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Application of tracking and gis in solid waste management

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Application of GIS and GPS tracking.. Analysis of SW Collection by vehicle Tracking and route optimization

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Application of tracking and gis in solid waste management

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  2. 2.  In this development stage of cities, infrastructure has grown to the extent and population increased due migration of the people from the rural to urban area. The Accommodation of this population would need proper infrastructure and management for sustainable development. The production of Solid waste is increased drastically. In a municipal solid waste management system, decreasing collection/hauling costs, which consist of major part of total disposal expenditure, can be carried out by a route optimization. Thus, huge amount of economical benefits is getting furnished. 2
  3. 3.  To improve , monitor the efficiency, utilize the resources and derive cost benefit and services by implementing the GIS and Vehicle tracking in solid waste collection system. 3
  4. 4.  Reclassify the priority of the bin location on the basis of population and waste generation. Optimize the trip distance and time to ensure maximum utilization of resources and batter service. To reduce Carbon emission. 4
  5. 5.  Google API for Raster Generation Road network Ahmedabad Container location Field collected and corrected Society Location Field data collection Reports Generate by Solid waste collection Tracking system, SWM Container weight ,SWM 5
  6. 6. Planning Engineering AdministrationOrganization Financial 6
  7. 7. Storage WasteGenerationTransportation Processing Energy conservation. 7
  8. 8. Infrastructure No. of vehicleDoor to door 700+Container lifter 100+Other (tractors,trucks,HK) 400+ 8
  9. 9. Hauled Container System (HCS)HCS: - Container is hauled to disposal sites, emptied, and returned to original location or some other location - Suitable for areas wise higher wst. generation - Types:  Hoist truck : 2 - 10 m 3  Tilt frame container: 960 kg empty  Trash trailer - for heavy, bulky rubbish (construction, commercial, usually open top container);  2 crew per vehicle.(1 Driver+1 Cleaner) 9
  10. 10. Base map Density map Old Priority maps New priority areaBin location map Road network + Tracking Common routes Continue..
  11. 11. Common routes Road Network Time and distance Optimized Route Tracking comparison and Validation Final Proposed system
  12. 12.  Seventh largest city in India Second biggest trade center of Western India Commercial Capital & Growth Engine of Gujarat State Population 6 million Area 466 Sq. km 6 Zones & 64 Wards Decadal Growth Rate (1991-2001) 22.20 % Density 11,802 per Sq. km 12
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  14. 14. NZ Priority location 14
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  16. 16. Location of garbagegeneration 16
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  18. 18.  Result 1 18
  19. 19. =====Density and bin locations 19
  20. 20. Old map 20
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  22. 22. GPS Tracker 22
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  24. 24. Software• Dashboard Module• Scheduling and Waste Collection Management Module• Live Vehicle/Real Time Tracking Module• Route Replay Module• Administrator Module• Alerts and Warnings Module 24
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  33. 33.  Result 2 33
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  38. 38. distonew with_Retu trck_lenglegend Total_Leng ay rn t difference122 BUS STAND 15546.10 15.55 31.09 34.44 3.35AMBAVADI 17374.76 17.37 34.75 34.80 0.05BARAF KARKHANU-POTALIYA 14.00 14.00 28.00 29.30 1.30CHILDREN PARK 14937.15 14.94 29.87 37.03 7.16GALA RAGHA(POTALIYA) 9202.22 9.20 18.40 21.30 2.90GANGANAGAR 13726.61 13.73 27.45 32.58 5.13GHANSHYAM NAGAR 17862.26 17.86 35.72 38.53 2.81GULMARG 11003.47 11.00 22.01 25.60 3.59HANSOL GAM 16379.79 16.38 32.76 59.23 26.47LAXMINAGAR 12021.65 12.02 24.04 27.90 3.86MAHASUKH NAGAR 14629.36 14.63 29.26 31.75 2.49MANSHA NI MASJID 13561.49 13.56 27.12 26.00 -1.12PARKHAJI 15200.06 15.20 30.40 36.28 5.88PUMPING STATTION 12901.24 12.90 25.80 32.41 6.61RAJAVEER 15330.44 15.33 30.66 37.96 7.30RAJESH DUDH GHAR 15002.93 15.00 30.01 35.23 5.22Ravi Niketan 11947.09 11.95 23.89 31.56 7.67SAMEER SITVAN 13408.44 13.41 26.82 30.00 3.18SANTOSHI 9495.93 9.50 18.99 22.57 3.58sum 263.53 527.06 624.47 97.41 38
  39. 39. Travel Distance Vs Location 39
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  41. 41. Madhur 22.80 -6.16Madhur 22.80 -5.85Madhur 22.80 -5.85MANSHA NI MASJID 21.30 -5.82C COLONY-POTALIYA 20.95 -4.26CHIRAG DAIMOND-POTALIYA 24.84 -1.89Sum 135 -23.68
  42. 42.  (-VE) length Graph km 42
  43. 43. All vehicles are owned by AMC but are set management on contract basis.It pays 11 Rs per km to serve the purpose. and +350 Rs. For per trip.Average of optimized route is +5.26 kmDec 2011 had trips report…. 43
  44. 44. MONTHLY DAILY TYPE AVG dec 2011 TRIPS Dec.2011CONTAINER LIFTING 12809 413Average 5.26 67375 2173Average 4.12 52773 1702 0.57 14602 471AS per 11 Rs per km 160624.9 5181.447Annual cost reduced inINR. 19,27,498* *estimated 44
  45. 45.  In The project ,GIS help to reclassify the location of the bins to optimize the use of resources. Optimized route through network analysis helped to save natural resources. Trip time reduction help to serve more location effectively, with less manpower and infrastructure. GIS provided utilization of resources and reduces expenditure on fuel ,Cost benefits in this case study. It also provide decision support in case of change in system. Various indirect benefit served by analysis to restructure the collection system 45
  46. 46. GIS supported solid waste management in coastal areasH. Sarptas*, N. Alpaslan** and D. Dolgen**Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering, Buca 35160,Izmir, Turkey (E-mail: hasan.sarptas@deu.edu.tr; deniz.dolgen@deu.edu.tr)**Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Environmental Research and Developments (CEVMER), Buca 35160,Izmir, Turkey (E-mail: necdet.alpaslan@deu.edu.tr)Novel E-Gover nance Initiatives in Namakkal MunicipalityArc gis webhelpGoogle Api suppor t SWM Department Project reports Dhanvi informatics for software and technical techno-commercial Proposal for GPS based Vehicle Tracking Solution for SWM from Infinium solutions company` 46
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