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Dakshina kannada Lok adalath
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  • 1.  
  • 2. General Information
    • Coastal District with Arabian sea on the West and Western Ghats on East
    • Population : 20,83,625
    • (as on 2011 census)
    • Area : 4342.89 Sq. km.
    • Geography : H ighly porous lateritic soil
    • Density : 416 per Sq. km .
    • ULBs : 1 CC, 4 TMC, 3 TP,
    • 5 Taluks, 203 GPs.
    • Forest Area : 1128.16 Sq. km.
    • (25.97%)
    • Rivers : 7 No’s
    • Industries : 1459 No’s
  • 3. Status of Solid Waste Management
    • Public Awareness campaign like street plays, street jathas involving school/college students, NGO’s etc., are being conducted at regular intervals in all the ULB’s.
    • All the ULB’s have started the Door to Door Collection (60%).
    • Out of 8 ULBs. 7 ULB’s have Landfill Sites and 1 ULB is tied up with MCC.
    • Operational Status
      • 5 Landfill sites are Operational.
      • Development works are under progress in two ULBs namely Bantwal & Moodabidre TMC.
      • Ullal TP is tied up with MCC for landfilling.
  • 4. Status of MSW Landfill sites in DK Name of the ULB Population Garbage generated (TPD) Landfill site (Acres) Status of Development Road Compound/ Fencing Bore-well Sanitary/ Pit Method Revised Status Mangalore 494000 220 77.93 Yes Yes Yes Sanitary Method Operational Bantwal 39534 12 8.55 Yes Yes Yes Sanitary Method Under Construction Belthangady 7305 2.5 3.0 Yes Yes Yes Pit Method Operational Moodabidri 25710 10.5 4.25 Yes No No Sanitary Method Under Construction Mulki 16398 7.5 2.38 Yes Yes Yes Pit Method Operational Puttur 48500 15 7.15 Yes Yes Yes Sanitary Method Operational Ullal 49800 16.5 - - - - - Disposed at MCC Site Sullia 18028 7 1.4 Yes Yes Yes Pit Method Operational
  • 5. Present Status of ULBs Sl. no Name of the ULB No. of Corp wards Status of Door to door collection Segregation of garbage Remarks 1 MCC 60 Initiated in all 60 corporator wards with a success rate of 60% Source segregation Implemented in 6 wards, End point segregation : 40% of MSW in terms of quantity segregated in mechanical screens of compost unit Tenders for outsourcing D/D collection & segregation has been invited and send for approval to Govt 2 Bantwal 23 Implemented in 18 wards Implemented in 4 wards Tender has been invited for procurement of vehicles 3 Belthangady 11 Implemented in 6 wards Implemented in 4 wards 4 Moodabidri 23 14 wards covered Implemented in 14 wards Procurement of additional 4 auto-tippers for D/D collection are proposed
  • 6. Sl No Name of the ULB No of corp wards Status of Door to door collection Segregation of garbage Remarks 5 Mulki 17 All 17 wards covered Carried out in 3 wards – 20% of garbage is segregated at compost unit Progressively to achieve 100% D/D collection & segregation by 2012 6 Puttur 27 Implemented in 14 wards Carried out in 4 Wards 7 Ullal 27 17 wards Carried out in 5 wards 8 Sullia 18 11 wards Carried out in 4 wards Tenders to outsource D/D collection & segregation to be invited
  • 7. Action Plan for Municipal Solid Waste Management Name of the Local Body Segregation facility Collection (Door to Door System) Engineering/ Sanitary Land fill Facility Processing Facility Mangalore Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Operational Operational Bantwal Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Dec’2012 Dec’ 2012 Belthangady Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Operational Dec’ 2012 Moodabidri Dec’ 2011 Dec’ 2012 Dec’2012 Dec’ 2012 Mulki Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Operational Operational Puttur Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Operational Dec’ 2012 Ullal Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Sullia Dec’ 2012 Dec’ 2012 Operational Operational
  • 8. Aerobic Composting & Vermi-Composting Facility at Mangalore Sanitary Land filling Facility at Mangalore
  • 9. Underground Drainage System
    • Approximately 75% of the area under Mangalore city corporation is covered under UGD System
    • Out of the proposed 369 Km of UGD network, work of 263.7 Km UGD network has been completed apart from 200 Km of old UGD network
    • Mangalore City Corporation has formed an SPV with Mangalore Special Economic Zone for the Operation & maintenance of all the 4 sewage Treatment Plants & 22 wet-wells
  • 10. STATUS OF STP’s in Mangalore Status of Wet-wells Sl No Location Capacity in MLD Status Timeframe for commissioning 1 Kavoor 43.5 Commissioned N/A 2 Pachanady 8.75 Commissioned N/A 3 Jeppinamogeru 20 Work in progress March’ 2012 4 Surathkal 16.75 Work in progress March’ 2012 Sl No Capacity in MLD Status Timeframe for completion 1 Proposed Total No of wet-wells 22 -NA- 2 Work Completed 4 -NA- 3 Work in Progress 18 March 2012
  • 11. STATUS OF UGD & STP in other ULB’s Name of the ULB Wastewater generated (MLD) Availability of UGD/ treatment facility Time frame for execution of project Bantwal 3.04 Works of 80% sewer network completed. Tendering of Wet well & STP to be done Dec 2012 Belthangady 0.51 DPR under preparation Dec 2013 Moodabidri 3.35 DPR under preparation Dec 2013 Mulki 2.28 DPR under preparation Dec 2014 Puttur 3.22 DPR under preparation Dec 2014 Ullal 4.07 UGD work under process Dec 2013 Sullia 2.0 Execution of work completed. House connection under progress Mar 2012
  • 12. Slaughter House in Mangalore Sl. No. Parameters Present Action 1 Slaughter House in Mangalore Location : Kudroli, Established : 1974, Area : 0.75 acre Capacity : Large animals:10/day Small animals 100-150/day
    • Floors of the whole premises is paved with granite stone.
    • Motor wash provided for cleaning & chemicals used to prevent odor & fly nuisance
    • Liquid wastes are collected in cement concrete tanks from which they are routed to STP through Cess pool vehicles
    • Solid wastes generated are collected in closed metal containers from where they are transported to dumping yard & disposed through deep burial
    • A veterinary doctor is stationed & records regarding daily slaughtering, animal check-ups are maintained
    • A team has been formed to keep check on illegal slaughtering
  • 13. Continued…. Sl. No Parameters Action Proposed 2 Modern Abattoir Location : Pachanady Area : 5 Areas Capacity : Large animals :105/day Small animals : 350/day
    • Consultancy Service through ICICI Winfra, Kolkata.
    • Towards Preparation of Detailed Project Report
    • Preparation of Tender documents for establishment of slaughter house project
    • Supervision and monitoring of project execution.
    • 2. Draft Detailed Project Report has been prepared and submitted to Directorate of Municipal Administration, Bangalore for approval.
  • 14.
    • The efforts made in the effective implementation of the campaign resulted in getting “ Nirmal Gram Puraskars” [NGPs] to GPs awarded by GOI
    • In just a span of 3 years, all the 203 GPs received NGPs by Government of India.
    • Achieved “Open Defecation Free (ODF)” status and Bantwala, Puttur & Belthangady TPs received “Block NGP” by GOI.
    • In the year 2010 Hosangady GP of Belthangady Taluk received “Nairmalya Rathna Award” with prize amount Rs. 19.00 lakhs awarded by GOK.
