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Underground Garbage Bins

Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is considering installing underground garbage bins in the city. To begin the project with, the civic body has identified four locations — Vasantrao Naik Marg opposite Dhobi Ghat, L Jagmohandas Marg near Napeansea House and ... Read More »

‘Muck special’ trains to collect garbage daily

Mumbai: The railway administration has decided to run ‘muck special’ trains on a daily basis to collect garbage lying along the tracks. According to the officials, while the Central Railway runs four ‘muck special’ trains between CSMT and Kalyan stations, ... Read More »

Mahindra Group joins BMC against plastic pollution

As a part of its sustainability efforts, the Mahindra Group, in collaboration with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, has undertaken a drive to build awareness about the impact of plastic and collect plastic waste. Mahindra educated the local communities about plastic pollution. ... Read More »

BMC preparing for monsoon

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to depute ward officials to get roadside and minor storm water drains cleaned before monsoon. The Corporation failed to receive favourable response to the tenders posted four times in the past year to appoint ... Read More »

Deonar WTE plant delayed

The Deonar waste to energy plan is likely to be by another three years, according to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Deonar is the biggest waste receiver in the State. Of the 9,500 metric tonnes of waste that the city generates, Deonar receives ... Read More »

Total segregation

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has decided to take its fight for waste segregation to the source. BMC has decided to enforce 100% at source segregation from July onwards; failure to comply will lead to fines. After two failed attempts in ... Read More »

BMC scheme to keep city slums clean

In order to ensure better garbage collection services in slums, the civic standing committee has passed the resolution for a new garbage collection scheme for the city’s slums. The new scheme, Swachcha Mumbai Prabodhan Abhiyan, will replace the old one ... Read More »

Garbage chutes to keep house gullies clean

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation will be installing garbage chutes in 12 buildings which are located in inaccessible gullies. The civic body has chosen D-ward which includes Gaodevi, Bhuleshwar and Girgaum for the project. A joint inspection by local corporator Surendra ... Read More »

UV resistant garbage bin from Time Technoplast

Time Technoplast Ltd has launched 240 Dumpo Dome Lid garbage bins 240lt capacity with attributes like corrosion free, high resistance to UV radiation and acid. Technoplast will be showcasing the garbage bin at Clean India Show 2012. The Dumpo Dome ... Read More »

More Bucher sweepers for Mumbai

In order to encourage mechanized sweeping, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has renewed the road cleaning service contract with Ram Engineering & Construction Co-Bhumika Transport (ME Infraprojects), a joint venture for city cleaning signed for another five years. “This will enable ... Read More »

Hawker Menace

The BMC initiative to clean the western waterfront saw a massive demolition drive against unauthorized food stalls along the coastline, including Juhu beach and areas in Bandra, Khar and Khar Danda in November. Around 379 stalls and hawkers from the ... Read More »

New ‘plastic’ rules

Manufacturers of plastic below 50 microns will face instant arrest and citizens carrying the thin polythene will be fined up to Rs100, under a new set of restrictions proposed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Another proposal is to widen the ... Read More »

Cracking down on hawkers

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation plans to crack down on unauthorised hawkers during the monsoons. The civic body has decided to take stringent action against roadside food stalls, which sell unhygienic food to prevent vector-borne diseases. The hydraulic department has also ... Read More »

Sewere Maintenance

It is not surprising if the prime industrial area of Pune, Hinjewadi, is not connected to the sewer lines. It is not equally astonishing either to learn that Andheri East, a commercial hub of Mumbai, has only septic tanks to store sewage! If this is the case in major metros, at the rural level hardly 20% of the population has access to proper sanitation facility. Over and above, a large section of the population defecates under the sky, which is carried by the nallahs of the cities. The substantial network of the Indian sewer lines and drains were constructed during the colonial era and many others were added post independence. Nevertheless, growing urban populace, overloading of existing sewers and lack of maintenance have impacted the functioning and the very existence of these lines; in many cases the lines are choked or overflowing and in some cases, they have caved in leaving a huge crater on the road. Lack of proper sewer de-choking and preventive maintenance have led to corrosion too. Read More »

BMC’s Cleanliness Awards

The recent Sant Gadge Maharaj Cleanliness awards given away by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation recognised the good work done by individuals, institutes, ALMs, CBOs, corporate bodies, co-operative housing societies, schools and colleges. At a function held at Nair Hospital on ... Read More »

BMC to clean lakes

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has undertaken the task of cleaning the lakes in Mumbai, including Sion lake, Sheetal Talao in Kurla and Powai lake through scientific method of de-silting. Earth-moving machines and a buoyant apparatus are being used to suck ... Read More »

Sustainability issues in Solid Waste Management

There are various ‘Sustainability’ issues concerning waste management in India. Most projects started with good intention by the urban bodies failed to take off. R. A. Rajeev, Additional Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, discusses the need for right financial model for such projects. Read More »

BMC’s big plans to keep city clean

In a move to keep the city clean, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has bought 26 stationary compactors with dual purpose devices from Hyva, Holland. These compactors have been commissioned at four sites – Grant Road (East & West), Bombay ... Read More »

Green future

Mumbai city’s oldest and largest landfill site is heading for a change of image. The BMC is planning to convert a part of the 127 hectares garbage dump into a green belt which will include a lawn and a walking ... Read More »