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About Fusion Waste Management and Consultancy Private Limited

Fusion Waste Management and Consultancy Private Limited (FWMC) is a Socio- economic enabling organization that provides a wide range of consulting services to the public and Government organizations at the Centre, State and local levels and to the private not-for-profit organizations for supporting them in fulfilment of their organizational objectives. FWMC helps these organizations in identifying bottlenecks to their functioning and diagnosing causes constraining their functioning and in providing counter measures,  practicable recommendations and solutions. For this, FWMC has highly qualified and experienced experts and specialists who have been working on similar consultancy projects for many years. The members have worked on Government of India, UNESCO, World Bank and other bilateral and multilateral supported projects and bilateral and multilateral agencies.

Range of Services provided by FWMC

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  • Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) focused support services.
  • Material Recovery Facility management support services.
  • Composting and other processing technologies including facilities planning and management.
  • Evidenced based frameworks for Solid Waste Management (SWM) strategies and implementation support (including Life-cycle assessment and design of sustainable solid waste management strategies across the value chain of SWM).
  • Garbage and trash surveys and analytical assessments.
  • Policy formulation and infrastructure project planning and operations support across WASH/SWM segments.
  • Supporting national and international networks for multidisciplinary research and evidence based innovation promotion in WASH/SWM (through our Knowledge Partner associate-FINTRUST).
  • Circular Economy promotion and SDG goals promotion support services.
  • Faecal Sludge Management Support Services (this service range is under development).
  • Regulatory and economic impact analysis.
  • Social impact assessment.
  • Outreach, capacity building, and training.
  • Field-based programme management support encompassing the above elements.

End-to-End Solutions in Solid Waste Management

Fusion PMU has facilitated City of Chhindwara in adoption of a 4 bin waste segregation format. 4 separate bins are installed in public places vis-a-vis door to door waste collection vehicles also have separate sections for Organic, Inorganic, Medical, and Domestic hazardous waste. These are for segregated collection and transfer for effective processing and management. Special care for hazardous household waste is taken as it can be harmful to the environment, and even cause physical risks for the workers at the waste processing and material recovery facilities. Fusion team strives to combine DTDC with awareness generation and additional real time citizen engagement and feedbacks.

Encouragement of 4 bins through Community Engagement

FWMC actively engages with cities for providing wide ranging support across the entire range of solid waste management requirements. The following section contains description and representative examples of the services offered by FWMC. This includes collection and transport support, processing (setting up and operations), recycling, repurposing and disposal of waste.

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Composting and Bio-methanation

Fusion supports a wide range of composting technologies and methods including vermicomposting, open-windrow composting and anaerobic composting.  We plan for optimum design and engage in continuous process improvements customised as per the city’s requirements. Fusion is additionally planning/exploring feasibility for biomethanation with appropriate scale.

Composting is being done at the waste management facilities as well; the organic waste is processed and composted in specially developed facilities. The compost produced is distributed to farmers and also sold by the municipal corporation.

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e-Waste Management

To address the rising amount of e waste generated in cities, FWMC is exploring different methods for safe and sustainable recycling and disposal of e-waste.

Scientific Landfill

Scientific Landfills address the various risks posed by unplanned waste dumpsites. The development and maintenance of a scientific landfill requires specialized care and expertise.  Such a landfill produce a potential source of pride such as methane which can be reused for various economically beneficial purposes.

Emergent Areas

Fusion undertakes feasibility and planning along with technology partner and additionally implements and operates facilities for cities through their PMU support programme. Cognizant of the tremendous menace of plastic wastes and additional hazards of electronic wastes with their tremendous environmental damage to Mother India, Fusion is presently expanding its services to cover these segments. The strategy is to work with specialist alliance technical partners and additionally integrate with our regular support for DTDC, MRF, Dumpsite/Landfill planning and management activities and further integrate our existing awareness campaigns and initiatives.

