1005124200 net on nit terms conditions 14 item no 3

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1,00,51,242.00 (Net) on NIT terms & conditions. - 14 -
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ITEM NO. 3 (ii) (B-21) R/M OF COMPOST PLANT, OKHLA DURING 2003-2004 – ANNUAL MAINTENANCE ESTIMATE. The Compost Plant at Okhla of 200 ton capacity per day in three shifts was installed and commissioned in 1985 at a total cost of Rs. 192 lacs, based on the decision taken by the then Prime Minister who expressed her strong concern against the burning of dead leaves particularly in New Delhi Area and desired to treat this solid waste to produce compost be utilized for horticultural activities. The Compost Plant has played a significant role in the management of solid waste in NDMC area since then. It may be mentioned that this is the one of the few Compost Plant presently in operation. Compost process plays a great role in the Solid Waste Management which ensures proper treatment of garbage, thereby improving the environment and soil fertility, faster reclamation of land and avoidance of water pollution. Incidentally, the sale of compost produced as a by-product also generate some revenue. This is a Socio-Economic Project. Generally, the Municipal Solid Waste is comprising of the following :- (i) Domestic e.g. vegetables/fruits/flowers, skins, glass, tins, paper & plastic etc. (ii) Street sweeping. (iii) Markets (iv) Leaves & trees (v) Poultry products/diary farms/slaughter houses. (vi) Hospitals (vii) Waste from service/commercial establishments and industry. The Hospital waste in terms of Bio Medical Waste is disposed off in the incinerator installed in all the three hospitals of the NDMC which are functioning satisfactorily. About 80 to 90 MT of the mixed type raw garbage is brought at the Compost Plant for its treatment per day. This contains about 60 to 70% of the rejects. To carry out the treatment of the solid waste at the Compost Plant and also building maintenance works besides treatment of Bio-Medical Waste through incineration, every year maintenance estimate is being made to cover the cost of the various inputs required to treat the waste through different facilities installed and commissioned at the Compost Plant. Based on the above, an estimate amounting to Rs. 110.00 lacs was framed to cover the cost of above noted work. The estimate was made on the basis of the requirement of the materials to be used for the running and operation of the compost - 15 -
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Plant, Salary wages to be paid to the M.R. staff, energy charges to be paid to B.S.E.S. Rajdahni Power Ltd., running and operation of the Compost Plant, A/R & M/O works, special repair works, procurement of the materials for the maintenance purposes, purchase of HSD and POL items, safety items and other day to day requirement for operation of the Compost Plant. The details of the expenditure proposed to be incurred during the year 2003-2004 is given as under :- 1. R/M of Auto Machinery - 14,85,000/- 2. R/M of Mechanical Plant, Lorrey - 19,40,000/- weigh Bridges etc.
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