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Orientation - Training of Solid waste management January , 2011 CONCEPT NOTE

Urbanization, population growth and economic development are considered the main driving forces of solid waste management (SWM) issues in Jharkhand and especially Ranchi. These factors all together influence consumption rates that lead to accelerate waste generation and change waste components. The United Nations Economic and Social Commission in Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) reported that the solid waste in the least developed and low income developing countries of the region is characterized by high organic content ranging from 70 to 80 percent of the total waste generation. This figure shows a bright prospect to introduce recycling methods to minimize municipal solid waste generation. However, many of these local governments remain to practice traditional solid waste management that focuses on endofline solutions that are often very costly. Recognizing the need to adopt innovative strategies for sustainable solid waste management, Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra started to promote an innovative waste managemnt project namely The Clean Jharkhand Project. Through this project , NBJK addressed solid waste management issues in the entire state of Jharkhand. Through intensive research, we have identified a few alarming issues in the locality that need to be focussed on. These primarily include the management of slaughter houses and the slaughter waste hence produced and a few technological interventions(equipment and methods) that can be adopted for efficient and effective managment of salid wastes. Most of the slaughter houses in the country are service-oriented and, as such, perform only the killing and dressing of animals without an onsite solution to manage the residue/waste. The situation is even lousy in case of bovine slaughtering. Various techniques available for managing these wastes are rendering, compositing, etc. which would be discussed. The other issues that would be discussed are the technological advancements in terms of feasible techniques and the innovative methods of managing the solid wastes. OBJECTIVES
The main objective of this orientationtraining is to : i. ii. Introduce correct slaughtering practice as an important component to improve existing slaughter waste management systems in the slaughter houses Develop an avenue for the technological and hygenic interventions with respect to the solid wastes generated in the city.

A one day training session will be organized with the support of The Ranchi Municipal Corporation. Municipal authorities, Mayor, Dy. Mayor and ward counselors and members from the community will be the stakeholders of the training programme. This orientation training will be divided into two halves of the day. Detailed descriptions of each session are being popularized below :


In the first half, the session ponder upon the issue of management of slaughter houses and the wastes generated. Senario regarding the relevant socioeconomic environmental impacts would be presented. Specifically it aims to: 1. Discuss the environmental hazards and impacts of dumping slaughter waste unethically. 2. Present the correct and universally accepted slaughtering process. 3. Discuss policy measures that can be adopted by slaughter houses to manage the waste. Outcomes of this session:

All stakeholders will have a brief knowledge about the magnitude of the problem and will be well equiped with the managment of slaughter wastes and slaughter houses as a whole. Policy measures will be thereby generated.


In the second half of the day, the orientation session would emphasize of the technological inteventions that can be adopted for the management of solid wastes at the household and larger level. This would be both in terms of equipments as well as methods. Specifically it aims to:


Provide handson operations that can be adopted at household level to manage the solid waste. 2. Present the innovative processing methods that can be adopted to manage the solid waste at a larger scale. 3. Propose the latest technological advancements in terms of equipments and machinery that can be used for solid waste management. Outcomes of this session: The stakeholders would be enlighted about the solid waste management techniques used would-wide and what can be implemented in our city effectively. They will be informed about the future prospects in the field of SWM.


Sr. No. Particulars 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Venue charge Resource person allowances Resource person fee Fooding charges @ Rs.200/plate Resource material @ Rs. 200/pc. Conveyance @ Rs. 2,500 / vehicle Banners Reading material (pamphlets) Travel allowances for community people @ 100 Momentos Flowers @ Rs.150/ pc. Miscellanous (water bottles, etc.) Tea +Snacks @ Rs. 15/ plate Tent House (Tables, Dustbin, Water dispensers)

Amount (Rs.) 5,000 25,000 10,000 19,000 19,000 5,000 1,000 3,000 1,500 3,000 1,500 2,000 3,000 1,500