Other Services

Planning for SWM & Waste Solutions for the City Managers

Community Engagement


FWMC provides Swachh Bharat Mission Support Services, including DTDC Support along with development, upgrading and operational management of optimal Material Recovery Facilities. Waste management services offered by Fusion PMC include Design and Implementation  of waste processing , recycling and disposal units (Composting, Biomethenation, Dumpsite Remediation, and Scientific landfill management). In the field of Community Awareness Support a wide range of services are provided ranging from social media, community engagement activities, training and awareness building workshops, special events, school and college competitions etc. We  also provide other customised support services as per the requirement of your city.

Experts: in-house networked, dedicated, empanelled and passionate about solid waste management: Select range of skill sets of FWMC drawn from experts (in-house, networked and empanelled) cover the entire range of requirements. Select skill sets drawn from members’ drawn their engagements and further supported by our Knowledge Partner (FIN India Trust)[1] are summarized below:

[1]Reference from collective CVs across the delivery platform: will be made available in response to specific-request-for proposals.

Glimpses of Skill-sets Provided to Clients through Fusion engagement & platforms
  • SWM engagements undertaken in India: over 15 o DPRs, design of Landfill sites, technology options assessment for processing, waste-to-energy assessments, composting assessments o Public-private partnerships including bid process management o Inventorisation of garbage and inventorisation of SWM assets o SWM-Project development planning and implementation for cities; including PMU support for supporting cities from end-to-end across the SWM value chain for cities

  • Management of large urban programmes including leadership positions in national and regional programmes that included SWM as key result area ( e.g.: JNNURM)

  • SBM support services specific to Madhya Pradesh: over 7 cities supported.

  • Covid sensitive support initiatives for partnering with government authorities.

  • Advising on policy, projects, institution strengthening, and governance reforms for engagements supported by World Bank, Asian Development Bank, JICA, GIZ etc.

  • National and international awards for community based sanitation improvement initiatives

  • Multi-disciplinary members: including engineers, scientists, urban planners, economists, financial experts, communication and community engagement experts, environment experts, statisticians and information specialists, materials handling, PPP design and contracting, policy and governance. etc.

  • International networks for supporting good practice sharing including promotion of technology and innovation; and also supporting branding through international events (covering special occasions with special focus on: World Toilet Day, World Water Day, World Women’s Day, and World Environment Day

  • International research & publications on SDGs and Solid Waste Management across multiple countries (SDG) with special emphasis on SWM including the Indian and Madhya Pradesh experiences.


FWMC wants to work with grassroots initiatives for effecting positive changes in the lives of deprived, underprivileged children, their families and communities. The ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ has been endorsed by our Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi, who has chartered the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (SBA), or Clean India Mission is a country-wide campaign initiated by the Government of India in 2014 to eliminate open defecation and improve solid waste management (SWM).

One of the stated objectives of SBM is to ensure door-to-door garbage collection and proper disposal of municipal solid waste in all the districts of India. Swachh Bharat citizen communities were formed subsequently to generate awareness and citizen participation.Our Constitution of India in Part A 42nd Amendment 1976 Article 51A is the only Article which spells out our duty to our country:

It shall be the duty of every citizen of India…. (g) to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wildlife and have compassion for living creatures.”

Waste is unwanted material discarded by each of us. Most of it can be useful and valuable for others. There are two main kinds of waste discarded. Organic Waste from cooked and uncooked food, fruit and flowers are natural products which decompose quickly and are called ‘Wet’ waste. Other manmade or manufactured products which are discarded are called “Dry’ wastes. These include plastics, rubber, metal, glass, cloth, paper, and packaging.Solid Waste creates many problems in the lifecycle of the mankind as these are ubiquitous in our lives and the issues posed by them are now so large that a single innovation, or even a single type of innovation, will not solve the challenge.

There is no silver bullet, new materials and new machines, new recycling techniques, new uses for recycled materials, new business models, and perhaps most importantly, citizens who are ready to form a new relationship with plastics are all needed.

We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors,
We borrow it from our children.

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