The Gurugram Municipal Company (MCG) has employed 4 personal businesses to take away waste from the Bandhwari landfill and set up a remedy unit on the landfill inside a month, officers stated on this regard.
The choice was taken by MCG officers in November whereas making ready an motion report back to be submitted to the Nationwide Inexperienced Tribunal (NGT) on January 15, officers stated.
The civic group has additionally prolonged the deadline for dumping waste on the Badhwari landfill until March 31, after which no extra waste can be dumped on the web site situated within the Aravallis, officers stated.
The Bandhwari landfill covers 28.5 hectares of land, of which 10 hectares can be used to arrange a waste-to-energy plant.
Gurugram dumps round 100 tonnes of waste on the Bandhwari landfill day by day. At present, the landfill holds about 2.5 million tonnes of waste and is estimated to be 38 meters excessive, MCG stated.
On December 30, a nationwide committee comprising the NGT determined to cease sending 70% of recent waste from Gurugram and 50% of waste from Faridabad from 15 February 2023 to deal with the issue of extra legacy waste being dumped in Bandhwari. determined to not. within the landfill.
A committee headed by Haryana State Air pollution Management Board (HSPCB) Chairman P Raghavendra Rao has additionally selected March 31, 2023 because the deadline for rubbish disposal at Bandhwari. The MCG additionally determined to submit a revised schedule to the NGT relating to the present rubbish disposal.
MCG Commissioner PC Meena stated 4 businesses have been confirmed and a piece order to take away the present waste from the landfill can be issued quickly. “The brand new businesses will take away and get rid of 200,000 tons of waste from landfills. The waste can be dumped on the plant and disposed of throughout the stipulated time, the commissioner stated.
The brand new establishment will first have to hold out the bioremediation of waste in Bandhwari after which the waste can be handed by means of a trommel machine to provide compost, inerting (concrete waste) and waste-derived gas (RDF),” he stated. stated.
Meena stated businesses must observe the method correctly. They should submit a certificates of destruction for which fee can be made. “I may also have a look at the certificates. Now we have set a aim to wash the landfill of heritage waste by September this 12 months,” he stated.
The MCG chief visited the Bandwari plant on Wednesday to evaluate the scenario. He stated he has instructed MCG’s concessionaire, Ecogreen Power, to hurry up the waste to power crops in order that they are going to be prepared by June 2024.
MCG Joint Commissioner Naresh Kumar stated two processing models on the landfill have been ordered to extend their each day throughput from 6,500 metric tons to 10,000 metric tons. “Now we have additionally explored contemporary websites for dumping contemporary waste in Begumpur Khatola, Daultabad and Kherki Majra villages. We plan to extend the capability of 5 materials restoration amenities (MRFs) subsequent month.”