    • Received “Nairmalya Rathna Award” with prize amount Rs. 30.00 lakhs by GOK
    Rural Development Achievement & Awards
  • 15. Status of Solid Waste Management
    • For the sustainability of TSC ZP, has appointed NGO’s as a Nodal Agencies to conduct Public Awareness campaign like street plays, Street Jatha’s, Workshops, Film shows, Slide shows.
    • Operational Status
      • In 5 GPs namely Kurnadu, Golthamajalu of Bantwala Taluk, Laila in Belthangadi Taluk, Mennabettu + Kinnigoli in Mangalore Taluk and Kadaba in Puttur Taluk Organic solution-1 (DMS: Dorment Micro Organism Solution) technology is in practice.
  • 16.
      • Baltila,Sangabettu+Kukkipad, Manchi in Bantwala Taluk, Charmadi,Aladangady, Kuvettu & Thannirpanta in Beltangadi Taluk, Subramanya in Sullia Taluk development works are under progress.
      • 65 Gps Landfilling technology works are under progress.
      • Plastic Soudhas have been constructed in 90 GPs to collect the Non-Biodegradable wastes like plastic, metal & glass.
    Laila SWM Plant Release of Laila Gold
  • 17. Plastic Soudha & SWM Plant
  • 18. New Initiatives
      • By using Bio-Degradable wastes Bio-gas production unit is successfully installed in Bajpe for the BCM Hostel. Likewise Bio-gas production unit installing work is under progress in 3 Schools and 4 Anganwadies in Hosangady GP, 1 Anganwadi in Laila GP, 1 School in Ujire GP, 2 Anganwadies in Panjikal GP, 4 Schools in Ira GP.
      • The work of Exclusive Ladies Toilet with Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine and Sanitary Napkin Disposal facility work is under progress in govt. school Karnodi Laila in Laila GP of Belthangadi Taluk.
      • Liquid waste treatment plant construction work is Proposed in Ujire GP (Rs. 70.00 Lakhs) of Belthangady Taluk and Kadaba GP (Rs. 24.00 Lakhs) of Puttur Taluk.
  • 19. Activities in Grama Panchayaths Proposed LWP in Kadaba Village Production of Safety Sanitary Napkin by Isiri SHG at Laila GP Release of Safety Sanitary Napkin to Market at Laila GP Bio Gas Plant at Bajpe GP
  • 20. Bio-Medical & Liquid Waste Management – Govt. Institutions Sl. No. Type of Hospitals No. Status of BWM Status of Liquid Waste Management 1. District Hospital 2 (Govt. Wenlock Hospital & Lady Goshen Hospital) Hospitals have tied up with M/s Ramky Environs for disposal of BMW Liquid Waste Management Plant Commissioned in all clinics & hospitals 2. Taluk Hospitals 4 3. Community Health Centres 7 4. Primary Health Centres 63
  • 21. BMW Management – Private Health Care Facilities *Others - PHC’s established within Major industries Category Total Handing over to CBMWTF Having Captive Facility Does not have facilities > 100 beds 13 12 01 00 < 100 beds 88 88 00 00 Clinics 28 28 00 00 Path. Lab/Diag. Centre 26 26 00 00 Blood Bank 01 01 00 00 *Others 15 11 02 02
  • 22. STATUS OF LIQUID BMW MANAGEMENT AND HANDLING PRIVATE HCFS Category Total Provided LWTP Not Provided LWTP > 100 beds 13 13 00 < 100 beds 88 80 08 Clinics 28 00 00 Path. Lab/ Diag. Centre 26 18 08 Blood Bank 01 01 00 Others 15 00 00 Note : Clinic’s and others does not have Lab and OT facility hence providing of Liquid waste treatment plant is not applicable
  • 23. NON COMPLYING PRIVATE HCFs – ACTION PLAN HCEs < 100 Beds Solid Waste : Nil. Liquid Waste : 08HCFs HCFs have been directed to complete LWTP by 31.12.2011 Non Bedded HCFs (Clinics, Labs/Diag. Centres, Blood banks and others) Bio-Medical Waste : 02 HCFs HCFs will be made to dispose through CBMWTF before 30.6.2011
  • 24. AH & VS Department, DK HCF’s – Department of AYUSH Type of Hospitals No. BMW Remarks Number of bedded HCF’s 03 Yes The BMW is being transported to nearest PHCs for onward transportation to the Common Treatment facility Number of non bedded HCF’s 07 Yes Total 10 Type of Hospitals No. BMW Facility (Deep Burial Pit/ Sharp Pits) Liquid Waste Management Completed To be completed Completed To be completed Veterinary Hospitals 13 10 Commissioned 3 under construction 10 commissioned 3 under construction Veterinary Dispensaries 35 25 Commissioned 10 under construction 13 commissioned 22 under construction Primary Vet. Centers & Artificial Insemination centers 54 3 Commissioned 51 will be completed before March’2012 -
  • 25. Drinking Water Name of the ULB Receiving Water Supply Water Treatment Plants Per Capita (LPCD) Mangalore Nethravathi River 3 WTPs 135 Bantwal Nethravathi River 1 WTP 100 Belthangady Belthangady Hole 1 WTP 90 Moodabidri Phalguni River 1 WTP 90 Mulki Nethravathi River From MCC 93 Puttur Kumaradhara River 1 WTP 98 Ullal Nethravathi River From MCC 85 Sullia Payaswini River 1 WTP 95
  • 26. Sl. NO PARAMETERS Standard limits RESULTS April-10 July-10 October-10 January-11 April-11 1 pH 6.5 -8.5 unit 7 7 7.1 7.5 7.2 2 Counductivity Micro-mhos / cm 71 44 76 90 59 3 BOD 3 mg/l 1 1 1 1 1 4 Nitrate 50 mg/l BDL BDL BDL 1 5 5 Nitrite mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 6 Dissolved Oxygen 5 mg/l 6 6.7 6.8 7 6.9 7 Coliform Total 500 MPN/100ml 148 220 2 2 17 8 Coliform Faecal 40% of Total Coliform 72 70 NIL <2 9 9 Temprature °c 34 30 27 29 33
  • 27. River Kumaradhara up stream of Uppinangady town before confluence with Nethravathi river Sl. No PARAMETERS Standard limits RESULTS April-10 July-10 Oct-10 Jan-10 April-10 1 pH 6.5 -8.5 unit 7.1 7.1 7 7.7 7.3 2 Conductivity Micro-mhos / cm 74 50 132 110 54 3 BOD 3 mg/l 1 1 1 1 1 4 Nitrate 50 mg/l BDL BDL BDL 0.2 5 5 Nitrite mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 6 Dissolved Oxygen 5 mg/l 6.8 6.9 7 6.5 7 7 Coliform Total 500 MPN/100ml 108 1600 1 33 9 8 Coliform Fecal 40% of Total coliform 56 1600 NIL 5 2 9 Temprature °c 35 29 29 30 31
