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About Waste Management

Primary aim is to develop in-situ management of wet/ organic waste transform into home-made compost and helps to reduce the wet waste load to the Municipal. Inculcate Educate & Encourage among people to adopt home composting technics & other waste management options by the way of 3-R Principle.Guidance in installation of Biogas plants, compost plant & other waste reduction options. Deal with waste transportation models from Port Blair & other Islands of A&N Islands to mainland India through authorised vendor or obtaining authorisation with concerned departments, for its onwards reuse/ processing & recycling.

  • Home composting
  • Biogas plant installation
  • Home Gardening
  • Waste transportation
  • Operation of composters
  • Chicken Waste Management
  • Fish Waste Management

Biodegradable/ Wet Waste

Wet Waste - It is a biodegradable waste and includes cooked & uncooked food, fruits,vegetable peels, flower waste & other organically decomposable waste. This waste is collected on a daily basis & can be handed over in a green bin.

  • Kitchen Waste including: tea leaves, egg shells, fruits & vegetable peels
  • Meat and Bones
  • Garden and Leaf litter, including flowers
  • Soiled paper
  • House dust after cleaning
  • Coconut shells
  • Ashes

Non-Biodegradable / Dry / Recyclable Waste

Dry Waste-It is a non-biodegradable wastes and includes paper,plastic,glass,metal,thermocole,cloth and wood. This is collected on a bi-weekly basis and sent to the Dry Waste Collection Centres.

  • Newspaper
  • Paper, books and magazines
  • Glass
  • Metal objects and wire
  • Plastics
  • Cloth Rags
  • Leather
  • Rexene
  • Wood/Furniture
  • Polystyrene/ Packaging material

Domestic Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Waste-It is waste that has substantial or potential threats to public health or the environment. Characteristic hazardous wastes are materials that are known or tested to exhibit one or more of the following hazardous traits: Ignitability, Reactivity, Corrosivity.

  • Aerosol cans
  • Batteries
  • Bleaches and household kitchen and drain
  • Cleaning agents and its container
  • Car batteries, oil filters and car care products and consumables
  • Chemicals and solvents and their container
  • Cosmetic items, chemical based insecticides and their containers
  • Paints, oils, lubricants, glues, thinners, and their container
  • Pesticides and herbicides and their container
  • Photographic audio/video tapes and their containers
  • chemicals
  • Styrofoam and soft foam packaging of furniture, packaging and equipment
  • Thermometers and mercury-containing products
  • Discarded medicine and disposable syringes