Funds Alloted for Clean India Mission

Narendra modi (Prime minister of india) launched Clean India Mission or Swachh Bharat Abhiyan On 2nd October 2014. Government of India strongly focusing on implementation of municipal solid waste management i.e complete collection and scientific processing, disposal, reuse/recycle of waste by 2019 in all 4041 statutory towns. Total cost for solid waste management by central government is estimated Rs.7,366 Cr .

Following government document is the press release mentioning the allocation of funds for Clean India Mission including Solid Waste Management.

Pyrocrat’s technology actively focusing in improving environment, Reducing incineration need, Recovering Maximum Resource to solve waste accumulation and landfilling problem. When Pyrocrat’s technology  is used for managing city’s waste, there is 95% reduction in smell around dumping yard. Given below is the video of Pyrocrat’s operational MSW plant that manages 300,000kg per day of Navi Mumbai city’s solid waste.

 

Source: http://mswplant.com/clean-india-mission/

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