Behaviour change instruments and methods, to create a zero-waste villages mentioned
Tools and measures supporting waste segregation & discount, examined
Implementation of plastic waste, e-waste, biomedical ,C & D waste Faecal Sludge and Septage Management, mentioned
Mohali/Chandigarh: Department of Water Supply and Sanitation, Punjab organised a one-day workshop on Solid Waste Management in Rural Areas for officers and social workers of varied districts at MGSIPA, Chandigarh.
Parneet Shergill IAS, Additional Secretary cum Mission Director SBM (G) addressed the individuals, highlighting the significance of Solid Waste Management in rural areas and inspired them to work actively for Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) Phase II. She additional emphasised upon dissemination of key learnings obtained from the workshop and incorporate them in their respective districts.
The goal of the workshop was to hone capability of social workers of Department of Water Supply and Sanitation, Punjab on Solid Waste Management guidelines together with preparation of implementation of stable waste administration, plastic waste administration, e-waste administration, biomedical waste administration, Construction & Demolition(C & D) Waste Management, Faecal Sludge and Septage Management.
The workshop was performed and facilitated by M/s suggestions basis.
Facilitator of the workshop Sh. Ajay Sinha addressed the individuals by way of participative method focusing on behaviour change communication and experiential studying. The workshop revolved round understanding waste, evolution of stable waste administration, behaviour change instruments and methods, key ideas to create a zero-waste village.
Along with briefing on technical features of waste administration varied instruments and measures have been mentioned that shall help in waste segregation and discount. Special focus was given on varieties of waste and origin of waste and approach ahead steps to be taken to handle the waste.
The individuals have been additionally knowledgeable about on floor challenges and measures to resolve them by way of varied approaches of social and behavior change communication. Brief understanding on operation and administration, funding sample, recycling waste and septage administration was given.
The total session was interactive and initiated with expectations of individuals and addressing loopholes whereas implementing the SWM initiatives in rural areas. It was adopted up by presentation by the individuals and acknowledging queries of every by way of open dialogue.
At the tip of the workshop the individuals have been extremely inspired by way of cross studying.
Vote of thanks was given by Sh. RK Sharma,State Coordinator SBM(G) expressing gratitude in direction of Feedback basis and skilled facilitator Sh. Ajay Sinha, CEO Feedback Foundation for giving his insights and nurturing the group.