The Chief Secretary (CS), Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta Friday coordinated the Housing and Urban Development Department (H&UDD) to guarantee 100% Door-To-Door assortment of strong waste across all towns and urban areas of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) by October second this year.

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He said this while leading the eighth gathering of State Level Apex Committee (SLAC) on Swachh Bharat Mission-Urban (SBM-U) and audited the working of strong waste administration framework under the plan.

It was educated that under the Swachh Bharat Mission, endeavors are being made towards logical removal of strong waste through logical strong waste administration, powerful IEC exercises for achieving a conduct change, and different limit building measures. At present, 100% Door-to-Door collection of strong waste is being done in 984 wards with 100% source isolation is 178 wards.

It was educated that according to the endorsed activity plans for 76 ULBs and Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), the Department is embraced decentralized strong waste administration through committed source isolation, house to house assortment, essential and optional transportation, halfway waste stockpiling, logical preparing, and last removal according to Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016.

Further, Municipal Committees of Pahalgam and Gulmarg have set up preparing plants with auto-composters and attractive disintegrators to measure bio-degradable and non-biodegradable squanders, separately.

In addition, JMC is setting up a 350 TPD strong waste preparing plant at Jammu as a team with National Agriculture Corporative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED). JMC has likewise settled incorporated strong waste administration office at Bandurakh with the limit of 125 TPD for 26 metropolitan wards, additionally, attempted bio-remediation of 1,25,000 MTs of inheritance squander from Bhagwati Nagar unloading site.

Likewise, Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) is setting up a waste-to-energy plant with a limit of 625 MTPD squander handling and 5MW energy age at Achan, Srinagar.

The Apex Committee supported the activity plan of strong waste administration for SMC for Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) offices at an expected expense of Rs. 529.75 crore over the course of the following five years. The Committee likewise supported the reexamined strong waste administration activity plan worth Rs. 415.21 crore for JMC.

The new idea of decentralized waste administration depends on the logical isolation of wet and dry waste at the family level followed by house to house squander assortment and transportation to squander the board communities. The isolated waste is proposed to be fittingly discarded and reused on logical lines with linkages for producing non-customary sustainable power as Compressed Natural Gas.

Eswachh has developed a unique platform ( Waste Collection management System WCMS)for ULBs and BWGs to get their door-to-door collection in place. This is a Mobile-based platform with which the waste collectors work on their mobiles and mark the Collection status and the segregation status of every household. Once the Door-To-Door Collection is over the ULB will be able to identify the household that are not giving segregated waste. The IEC activity can be done for those households.
Eswachh Platform promises the segregation to reach 95% in first 45 days of implementation of their platfrom.

Eswachh Is into Decentralised wet waste computing services. Eswachh has developed a Unique serum which is a combination of Anaerobic and Aerobic bacteria, With the help of this serum the wet waste can be converted to high-grade compost in Record 15 Days with any foul odour. Eswachh works with Urban Local Bodies ULBs on multiple business models ( Turnkey, Service Fess, Serum Sales, Consultancy).
We at Eswachh are happy to solve the problem of waste as for us it means wealth.

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