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What We Do


Urban Villages

8 Model Urban Villages
62 ChakaChak Villages

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Model RWAs

90 Model RWAs
1,20,000 Households

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City-Wide Sustainability Measures

• Infrastructure Upgradation and Technological Innovation.
• Capacity Enhancement
• Communication Campaigns.

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  1. Model Urban Villages: Transforming 8 urban villages into Model Urban Villages with an end-to-end management of solid waste that includes-
  • 100% door-to-door waste collection and segregation through tricycles with green and blue bins to facilitate the source separation of waste
  • 100% street sweeping and drain cleaning using wheel barrels for collecting waste during street sweeping and specially designed drain cleaning vehicles being introduced with a mesh to filter drain water from silt
  • Community engagement through street plays, puppet shows, wall paintings, drawing competitions in schools on the theme of municipal solid waste management and No to Single Use Plastic
  • Setting up of Resource Recovery Pak (RRP) to sort and process recyclable materials collected from households into raw materials for new products
  1. ChakaChak Villages: Transforming 62 urban villages into visibly clean areas through community involvement and mass cleanliness drives
  • Thrice cleaning of streets, drains, school premises, markets, garbage vulnerable points in the village to make it visibly clean
  • Creating potential volunteers for the programme through rallies by school students who carry out the messaging of cleanliness using placards and slogans
  • Distribution of twin bins to shop owners of the village and cloth bags to residents to discourage the use of plastic bags
Figure 1 Door-to-door waste collection vehicle in Model Urban Village

Door-to-door waste collection vehicle in Model Urban Village

Figure 2 Street sweeping in Model Urban Village

Street sweeping in Model Urban Village

Figure 3 Awareness rally in ChakaChak Village

Awareness rally in ChakaChak Village

  1. Transforming 90 sectors, engaging 1,20,000 households through community based solid waste management and strengthening existing processes of Noida Authority through
  • Provision of compartmentalised e-garbage loaders to facilitate the separate collection of dry, wet and hazardous waste from households
  • Door-to-door Inter Personal Communication with residents on best practises of waste management and demonstration of segregation process to encourage them to give segregated waste
  • Awareness workshops with household helps, residents, school students and service staff of sectors on waste management
Garbage e-loaders in Model RWAs

Garbage e-loaders in Model RWAs

 Street sweeping in Model Urban Village

 IPC in Model RWAs

Community driven action for sustaining the cleanliness

  1. Infrastructure Upgradation and Technological Innovation:
  • To achieve the major objective of No Littering, 1,000+ twin litter bins installed across the city and 550 twin bins distributed to Market Associations in Noida
  • Setting up an Integrated Command Control Centre for efficient SWM process and real time monitoring of city-wide waste management
  • 1,000 GPS enables watches given to sanitation workers for attendance and monitoring their tasks
  • 06 Swachhta Sewa Kendras constructed for sanitation workers to motivate them for their job roles
  • More than 235 tonnes of waste cleared out of open dumpsites and these sites were then beautified by making rangoli and plantation to prevent build up
  1. Capacity Enhancement:
  • Capacity building workshop of around 4,000 sanitation workers on solid waste management for 2 and a half months along with distribution of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kits comprising masks, gloves, shoes, uniforms to ensure their safety during work
  1. Communication Campaigns:
  • Introduced mascots of Clean Noida, together termed as “Gully Bins” for mass information dissemination on waste management through wall arts, social media and out of home media installations in a fun and interactive content
  • City wide campaigns focused on engaging the community, creating a sense of belongingness for the place they live in and generating action from the citizens for making city litter free
Communication through outdoor media

Communication through outdoor media

Twin litter bins

Twin litter bins

Figure 6 GVP reclamation

GVP reclamation

Figure 7 Integrated Command Control center

Integrated Command Control center

Capacity building of sanitation workers