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Waste Recycling

When it comes to avoiding a pile up at a landfill, FWMC leaves no stone unturned. It is our determination to reduce and reuse as much waste as we can. We have been authorisation by the KMC for the collection, storage, dismantling and recycling of:

Door to Door Collection

Regular DTDC Vehicles collects wet, dry and hazardous waste separately. collected form households are treated as domestic hazardous waste and are wrapped up in separate wrapper without mixing it with the normal household waste .

Extensive Documentation

A key strategy under SBM is behavior change communication to ensure that sanitation as an issue is mainstreamed with the general public at large and should cover issues of open defecation, prevention of manual scavenging, hygiene practices, proper use and maintenance of toilet facilities.

Trenching Ground Remediation

A key strategy under SBM is behavior change communication to ensure that sanitation as an issue is mainstreamed with the general public at large and should cover issues of open defecation, prevention of manual scavenging, hygiene practices, proper use and maintenance of toilet facilities.

High Level Meeting

Shri Himanshu Singh, Commissioner, Khandwa Municipal Corporartion conducted three important meetings, first at Dadaji Dham with trustees for selling compost in market and amount being given to SHG women working over there, second with ‘Mission Green Khandwa’ team members for second innovation at Khandwa, third was at trenching ground by carrying out inspection of activities undertaken so far

MIS Updation

The MIS for the month of February was updated successfully and all the necessary information was filled in fair and comprehensive way.

swachh Bharat Abhiyan Khandwa

Dadaji Dham – Plastic Free Zone

Composting at Dadaji Dham began from October 15th, 2019 with the intent of distributing organic compost among devotees on special occasions in Dadaji Dham. Though, creating organic compost is a very simple process, but lot of necessary precautions and measures needs to be adopted while composting. It begins with assembling flowers and segregating them properly, creating first layer of base with cow’s dung and mud, then spreading flowers in the pit and mixing them with first layer and regularly spraying it with water and repeating this process twice or thrice for healthy composting.

‘Pushp Ki Abhilasha Vaahan’

“cleanliness is next to godliness.”

The success and accolades received at Dadaji Dham for producing compost from flower waste allowed us to replicate the model by collecting flowers offered in temples, mosques and gurudwaras to a common collection centre. The flowers are now being collected by ‘Pushp Ki Abhilasha Vaahan’ (vehicle to collect flower) from different temples, mosques and gurudwaras, sorted and unloaded into compost pits with the mixture of mud and cow dung for composting. The process of composting is then like that of composting at Dadaji Dham. A separate vehicle collecting organic waste from slaughterhouse was also flagged off. Both the vehicles were flagged off by Collector, Ms. Tanvi Sundriyal and Commissioner, Mr. Himanshu Singh on March 18th 2020 from Nagar Nigam Khandwa headquarters.

Trenching Ground

With the intent of converting trenching ground into a golf course for citizens of Khandwa, many a significant changes have been made at the ground level on trenching ground, trommel machine has been setup for processing waste at trenching ground, MRF facility for segregating dry waste has been setup, twenty one (21) pits have been constructed for decomposing wet collected from all six (6) zones, biogas plant has been setup and also landfill has been constructed.

When you refuse to reuse it’s our Earth you abuse.

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