Dipil
Safety Consultant
Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Neeraj4all
Lead - Ims
+2 Others

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Dear All
Can anyone help me in getting the standards/procedures to be followed in Waste Management System...
What system to be adopted for disposal of Bio-degradable & Non Bio-degradable wastes...
If anyone having Waste Management System adopted in Cement Plant please share the same... Or else please let me know how we can bring into stream line...
Hope to get all of your valuable suggestions/advice in this matter...
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V

From India
Dear dipil,
Please find the attached WASTE CLASSIFICATION & MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS (i got from net only). . .
Its not fullfill ur Query but hope its helps. . .

Sorry for the inconvinence cause. . .
Thanks & Besafe
Raghu

From United States, Fpo

Attached Files
File Type: ppt Waste management.ppt (2.89 MB, 3562 views)

Dear Raghu Thanks for your presentation... It’s really helpful... Looking for more participation from other members also... Regards, Dipil Kumar V
From India
Dear Dilip
Hi.
Kindly find the attached 2003 Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Amendment Rules.
Hope this will suffice your requirement.
For further need or information please get in touch.
Regards
Neeraj

From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf 2003 Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Amendment Rules.pdf (201.9 KB, 1422 views)

Dear Neeraj
Thanks a lot... The rules will help me definitely... I have to go through it thoroughly...
Actually we have made a scheme for Integrated Waste Management for our plant... It's attached herewith... Can you please go through it and give your valuable comments on it... Any legal part we are lacking into the scheme...
Requesting to all for giving valuable suggestions/advice to make further corrections to make this a perfect document...
Looking forward to hear from you all...
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V

From India

Attached Files
File Type: doc Scheme - waste management system.doc (28.0 KB, 1712 views)

Hi dipil,
My view on waste management is
First identify all types of waste then categorized as hazardous and Non Hazrdous...
hazardous waste included, waste oil, oil soaked cotton waste, bio medical waste, batteries etc....
this need to be trated as per legislative requirements. If u ned any help with respect to legislation feel free to contact me at any time.. I will be happy to help u out.
Further for non hazardous wastem there can be many option not always land fill. We must avoid land fill and look for other alternate options. Recycle reuse.
This is how we are handling our waste
If u need more info pl call me at any time
Regards
Krunal
09992929145

From India, New Delhi
@ Krunal
First of all Heartest welcome to citehr... Hope you will be actively participating and sahring your expertise with us...
Thanks a lot for your inputs...
Actually we put the classification as Bio & Non-Biodegradable as these two words were taken into use in our plant from the begining... All are well aware of these two words... However thanks a lot for your advice...
In the attached document, anywhere we are lacking legal part, if we go ahead with the same... Pelase comment specifically into it, if gets time... Also surely I will give a call...
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V

From India
Dear dipil,
Please click the below mentioned link it’s rectify/fulfill your Waste Management System/Enviroinenment query. . .
Note: Search in Google type waste characterization not waste management system.
waste characterization - Google Search
Hope its helps. . .
Thanks & Besafe
Raghu

From United States, Fpo
Dear sir,
The exceeds 250 tone and no petroleum storage of filling sheds area shall be placed nearer than 90 metres to any boiler furance of fire.
Below 250 tones there is no distance please properly send me, now i had little confuse.
please reply as soon as possible.
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G.PRABU,
9994559613
GLOBAL ARCHITECT & ENGINEERING PVT LTD,

From India, Madras
Hi Dipil,

I'm from a different country so the regulations whilst similar are likely to be different. That said perhaps the following considerations may be of interest. In managing Environmental Activity. An Environmental Strategy, Environmental Policy (may co exist with safety), Procedures. Procedures could embrace relaytive legislation, risk management, environmental licence, environmental incident reporting. The risk management activity should embrace "Aspects" and the associated "Impacts" of those activities on the environment or compliance with regulations.

Perhaps you're only seeking one part of this? Certainly in a Cement Plant the following considerations are likely, dust, noise, water, waste management, waste transfer, vehicle movement, chemical management, impact on people, and health monitoring. And then there's the action plan to manage actions to achieve compliance and mitigation or elimination the risks.

Sustainabilty and life cycle strategies may also impact the above plans.

I've attached an Environmental Compliance Audit Tool that may be adaptable and a short summary document outlining the environmental Laws and Regulations, United States

Good luck with your work. John

From Australia, Sydney

Attached Files
File Type: doc Environmental Audit Proforma (2).doc (121.0 KB, 815 views)
File Type: doc Laws and Regulations.doc (89.0 KB, 759 views)


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