  • 28. River Netravathi D/S of Bantwal town Mangalore city water supply point Thumbe BDL stands for “Below Detectable level” S.NO PARAMETERS LIMITS (WHO) RESULTS Permissible Desirable Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 1 pH 7-8.5 6.5-9.2 7 7.1 6.5 2 Hardness asCaCo 3 --- --- 24 18 22 3 Calcium as Ca 75mg/l 200mg/l 6 3 7 4 Magnesium as Mg 50mg/l 150mg/l 8 2 1 5 Chloride 200mg/l 600mg/l 12 12 18 6 Sulphate 200mg/l 400mg/l 2 4 10 7 Flouride 0.5mg/l 1-1.5mg/l BDL BDL BDL 8 Total Dissolved Solids --- --- 68 70 90 9 DO --- --- 6.8 7.1 7.2 10 Iron 0.3mg/l 1mg/l 0.002 0.97 1.41 11 Nitrate --- 50-100mg/l BDL BDL BDL 12 Colour Colourless Colourless Colourless Colourless
  • 29. River Netravathi U/S of Bantwal Town S. NO PARAMETERS LIMITS (WHO) RESULTS Permissible Desirable Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 1 pH 7-8.5 6.5-9.2 7.1 7 5.6 2 Hardness asCaCo 3 --- --- 30 16 58 3 Calcium as Ca 75mg/l 200mg/l 14 4 13 4 Magnesium as Mg 50mg/l 150mg/l 16 1 6 5 Chloride 200mg/l 600mg/l 14 14 32 6 Sulphate 200mg/l 400mg/l 2 4 8 7 Flouride 0.5mg/l 1-1.5mg/l BDL BDL BDL 8 Total Dissolved Solids --- --- 84 72 166 9 DO --- --- 6.9 7 7.2 10 Iron 0.3mg/l 1mg/l 0.001 0.32 1.64 11 Nitrate --- 50-100mg/l BDL BDL BDL 12 Colour Colourless Colourless Colourless Colourless 13 Odour Unobjectable Odourless Odourless Odourless
  • 30. River Netravathi U/S of Sadhashiva temple Uppinangady S.NO PARAMETERS LIMITS (WHO) RESULTS Jul10 Oct-10 Permissible Desirable 1 pH 7-8.5 6.5-9.2 7 5.5 2 Hardness asCaCo 3 --- --- 18 48 3 Calcium as Ca 75mg/l 200mg/l 4 16 4 Magnesium as Mg 50mg/l 150mg/l 2 2 5 Chloride 200mg/l 600mg/l 14 40 6 Sulphate 200mg/l 400mg/l 4 5 7 Flouride 0.5mg/l 1-1.5mg/l BDL BDL 8 Total Dissolved Solids --- --- 76 170 9 DO --- --- 6.2 6.9 10 Iron 0.3mg/l 1mg/l 0.86 2 11 Nitrate --- 50-100mg/l BDL BDL 12 Colour Colourless Colourless Colourless 13 Odour Unobjectable Odourless Odourless
  • 31. FINAL TREATED EFFLUENT DISCHARED TO SEA OF M/S BASF INDIA LTD., MANGALORE (2010-11) Sl PARAMETERS LIMITS Results April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March 1 pH 6.0-9.0 8 8.1 8.6 7.6 7.2 7.6 8.2 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.7 7.8 2 Suspended solids 100mg/l 12 8 36 16 4 4 10 6 16 2 6 4 3 BOD 100mg/l 2 3 3 9 2 2 2 1 12 1 1 2 4 Oil & Grease 10mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 5 Hexavalent chromium 0.1mg/l ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 6 Total chromium 0.1mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 8 Phenolic Compound 1.0mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL ------ ------ ------ ------ ------
  • 32. FINAL TREATED EFFLUENT DISCHARED TO SEA OF M/S MRPL MANGALORE (2010-11) S.NO PARAMETERS LIMITS RESULTS Apr10. May-10. June-10. July-10. Aug-10. Sep-10. Sep-10. Oct-10. Nov-10. Dec-10. Jan-11. Jan-11. Feb-11. Mar-11. 1 pH 6-8.5 6.8 8 7.3 7 6.8 7.9 5.8 6.5 7.3 7.5 7.5 7.8 6 6.5 2 SS 20 mg/l 10 16 18 16 2 14 2 4 2 26 16 10 18 14 3 Oil & Grease 5mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 4 BOD 15 mg/l 9 2 3 5 2 12 1 1 6 9 4 2 12 5 5 Sulphide 0.5 mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 6 COD 125mg/l 101 10 50 78 42 44 12 10 70 130 61 30 90 20 7 Phenolic compound 0.35mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL ---- BDL ---- 8 Ammoniacal Nitrogen 15mg/l BDL 0.56 0.28 BDL 0.28 0.28 0.56 BDL 0.28 0.28 0.84 0.84 0.28 0.56 9 TKN 40mg/l BDL 0.84 0.56 BDL 0.56 0.56 0.84 BDL 0.56 0.56 1.12 1.12 0.56 0.84 10 Free Ammonia 5mg/l BDL 0.043 0.002 BDL 0.002 0.021 0.005 BDL 0.002 0.007 0.02 0.06 0.008 0.001 11 Flouride 15mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 0.02 0.04 0.03 0.1 12 Phosphate 3mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 0.067 0.26 0.65 BDL 13 Chromium +6 0.1mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 14 TRC 1mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 15 Iron 3mg/l 0.1 0.05 0.49 0.13 0.29 0.48 0.11 0.2 0.12 0.14 0.1 0.1 1.12 0.12 16 Nitrate 20mg/l BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 10 10 9 10 10
  • 33. Sea water Test Reports Sea Water Panambur Beach Parameters 26.04.10 26.5.10 28.6.10 26.7.10 26.8.10 27.9.10 28.10.10 30.11.10 28.12.10 24.02.11 30.03.11 29.04.11 30.05.11 ph 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.1 7.6 7.9 7.9 8 8.1 7.9 8 7.8 7.9 SS 6 28 26 24 4 22 24 36 26 24 14 8 32 OG BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BOD 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DO 5 5.4 5 6.5 6.3 6.5 6.5 6.6 6.4 6.3 6.1 6 5.8 Turbidity 3 9 12 17 1 13 4 5 8 5 1 10 18
  • 34. Sea Water Chitrapur Beach Parameters 26.04.10 26.5.10 28.6.10 26.7.10 26.8.10 27.9.10 28.10.10 30.11.10 28.12.10 28.01.11 24.02.11 30.03.11 29.04.11 30.05.11 ph 8.3 8.4 8.5 7.7 7.7 8 8 8.1 8.1 8.1 8 8.1 7.9 8 SS 4 24 32 16 6 26 24 32 36 26 14 16 12 36 OG BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BOD 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DO 5.5 5.6 6.5 6.2 6.2 6.4 6.4 6.1 6.3 5.6 6.2 6.3 6.1 5.6 Turbidity 5 9 13 15 1 14 4 4 6 7 2 1 9 18
  • 35. Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Results of Baikamapdy Industrial Area 2010-11   Average SO2 Average NOx Average RSPM Average SPM April 4 5 22 51 May 7 7 26 61 June 7 10 28 66 July 5 8 25 62 August 5 8 25 62 September 4 14 30 57 October 4 8 32 73 November 4 7 39 87 December 6 11 63 162 January 8 14 75 152 February 9 16 68 177 March 8 12 64 165 Annual Average 6 10 41 98 Standards Stipulated After Nov -10 50 40 -- 60 Standards Stipulated before Nov-10 80 80 120 360
  • 36. IT / E-Waste Management
    • The E-waste generated from the IT & other industries are stored in a separate room designated for storage of E-Waste within the premises of concerned industries.
    • The E-Waste is handed over to KSPCB Authorized E-waste recyclers under Hazardous waste rules as per manifesto system for final disposal.
