20 December 2017
Illustrative Successes of Swachhata Mission - #PostiveIndia Compilation
1. Vijayawada Preparing for Swachh Survekshan 2018
Vijayawada got the 19th rank in Swachh Sarvekshan 2017. Today I saw a news item in New Indian Express regarding the appeal by Municipal Corporation Commissioner J Nivas. He requested residents to actively participate and try for better ranking in 2018 survey.
He requested people to avoid urinating in public and defecating openly. He asked the establishments generating more than 100 kg waste per day to set up their own compost plant on their premises. He asked residents to download the App "Swachhata" from Google Play Store and convey problems regarding sanitation.
The New Indian Express, 20.12.2017, Tadepalligudem, Pag 3.
More news of Vijayawada Swachhata Efforts
So, the Swachhata mission launched by the PM Modi is having an effect of promoting sanitation (Swachhata).
Results of Swachh Survekshan 2017
2. Swachh Survekshan 2018
New Regarding Swachh Survekshan-2018
*Swachh Survekshan-2018 launched to assess sanitation in all 4,041 cities and towns of the country
*First Pan-India survey to measure citizen connect with sanitation outcomes impacting lives of 40 cr people.
*Marks increased for Citizen feedback and Independent assessment; Innovative practices to be rewarded.
*Thrust on sustainability initiatives and decentralized Solid Waste Management
*Rigorous scrutiny of infrastructure development and processes with huge negative marking
3. E-Learning Modules of Swachh Bharat Mission - Urban
4. Swachhata Mission Efforts of Kakinada ( Winner of Cleanest City in South Zone Award for Sanitation)
Kakinada Municipal Corporation - City Sanitation Plan
Sanitation Ward Officers
Swachhata App - User Manual
More News related to Sanitation in Kakinada
Kakinada urgently needs sanitation drive
THE HANS INDIA | May 13,2017
Micro-sanitation programme in Kakinada
NOVEMBER 10, 2010
5. My Appeal and Suggestion to Politicians and ManagersAccepted by Shri Sunil Yadav, Corporator (Nagar Sevak, Mumbai, General Secretary, Parliamentary Constituency, Mumbai, Andheri)
An Appeal to Politicians and Managers with regard to Swachhata - Cleanliness Campaigns.
Please Improve Sanitation System in the Country - Both Infrastructure and Operation
6. Swachhata Innovations
Reinvent the Toilet Challenge India: A Grand Challenges India Initiative
The Hon’able Prime Minister’s Swachh Bharat initiative has given impetus for creating innovative solutions to the pressing sanitation problems and challenges faced by our countrymen.
The main thrust of the challenge was to focus on stand-alone and sustainable toilet and sanitation technologies that do not require to be connected to a larger sewerage system.
The call resulted in five projects being fully funded. Brief details of the selected projects and status. .
The Eco-toilet project of Pradin technologies Pvt. Ltd. in Bangalore is redesigning the toilet with the aim of making the entire process more eco-friendly by using ultrasound to dispose and settle fecal matter, thus reducing water use in this stage. The project redesigns the waste treatment tank system, for using ultrasound to enhance the settling of fecal particles. The project is almost completed and the team is looking to scale-up the intervention.
Off-grid, self-sustained, modular, electronic toilet for slums
Field testing of off-grid, self-sustained, modular, electronic toilet for slums, with solar energy for Indian weather and integrated with mixed waste processing unit, with water, energy/ fertilizer recovery was supported by BIRAC.
This project, undertaken by Eram Scientific Solutions, Kerala. The first objective is to design and implement a novel public sanitation platform that meets the specific needs of slums through new designs in Eram’s e-Toilet. The second objective is to demonstrate closed-loop resource recovery by integrating the slum e-Toilet with a novel onsite wastewater treatment and recovery solution termed The NEWgeneratorTM. Combining an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) and solar (PV and thermal) technologies, the NEWgeneratorTM will allow for localized recovery of nutrients, energy and water from human wastes. This is accomplished by fully treating and recycling the flush water through the combined biological and membrane treatment system and by recovering energy in the form of biogas from anaerobic degradation. This off-grid and modular treatment system enables the combined e-toilet/NEWgeneratorTM system to be rapidly deployed to high-density urban areas as well as areas suffering from water scarcity and low-electrical grid connectivity.
The team has now set up a fully functional combined unit of the e-Toilet and the NEWgenerator TM and are currently in the process of collecting data on the use and testing water quality of the NEWgenerator TM.
Viral agents, microbial fuel cell & effective recycling strategy for human waste disposal
This was an idea developed by the School of Biotechnology, Amrita University is a proof-of-concept for using viral agents to target and kill pathogens and odour-producing bacteria in faecal waste and also develop ways to integrate this into waste treatment systems.
