Decentralised Waste Management System

Step towards making garbage free villages.

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) has a wide Geo-impact on living things in both Urban to Rural areas and thus has diverse challenges in managing MSW. Somehow Rural MSW has many facilities and procedures to reduce reuse and recycle the waste, but at the Rural level there is neither facility nor proper method to manage solid waste. The rural solid waste, both organic and inorganic either stays on the land damaging the soil, ecosystem and health of rural citizens and live stocks or gets transferred to urban landfills.

ZERO WASTE MANAGEMENT designed and fabricated an internationally patented Decentralised Waste Management System which is portable, means mounted on wheels so it can be taken to various rural dump yards for segregation of waste. It is the first of its kind of hybrid unit, this system will run on Off Grid Solar Power through well designed and patented solar panels fitted on the system, it also has an optional in built electric power supply system and it can also work on diesel gen-set.

Monitoring of solid waste production is the primary step in solid waste management process. To manage and monitor the process, several high-end waste monitoring technologies such as Geographic Information Systems (GISs), 4 numbers of 360 degree Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV), and Vehicle Location Tracking System (VLTS) as per CPCB guidelines for mobile communication with General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) have been installed to enhance waste collection activity and to generate real-time data reports and photo-images.

Due to its unique and patented feature of 'off grid solar supply system' on wheels, it is easy to operate without any extra cost of electricity.

Wastevoltaic technology is the use of solar photovoltaic energy generation while processing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) by Zero Waste Management Company from India.

In recent years, efforts to bioremediate and biomine legacy waste dumpsites has gained traction. The Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 has given a clear mandate to all Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in India to complete remediation of their existing dumpsites by 2023 (for cities with less than 10 lakh population) and by 2024 (for cities with more than 10 lakh population) in compliance with environmentally sustainable methods.

The country is, therefore, going to take up this massive challenge to remediate millions of tonnes of legacy waste in next two-three years. The technical capacity of the ULBs and other stakeholders would play a pivotal role in remediation of more than 3,000 dumpsites that are holding over 1,300 million tonne of legacy waste and occupying more than 10,000 hectare of precious urban land, and to ensure that such dumpsites are not reborn ever.

The process of bioremediation would also involve gainful utilization of the extracted fractions of legacy waste and its scientific disposal, as well as re-utilisation of the reclaimed land.

Compatible with Municipal Solid Waste.

Wastevoltaic provides an effective, efficient and innovative solution to the legacy dump sites through the creation of synergies between Municipal Solid Waste and renewable energies and while promoting sustainable rural and urban development and the protection of biodiversity and the ecosystem.

Decentralised Waste Management System