Contract for 600 TPD Integrated Waste Project in Raipur, India

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Contract for 600 TPD Integrated Waste Project in Raipur, India03 September 2012

Bangalore, India based waste management company, Kivar Environ, which also specialises in managing waste water, has signed a Concession Agreement with Raipur Municipal Corporation for the implementation of Integrated City Sanitation and Municipal Solid Waste Management Project in Raipur.

The company said that the project is Design, Build, Operated, Finance and Transfer project based on Public Private Partnership (PPP) model.

Kivar Environ added that it has formed a special purpose vehicle named Raipur Waste Management Private Limited (RWMPL) to implement the Integrated City Sanitation and Municipal Solid Waste Management Project.

Under the contract RWMPL will deliver the project in two phases.  In the first phase it will provide city sanitation such as street sweeping and cleaning of drains. It will also be responsible for primary and secondary collection of waste including door-to-door collection.

According the company it will also provide secondary transportation of waste to transfer stations & processing facility, as well as deliver comprehensive Information Education and Communication (IEC) activities covering all strata of the society for effective environment management

In the second phase the company said that it will be undertaking:
  • EIA & preliminary investigations at the processing and disposal facility site
  • Design, engineering, construction, operation & maintenance of a waste processing facility with advanced technology
  • Design, engineering, construction, operation & maintenance of scientifically engineered sanitary landfill facility
  • Post closure monitoring of landfill
The company explained that its planned IEC drive will included door-to-door awareness raising and other educational efforts to promote the benefits of handling waste effectively. 

The project is expected to be capable of handling around 600 tonnes per day of municipal solid waste rising at 3% per annum.


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