GIS based information system for naroda induatrial estate, ahmedabad

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GIS based information system for naroda induatrial estate, ahmedabad

  1. 1. GIS based information system forNaroda Industrial Estate
  2. 2. OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY To develop GIS based information system for NarodaIndustrial Estate. Purpose: ☺ Efficient industrial estate management ☺ Infrastructure planning, development and maintenance/management including maintenance, viz. roads, water supply, drainage, sewerage, waste, plantation ☺ Disaster risk planning & management ☺ Environmental management incl. pollution control. ☺ Property tax details can be incorporated for asset management.
  3. 3. LIMITATIONS Data regarding infrastructure facilities like watersupply lines, sewerage lines have been obtainedfrom secondary source which are relatively old.Hence the present scenario may not have beenproperly highlighted. The entire study has been done in a time span oftwo months. Hence there lies a scope of further andmore exhaustive study in future.
  4. 4. METHODOLOGY The GIS maps have been prepared with reference togoogle earth (satellite) images. The plot number and the corresponding industryinformation have been updated through primary survey andthe Naroda industries Association directory of Industries. The infrastructure (water supply and sewerage network)data has been obtained from secondary sources. The road network has been documented and updatedthrough primary survey. The CETP data has been obtained from the GujaratPollution Control Board audit report.
  5. 5. Naroda Industrial Estate GIS
  6. 6. Part AOverview
  7. 7. NARODA INDUSTRIAL ESTATEGIDC Estate, Naroda was established in the year 1964. 363 Hectors with 1300 Plots. Part of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
  8. 8. NIE- LAND USE USE AREA(ha) PERCENT INDUSTRIAL 251 69.15%OPEN SPACES 14.8 4.08% RESIDENTIAL 2.8 0.77% UTILITIES 2.4 0.66% ROADS 92 25.34% TOTAL 363 100% INDUSTRIAL OPEN SPACES RESIDENTIAL UTILITIES ROADS
  9. 9. NARODA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE TYPE OF PLOT NOs INDUSTRIAL 1058 HOUSING 175 PLOTS IN THE ESTATE MIXED USE 20 UTILITY PLOT 20 TOTAL 1253 TYPE OF INDUSTRY NOs CHEMICAL, DYES & INETERMEDIATES 221 CERAMICS, MINERALS, GLASS 38 ENGINEERING INDUSTRY 275 PAPER, PULP & PACKAGING 26TYPES OF INDUSTRIES RUBBER, PLASTIC & INSULATION 67 TEXTILE 47 FOOD & AGRO BASED INDUSTRIES 80 SERVICE INDUSTRIES 38 CLOSED INDUSTRIES 76 VACANT 190 TOTAL 1058
  10. 10. Part BINFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES
  11. 11. EXISTING CONDITIONS Roads Footpath/Sidewalks Parking Storm Water Drainage Electricity Signages Plantation/Greenery
  12. 12. ROADS Roads in the Estate : Cement, Concrete , Kaccha and mixed. There are 15types of roads (based in Right of Way). Major roads: 36m, 30m, 24m and 20m respectively GIS link….
  13. 13. ROADS Major road in the estate is Incomplete and badly maintained Road in PHASE IV with standard NHAI road standards Garbage and construction material Kachcha roads left on the road
  14. 14. PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS/SIDEWALKSInformation Phases I,II and III of the estate does not have footpaths. Provision made only in Phase-IV of the Estate. It is a combination of pavers and concrete blocks over storm water drain.
  15. 15. PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS/SIDEWALKS Garbage Discontinuity in the footpath Two wheeler parking done on the footpath is not preferred
  16. 16. Pedestrian pathways covered with tiles and concrete slabs over drainages Obstruction due to Material dumpedNo footpath / Walkways provided in Phase I, II and III for Pedestrian movement
  17. 17. PARKING 2-wheeler parking on pedestrian 4-wheeler parking on shoulders of pathway the road3-wheeler parking along road side Loading /Un-loading along road side
  18. 18. PARKINGNo proper space designated for vehicular parking in theEstate.Usually done along the side of the road.Few Industries have parking space provided in their ownpremises.Loading/ Unloading of materials is done along theshoulders of the street.Encroaching of parking areas onto walkways/footpath.No separate parking place provided for auto rickshaws.Haphazard parking in front of industries causinginconvenience for free flow of traffic.
  19. 19. STORM WATER DRAINSGeneral Information• Phase I, II and III have no storm water drainage facility.• Phase IV has been provided with storm water drainage system. GIS link: flow diagram
  20. 20. STORM WATER DRAINSGarbage obstructing flow in the drainage Water channels formed due to bad drainages and leakage from pipes Blockage of storm drain by mud and Choked drainages causing other materials flooding of roads
  21. 21. ELECTRICITYGeneral Information Electricity is distributed with the help of electric poles with cross bars. Electric poles run along the sides of the roads. GIS Link: Electricity lines
  22. 22. ELECTRICITY Electric poles in bad conditions raising concerns for safety
  23. 23. ELECTRICITY Solar powered street light Transformers erected in the middle of the pedestrian pathway Electric poles obstructing free vehicular flow
  24. 24. SIGNAGE(S) Different types of signagesBlocking of view of the name boards by materials
  25. 25. SIGNAGE(S) Over crowding of place with signages causing visual imbalance
  26. 26. SIGNAGE(S) Lack of proper signage system in the Estate. No map showing the way into the estate locating the different industries. Present signage’s are not in good condition. Some Industries do not have proper signage (indicating their type, plot number, raw material used and waste material produced etc.) Certain places there is an excess of signage placed randomly. There is no signage indicating entry/ exit in the Naroda Industrial Estate.
