Tender Video Documentation Of Waste Management In Kerala For Project Cities Combatting Plastic Entering The Marine Environment (ccp-me) - 465156159 Tender Video Documentation Of Waste Management In Kerala For Project Cities Combatting Plastic Entering The Marine Environment (ccp-me) - 465156159
Video Documentation Of Waste Management In Kerala For Project Cities Combatting Plastic Entering The Marine Environment (ccp-me)
DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT (GIZ) GMBH
GIZ Office New Delhi
46 Paschimi Marg, Vasant Vihar
New Delhi 110057,
Email : email@example.com Country : India
Andaman and Nicobar Islands (UT) - India, Kerala - India, Uttar Pradesh - India
Tenders are invited for Video documentation of waste management in Kerala for project Cities Combatting Plastic Entering the Marine Environment (CCP-ME).
The CCP-ME project is to prevent plastic waste at source through sustainable waste management practices in cities by upgrading infrastructure, strengthening digital monitoring and exchange mechanisms and supporting the development of national framework conditions.
The project will be working in the three cities of Kochi, Kanpur and Port Blair and their respective states. The project will work on interventions to enable selected cities to improve collection, segregation and marketing of plastic waste, to prevent plastic disposal to water bodies, and to improve handling of port and marine waste. This needs to be combined with new tracking, data management and reporting systems, civil society involvement and increased cooperation with the recycling industry. This is in line with the amendment of the Municipal Solid Waste Management rules in 2016 which stipulates the segregation of waste at source in order to enable its recovery, reuse and recycling. The project activities will also be in line with Plastic Waste Management rules 2016.
At National level the project is housed with MoHUA and will develop and introduce a national digital platform together with MoHUA to establish links between states, cities and the recycling industry. It will also be used to monitor recycling and reuse of plastic and non-biodegradable waste. In addition, standardised reporting mechanisms for cities and states to the national level related to quantities of different fractions of recycled dry waste (in particular plastics) will be developed.
1.Currently dominant linear take-make-dispose production and consumption patterns and unsustainable waste management practices.
2. Developing films on the good practices of waste management in the state of Kerala.
• Deadline to receive queries: 12th September 2021
• Clarifications to the queries to be uploaded on web portals: 15th September 2021
The deadline for submission of proposals: 28th September 2021
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