We conduct daily collection of solid waste through door to door services. Such services have been expanded to about 40,000 households in Kathmandu valley.

We promote the waste segregation program at the source of production level (household’s kitchen). From the past two years, 3,000 families of Ichangu Narayan and Sitapaila VDCs of Kathmandu district are segregating the household waste into two parts (degradable and non-degradable). For this purpose, two separate buckets, green for degradable and red for non-biodegradable waste, has been provided to each family. Such source segregation program is expanding to all other households as well in near future.


We promote the recycling of waste paper at Banasthali area with installation of a small plant and at Hadigoun Kathmandu with a larger machine. Financial support was provided by the Japanese Embassy in Nepal. Many kinds of products out of the waste paper have been produced and marketed in appropriate ways such as envelopes, tea mats, visiting cards, files, file holders etc. are made from the recycled paper.

NEPCEMAC promotes greenery in working communities in order to contribute to the aesthetic value of Kathmandu valley through plantation and forestation p

rogram. Examples: Ring road belt of Kusunti Ekantakuna area, Banasthali Balaju area, Maharajgunj Chapal Karkhana area, Bagmati river bank of Sanepa Aphaldol area, Bishnumati River bank of Chamati area and Dhobikhola river bank of Hadigoun area.

We promote the vermin composting wooden box which is very appropriate for vermin keeping. So far, 515 plastic composting bins have been provided to the community people for household composting.

Nepsemyak has composting plants in following sites:

Central Zoo, Lalitpur

Handigaon, Kathmandu

Chobhar, Lalitpur


The compost fertilizer produced out of the composting plants is sold to farmers and households. It is one source of income for our company. As a reward, every house that segregates the solid waste from kitchen is provided certain quantity of compost fertilizer on free basis annually.


NEPCEMAC provide training on waste management and composting. So far the training has benefited to 2,000 students, 2,000 women and 400 community leaders.


We publish “NEPCEMAC SANDESH” every year for informing stakeholders, community, as well as minded organizations and service holders regarding environmental issues and waste management. Similarly other publication includes ‘Solid Waste Management Training Manual’, several pamphlets and bulletins and articles in different national newspapers

We manage the dead bodies of street dogs that meet with death due to road accidents.