  • 37. TOTAL NO. OF INDUSTRIES IN D.K NO OF “A” CATEGORY INDUSTRIES - 7 SIZE RED ORANGE GREEN TOTAL LARGE 38 9 21 68 MEDIUM 19 40 46 105 SMALL 194 105 987 1286 TOTAL 251 154 1054 1459
  • 38. TOTAL NO. OF INDUSTRIAL AREA/ ESTATES IN MANGALORE TALUK NO. OF INDUSTRIAL AREAS
    • BAIKAMPADY IND. AREA.
    • KARNAD IND.AREA. MULKY
    NO. OF INDUSTRIAL ESTATES
    • BAIKAMPADY INDUSTRIAL ESTATE.
    • YEYYADI INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
    • MOODABIDRE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE.
  • 39. STATUS OF MAJOR POLLUTING INDUSTRIES (A CATEGORY) Particulars of Industries Category Compliance status Action WPC APC MRPL Petrochemical
    • Provided adequate treatment facilities
    • Treated effluents conforming to the Standards.
    • 70% of the treated waste water re-used
    • Remaining treated waste water discharged into sea at 650 Mts seaward
    • Provided adequate air pollution control measures for all the sources
    • Installed CAAQM station
    • Provided on line stack monitoring system for major sources
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    • Monthly collection of effluent & ground water samples
    • Monitoring of sludge at bioremediation site
    • Monthly monitoring of sea water quality at shore of discharge point
  • 40. Continued…. Particulars of Industries Category Compliance status Action WPC APC MCF Ltd Fertilizer
    • Provided adequate treatment facilities
    • Zero discharge achieved in June 2010
    • STP upgraded & treated sewage is re-used
    • P rovided adequate air pollution control measures for all the sources.
    • On line stack monitoring of Sulphuric Acid Plant
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    Sequent Lab Ltd Basic drug & Pharmaceutical
    • Provided adequate treatment facilities & treated effluents are confirming to the Standards.
    • Treated waste water & sewage is being used for gardening
    Provided adequate air pollution control measures.
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    • Monthly collection of effluent & ground water samples
  • 41. Continued…. Particulars of Industries Category Compliance status Action WPC APC BASF India Ltd. Dyes & Dye Intermediates
    • Provided adequate treatment facilities & treated effluents are confirming to the Standards.
    • Treated waste water is being discharged into sea at 1400 mts seaward
    Provided adequate air pollution control measures for all the sources.
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    • Monthly collection of effluent & ground water samples
    • Monthly monitoring of sea water quality at shore of discharge point
  • 42. Continued…. Particulars of Industries Category Compliance status Action WPC APC KIOCL (Pellet Plant) Pig Iron
    • Not Provided treatment facilities for Scrubber effluent
    • Inadequate treatment facility for Sewage
    • Provided adequate air pollution control measures for all sources.
    • Fugitive emissions due to handling of iron ore
    • Directions issued to complete the treatment system to treat he effluent generated from Scrubber provided to captive Power Plant before December 2011
    NMPT Port Provided adequate treatment facilities for sewage and Ballast water.
    • Provided adequate air pollution control measures.
    • Roads are asphalted and regular water sprinkling
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    Eshwari Metal Industries Lead Reprocessing Provided adequate treatment facilities. Provided air pollution control measures.
    • Regular inspections is being carried out
    • Insisted for additional air pollution control measures
  • 43. Issues related to other polluting industries Sl No Particulars of Industries No .of Industries Compliance to Water Act Action taken for non compliance 01 Fish Meal & Oil manufacturing Industries located at Kotepura - Ullal 14
    • Discharging untreated waste water into sea
    • Construction of 600 KLD capacity CETP at the cost of Rs. 220 Lakhs is under progress (nearing completion)
    • Civil works of CETP is completed and installation of Mechanical equipments is under progress.
    02 Fish Meal & oil manufacturing Industries located at Mukka 03
    • one unit provided forced evaporation system for waste water
    • Two units have already constructed individual treatment facilities. ETP is under stabilization
    • Industry have installed & Commissioned ETP.
  • 44. Effluent Treatment plant of M/s Bawa Fisheries Common Effluent Treatment plant for Fish Processing units at Kotepura - Ullala Effluent Treatment plant of M/s Bawa Fish Meal & Oil Co.,
  • 45. Action Plan for Baikampady Industrial Cluster, Mangalore
    • MoEF in association with CPCB & IIT (Delhi) carried out environmental assessment of industrial clusters (88) across the country based on Comprehensive Environmental Pollution Index (CEPI).
    • MoEF has declared Baikampady Industrial Cluster as critically polluted area and imposed moratorium on establishment of new industries in the cluster.
    • KSPCB in coordination with CPCB and industries has developed an Action Plan to reduce the pollution level in the Baikampady industrial cluster and submitted to MoEF.
    • In response MoEF, GOI has lifted the Moratorium imposed on Baikampady Industrial Cluster on 23 rd May 2011.
  • 46. ACTION PLAN BY ‘ A’ CATEGORY INDUSTRIES Sl. No. Name of the industry Action Plan Proposed by major industries Cost in Lakhs Time Schedule Remarks 1 Mangalore Refineries & Petrochemicals Ltd, Kuthethur a) ETP with RO Plant 14800 Oct 2011 Reduction in Fresh Water Consumption b) Condensate recovery system – 2 units 61 31.12.2011 Fresh Water conservation c) Installation of continuous ambient air quality monitoring system 75 31.03.2011 (Work completed) Installed d) Utilization of natural gas as internal fuel in the refinery To be estimated As and when natural gas is made available in Mangalore (expected in 2012-13) Reduction in SO2 & CO2 Emissions e) Installation of sulphur pastillation unit for Phase III 7000 31.10.2011 Reduction of sulphur dust f) Planting of 10,000 saplings 50 2011 Green belt development
  • 47. 2 BASF India Ltd., Bala village. a) Installation of diffused aerator system for biological treatment 15 (Work completed) Improve oxygen transfer efficiency b) Installation of scrubber for monomer storage tanks to control fugitive emissions 15 Control of Air emission b) Planting of 1000 saplings. 4.5 2011 Green belt development 3 Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., Panambur a) Changeover of fuel from Naphtha and furnace oil to Natural Gas and Re-Liquefied Natural Gas 40000 2013 Reduction in SO2 & CO2 Emissions c) Planting of 4,000 saplings 6 2011 Green belt development
  • 48. 4 Sequent Scientific Ltd. Baikampady. Monitoring of VOCs 5 (Work completed) 5 Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd., Panambur a) Up gradation of the existing STP with latest technology 50 30.09.2011 Improve quality of treated water b) Installation of ETP for treatment of effluent generated from De-sulphurisation plant of CPP 65 31.12.2011 Improve quality of treated water c) Asphalting of all internal roads 35 31.12.2011 Reduction of fugitive emissions d) Providing of closed sheds for raw materials storage 30 30.09.2011 Reduction of fugitive emissions e) Plantation of 10,000 saplings 6 31.10.2011 Green belt development
  • 49. 5 6 NMPT, Panambur a) Mechanization of Iron Ore Cargo handling 27700 October 2012 Reduction of cargo spills b) Concretization of roads to minimize spillage of cargo 30 Dec’ 2011 Reduction of cargo spills c) Green belt development along the highway NH 17 and Beach Road for one KM length, near VTMS building and at Meenakaliya Village road 80 Dec’ 2011 Green belt development d) Providing permanent sprinkling system along the concrete roads 600 M 10 June’ 2011 (Work completed) Dust suppression e) Providing bunds to settling tanks and extension of settling tank 60 To stop entry of ore into sea f) Providing acoustic enclosures for two no’s of 1000 KVA DG Sets 32 Reduce the noise
  • 50. 2 7 Ruchisoya Industries Ltd., Baikampady Industrial Area a) Concreting of roads 50 June’ 2011 (Work completed) Dust suppression b) Planting of 625 saplings - 2011 Green belt development 8 Rajashri Packagers Pvt. Ltd., Baikampady Industrial Area a) Replacement of fuel from rice husk to imported coal 12 Dec‘ 2010 (Work Completed) Reduction of ash generation b) Incorporating closed loop ash handling system (Silo’s) 35 Dec’ 2010 (Work Completed) Dust suppression c) Facilities for in-house testing of ETP parameters 2.5 Dec’ 2010 (Work Completed) -------- 9 Eshwari Metal Industries, (Unit-I) Baikampady Industrial Area Installation of Rotary Kiln furnace with Scrubber 40 Dec’ 2011 To minimize the emissions
  • 51. Major Accident/Hazardous Industries Sl No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 1 Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. Off-site mock-drill conducted 3 times in a year 2 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, LPG Filling plant Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 3 Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Limited Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. Off-site mock-drill conducted 3 times in a year
  • 52. 2 Sl. No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 4 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, POL terminal Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 5 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Mangalore. LPG Import Facilities terminal Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 6 Puttur Petro-Products Pvt. Limited.. Bantwal Taluk. Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 7 Total LPG(INDIA) Limited Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 8 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year. 9 Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited , LPG Bottling Plant Prepared Prepared On-site mock-drill conducted 6 times in a year.
