Waste Management Policy

Management of various types of degradable and non-degradable


It is crucial to manage different kinds of garbage, both biodegradable and non-biodegradable, for the sake of public health, the environment, and the sustainable use of resources. Waste reduction, resource conservation, pollution prevention, public health protection, climate change mitigation, regulatory compliance, community engagement, innovation and technology, waste separation and recycling, extended producer responsibility, waste auditing and data collection, circular economy, social and economic benefits, etc. are some of the general goals of waste management. These goals may vary depending on the specific type of waste. 

Trash management goals must to consider the distinct qualities of both biodegradable and non-biodegradable trash, in addition to local and regional priorities and conditions. A healthier and more robust society, as well as resource conservation and environmental sustainability, are all facilitated by efficient waste management.

Practice :

  1. Degradable waste is being picked by BMC cleaning helpers on daily basis
  2. Two types of Large-sized Dustbins are being maintained by ADK. One for Wet waste and another for Dry waste.
  3. E-waste is being discarded on annual basis as scrape.
  4. Medical waste is discarded in wet waste with proper labelling (red dot).
  5. To create a methodical waste management system.