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Waste Management_Mayank Jain_IIM Calcutta.ppt Waste Management_Mayank Jain_IIM Calcutta.ppt Presentation Transcript

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    • Collaborate with the government in managing the mess
      • Provide waste transportation service to the government, lease vehicles etc. (X) [Not profitable to the government]
      • Get contracts to maintain cleanliness of municipal dumps (X) [Not very profitable]
      • Provide people to the government for municipal waste management (X) [Not very profitable]
      • Look at earning revenue by generating energy from municipal wastes (X) [High initial investment, Municipal Wastes are not classified]
      • Collect municipal waste from government and recycle it (X) [High initial investment in setting up recycling plant]
      • Start waste management independently, giving a holistic solution, not trying to collaborate with the government
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  • 1. Educate 2. Provide Dustbin Kits to classify waste to each household Dry Collect classified waste Wet Reduce volume by use of volume reduction technologies Dump Generate Energy/ Sell waste to energy generating plants
    • Tie – ups with recycling Agencies:
    • Plastic
    • e-wastes
    • Metallic
    Collect Fees Transportation Transportation Tie – up with manure companies Trained waste collection staff
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    • Fixed
    • Initial investment in dustbin kits
    • Transport system to transport wastes
    • Investment in waste volume reduction technology (latest ‘MicroSludge’ technology reduces volume of organic wastes by up to 40 - 60 %)
    • Recurring
    • Payment to employees (waste collectors & dry waste classifiers)
    • Sponsoring local events, posting hoardings, ads in local newspapers
    • Fee collection from households
    • Tie – ups with agencies recycling wastes
      • Plastics recyclers
      • e-waste recyclers
      • Metallic waste recyclers
    • Wastes to be sold off to energy generating plants/investing in energy generating plants which can yield revenue from the generated energy
    • Other wet/organic wastes sold to manure companies
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