  • 53. 2 Hazardous Industries SL.No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 1 The Canara Workshops Ltd., Alloy Steel Division, Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 2 Karnataka Forest Development Corporation Limited. Aivernad Rubber Processing Unit,SulliaTaluk Yet to be Prepared Prepared Dec 2011 3 Karnataka Forest Development Corporation Limited. Centrifuge Latex Factory SulliaTaluk Yet to be Prepared Prepared 4 Malabar Oxygen Co.Pvt Ltd, 189-B,Mangalore Yet to be Prepared Prepared 5 Gwasf Quality Castings Private, Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 6 Karnataka Forest Development Corporation Limited. Puttur Taluk Yet to be Prepared Prepared Dec 2011
  • 54. 2 SL.No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 7 Indraje Latex Centrifugal Rubber Factory , Sullia Taluk, Yet to be Prepared Prepared Dec 2011 8 Canara Lighting Industries Limited, Mulki Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 9 Sequent Scientific Limited Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 10 B.A.S.F India Limited Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 11 Munnor Rubber, Sullia – Yet to be Prepared Prepared Dec 2011 12 Karnad Gases Pvt. Ltd., Mulki Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are being conducted once in every six months 13 Lakshmi Cryogenics Pvt. Ltd. Mangalore Prepared Prepared 14 Kudremukh Iron Ore lCompany Limited, Mangalore Prepared Prepared 15 Eshwari Metal Industries Mangalore Prepared Prepared
  • 55. 2 Continued… SL.No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 16 Advance Surfactants India Limited, Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are conducting every six months 17 Akolite Synthetic Resins Mangalore Not Prepared Prepared Dec 2011 18 Petronet MHB Limited Mangalore Dispatch Station Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are conducting every six months 19 Petronet MHB Limited Neriya, Belthangady - 574214 Prepared Prepared 20 Laboratories Daffodil (P)Ltd Mangalore Not-Prepared Prepared Dec 2011 21 Shi Hi Tech, Puttur Not Prepared Prepared 22 Sanson Chemical Industries Mulki Not Prepared Prepared 23 Oriental Aromatics Ltd Mangalore. Not Prepared Prepared
  • 56. 2 Continued… SL.No Name of the Factory Onsite Emergency prepared/not Offsite Emergency prepared/not Remarks 24 Eshwari Metal Industries, Mangalore Prepared Prepared On-site Mock drills are conducting every six months 25 Divya Chemical Manufactures, Mulki Yet to be prepared Prepared Off-site emergency to be prepared within Dec 2011 26 Ashapur Minechem Ltd, Mangalore Prepared 27 Pushpa Coats Pvt Ltd, Mangalore Prepared 28 Pushpa Coats Pvt Ltd, Mangalore Prepared 29 POWERPACK Batteries (India) Mangalore Prepared
  • 57. TANKS & LAKES
    • Total No. of tanks for rejuvenation : 133 No’s and 12 vented dam works have been taken
      • Tanks under Zilla Panchayat : 122 No’s (Rs. 306.30 Lakhs)
      • Minor Irrigation : 01 No’s (Rs. 100.00 Lakhs)
      • Mangalore City Corporation : 10 No’s (Rs. 555.00 Lakhs)
      • The rejuvenation of these tanks will be completed in the current year.
    Kavoor Tank Karinjeshwara Tank
  • 58. Note : Tanks coming under Corporation & ZP limits details will be provided once the tenders are approved Sl.no Name of the Department No. of tanks/lakes Name of lakes/Tanks Area of encroachment Area of eviction Amount Spent for rejuvenation Future plan for maintenance 1 Minor irrigation 2 Kavoor tank 0.83 Hectare 0.83 Hectare 15 Lakhs 100 lakhs for rejuvenation and protection work has been approved under Rejuvenation of tanks   Karinjeshwara Tank Nill NA NA
  • 59.  