The team has developed a phage library of more than 30 phage stocks against different targets and is conducting extensive laboratory studies. They have also initiated field studies and are looking to optimize vital parameters.
Hygienic Water-free toilet
This project from the institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, aims to use granular material to receive and dispose of fecal matter in a toilet, thereby avoiding the need for water in this process. The project aims to redesign the conventional toilet to use a bed of granular material in place of water that will ensure that there is no fecal staining of the system, fecal matter is cut-off from vectors, does not contaminate surface waters and that the user is always presented with a fresh, clean and dry surface. The initial prototype of the design has been developed and is undergoing extensive testing.
Empowered septic tank as decentralized wastewater treatment system
This project by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani Goa campus, aims to develop a financially affordable and simple-to-operate decentralized wastewater treatment system for a single household as well as for a gated community of 100 people equivalent (25 families) that will produce high quality effluent for safe disposal. The waste treatment system will involve the bio-electrolysis of wastewater to reduce its Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and odor. The project has constructed and is currently testing the decentralized wastewater treatment system for a community of 100 people equivalent and will undertake extensive testing of effluent.
Improving access to sanitation
Approximately 792 million Indians live without improved sanitation, of which, some 597 million people continue to defecate in the open. These statistics clearly show the scale and complexity of the problem in India. There is critical need to improve access to sanitation facilities. Launched in 2014, Domex Toilet Academy (DTA) is a unique market-based entrepreneurial model created by HUL to bring a positive impact on the health and well-being of the community while enhancing livelihoods. Currently operational in Bihar, it is a market facilitation project to increase sanitation coverage and encourage safe and hygienic use of a toilet.
7. Swachhata Awards08-September-2017 16:03 IST
Swachhathon 1.0 receives massive response from young innovators of the country
Finals conducted in Capital today
Swachh Bharat Mission: Government to confer Swachhata awards 2017
The Modi government will on Monday confer awards on those who contributed towards the Clean India objective in urban areas on the third anniversary of the launch of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban).
Oct 02, 2017
Swachhata app user believes that India is witnessing a positive change
9. THANE Swachh Survekshan 2018@SwachhThane
3 October 2014 Vijaya Dasami Day
Happy Dussehra -Let us win the war for Swachh Bharat.
Swachh Bharat - Healthy Bharat
Healthy Bharat - HIgh Productivity Bharat
High Productivity Bharat - Wealthy Bharat
Healthy, Wealthy Bharat - Happy Bharat
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi administering the Swacch Bharat Pledge, at Rajpath, in New Delhi on October 02, 2014. The Union Minister for Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu and the Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and Shipping, Shri Nitin Gadkari are also seen.
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English rendering of the text of Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi at the launch of Swachhata Mission at Rajpath, New Delhi on 2 October 2014
“Bharat Mata ki Jai, Long Live Mahatma Gandhi, Long Live Lal Bahadur Shastri.
My Colleagues from Central Government, Shri Venkaiah Naidu ji and Shri Nitin Gadkari ji, dignitaries and my young friends.
Today is 2nd October, birth anniversaries of our Pujya Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shashtri ji. Lal Bahadur Shastri gave us the Mantra of Jai Jawan Jai Kisan. Indian Farmers filled the granaries in reply to that exhortation. Pujya Bapu gave us the message of ‘Quit India- Clean India’. Our countrymen, under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, freed the nation from colonialism. Bapu’s dream of cleanliness, however, remains unfulfilled.
Here, we had called for a logo and an idea through crowd-sourcing, asked the people for a tagline. Bhai Anant of Maharashtra and sister Bhagyashri won the contest. It was right to the point. I can see, that through these glasses Gandhiji is looking and asking whether we have cleaned India or not. This is not just a logo. Through these glasses he is looking, asking- what have you done? What will you do and how? By when will you do it? This is the message of the logo that has Mahatma Gandhi’s glasses. They give us the message of Clean India. I compliment the creator of this logo- Shri Anant. One tag line has been given by Bhagyashri- ‘one step towards cleanliness’. Not a big deal, just a step. For this I complement Bhagyashri.
My dear countrymen,
Today from this platform with all the authenticity, and purity at my command, India Gate is right in front of me where flame of our martyrs is burning, I swear by that, I am not making a political statement. All Governments of this country must have done their bit for this cause. Many social, cultural and religious leaders must have contributed towards this task. There may have been different people, different forms of programme, I salute all of them. I have to take this series forward. I don’t make any claim that the new Government is doing everything. I acknowledged all previous Governments from the Red Fort also. Today, from this august platform I convey my respect to all Governments whether of Centre or of State, municipal bodies, social organizations, Sarvodaya leaders, Seva Dal workers. As this holy mission is starting today, I salute every one of them and pray to all countrymen to start this programme.
