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About SWM at rohinga camp.How about solid management & community engagement? How to are people empowered through community groups? How about the waste—compost production? Vegetation & grading. Method of composting, learnings, composting recommendations. Learnings of reuse recycle—contribution of cost.

About SWM at rohinga camp.How about solid management & community engagement? How to are people empowered through community groups? How about the waste—compost production? Vegetation & grading. Method of composting, learnings, composting recommendations. Learnings of reuse recycle—contribution of cost.

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Solid Waste Management Bangladesh Rohinga camp.ppt

  1. 1. Solid Waste Management Camp 2west Society For Health Extension And Development WELCOMETO OUR PRESENTATION
  2. 2. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y SHED operates a full chain SWM system in camp 2 west covering 5525 households. It is a door-to-door collection system. Segregated waste is collected from households and shops, afterwards, they are taken to the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) where final segregation, weighting, and composting is done. This system is operated by 24 collection volunteers, 6 Material Recovery Facility (MRF) volunteers, and 1 MRF operator operational logistics. Include half-cut drums for organic collection, large bags or sacs for inorganic waste collection, sandbags for brown waste collection, and also used hand trolleys, or wheelbarrows.Thecollectionistakenplacemanually. 2 About Us
  3. 3. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Basic Information 3 camp 2 west Area Of Coverage Block # 4(A,B,C,&D) #09 Cluster Target of population Total HH Covered #5525 Total Population Covered # 24530
  4. 4. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y In January,2022 Box Composting SHEDWaSH Started to operating this MRF Unit. 4 Resource Tools Collection Wheelbarrow #07 half-cut drums #24 Shredding Machine Temperature & Moisture meter Manpower National Staff#01 Collection Volunteer #24 MRFVolunteer #06
  5. 5. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y ExistingPlanforMRFOperation 5 ExistingManagementPlanForCollection Community Engagement Community sensitization Ensure the use of separate bin for segregated waste Community Mobilization DoorTo Door Collection Door to Door Collection Carrying to MRF Final Segregation Organic Waste For Composting Compost Production Compost Distribution In-Organic plastic & polyethylene Send to land fill site Recyclable send to scrap dealer Inert Safely dispose Brown waste
  6. 6. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Communitysensitization » At the CIC office, in the presence of CIC, community leaders, imams, and block majhis are informed about door-to-door waste collection and waste segregation at the household level and their cooperation is sought. » Consultation meeting conducted with community leader, Imam & community people for rising their awareness. By main block WASH committee meeting conducted, majhi block committee meeting conducted.  To create community sensitization SHED Formed  04WASH management committee  47 Majhi BlockWASH Committee.  766 WASH User Group. 6 » The community members are being shown how to separate waste into red and green bins by conducting meaningful hygiene promotion. How and where to store and disposed of waste after segregation.
  7. 7. Community mobilization and engagement » The community groups are involved to increase their awareness about waste management,visited HH .The group members shown the process for waste segregation & store. » To create awareness of the garbage management community user group, WASH committee motivates the community people through community preparation and bringing allies together to share information and communication support them, provide facilities and generate unity.
  8. 8. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y 8 DoortoDoorwastecollection CommunitypeoplearegivingwastetotheCollectors.
  9. 9. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y CollectedwastecarryingtotheMRFunit
  10. 10. Every waste collected from the block is being weighted at the MRF so that easily can calculate the waste generated per day per household. Waste collection monitoring tool (log sheet) is used to monitor the incoming waste on daily basis.
  11. 11.  MRF volunteers segregate the incoming waste into degradable, recyclable, disposable portions. Dumped the degradable into the box chamber & store the remaining categories of waste.
  12. 12. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y MRFWasteReceived 12 Month Organic (kg) In Organic (kg) Total (kg) January 21762 5211 26973 February 21605 7063 28668 March 27040 8129 35169 April 29410 6407 35817 May 25301 7523 33824 June 28069 7936 36005 July 17269 7971 25240 Total 170456 50240 220696
  13. 13. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y MethodOf Composting 13
  14. 14. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Forthequalityfertilizer,regularlycheckedthetemperature&moistureinthe compostingchamber. 14
  15. 15. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Thefinalprocessof Fertilizer After 45-65days thematerialin the piles willhavea color likedarkgray,then the compost are collectedfromtheboxformaturing. • After the maturating screened of the compost for finer compost. • Use a covered area for maturing to keep the compost away from rain or direct sunlight. • Compost is packed into bags that are waterproofed but permeable to air only just before distribution. • The final product of compost is used for agriculture, gardening, and vegetation.
  16. 16.  Monitor moisture & Distribution to the community people.
  17. 17. RECOMMENDATIONS Monitor temperature to maintain an active compost cycle. Monitor moisture. For Ventilate the shuffle every 2 weeks. Good ratio of Carbon and Nitrogen waste (2:1 brown/green). The workers must wear protective clothing while managing waste in the compost plant. Workers should wash hands after managing waste.
  18. 18. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y MRFCompostProduction&Distribution 18 Month Production Distribution To Host Community (kg) Distribution To refugee camps (Kg) Total Distribution January 580 0 210 210 February 785 0 359 359 March 643 40 470 510 April 548 150 311 461 May 455 240 516 756 June 1288 40 1774 1814 July 1106 0 976 976 Total 5405 470 4616 5086
  19. 19. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Outputorcommunitylevelimpact 19
  20. 20. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Collection&MRFMaintenanceCost #number of volunteers/staffs Working Day Per day Payment Gross Payment Remarks Collection 24 26 277 81120 Volunteer will spend 3 hours daily for waste collection(8:30AM to 11:30 AM) MRF Operation 06 26 277 43200 Full time Register & MRF operator 01 26 - 25562 20 Purpose Unit Unit Cost Total Cost Remarks Repairing & operational material's Repairing & transportation cost for landfill, PPE for Volunteer Per/month 15000 15000 GrandTotal In BDT 164882
  21. 21. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Inorganicwastesaresenttothelandfillsarea 21 Month Sent To landfill (kg) January 7065 February 3305 March 9184 April 9965 May 5030 June 7200 July 14717 Total 56466
  22. 22. BEST FOR You O R G A N I C S C O M P A N Y Challenges » The maturation/drying of waste during the rainy season. » Still 37% of Households are not segregating waste. » 100% of the households are not giving waste to the collectors. » Frequent volunteer drop out. ObservationsOf SWM Learnings » SWM can easily to made successful by increasing the awareness of responsibility in the community by increasing the leadership. They are motivated to do this because they get more messages from consultation meetings, wash committee meetings, majhi block wash committee meetings. Learning is that Solid Waste Management (SWM) will be more effective for the smooth functioning through community engagement and empowerment. » Community people are aware about the compost production and process through SWM system at MRF sites. From the MRF site community people can received compost for vegetation or plantation at their houses nearest area. Learning is Garbage can be used to produce community nutrients. 22
  23. 23. Thank You +88 03426-75144 shedteknaf@yahoo.com www.shedbd.org Society For Health Extension And Development

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