  • 60. STATUS OF PARKS & OPEN SPACES Sl. No Name of the ULB No. of parks Name of the Park Extent of the park Development activity taken in the last five years Amount Spent Future action plan for 5 years 1 Mangalore City Corporation 32 +11   48.98 Acres + 38.45 Acres Compound wall, foot-path, lighting, fountain, etc., 35.8 Lakhs + 28.0 Lakhs 157.00 Lakhs + 155 Lakhs 2 Puttur 5 Children's Park 0.40 Acre Development of compound wall and plantation completed in FY 2010-11 12 Lakhs Development works worth 2.0 lakhs has been Planned Nethaji Park 0.45 Acre Planting of trees & regular maintenance bieng carried out NA Development works worth 2.0 lakhs has been Planned Near Private Bus stand 0.42 Acre NA Development works worth 2.0 lakhs has been Planned Balavana (Shivaram Karanth) 6 Acre 20 Lakhs Development works worth 110 Lakhs has been Planned Biramala 4.0 Acres 2 Lakhs Progressively to up-grade the park 3 Moodbidri 1 Gandhi Park 1.40 Acre Recently taken over Development works worth 5.38 lakhs been approved and is under progress
  • 61. Sl. No Name of the ULB No. of parks+ open spaces Name of the Park Extent of the park + open spaces Development activity taken in the last five years Amount Spent Future action plan for 5 years (Parks + Open spaces) 4 Belthangadi 2 Manjushree Park 0.15 Acre Maintenance activities are being carried out 1.00 lakhs NA Chinnara Park 0.35 Acre Nil NA Development works worth 20.0 lakhs are under progress 5 Sullia 3 Netaji Park 0.05 Acre Maintenance activities are being carried out 0.50 lakhs Progressively to up-grade the park Odabai Park 0.12 Acre Maintenance activities are being carried out 0.10 lakhs Children Park 0.07 Acre Maintenance activities are being carried out 0.40 lakhs Development works worth 2.5 lakhs been approved 6 Mulki 1 Gandhi Park 0.40 Acre Development of compound wall and plantation completed in FY 2010-11 4.00 lakhs Progressively to up-grade the park
  • 62. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT Reducing Chemical Fertilizers Consumption through promotion of organic farming Remedy Action Taken (Progress achieved in last 5 years till 2011) Amount Spent during last 5 years (Rs. In lakhs) Future Action for 2011-12 to 2015 – 16 Budget Requirement for 2011 - 12 to 2015 - 16 (Rs. In lakhs) Vermi compost units 962 24.90 750 30 Bio-digester units 166 23.50 250 50 Gobar gas/ slurry tank units 155 18.60 500 50
  • 63. Remedy Action Taken (Progress achieved in last 5 years till 2011) Amount Spent during last 5 years (Rs. In lakhs) Future Action Budget Requirement for 2011-12 (Rs. In lakhs) Use of organic manures (Agri-gold) 1542 tons 17.07 1000 tons 25 Promotion of organic Farming One village per Taluka comprising of 100 ha. Was demonstrated. 102.00 1000 hectares (organic village programme) 2500 ha. (organic farming mission programme) 275 Training to Create Awareness (Nos.) 150 6.11 250 No’s 12.50 Radio Lessons / Program’s Nil Nil 5 No’s 1.75 Total 192.18 444.25
  • 64. REDUCING CHEMICAL PESTICIDES CONSUMPTION Remedy Action Taken (Progress achieved in last 5 years till 2011) Amount Spent during last 5 years (Rs. In lakhs) Future Action Budget Requirement for 2011-12 (Rs. In lakhs) Use of bio pesticides 1600 ha. 10.13 2500 ha. 12.50 Integrated pest Management (IPM) methods. 26 farmer Field School (FFS) 3.41 50 (FFS) 8.50 Training to create Awareness (No.) 50 1.60 50 2.50 Radio Lessons / Program’s Nil Nil 5 No’s 1.75 Grand Total 15.14 25.25
  • 65. Horticulture Department Problem Remedy Action Taken Amt. Spent past 5 yrs ( Rs in Lakh) Future Action 2011-16 Budget 2011-16 (Rs in Lakh) Outcome To reduce air, soil, water pollution, increase life sustain ability Increase plant density by planting more horti. crops So far 67.87% of net sown area brought under horti. crops 640.00 Increase plant density by 200 Ha every year 150.00 Increased green coverage and income of farmers Reduce soil erosion Plant more suitable Horti-crops 30524 Ha area under Cashew crop & 10392 Ha under Rubber crop 200.00 Increase plant density by gap filling Cashew plant 50.00 Increased income and Soil erosion brought down considerably. Cashew is providing livelihood to more than 4000 family
  • 66. Continued… Problem Remedy Action Taken Amt. Spent past 5 yrs ( Rs in Lakh) Future Action 2011-16 Budget 2011-16 (Rs in Lakh) Outcome Use of Inorganic Fertilizers, Chemicals and Pesticides Promotion of Intensive Organic Farming in Hort. crops 50% of Hort crops area traditionally Organic farming. 1020 Ha converted to Intensive org.farming u/r NHM 25.00 750 Ha to be converted to Intensive Organic Farming 41.00 1444 Tonnes of NPK and 1500 Lts of Pesticides can be reduced Promotion of Vermi compost units 262 Vermi compost units established and assisted 34.00 250 units will be established and assisted 75.00 Promotion of Biodigester units 271 Bio digester units are established 22.30 250 units to be establihed 75.00
  • 67. Continued… Problem Remedy Action Taken Amt. Spent past 5 yrs ( Rs in Lakh) Future Action 2011-16 Budget 2011-16 (Rs in Lakh) Outcome Use of Inorganic Fertilizers, Chemicals and Pesticides Promotion of bio pesticides and Organic pesticides Organic & Bio pesticides were introduced at subsidized rates 65.00 600 Ha/ yr proposed to be assisted under INM &500 Ha/ Yr proposed to be assisted under IPM 55.00 1444 Tonnes of NPK and 1500 Lts of Pesticides can be reduced Promotion of Natural Pollinators 1067 No of bee boxes with colonies were assisted 16.00 1500 Bee hive with colonies proposed 22.50 Mechanization 60 Weed cutters are given with assistance 39.50 50 weed cutter machines proposed/ year 35.00
  • 68. Continued.. Problem Remedy Action Taken Amt. Spent past 5 yrs ( Rs in Lakh) Future Action 2011-16 Budget 2011-16 (Rs in Lakh) Outcome Use of Inorganic Fertilizers, Chemicals and Pesticides Create awareness on organic farming Training programmes were organised to educate farmers on chemical hazard and to switch over to organic farming 35 Trainings with a assistance of Rs 5.95 Lakhs 100 Training programmes are planned to promote switch over to organic farming 15.00 750 Ha to be converted to Intensive Organic Farming.
  • 69. Comprehensive Action plan of all wings of Forest dept-Territorial, wildlife, social forestry, KCDC & KFDC(Rubber) & other line Depts
  • 70. District wise Progress details
    • Territorial divisions: Planting activities & protection of Elephants & corridors eliciting public co-operation (including human & animal conflict) are carried out in Sullya, Panja & Subramanya ranges of Sullya Taluk, Belthangady, Uppinangady range of Belthangady taluk, Puttur range in Puttur taluk, Bantwala range in Bentwala taluk & Mangalore range in Mangalore taluk.
    • Social Forestry : Afforestation in private & Government lands, road-side plantations, block plantations, school forestries are carried out in Mangalore, Bantwal, Puttur, Sullya & Belthangady taluks. The expentediture are met out under MGNREGS FUNDS
    • Wild Life : Activities are carried out in Belthangady & Sullya taluks only specially Charmady, Shiradi, shirubagilu, Subramanya, Harihara pallathadka, Madapady, Sampaje, Mandekolu.
  • 71.
    • Improvement of Habitats, Educating farmers, forage & drinking water facilities
    • Habitat improvement (forest development, soil & moisture conservation measures) was done by developing degraded reserve forest area covering an area of 8000 hectares(approx) .
    • Action has been taken to educate the farmers conducting training camps, exposure trips for the village forest committee members.
    • Forest committee formed under KSFMBCP, FDA & mangrove projects are actively participating in protection & development of forests.