Sometimes I feel that the job of getting rid of filth belongs to Safai karmchari only? Isn’t it the duty of all the 125 crore countrymen? Will we keep on imposing everything on them only? Something good happens or bad, will be keep on blaming them only? We have to change this situation. Like all 125 crore Indians the Prime Minister is also first son of Bharat Mata and Prime Minister later. Therefore, as the children of this mother, all of us are responsible that we should not keep our country like this. It may be village neighborhood, home family, school and college, Mandir, Masjid or Gurudwara; how can we keep it dirty? Wherever we see filth or see someone throwing papers why don’t we feel like picking that up? I know this will not be accomplished only by publicity campaign. Old habits take time to change. It’s a difficult task, I know. But we have till 2019 when we will observe 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
I am grateful to my media friends who are spreading this message. If we collectively make it a people’s movement then I don’t see any reason why we will not be counted among the clean cities and nations of the world. India can also do it, Indians can do it. If Indians can reach Mars with minimum expense then can’t they clean their neighborhood? No Prime Minister or Minister took us to Mars. It was done by the scientists; children of Mother India. Cleanliness will also be achieved together.
I know, in coming days I will be criticized. Look what has been achieved? I understand lot of criticism will come my way. However, I am ready to face all the criticism for making Mother India pristine once again. I have come with the determination that 125 crore Indians will not let Mother India remain dirty. We will not leave any stone unturned to fulfill Bapu’s dreams.
I have decided to start a movement in social media also. It is there on MyGov.in website also. A new website has been created on ‘Clean India’. Work has been started on Facebook and Twitter also. #MycleanIndia was started today. I appeal all the countrymen to upload photographs of garbage, then clean that and upload the video and the photographs of the cleaned place. I also appeal to media. There are many youngsters, organizations in every nook and corner of the country. They are doing the work of cleanliness way before I became the Prime Minister. They should be brought to the limelight by Media. All common people who work for cleanliness should be highlighted. All of us should create an inspiring environment. Finger pointing will not help as I told earlier this is beyond politics. This is a work solely inspired by patriotism. We will do it with patriotic feeling. There is no place for politics. That is why I say there are many organizations and social and cultural bodies those who are working in their own way. I have seen many villages where Sarpanch is so alert and villagers keep the village in exemplary cleanliness. Many people are like that. Some of the teachers take lot of interest in keeping the premises clean, the atmosphere is kept very pure.
When we come to India Gate and go towards Rashtrapati Bhawan it feels nice to see the clean surroundings. Should not every corner of India be this clean? Isn’t this our social duty? We will do a great disservice by treating it politically or considering it a photo opportunity. Mahatma Gandhi did not go to every locality to clean up but his commitment created awareness towards cleanliness in entire India. We also have to do it together. Wherever we are, we should do it. I believe we will be able to clean our Mother India. This is a work for 125 crore Indians. In those 125 crore Indians there is a person called Modi. Not that Modi is alone but there are 125 crore Indians and I am saying it 125 crore times. This work is not only for Government or for Ministers, neither is this work only of social organizations and devoted social workers. This is a mass movement. The more we associate this with common person, the more are the chances of success.
Today Navarati is coming to an end. Tomorrow we will celebrate Vijayadashmi. I convey my best wishes to all countrymen for Vijayadashmi tomorrow.
Today, I have started a programme on social media. I have invited 9 people to come to public place and work for cleanliness. I am sure that those 9 people whom I have invited will surely do this work. Not only this, I have requested them that they should also invite 9 other people. Then 9 more. I request you also that you also upload videos of your cleanliness projects and this chain of 9 should carry on. Today, I have invited Goa Governor Hon’ble Mridula Sinha, Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar, Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev, Congress leader Shri Shashi Tharoor jee, Shriman Kamal Hasan, Shriman Salman Khan, sister Priyanka Chopra and the entire team of Tarak Mehta ka Ulta Chashma. I have told them to push this through their and other serials. Our film industry will also see, in last fifty years there have been many movies where they were episodes related to cleanliness. We need to encourage this and do our duty.
Brothers and sisters there is a startling evaluation of WHO – they say that the diseases created by lack of cleanliness results in additional loss of 6500 rupees to every Indian. Due to illness someone is not able to drive taxi or auto rickshaw or not able to distribute newspapers or not able to deliver milk. This is just the average of the total loss. If we take out affluent households then burden on poor people will go up to 12-15 thousand. If we just spread cleanliness, our poor will be saved 6500 rupees. This will save him from diseases and unemployment. This movement is very important for the health of the poor. Serving Mother India is serving the poorest.
Come let’s see on MyGov.in, my Facebook or twitter, the mood that I am witnessing, the enthusiasm that I see, fills me with hope that public is ready to move hundred steps ahead of the Government. If public is moving there is no reason to stop them.
