Apex Monitoring Committee
Key Performance Indicator
S.No Key Parameter/Indicator Description of Parameter/Indicators physical evaluation
1. Door To Door Collection Door to door collection of segregated solid waste from all households including slums and informal settlements, commercial, institutional and other nonresidential premises.
Transportation in covered vehicles to processing or disposal facilities.
2. Source Segregation Segregation of waste by households into Biodegradable, non-biodegradable, domestic hazardous.
3. Litter Bins & Waste Storage Bins Installation of Twin-bin/ segregated litter bins in commercial & public areas at every 50-100 meters.
Installation of Waste storage bins in strategic locations across the city, as per requirement (Unless Binless)
Elimination of Garbage Vulnerable Points .
4. Transfer Stations Installation of Transfer Stations instead of secondary storage bins in cities with population above 5 lakhs.
5. Separate transportation Compartmentalization of vehicles for the collection of different fractions of waste.
Use of GPS in collection and transportation vehicles to be made mandatory at least in cities with population above 5 lakh along with the publication of route map.
6. Public Sweeping All public and commercial areas to have twice daily sweeping, including night sweeping and residential areas to have daily sweeping.
7. Waste Processing
*Wet Waste
*Dry Waste
*MRF Facility
Separate space for segregation, storage, decentralised processing of solid waste to be demarcated.
Establishing systems for home/decentralised and centralised composting.
Setting up of MRF Facilities.
8. Scientific Landfill Setting up common or regional sanitary landfills by all local bodies for the disposal of permitted waste under the rules.
Systems for the treatment of legacy waste to be established.
9. C&D Waste Ensure separate storage, collection and transportation of construction and demolition wastes.
10. Plastic Waste Implementation of ban on plastics below 50 microns thickness and single use plastics.
11. PBulk Waste Generators (BWGs) Bulk waste generators to set up decentralized waste processing facilities as per SWM Rules, 2016.
12. PBulk Waste Generators (BWGs) Bulk waste generators to set up decentralized waste processing facilities as per SWM Rules, 2016.
13. RDF Mandatory arrangements have to be made by cement plants to collect and use RDF, from the RDF plants, located within 200 kms.
14. Preventing solid waste from entering into water bodies Installation of suitable mechanisms such as screen mesh, grill, nets, etc. in water bodies such as nallahs, drains, to arrest solid waste from entering into water bodies.
15. User Fees Waste Generators paying user fee for solid waste management, as specified in the bye-laws of the local bodies.
16. Penalty provision Prescribe criteria for levying of spot fine for persons who litters or fails to comply with the provisions of these rules and delegate powers to officers or local bodies to levy spot fines as per the byelaws framed.
17. Notification of Bye Laws Frame bye-laws incorporating the provisions of MSW Rules, 2016 and ensuring timely implementation.
18. Citizen Grievance Redressal Resolution of complaints on Swachhata App within SLA.
19. Monitoring mechanism States/ULBs to update month wise targets/action plans on the online MIS.