  • 72. Details of Plantations raised in last 5 Years in Mangalore Division (in Ha / Km) Particulars of Work 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Afforestation in the forest areas 1817.5 394.29 1510 379.15 1465 456.47 1683.5 460.48 1260.45 364.21 7736.45 2009.60 Road side / Avenue Plantation 22.5 11.57 3.5 5.57 22.5 12.47 27.5 12.95 18 41.65 94 84.21 Plantations in Schools & Hospitals - 2.5 - - 50 52.5 TOTAL 1840 405.35 1516 384.72 1487.5 478.94 1711 473.43 1328.45 405.86 7882.95 2093.81
  • 73. Afforestation Proposed Action Plan of Mangalore Division for next 5 Years 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Total Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) 1 Forest land: (Ha.) 1376 412.80 400 149.59 400 155.26 300 122.43 200 77.19 2676 917.27 2 National Highways (KMs.) 3300 Seedlings 1.72 15 9.5 15 14.99 10 15.27 10 17.29 50 58.77 3 State Highways/ District/Rural Roadsides: (KMs.) 2200 Seedlings 1.14 10 7.53 15 14.42 25 25.37 20 19.57 70 68.03 4 Establishing Fire Protection camps 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 10 10 5 Mangrove forest 15 6.00 20 9.00 20 10.00 20 11.00 20 12.00 95 48.00 6 Afforestation in Other Areas 23 45.00 30 61 40 92 10 15 10 15 113 228 7 Costal Greening 6 km 6 5km 6 11 km 12
  • 74. Proposed Action Plan of Mangalore Division for next 5 Years   2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL Phy Fin ( Lakhs) Phy Fin ( Lakhs) Phy Fin ( Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) Phy Fin (Lakhs) 1. Forest land: (Ha.) 400 118.75 400 149.59 400 155.26 300 122.43 200 77.19 1700 623.22 2. National Highways (KMs.) 0 0.56 15 9.5 15 14.99 10 15.27 10 17.29 50 57.61 3. State Highways/ District/Rural Roadsides: (KMs.) 0 0.38 10 7.53 15 14.42 25 25.37 20 19.57 70 67.25 4. Establishing Fire Protection camps 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 10 10
  • 75. Details of Plantations raised outside the Natural Forest area in last 5 Years by Social Forestry Division, Mangalore. Sl. No Particulars of Work 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin 1 Block Plantation (In Ha) 117.85 14.50 242.17 19.29 325.99 33.13 200.26 24.28 75.25 23.06 82.60 22.75 2 Roadside Plantation (In Kms) 29.50 4.24 10.00 1.42 20.55 2.97 15.00 1.72 24.00 3.96 14.50 5.06 3 Social Security Plantations (In Ha) 6.50 0.59 9.75 0.53 13.25 1.08 12.50 1.16 12.30 1.56 9.50 0.85 4 School Forestry (In Ha) 31.00 1.71 46.80 3.93 26.62 1.49 45.00 1.24 30.00 1.18 20.00 0.88 5 MGNREGS Plantations in Private/ Govt. lands (In Ha) - - - - 1467.85 310.82 202.45 78.00 TOTAL 184.85 21.04 308.72 25.17 386.41 38.67 272.76 28.41 1609.40 340.58 329.05 107.54
  • 76. Plan of Action for next 5 Years by Social Forestry Division, Mangalore Under MGNREGS Particulars of Work 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL Phy. (Ha) Fin. (Lakhs) Phy (Ha) Fin (Lakhs) Phy (Ha) Fin (Lakhs) Phy (Ha) Fin (Lakhs) Phy (Ha) Fin (Lakhs) Phy (Ha) Fin (Lakhs) Raising Plantation in Pvt/Govt lands 100 60.10 100 66.10 100 72.75 100 80 100 88 500 366.95 Roadside Plantations 20 11.40 20 12.50 20 13.75 20 15.15 20 16.70 100 69.50 School Forestry 20 3.00 20 3.30 20 3.65 20 4.00 20 4.50 100 18.45 TOTAL 140 74.50 140 81.90 140 90.15 140 99.15 140 109.20 700.00 454.90
  • 77. Prevention of Man-Animal Conflict Elephant Proof Trench
  • 78.
    • Forage areas & drinking water facilities: Parma & poly-cultural practices are encouraged by creating budgets for the same in NREGA & wild life Funds. Fodder species- (Halasu, Hebbalasu, bamboo, etc.,) are planted along with the major species during monsoon planting.
    • Action plan towards creation of large drinking ponds, de-siltation of water holes to assist drinking water to wild animals have been prepared.
    • The action plan for development of fodder plants & crops along with creation of drinking water pools for wild animals has been developed. The Physical target & Financial requirements(from Wildlife funds) are as briefed in the subsequent slide.
    • Demarcation & working plans to tackle poaching & smuggling of sandalwood: The Mangalore district comes under te jurisdiction of Shimoga working plan division. They are conducting the demarcation works as & when the authorities of Mangalore division reports such encroachments & other irregulaties to the working plan division.
  • 79. Man – Animal Conflict – PROPOSED ACTION PLAN FOR 5 YEARS     i. PROTECTION OF ELEPHANTS II. PROTECTION OF ELEPHANT HABITAT AND CORRIDORS Sl Name of the Division Maintenance of anti -poaching camps Construction of culverts, bridges, causeways and watch towers Desilting of Water Holes Creation of large size ponds Elephant Proof Trench (EPT)/ Elephant Maintenance of Elephant Proof Trench (EPT) Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy (km) Fin Phy (km) Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14   Mangalore                           2011-12 1 1.12 2 2.24 2 0.52 2 2.24 2 1.99 10 2.50   2012-13 1 1.23 2 2.46 2 0.57 2 2.46 2 2.19 12 3.00   2013-14 1 1.36 2 2.71 2 0.62 2 2.71 2 2.41 14 3.50   2014-15 1 1.49 2 2.98 2 0.69 2 2.98 2 2.65 16 4.00   2015-16 1 1.64 2 3.28 2 0.75 2 3.28 2 2.92 18 4.50 TOTAL 5 6.84 10 13.67 10 3.14 10 13.67 10 12.17   70 17.50
  • 80. Continued….     III. ELICITING PUBLIC CO-OPERATION (Including mitigation of human-elephant conflict) Others (like construction of walls, new roads, maintenance of roads, Encouraging Parma & poly-cultural practices( planting of, agave, paddy, banana, sugarcane ) maintenance of watch tower drilling of bore wells, stone pitching etc., Grand total (Rs. In Lakhs) Sl.No Name of the Division Publicity and awareness programmes LS (unit cost) Anti depredation units to elephants Erection of Solar fence (km) Maintenance of Solar fence (km) Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin 1 2 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25   Mangalore                         2011-12 5 2.00 2 2.24 1 1.77 No Erection during previous year 2 2.00 17.37   2012-13 5 2.00 2 2.46 1 1.95 1 0.25 2 2.00 19.83   2013-14 5 2.00 2 2.71 1 2.14 2 0.49 2 2.00 22.41   2014-15 5 2.00 2 2.98 1 2.35 3 0.74 2 2.00 25.12   2015-16 5 2.00 2 3.28 1 2.59 4 0.99 2 2.00 27.98 TOTAL 25 10.00 10 13.67 5 10.80   10 2.47 10 10.00 112.71
  • 81. Marine eco system , Mangroves Protection , Management and fisheries
  • 82.
    • Total length of the D.K. coast line 43 km.
    • Talapady Uchila lagoon: Rhizophora, Avicinia
    • Nethravathi Gurupura: Rhizophora, Avicinia, Sonnaratia caseolaris, Acanthus ilicifolius,, Acrostichum aureum,, Kandelia candel
    • Mulki - Pavanje: Bruguiera gymnorhiza , Rhizophora, Avicinia, Sonnaratia caseolaris, Acanthus ilicifolius, Acrostichum aureum,, Kandelia candel Aegiceras corriculatum, Excoecaria agallocha,
    • Bykampady Industrial Area : Avicinia , Acrostichum aureum, Acanthus ilicifolius
    MANGROVE SPECIES AND RESOURCES IN DAKSHINA KANNADA
  • 83. Mangroove Plantation made Estuaries of Mangalore Taluk: 250 Ha
  • 84. ACTION PLAN TO PROTECT BREEDING HABITATS * Area availability will be subjected to survey and mapping Threats Management Strategies Mitigation Funds required Habitat destruction due to urbanization and other developmental activities 1) Identification & Mapping of Mangrove area 2) Implementation of CRZ notification and tree preservation act
    • Mangrove
    • restoration*.
    • 2) Capacity building of Environment and Forest departments
    Rs. 48 lakhs for 95 Ha in 5 year Destruction of Mangroves for fuel wood requirement. Implementation of tree preservation act Raising alternative fuel wood plantations in and around the coastal region Rs. 12.5 lakhs for 50 ha.
