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Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
Decentralised technologies 2 (1)
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  • 1. The Reality of Decentralized MSW in Mumbai Findings of different Case Studies Avick Sil Environment Policy and Research India Poonam Hudar; Environment Greenliness Prabhakar Nair; Institute for Community Organization Research Emmanuel D’Silva; Environment Scientist
  • 2. About EPRI Professional Services Knowledge Support EIA and EC Wastewater Recycling Low footprint and ecological STP, ETPs Solid Waste Management (SWM) Green Building High Rise Clearance Environmental Audit Energy, Air and Water Audit DMP and Risk Assessment Patent writing and filing Energy Modelling Noise Modelling Air Modelling ISO Audits Environmental Modelling Air, Water and Carbon Footprinting Traffic management and modelling Corporate Social Responsibility Internship for Students Career Counselling Statistical Evaluation Interpretation of data Publications Awareness Program Arranging Workshops, Seminars, Conferences
  • 3. Vision and Mission - EPRI Provides services in specialized sector of environment and sustainable development Acts as a think tank and provide strategic solutions to client and Government Major focus is on: Pure scientific and engineering research, Green Building, EIA, Policy analysis, Training, Modeling, and National-international knowledge management
  • 4. The Action Plan Group MCGM EPRI; ORF Policy Analysis and Sustainable Reporting Technical Knowledge IIT; NEERI; TAC; BARC Action Plan Group Social Angle TISS; ICOR CBOs; ALMs Technology and Service Providers Citizen Perspective HELMs; TPM; Environmental Greenliness; Urban Leaves; Alaknanda Technologies; Entrepreneurs; Environment Education Centre..............
  • 5. Hazards of Un-Scientific Disposal Health Hazards Mercaptons Aldehyde Particulate matter Methane Hydrogen Sulphide Carbon dioxide VOCs Particulate matter Ammonia SOx NOx Other trace gases Odor Nuisance Animal & Rodent Nuisance Illegal Development AIR EMISSIONS Mosquito & flies Nuisance Fire hazard Unaesthetic conditions Affecting Property Value LEACHATE Health hazards Ground & Surface water contamination Environmental hazards
  • 6. Emission – Vehicles Sil A, Wakadikar K, Kumar S., Kumar R. (2011). "Driving Characteristics of Waste Transportation Vehicles and their Effect on Emission Load: A Case Study of Mumbai, India”. Waste Management, 31, 1661 – 1665.
  • 7. What is the SOLUTION????? Treat your own Waste Waste as resource Green jobs Is it Possible ????????? Lets see what’s happening in Mumbai
  • 8. Case Study 1 Heads of Advanced Locality Management (HELMS) Christopher Pereira Bandra Composting using “Tumblers” Horizontal: 8 – 10 kg (30 kg compost per month) Vertical: 25 – 30 kg Success Stories 40 locations 20 in regular use
  • 9. Case Study 2 Devangini Soc., Vile Parle Satish Kolvankar Residents Charter Vile Parle Waste Vermicomposting 30 Apartments Soc 3 pits Vegetable wastes Paper and Plastics E-wastes Bones and other inert + Garden wastes Sold to Recyclers MCGM Success Stories Segregation Management of E-waste Plastic Wastes 70 – 75 % reduction on Municipal burden
  • 10. Case Study 3 Niklang Social Works Mandal (CBO) Subhash Nahire and Nasim Inamdar Siddharth Nagar, Borivili Composting 30 tons of flower wastes 5 tons of compost Success Stories Rs. 5 – 6 per kg (selling price) Management of flower waste MCGM Support Challenges Odor Human resource Long process time Market of compost Water sprinkling Storage and seasonal variation
  • 11. Case Study 4 Environment Education Centre Mr. Afzal Khatri and Mrs. Nusrat Khatri Samta Nagar, Kandivli (E) Composting 120 kg wet waste 150 kg dry waste 300 flats Success Stories Overall Management of waste Profit from waste India Gandhi Environment Award, 2008
  • 12. Case Study 5 Triratna Prerna Mandal Mr. Dayanand Jadhav and Dilip Kadam Santacruz (W) Waste Bin adoption Vermicomposting of flower waste Management of dry waste Success Stories Lesser trips of MCGM vehicles Dry waste recycling (selling) Challenges 15 – 20 days cycle Management of wet waste Maintenance and technological issues Biogas ????? Human resource Awareness
  • 13. Case Study 6 Environmental Greenliness Mrs. Poonam Hudar and Mr. Hudar Imperial Tower, Tardeo Bio Waste Converter (BWC) followed by Composting 35 – 40 operating flats (Total capacity: 250 flats) Dry waste recycled Energy consumption Success Stories Management of waste Segregation by Env Greenliness No challenge with scale up No odor issues 14 days cycle
  • 14. Case Study 7 Urban Leaves, BPT Mrs. Priti Patil Bombay Port Trust 18 – 20 kg of biodegradable waste (kitchen waste) per day Mostly 500 – 1000 personnel per day Dry waste – No management Energy consumption Wet waste Crushers Challenges Amrit Mitti Fertilizer Success Stories Initial set up Biodegradable waste Maintenance Terrace garden Scalability in open gardens New branch of fertiliser Energy usage Waste to wealth
  • 15. Overall Perspective Name Wastes Wet Dry E waste Energy Benefit to MCGM HELMs  X X X Lesser wet waste, transportation Devangini Soc    X Reduction of overall waste, transportation Niklang  (Flowers) X X X Lesser management of flower wastes Khatris   X X Reduction of overall waste, transportation Triratna X   X Reduction of dry wastes and trips of MCGM vehicles Env Greenliness     Reduction of overall waste, transportation Urban Leaves  X X  Lesser wet waste, transportation; new branch of fertilisers
  • 16. Financial Aspects Initial Investment: 10,000 – 3.5 lakhs Maintenance and Man power cost: 8,000 – 25,000 PM (No electricity) Maintenance and Man power cost: 15,000 – 50,000 PM (Electricity)

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