Udaipur secured 3rd position in the Liquid Waste Management collection project

Udaipur secured 3rd position in the Liquid Waste Management collection project

The project was held under Rural Development and Panchayati Raj

Liquid Waste Management

Udaipur has secured third position in the state for Liquid Waste Management collection, under the cleanliness project of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj. Rajsamand of Udaipur division has gained second position. Udaipur has made 48% achievement in fulfilling the project. On the other hand, Sirohi secured first position by achieving 100%. 

The target Udaipur got was 2481 villages and excellent work was done in 1191 villages. Sirohi’s target was 444 villages and the whole target was fulfilled. Under this project, disposal of liquid waste in rural and urban areas had to be collected. 

Liquid waste collection refers to the process of gathering and managing liquid waste materials for proper disposal or treatment. It involves the collection, transportation, and disposal of various types of liquid waste, such as sewage, wastewater, industrial effluents, hazardous liquids, and other unwanted liquids generated by residential, commercial, or industrial activities.

The scores were given in these 5 parameters:

  • Using hand pump water.
  • Removing dirty water through drains.
  • Liquid waste collection.
  • Using wastewater to grow plants.
  • Domestic wastewater was to be used for growing vegetables.

20-20 marks were fixed for each point. The State Level Committee prepared its report after random checking and marks were awarded on the basis of this report.

Liquid waste can be generated from a wide range of sources, including households, businesses, manufacturing facilities, agricultural operations, and healthcare institutions. The District Project Coordinator of cleanliness, Arun Chauhan said that the condition of Udaipur is quite better as compared to the other districts. Except Mavli and Bhinder, we have got 4 awards for the same, he added. 

The liquid waste collection plays a crucial role in maintaining environmental sustainability by managing and treating potentially harmful liquids in a responsible manner. It helps prevent contamination of water bodies, soil, and ecosystems, ensuring the well-being of both humans and the environment. 

15 Districts in Green Belt:

  • 35-100% - Udaipur, Sirohi, Rajsamand, Pali, Tonk, Bharatpur, Jhunjhunu, Kota, Bikaner, Ajmer, Dholpur, Jhalawar, Sawai Madhopur, Churu and Bundi.

Districts in Purple Belt:

  • 26-34% - Jaiselmer, Sikar, Jhalore, Karoli, Dausa, Shri Ganganagar, Chittor, Jaipur, Barmer, Alwar, Pratapnagar, Banswara.

Dark Zone:

  • 17-24% - Jodhpur, Nagore, Bhilwara, Bara, Hanumangarh. 

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