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[Module 2] Rules and Guidelines. Rules and Guidelines. Waste management an handling rules. MSW Bye-Laws. Responsibilities in MSW. Service Level Benchmarks. Analysis of compliance with MSW Rules. Stakeholders in MSWM. Waste Management and Handling Rules - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Waste Management and Handling RulesWhat is their relevance for ULBs?MSW RulesBio-medical Waste RulesPlastic Waste RulesHazardous Waste RulesE-Waste Rules3ULB responsible for implementation of MSWM annual reportingULB for non-biomedical and treated bio-med waste from hospitalsULB should ensure segregation of bio-med waste mixed in MSWULB to handle PW mixed in MSWULB to set up collection centresULB to stop open burning of plasticULB should ensure segregation and safe handling of HW mixed in SWMULB to ensure orphaned products and e-waste mixed under MSW is collected / segregated and channelized Module 2: BasicsBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines34MSW (M&H) Rules (2000)Roles and responsibilitiesWaste management chaincollectionstop littering of streets and public placeswaste collection schedulesegregationawareness raisingpromotion of reuse and recyclingpromotion of public participationstoragecommunity storage facilitiestransportationtransportation in covered vehiclesprocessingminimization of disposaldisposalonly inert waste to be disposed no disposal of mixed wasteresponsibilities for disposalstandardsMunicipalityimplementation of waste management and related infrastructurecompliance with MSW Rulesannual reportingaccident reportingState Governments & Union Territory Administrationsenforcement of MSW Rules and provisions (State / District)annual reportingSPCBs and Committeesgranting of authorization and monitoring of compliance of treatment facilities and landfillsCPCBco-ordinate implementation and review of standards, guidelines and monitoringconsolidated annual review reportCitizenssegregation of waste at sourceavoid littering of streetsdelivery of wastes according to notified systemModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines45Bio-medical Waste RulesULB: training of waste workersTreatment and disposalyellow containers - incinerationhuman anatomical wasteanimal wastemicrobiological and biotechnology wasteitems contaminated with blood or bloody fluidsred containers autoclave, microwave, chemical treatmentmicrobiological and biotechnology wasteitems contaminated with blood or bloody fluidssolid waste excluding sharpsblue / white - autoclave, microwave, chemical treatment plus shreddingwaste sharpssolid waste excluding sharpsblack disposal in secure landfilldiscarded medicines and cytotoxic drugsincineration ashsolid chemical wastebe able to recognize biomedical wasteknow the color codes used for biomedical waste;know that they should not handle such waste by themselvescontact their supervisor immediately know what to do in case a worker is injured by biomedical waste itemsULB: supervisorsbe able to recognize biomedical wasteknow the color codes used for biomedical waste;know what to do in case BM-waste being found in MSWknow what to do in case a worker is injured by biomedical waste itemsbeing able to provide guidance to workersModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines56Plastic Waste RulesRoles and responsibilities of the Municipalitysetting up and implementation of waste managementensure safe collection, storage, segregation, transportation, processing and disposal of plastic wasteensure environmentally safe processensure channelization of plastic waste to recyclerscreate awareness amongst stakeholdersengage agencies active in the sectorban open burning of plastic waste

setting up of plastic waste collection centersapply Extended Producers Responsibility, approach producers for financing

safe disposal of residues from recycling process

incorporate Plastic Waste Rules in urban bye-laws

play an active role reuse of plastic wasteModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines67Hazardous Waste RulesWaste management chainsegregationawareness raising amongst waste generators and workersensure segregation of HW from MSWcollection and storageprovide collection of HW from households and other generators served by MSWMprovide proper temporary storage facilitiesfurther handlingensure proper transfer of collected HW to an authorized body for transportation, treatment and disposalULB: training of waste workersbe able to recognize hazardous wastebe aware of hazardous characteristics as corrosiveness, explosiveness etc.know how to segregate and store HW mixed in MSWknow what to do in case a worker is injured by HW itemsbe able to inform waste generators on handling of HW in households etc.ULB: supervisorssame as workersensure proper handling after HW is segregated from MSWModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines78E-Waste Rules - StakeholdersCollection centersProducersRecyclersDismantlers(Bulk) ConsumersULBscollection of waste during productionEPR end of life waste of their productscontribute to setting up of collection centersfinancing and organizing e-waste managementcommunicate system to consumersawareness buildingmonitor, record and report e-waste managementobtain authorizationensure channeling to collection centersbulk consumers maintain records of e-waste generatedensure proper storage of collected e-wasteensure no damage is caused to the environment during storage and transportobtain authorizationreporting and recordsobtain authorizationensure proper dismantling process (OHS & environment)ensure no damage is caused to the environment during storage and transportensure facility is in accordance with standardsensure segregation, recycling, treatment and disposal of dismantled partsreporting and recordsobtain authorizationensure process is in accordance with standardsensure proper management of residues, e.g. HWreporting and recordsensure segregation of e-waste mixed to MSWensure orphaned products and e-waste mixed under MSW are channelized to collection centerstrain their workers and supervisory staffpromote and support setting up of collection centersModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines830Activity: Stakeholders in MSWM roles and responsibilitiesMSWM is a joint undertaking of numerous authorities, institutions, groups and private sector organizations.

The stakeholder landscape provides a simplified graphical overview of key stakeholders, their function in the system, and their importance.

Construction of a stakeholder landscape for MSWM in your city is the task of this group work. Module 2: ActivitiesBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines30What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?11Dumping and litteringdesignated areas for litteringbanning of burningdeclaration of waste free zonesbanning of dumping and litteringresponsibility of owners and occupantsModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines11What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?12Waste generationnew occupiers responsible to inform ULBgenerators obliged to use and pay for municipal servicesspecified segregation of waste generator responsible for proper storagegenerators obliged to use bio-degradablehazardous waste generated from households / establishmentsbio-medical waste from householdsCDWbulk garden and horticulture waste including recyclable tree trimmingsall other non-bio-degradable waste including recyclable and non-recyclable wastedaily sweeping of streets and public spacesModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines12What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?13Storage of waste at sourcegenerators have to deliver segregated fractions to collection servicesprovision of appropriate temporary storage facilities for segregated waste in case door-to door collection not possiblegenerators have to keep wastes segregatedfurnishing and maintenance of community bins / temporary storage facilities duty of the holdersModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines13What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?14Collection of wasteULB to collect user chargeslocal helpline for collection of CDWkeep waste segregated during collectionULB to arrange daily collectionperiodical collection of HW and BMW from householdsModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines14What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?15From temporary storage to disposalregular daily transport from temporary storage to treatment facilitysuitable resource recovery and treatment facilitiesfreedom of choice of technologysufficient and well maintained temporary storage capacities construction and operation of scientific disposalModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines15What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?16ManagementOHS of sanitation workersMIS for MSWMMake best use of recycling sectorCity Sanitation Task Forcepromotion of 3R and use of recycled / reused itemscost coverageContract service providersModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies M2: Rules and Guidelines16What can be regulated in a local Bye-Law for MSW?17Subsidiarity(treatment and disposal)on request of ULB next higher level can allocate land outside ULBDevelopment and MAster PLans to allocate suitable landState Government may direct smaller ULBs to enter regional agreementULB responsible to allocate land for treatment and disposalModule 2: ExtrasBasic training on Municipal Solid Waste Managementfor Urban Local Bodies

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