  27. 27. PLANTATION/GREENARY Plants growing up along the road and walkway are not desirable. The area meant for plantation is used for dumping the construction material/ garbage.
  28. 28. PLANTATION/GREENARY Plantation of the area in front of CETP acting as a bufferLandscaping of the area in front ofthe industry and encroaching onto the footpath
  29. 29. PLANTATION/GREENARY Proper landscaping in front of an industry – a good example of landscaping (maintenance)
  30. 30. PLANTATION/GREENARY Most areas of the estate lack proper landscaping. Few industries have taken effort to landscape their frontage (but they are far and few and sparsely placed). Also existing plantation lacks proper care and maintenance. Roadside plants have been destroyed due to ongoing construction on roads (need to be renewed after their completion). There is plantation provided along the CETP acting as a buffer area. Block plantation has been done in the plot next to the post office.
  31. 31. Part CWaste Management
  32. 32. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENTIndustrial waste Waste having commercial value Waste having non commercial value Hazardous waste Waste effluentMunicipal waste Sewage Domestic waste Construction waste
  33. 33. Industrial Waste Waste Products & By products Producing Industry Remarks 1. Chemical Gypsum Non Commercial Value 2. Iron Sludge Chemical, Dyes & Non Commercial Value Pharmaceuticals/ 3. Spent H2SO4 Pesticides Non Commercial Value 4. Boiler Ash & Treated Waste Non Commercial Value water 5. HCL Commercial Value 6. Natural Rubber Non Commercial Value Rubber, Plastic 7. Synthetic Rubber Insulation Non Commercial Value 8. Raw Rubber Non Commercial Value 9. Mild Steel Scrap Commercial Value 10.Cast Iron Scrap Engineering Commercial Value 11. Aluminum Scrap Commercial Value 12. Cast Iron Powder & Dust Commercial Value 13. Stainless Steel Scrap Commercial Value
  34. 34. 14. Spent Earth Non Commercial Value Ceramic Mineral Glass15. Marble Powder Non Commercial Value16. Mixed Pottery Waste Non Commercial Value17. Broken Marble tiles Non Commercial Value18. Rice Husk Commercial Value19. Hulled Sesame Seeds Food and Agro Non Commercial Value20. Treated Waste Water Non Commercial Value21. Jute Waste Non Commercial Value22. Other Food Industries Waste Non Commercial Value23. Waste Paper Paper Pulp Packaging Non Commercial Value24. Jute Waste Non Commercial Value25. Cotton Yarn Waste Textile Industries Non Commercial Value26. Polyester Waste Non Commercial Value27. Mixed Cotton Waste Non Commercial Value28. Gray Cloth Yarn Non Commercial Value29. Soap Stock Commercial Value
  35. 35. Environmental Audit Report about Hazardous Solid Waste July to December 2010 Company got the authorization to receive Solid waste of various types like: Iron Sludge ETP Sludge Brine Gypsum Waste Waste carbon from the ETP Incineration AshThe main objectives of this audit were: To scrutinize, check and verify various records of the TSDF site as wellas their receiving quantity and quality of sludge. To check efficacy of Environmental Management System
  36. 36. Details about the solid waste generated by the member industries Iron Sludge/ iron ore 917.315 MT/6 month Gypsum Sludge 6907.010 MT/6 month ETP Sludge, Incineration Ash and others 26856.480 MT/6 month Total 34680.805 MT/6 month Months Wise Solid Waste Dumped in TSDF Pit-IIMonths Iron Sludge (MT) Gypsum Sludge (MT) ETP sludge ,Incinerator Total Sludge Ash and others (MT) Dumped (MT)Jul-10Aug-10Sep-10 Closed due to MonsoonOct-10 264 827 5787 6878Nov-10 112 2051 7838 10001Dec-10 174 2383 14668 17225 Total 550 5261 28293 34104
  37. 37. Details about the TSDF site organized by NEPL. TSDF Site is treating the solid waste dumped in the pit developed for approximate capacity of 8.5 Lacs MT. Quality of ambient air is within stipulated norms of GPCB at the TSDF site Noise level was found to be within the stipulated norms of GPCB inside the NEPL- TSDF landfill site premises. NEPL has developed Naroda Eco Park which is adjacent to the current site and is very well appreciated for its beautiful landscape and greenery. The company is proposing to raise the height of the site to fulfill the requirements for the next year.
  38. 38. Company is developing the centre ofExcellence – Paryavaran Mandir, whichhasWaste Displaycentre, Laboratory, Conference roometcWhich will also facilitate to carry out theeducational programsRecords of Sludge Quantity Dumped inthe pit by each of the memberindustry are well maintained by theTSDF Site.TSDF site is well equipped with essentialfirst aid facility and has good generalhousekeeping.
  39. 39. Domestic waste and garbageAt many places domestic waste can beseen lying around the road side and inthe open plots and other open areascreating unhygienic conditions andproblems like chocking of drains andpoor accessibility on roads. Construction waste Quantity wise this kind of waste is maximum in amount. It consists of dismantled rcc structures, stones, bricks and other construction debris. NIA has done arrangements for common collection site located in Phase-II, near utility corridor G9. From here it is collected by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation and dumped to their garbage sites.
  40. 40. Reasons for present status: Domestic and trade waste is thrown onstreets and roads. Construction debris is left unattended. Industrial waste disposed off in openareas. Design & location of municipal wastestorage depots inappropriate, resultingin littering of garbage. Street sweeping not done everyday. Waste transportation system not beingvery efficient in terms of frequency andthe quantity of waste produced.
  41. 41. Part DProposals
  42. 42. PLAN
  43. 43. 36m wide road
  44. 44. 30m wide road
  45. 45. 24m wide road
  46. 46. GATEWAY-PLAN
  47. 47. PROPOSAL
  48. 48. PROPOSAL
  49. 49. PROPOSED GATEWAY

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