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SEGREGATION OF GARBAGE AT SOURCE,

i.e. every household segregates the waste produced at their home

INTO DRY AND WET. EXAMPLE


DRY GARBAGE

i.e. Non-organic,

Recyclable,

Reusable or miscellaneous

Waste includes-

Plastics, Metal

Coconut shell

Thermacol, foam

Rexene, Battery cells, Paper, Cloth

Rubber, Bulbs….etc


WET GARBAGE

i.e. Organic or Natural

waste includes

Vegetable waste

Food waste

Garden waste

Wood pieces

Hair/nails

Egg shells

Bones, flesh, used cotton… etc


TRANSFORMING GARBAGE INTO

FERITLE MANURE IN A SIMPLE WAY
HOME COMPOSTING – STEP BY STEP


AKeep two bins/buckets in your kitchen, one for wet garbage and other for dry garbage.

AAll dry items (papers, metals, glass pieces, plastic etc) put it in the bin meant for dry garbage.

AAll kitchen waste (left out food, vegetable/fruit peels, used tea powder, fish/meat bones etc) put it in the bin meant for wet garbage.

A Daily shift the contents of wet garbage to a bigger vessel kept on the terrace, balcony, garden, courtyard etc. This vessel must have a few outlets at the bottom (or a tap) for the watery substance to flow out.

A Day by day the waste keeps decomposing reducing its volume

AWhen the first drum gets nearly filled, use the second drum to put the fresh garbage produced and so on

A When the garbage of the previous vessel turns blackish, it may be used for your garden.

A Liquids also may be sprayed for faster decomposition and prevention of foul smell

[in a village set up the wet waste is simply buried in the soil. A good example of nature’s wealth going back to nature]

Note:


Mentioned above is the simple method which can be followed by individual households. To handle the wet waste in a bigger scale, say housing society level, there are experts who can give professional training on composting.









HERE ARE SOME OF COMPANIES, NGOs & INDIVIDUALS FROM VARIOUS INDIAN CITIES WHO MAY BE CONTACTED FOR TRAINING/GUIDANCE ON WASTE MANAGEMENT (list not exhaustive)



Bangalore



►Waste Wise Trust,C/O Mythri Sarva Seva Samithi,51/2, 5th Main, 3rd 'A' Cross, OMBR Layout, Lal Bahadur Nagar, Bengaluru - 560 043,INDIA.   Phone:91 80 2545 9363 / 64, Website: www.wwt.co.in, Email: wastewisetrust@gmail.com

►Poonam Kasturi: dailydumpcompost@gmail.com

►Devendra Goyal - +91-9845364203; email – janusisolutions@yahoo.com

Bhopal

International Institute of Waste Management (IIWM),Samaj Sewa Nyas Building, E-8,Extension, Arera Colony, Bhopal,Tel:0755-2422360, Email: iiwmbpl@gmail.com,iiwmmpl@iiwm.in

►Narendra Jindal – Mob. 09869461942; email: narendrajindal48@yahoo.co.in


Gujarat

Urban Management Centre (UMC), 3rd Floor, AUDA Building, Usmanpura, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad  380 014.Gujarat; 079-27546403/ 5303/ 1599, Email: info@umcasia.org

Goa

Green Goa Works, Letcia Apartments, Khorlim, Mapuca, Goa. Tel: 2255217.

Kerala


BIOTECH HEAD OFFICE – Thiruvananthapuram. (location)
PB No. 520, MP Appan Road, Vazhuthacaud, Thycad P.O, Thiruvananthapuram (Dist). PIN – 695014, Kerala, +91-471-2331909, 2321909, 2332179 Fax :-91-471-2332179, Email : biotechindia@eth.net

Mumbai and

Navi Mumbai



Bandra: Denzil Rego +91 9221472472, www.helm.org.in

Chembur: Stree Mukti Sanghatana (SMS). Chembur: 25297198, email:smsmum@vsnl.com

Dadar: Stree Mukti Sanghatana (SMS). Tel. No. 24174381 (Dadar), email:smsmum@vsnl.com

Govandi: Stree Mukti Sanghatana (SMS). Govandi: 65745835/65745840, email:smsmum@vsnl.com

Kandivli: GARBAGE CONCERN: Email – francinpinto@gmail.com, Tel.02228680636/9820702096/9892027518.


Mahim: Dr Emmanuel D’Silva, Environmental Scientist: Email – ehdsilva@yahoo.com

Mumbai BMC: Subhash Patil, Officer on Special Duty: 9322835712; Seema Redkar, Community Development Officer, BMC: 9820165156; Raj Kumar Sharma: 9820989310 ; Email - almanac.rks@gmail.com

Navi Mumbai: Vani S. Karnik – Email – sridharkarnik@gmail.com, Tel. 27526668, 9819934022; GEM Resource Team – Douglas Menezes – Mob. 9004082825; Vidip Jatia – Email – vidipjatia@hotmail.com


Noida

Ecowise Waste Management Pvt Ltd, C-27/98, Sec. 41, Noida, UP

Tel: 0120-2500614, 9811177864,9953644092; Email: info@eco-wise.info

Website: www.eco-wise.info


Pune

ARTI’ web site: http://www.arti-india.org/ EMAIL : contact@arti-india.org:

TELEPHONES: 91-20-24390348 / 24392284, 91-20-24390348



Devendra Goyal – janusisolutions@yahoo.com

Tamilnadu



Mr. G.Vasudeo, Secretary, Vivekananda Kendra – NARDEP, Kanyakumari – 629 702, Tamil Nadu, email: vknardep@gmail.com, website: vknardep.org, phone 04652- 246296 (office).

JDR Ecoclean Pvt Ltd, 326 patel road, Coimbatore 641009, Tamil Nadu, Tel: 04223296558; Fax: 04224379459, http://www.ecoclean.in


Walk the talk

Sandeep Deshpande, MNS corporator, Dadar (Ward No 185)

While the BMC has unsuccessfully tried to get housing societies to segregate garbage into wet and dry, Deshpande, a first-time MNS corporator has successfully roped in housing societies in his ward to segregate garbage. Eighty-seven societies have become








part of Deshpande's garbage segregation project.

Deshpande has also got a small plot sanctioned from the BMC where a pit has been dug. All wet waste from the societies is dumped here and is later converted into compost manure. "It took me some time to convince people about the project. I went door-to-door and spoke to the residents, telling them about the advantages of garbage segregation. The project is set and soon we will get compost manure, which we plan to use in local gardens.

Courtesy: Mumbai Mirror






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