  • 85. Continued… Threats Management Strategies Mitigation Funds required Misconceptions of people about Mangroves. Considered as obstruction for fishing and hindrance for water drainage Creating awareness by training, organizing workshops, field visits etc. Encouraging Community participation in protection of Mangroves Rs. 8 lakhs / year
  • 86. Coastal Fisheries
    • State Pollution Control Board monitors pollution regularly – it is observed that the pollution level is within the stipulated limits.
    • Department of Fisheries has rejuvenated the fish and prawn stock by stocking Rs. 2.0 lakhs prawn seeds every year under sea ranching program.
    • Conservation measures
      • “ Closed fishing season” (June to August i.e., breeding season) to conserve the resources.
      • Regulating the entry of additional fishing vessels.
      • Registration of all fishing vessels under Merchant shipping Act
  • 87.
    • 27597 active fishermen and fisherwomen are covered under national fishermen insurance scheme.
    • Fish Production : 90345 MT/Annum (2009-10)
    • 1,34,739 MT/Annum (2010-11)
    • Income generation : 560.90 crores
    • Average income per family : Approx Rs. 50,000/-
    • Fish Market : 56 No’s in D.K ( 16 Major markets is in the coastal line )
        • 2 Modern Market : Mangalore (1.5 crores) under the assistance of National fisheries development board, Hyderabad.
  • 88. KCDC LTD, Mangalore, was incorporated on 14 th February 1978 under Companies Act, 1956 for scientifically managing the cashew plantations raised hither to by Karnataka Forest Department (KFD) and raising new plantations for promoting the development of cashew plantations in the State. These plantations are spread in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Uttara Kannada and Shimoga Districts. Cashew plantations in Dakshina Kannada : 9133.00 ha . KARNATAKA CASHEW
  • 89.
    • Increasing productivity of cashew crop by planting HYV grafted seedlings by replacing old & senile trees.
    • Managing the plantations so raised as per scientific prescriptions.
    • Putting the KCDC land to the best use for optimum utilisation.
    • Restoring waste lands to productive use.
    • Effective soil & moisture conservation in the high rainfall areas.
    HYV Grafted cashew Seedlings
  • 90. PLANTATION ACTIVITY IN DAKSHINA KANNADA DISTRICT
    • 1700 hectares of cashew plantations raised from 1980 to 1987 with the assistance of International Development Agency (IDA) and a loan of Rs.1.29 crores.
    • Cashew tree in flowering stage
  • 91. Raised 3557.85 hectares of cashew plantations from internal resources and budgetary support from GOK & GOI from 1992-93 to 2010-11.
    • Plantation raised in between1992 and 2010
  • 92. Cashew Plantation raising activities by planting HYV grafted cashew seedlings in 183 hectares taken up during 2011-12 in D.K. District.
    • Cashew plant raised during 2011-12
  • 93. SOURCE OF REVENUE – SALE OF CASHEW USUFRUCTS BY TENDER /AUCTIONS(D.K. DISTRICT). REVENUE Raw cashewnuts ready for sale YEAR REVENUE (Rs.in Lakhs) 2006-07 120.28 2007-08 124.38 2008-09 133.24 2009-10 94.17 2010-11 114.72
  • 94.
    • SCOPE OF CO-ORDINATION WITH OTHER DEVELOPMENT WINGS
    • CASHEW GROWING TO BE GIVEN PRIORITY AS A FARM FORESTRY / HORTICULTURAL CROP.
    • FOREST DEPARTMENT / SOCIAL FORESTRY WING OF ZILLA PANCHAYAT/WATER SHED DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT TO PLANT CASHEW NUT IN THEIR AFFORESTATION PROGRAMMES AND MAINTAIN THROUGH JFPM – VFC’S.
    • KCDC TO MANAGE ITS CASHEW PLANTATIONS AS AN ESTATE ON THE SAME LINES AS COFFEE / TEA ESTATE AND NOT AS A FORESTRY CROP.
  • 95. SHARE OF KCDC IN PROVIDING LIVELYHOOD
    • KCDC sells its crop on annual basis on tender cum auction, which is taken part by contractors from villages in vicinity of cashew plantations.
    • In turn these contractors engage about 5 local workers every day for collection of cashew nuts in each unit for the period of 5 months.
    • There are 181 such units spread over in Dakshina Kannada District.
    • Thus every year 1,35,750 man days (181units x 5 persons x 150 days) are generated by this Company in raw cashew collection process.
    Collection of cashew nuts by labourers
  • 96.
    • Company provides seasonal job opportunities for local people by carrying out plantation developmental activities during the course of year.
    • In addition of mandays creation by running regular activities Company is creating jobs under other schemes like MNREGS by taking up developmental activities in older cashew plantations.
    Digging of catch pit JOB CREATION TO RURAL PEOPLE Cleaning the plantation area
  • 97. FYM application by labourer ENVIRONMENTAL VISION AND ACTIVITIES
    • KCDC is using the organic manure like sheep manure, poultry manure, etc., by reducing the chemical fertilizers like urea, rock phosphate, etc., to make the cashew, chemical free.
    • KCDC is planting in the open areas and also barren lands suitable for cashew by making best use of lands and thus developing the forest area.
    • KCDC is also concentrating on the soil conservation by creating soil conservation trenches in hilly and sloppy areas.
    Soil conservation trench
  • 98.
    • Total rubber plantations in the District 4443 ha.
    • Providing livelihood to about 1600 families including Tamil Sri-lankan repatriates.
    • NREGS funds are being utilized in addition to regular corporation funds to improve productivity by taking soil moisture conservation works.
    • Providing Gainful Employment to Local People (about 300 Families) through afforestation activities.
    PRODUCTIVITY OF RUBBER PLANTATIONS THROUGH NREGS FUNDS
  • 99. Sea walls have been constructed at vulnerable places. Projects proposed Sustainable Coastal Protection and Management Project: under funding by Asian Development Bank. In Ullal : Rs 223 crores Period : 4 years Two under water reefs parallel to the coastline is proposed to be constructed along 3km coast. SEA EROSION
  • 100. Facilities under SCP & TSP Year Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes Remarks Physical (No. of Beneficiaries) Financial Physical (No. of Beneficiaries) Financial 2006 – 2007 - - 1672 1.11 Planting of fruit yielding plants 2007 – 2008 - - - - 2008 – 2009 - - - - 2009 – 2010 1249 4.44 84 0.75 Planting of fruit yielding plants 2010 – 2011 855 18.64 110 3.107 Planting of fruit yielding plants, Distribution of gas stoves, solar lamps & honey bee boxes Last 5 Years Total 2104 23.08 1766 4.967
  • 101. The scheduled Tribes and other Traditional forest dwellers (Recognition of forest rights) Act 2006 and Rules 2008
    • Number of Applications received by FRCs
      • ST : 506
      • Others : 1172
    • Number of Applications rejected by FRCs/SLDC
      • ST : 244
      • Others : 1172
    • Number of Application accepted & Title deed issued
      • ST : 72
      • Others : Nil
    • Extent of Land involved in title distributed cases
      • ST : 76.51 Acres
      • Others : Nil
  • 102. Details of Lamp societies in Mangalore Division Name of the society No of members Amount collected from each society to the dept(in Rs) Kind of MFP collected Participated members in collecting the MFP Sullya 3690 100 Rampatre flowers Dalchini leaves Sigekai Dhupa seeds 679 664 Puttur 1733 100 Belthangady 2091 100 1200 Bantwal 770 100 770
  • 103. Thank You

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