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State government committed to fulfill the vision of clean Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

State government committed to fulfill the vision of clean Chhattisgarh: Mr. Bhupesh Baghel

Chief Minister inaugurates e-locking of Chhattisgarh's largest solid waste processing plant in Sakri, capital Raipur

Daily 500 tons of waste will be disposed of in the plant by scientific method

Compost will be made from waste, auxiliary fuel will be available for cement factories

127 crore has been prepared in the project costing about Rs 197 crores. Large solid waste processing plant

Raipur's environment will be better: work on PPP mode

6 MW power generation plan also proposed in the project

The Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated a large solid waste processing plant of Chhattisgarh constructed by Raipur Municipal Corporation through video conferencing from his Raipur residence office. At the press of a button, the Chief Minister dedicated to the public a plant built at a cost of about 127 crores in village Sakri. Daily 500 tons of waste will be disposed of scientifically in this largest solid waste processing plant in Chhattisgarh. The cost of this entire project is Rs 197 crores. This plant will operate on PP model. The plant will produce manure from waste and will also provide subsidized fuel for cement factories. 6 MW power generation is also proposed in this plant. Municipal Corporation Raipur and New Delhi's MSW Solution Limited are working together on this 15-year project. The project provides for the collection, transportation, processing and disposal of door-to-door waste from every home and shop.

While inaugurating the inauguration program, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that Rani Durgavati, on her sacrifice day, said that Chhattisgarh's largest solid waste management plant in Raipur Municipal Corporation area is being dedicated to the public today. The plant will have 500 tons of waste disposed of daily. After the release of this plant, Chhattisgarh will become the first state in India where 100% disposal of waste emitted in a city will be done scientifically. Mr. Baghel said that 1600 tonnes of waste is disposed of daily through Integrated Solid Waste Management System in Raipur and Bilaspur cities of Chhattisgarh and Mission Clean City and Sanitation Councils in remaining urban bodies. The state government is committed to scientific disposal of waste in all cities, fulfilling the vision of clean Chhattisgarh. He said that during the Corona crisis, citizens, public representatives and employees in the cities along with the village performed their duties well, but the danger has not yet been avoided, caution is still necessary. Cleaning of drains and drains is necessary along with the rainy season. For this purpose, the state government is working in urban areas on priority. The state government is working on the Pauni Pasari scheme, giving lease to the urban poor, regularization of old leases and giving ownership. All of you have taken an important step for cleanliness in the urban area of ​​Chhattisgarh. Congratulations and best wishes to all the employees who are engaged in this work.


On the occasion, Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Mr. Ravindra Chaubey, Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shiv Kumar Dahria, Rajya Sabha MP Mrs. Chhaya Verma, Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Circle, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrata Sahu, Secretary Mr. Siddharth Komal Singh Pardeshi and Urban Administration Department Secretary Mrs. Alarmel Mangai D. Senior officials and Lok Sabha MP Mr. Sunil Soni, MLA, Satyanarayana Sharma, Development at the plant site of Sakri. Upadhyay, Mayor of Municipal Corporation Raipur, Mr. Ejaz Dhebar, Chairman Mr. Pramod Dubey, MIC Member Food Mr. Nagabhushan Rao and many councilors of Municipal Corporation, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Raipur, Mr. Saurabh Kumar and many officials and employees were present.
    Given the need for a centralized system to keep the capital city of Raipur clean and under the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016 and the directions of the NGT, the municipal corporation Raipur and Delhi's MSW Solution Ltd. to improve the city's sanitation system The contract was signed on 22 February 2018 for the implementation of the Integrated Solid Waste Scheme. In which the organization will do door-to-door garbage collection transportation and waste processing and disposal from every residential and commercial institutions. It is the largest plant in Chhattisgarh, in which 500 tons of waste will be disposed of per day. The large plantations made to prevent environmental pollution in the plant premises are making the environment clean and beautiful. This plant will rid the city of the problem of waste. With the establishment of the processing plant, the cleanliness ranking of Raipur city will be improved in the cleanliness survey under the Swachh Bharat Mission campaign. The scientific method of waste processing will control pollution. Publicity of garbage collection from homes and shops through vehicles engaged in door-to-door collection as well as hygiene message slogans from the speakers on the vehicle and Munadi messages like prevention of diseases like jaundice, dengue, malaria and other information- Dissemination is also done. The duration of this project will be 15 years and work on PPP mode.
    20 crore rupees are being provided in a phased manner by the government on the entire project. The organization has started work in the city from 14 April 2018. In the current situation, door to door garbage collection transportation is being done by the institution from all the 70 wards. In this work, 220 Tata S carts, 29 portable compactors and 6 hook lifters, 4 refuse compactors, 6 tippers, 2 JCBs have been installed in the company. All door-to-door vehicles arrive at the 9 transfer station and empty the car in a portable compactor located there. Which are then transported to the processing plant Sakri with the help of a large hook lifter. Along with this, 67 acres of land has also been given to the company under a 15-year land lease agreement. The processing plant and scientific landfill were duly executed by the institution as per the project. In this processing plant, 75 mm2 trammel, two trammeles of 25 mm and 2 trammel of 4 mm are installed under a large size shed. Which is the tripping floor. The collected waste will be separated by putting it in the trammel with the help of lift machine, RDF from dry waste of more than 75 mm will be made and sent to the cement factory.
    The wet waste segregated in the trammel will be stored in the window. Where heaps will be made and kept for composting for 28 days. In which moisture and temperature will be ensured, which will speed up the process of compost. The wet waste will then be processed into a 25 mm and 4 mm trammel and eventually the final product in the form of manure. Fertilizer products will be prepared and sold to various fertilizer companies in the name of Ram's power. This manure can also be sold to nearby farmers for gardening and farming.
    The RDF emanating from this processing plant will be around 300 MT per day. Which will be used as auxiliary fuel in the cement factory or other industrial institutions contracted by the institution. After this processing work, about 15 to 20 percent of the waste waste left unused will be collected in the scientific land and will be executed according to the scientific method. The treated wastewater from the waste to the leachate treatment plant will be used for horticulture and green belt machinery and floor washing within the plant premises. In this scheme, a provision of 6 MW power generation plant has also been made to generate power in solid waste. This will be Chhattisgarh's first solid waste-to-power generating plant.


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