Brothers and sisters, We should gift something to Mahatma Gandhi. In 2019 when Gandhiji will turn 150, we should gift him a Swachh Bharat created with a collective responsibility. Quit India was successful due to the involvement of everyone in the freedom struggle. Success of clean India lies in the involvement of 125 crore Indians. Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan was successful as it was given by Lal Bahadur Shastri. He called for agricultural production. Nobody asked Lal Bahadur Shastri that, are you going to the fields to plough them, have you done some farming or produced some foodgrain? Nobody asked anything. But as Lal Bahadur Shastri said Jai Kisan- all the farmers stood up and filled the granaries. The momentous tasks of giving food to every poor in India was done on the words of this great man. Now, this is the time to realise Mahatma Gandhi’s words. Just look at the purity of this great man’s words, its power, its dedication: Shouldn’t this inspire us? Whether it is me or you, success of clean India will give us the same pleasure as the success of Quit India slogan. It will give us similar joy and prosperity. We have started moving ahead with our faith in the words of these great men.
Don’t put your trust on me or my Government, trust Mahatma Gandhi. Trust his sacrifice, determination and dedication. Believe in his dream of Swachh Bharat. Today this is our responsibility that if we are the children of Mother India we should not either cause filth or allow other to do it. Often when we go to foreign countries, we say how clean it was there, there was no dirt anywhere. Then I ask these people, did you like the fact that it was so clean? Then I ask, did you see anyone littering or spitting? They say, no we didn’t. Then I say that the secret of cleanliness is in the discipline of their citizens. If we manage that, I am sure we will do wonders. One more work is there – that of building toilets. In our villages more than sixty percent people are still going to toilet in open. I feel most pained that even our mothers and sisters have to go in open. We have to remove this blot. I have told corporate social responsibility people to prioritize this. We should do this much at least for the dignity of our mothers and sisters.
Even today, there are many schools which don’t have separate toilets for girls. We need to change this. It is nobody’s fault; we just need to move ahead with a positive outlook of future. There should not be any political comment by any member of this movement as everybody has work. Every one before us also worked. Under Mahatma Gandhi, Congress was at the forefront of it.
I worship this work, that is why I request specially to media and countrymen with folded hands that, associate this movement only with love for the country. Link this movement only with the worship of Mother India and with the poor and health of the poor. We should not vitiate the environment by talking about, who is doing who is not, who was successful, who was not. We should move with a sense of collective responsibility. With collective responsibility we will surely be successful.
Now I invite every one of you. We are going to take an oath here. My request is that those who are sitting should take oath sitting, no need to stand up. Those who are standing should keep on standing. My second request is that you should raise both of your hands and remember Mahatma Gandhi. Feel that this work is for building a Bharat of the dreams of Pujya Bapu. We should not just utter the words but take solemn pledge. You will take the pledge, take the movement forward and will leave no stone unturned.
Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of an India which was not only free but also clean and developed. Mahatma Gandhi secured freedom for Mother India. Now it is our duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean.
I take this pledge that I will remain committed towards cleanliness and devote time for this. I will devote 100 hours per year that is two hours per week to voluntary work for cleanliness. I will neither litter nor let others litter. I will initiate the quest for cleanliness with myself, my family, my locality, my village and my work place.
I believe that the countries of the world that appear clean are so because their citizens don’t indulge in littering nor do they allow it to happen.
With this firms belief, I will propagate the message of Swachh Bharat Mission in villages and towns.
I will encourage 100 other persons to take this pledge which I am taking today.
I will endeavour to make them devote their 100 hours for cleanliness.
I am confident that every step I take towards cleanliness will help in making my country clean.
Long live Mahatma Gandhi
Long live Mahatma Gandhi
Long live Mahatma Gandhi
Best wishes to all!”
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At Valmiki Basti, the Prime Minister exhorted children to become "Swachhta Senanis"
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting upload
Comments by me.
2 October 2014
On 2 October 2014, nation wide, political leaders and central government employees and also many state government and local body employees participated in the Swachh Bharat inaugural activity. The activity was in general restricted to one's own office premises. In a way, it is similar to foundation stone for the building. Many time foundation stones are laid even without a building plan. Today's activity is also similar to it. Today it is a 'sankalp' ceremony. The roles of garbage collectors and disposers and the role of garbage generators is to be reengineered to achieve this mission. Whether the sanitation staff is the country is adequate or not has to be assessed. Similary sanitation technology also needs evaluation. The fact that Prime Minister is personally involved in the campaign gives the confidence that a top level assessment of the system will be carried out and a strategic plan is developed to achieve the objectives of the mission. Certainly the practices of garbage generators hasve to change and also the garbage collection points have to be increased so that they are accessible within convenient distances and are also in clean surroundings so that people can go close to them and dump garbage in them. Many places around government offices and organizations are full of slums. This mission should result in proactive effort on the part of these office and organization staff to cooperate with municipal staff so that such living areas are kept more clean.
Updated 20 December 2017, 3, 2 October 2014