Before establishment of solid waste management companies.
- There was practice of throwing waste at public places.
- With the notion that managing waste is the responsibility of the municipality
- Those people working in waste management were considered lower class
- There was no culture of paying for waste management
- People were reluctant to attend public programs related to waste management
- Those working at sites would even have to face physical torture.
- Waste is collected directly from registered houses only.
- According to the given schedule, the collection work starts from 5:00 AM or 6:00 AM in the morning. It is estimated to be completed by 7:00 AM on the main road and by 2:00 PM in other locations.
- Cleaning of main roads daily and collection of waste along with dust once a week by 7:00 am in other roads.
- The collected waste is taken to the collection center or Transfer Station and reusable items are sorted out as much as possible.
- Priority is given to separate waste by nature at the source (customer's house) itself.
- Decomposable waste is collected from the subscribers twice a week and non Decomposable once a week.
- Awareness programs are conducted once a month in different neighborhoods.
- Reusable wastes are sold and distributeed and only the non reusable waste are taken to the landfill sites.
- The organic waste are converted into compost either in the existing compost pits (plants) or by constructing new compost pits. Waste reduction is highly priortized.
- Compost is provided to farmers at an affordable rate and it is also used for plants along the roads.
- Seedlings are made available for the implementation of the concept of one house two trees. Residents are even helped to develop gardens on vacant land themselves.
- Providing momentum to planting and pruning trees along roads with the cooperation of local residents.
- Arrangement of dustbins along roads for disposing small amounts of waste which is collected and take them away after getting full by our collectors.
Years of Service
➥Job category wise
Management and AdministrativeOur Team
Collector, Recycler and Broomers
waste segregation worker
* Data as of : 2023-08-29
Compost Production Center
Paper Recycling Center
* Data as of : 2023-08-29
Fee collection paradigm
- The environment for working with long term planning is lacking.
- There is no land available even on rent for establishing transfer stations (processing centers).
- There is a huge demand for workers in waste management.
- Management and infrastructure development of landfill sites is not effective.
- All houses have not yet been included as customers.
- It takes a lot of time and money to enforce laws and regulations.
- Work habits and fee fixation methods are not uniform and scientific.
- Due to weaknesses in technology, there is little chance of optimally utilizing waste even if wanted.
- The idea "services of municipality and Nepsemyak complement each other" has not been established to people.
- There are no alternative landfill sites.
Long Term Tasks
- Do research works in waste management
- Make compost at household and community level itself
- Promote recycled use
- Increase use of machinery power
- Adopt modern techniques for urban environment and ecosystem protection
- Use waste as raw material for waste based industries
- Run and promote activities like afforestation, organic farming, beekeeping and greenery development
- Create employment opportunities in the field of waste management
- Promote through books, educational and informative materials and media
- Use land within the municipality area and cooperate with other areas only if not possible within municipality
- Make waste management service compulsory and create a binding condition for citizens to become waste management service users linked with other municipality services.
- Determine fees in a scientific manner
- Conditionally hand over waste management work for a long term through a legal process to the private sector currently working based on performance under public private partnership concept.
- Analyze the financial situation of areas with private sector involvement and provide a certain amount to the private sector from the municipality in areas with less income sources. And the private sector will deposit a certain percentage of the amount collected from service users as a cleaning fee in the municipality's account as waste collection service fee.
- Make arrangements for the municipality to monitor, evaluate and regulate the work done by the private sector.
- People take out their garbage only after the vehicle comes and honks.
- Wastes are not spilled on the road.
- coordination from the government and non government organizations are being carried on.
- The respect for people and professions related to waste management is increasing.
- People contact themselves to become service users.
- The sample work of waste sorting and composting is going on.
- The habit of paying waste fees has set in.
- People participate in public programs.
- The work of cleaning public places like riverbanks, roadsides is going on.