andhra Pradesh)
34
1,03,000
32
34
Total Pr ct : Waste collection, segregation, storage,
transportation, Processing and disposal
Phase-I : Waste collection, segregati o n and
transportation
Phase-II': DPR to be received on disposal
Phase-I: Waste collectioH segregation, storage and
transportation.
Phase-PI: DPR for Processing and disposal to be
prepared
Total Scheme: Waste collection, segregation, storage,
transportation, processing and disposal
7
ltanagar /Arunachal
Pradesh)
South —West Districts
of Sikkim
135
100000
42
59 (35e24)
50
1,16000
42
4
8
9
Jalna (Ma haashtra)
70.37
2,35,000
50
10
Agartala
(Tripura)
58.84
3,67,822
200
Total scheme:
Total Scheme:
18
.
Total Scheme
35
Phase-I: Waste collection, segregation, storage
and transportation
Phase-II: DPR to be prepared for waste processing
and disposal
49
Date of start &
Duration
22.4.03
18 moths
16.04.03
18 moths
Remarks
Project completed &
commissioned, but destro y ed by
miscreant. State Monitoring
Committee examining revival of
the project through KMDA.
Project completed.
The documentation awaited
10.10.04 24
moths
12.09.05
36 moths
Project operational without landfill
facility.
Project completed.
14.090536
moths
Project Completed (Phase-1)
Phase-ll Initiated.
22.09.05 24
moths
Project
operational
without
landfill. Landfill construction is
awaited
Project closed
1201.0624
moths
08.02.06
24 moths
12.01.06
24 moths
07.020636
moths
Completed Schedule-D. The waste
processing & landfill are under
construction.
Project is In the final stage of
completion,
waited
for
administrative approval
Completed
32 1-'\
Annexure-VI
STATE-WISE GENERATION, COLLECTION AND TREATMENT
(31.12.2014)
S.No
States
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Andaman & Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chandigarh
Chhattisgarh
Daman Diu & Dadra
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Puducherry
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttrakhand
West Bengal
Total
Quantity Generated
(TPD)
70
11500
181
650
1670
340
1896
85
7500
183
9227
3490
1370
1792
4450
9500
1576
21
5079
26,820
176
268
552
270
2460
495
3853
5037
49
14532
407
19180
1013
8674
1,44,366
* Figures from EQI references
50
Collected (TPD)
Treated (TPD)
70
10656
181
350
330
1704
85
4500
182
9227
3440
280
1322
1889
5700
776
4298
14900
125
199
276 •
186
2107
495
3853
2491
49
14532
407
05
9418
50
100
-
250
168
Nil
2500
182
1354
570
160
320
71
2000
470
802
4700
-
98
Nil
18
30
Nil
365
490
0.3
1607
Nil
-
-
1013
7196
92,819
Nil
1415
27,143