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| Last Updated:: 08/05/2017

Tenders

Directorate of Environment, UP

1, Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar

Lucknow-UP

Tel: 0522:2300541-42

 

 

Invitation of proposals for seeking financial assistance for establishment of common treatment and disposal facilities for hazardous, bio-medical and e- wastes viz., Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities (TSDFs), Secured Land Fills (SLFs), Integrated E-Waste Recycling and Treatment Facilities and Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities (CBMWTDFs).

 

The Ministry of Environment and Forests is implementing a Central Sector Scheme (CSS) to provide financial assistance for setting up of common treatment and disposal facilities for environmentally sound disposal of hazardous, bio-medical wastes and recycling and treatment facilities for e-wastes on Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis.

The scheme for providing financial assistance has been revamped. The detailed criteria for providing central assistance for setting up of TSDFs for hazardous wastes, CBMWTDFs for biomedical wastes and E-waste recycling and treatment facilities are given below:

 

  1. For establishment of common treatment and disposal facilities for hazardous wastes, viz., Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities (TSDFs), Secured Land Fills (SLFs), Integrated E-Waste Recycling and Treatment Facilities and Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities (CBMWTDFs), up to 25 % of the total project cost would be provided as central assistance. In case of NE States, up to 50 % of the total project cost would be provided as central assistance, subject to 25% of the project cost is contributed by the State/UT Government/SPCB concerned and the balance 25% of the project cost is contributed by the entrepreneur.
  2. The central assistance would be limited to a maximum of Rs.13.75 crores for a TSDF and Rs.7.5 crores for a SLF. In case of Integrated E-Waste Recycling and Treatment Facility, the ceiling for central assistance would be Rs.12.50 crores. In respect of a CBMWTDF, the ceiling for central assistance would be Rs.1 crore.
  3. In case of NE States, the central assistance would be limited to a maximum of Rs.27.5 crores for a TSDF and Rs.15 crores for a Secured Land Fill (SLF). In case of Integrated E-Waste Recycling and Treatment Facility, the ceiling for central assistance would be Rs.25 crores. In respect of a CBMWTDF, the ceiling for central assistance would be Rs.2 crores.
  4. Proposals for central assistance would be considered subject to commitment of matching grant by the State/UT Government/SPCB. The balance amount would have to be contributed by the entrepreneur setting up the common treatment and disposal facility.
  5. The total cost of project would not include the cost of land, for calculation of central assistance.
  6. The cost of land, if provided by the State/UT Government/SPCB, will be considered for inclusion in the matching contribution of the State/UT Government.
  7. The computation of the value of the land would be based on the current government valuation notified by the competent revenue authorities.
  8. However, State government’s matching contribution would not include the cost incurred by it for infrastructure development.
  9. While considering grant of central assistance preference will be given to proposals where state government provides matching financial contribution over and above land provided free of cost or at a concessional rate.
  10. The central assistance will be provided based on the techno-economic feasibility study of the project. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) prepared by the entrepreneur would be appraised by an independent empanelled agency. This agency will also be entrusted with Third Party Evaluation during implementation of the project.
  11. A copy of NOC or consent to establish issued by SPCB/PCC concerned, would be required to be submitted along with the final proposal.
  12. The 1st installment of the central assistance would be released only after receiving commitment from the State/UT government/SPCB regarding its matching contribution and subsequent central releases would be sanctioned only after the matching financial contribution of the state government has been released.
  13. The entrepreneur should submit a commitment to contribute the balance amount required for the project, along with a statement providing details of availability of the funds towards this contribution.
  14. The proposal should provide a detailed time-frame for completion of the project and various components thereof.
  15. The revised pattern of central assistance will be available for new facilities or for expansion of existing facilities.
  16. Separate proposals should be sent for setting up of each category of treatment and disposal facilities.
  17. Proposals along with Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) for availing financial assistance submitted by the prospective private entrepreneurs will be scrutinized by the Technical Committee constituted at Directorate of Environment and UPPCB, before sending it to Govt. of UP and further to MoEF&CC.
  18. The Grant of Subsidy will also be subjected to availability of Funds from Govt. of UP and Matching amount from MoEF&CC, Govt. of India.
  19. Besides DPR, the Project Proponent has to provide the details of Land, Land use, Land Possession letter, Allotment Letter, Lease deed. Technology details of the facility, Lay out Plan for the facility. Quantity of Waste and Type of Waste to be handled and Area to be covered and detailed Methodology. Certificates from Competent Authorities for project under NO ECO-SENSITIVE ZONE. Details of Water Bodies, Forests, wetland or other environmental sensitive receptors. Financial Details to be submitted are Total cost of the project, Cost of The Land and Amount to be borne by the proponent and quantum of subsidy asked for. The Financial Capacity of the Individual and Other Parties to be provided in form of Last five years CA certificate of Audited Account (Turn over). Details of Infrastructure available and proposed for the project.
  20. The DPR should contain the following:-

 

a)     Executive summary providing the following :-

 

Project Type

 

Project Name

 

Capacity

 

Proposed Year of production

 

Total Capital Investment

 

Business Activity

 

Revenue Source

 

Schedule of Commissioning

 

Sources of water

 

Water Consumption

 

Waste water generation

 

Waste water treatment

 

Air pollution source

 

Air pollution control

 

Solid Hazardous waste generation/Management

 

Strengths of the project and anticipated benefit

 

 

b)     The problem

c)     The solution 

d)     The Company back ground

e)     Technical Details

f)      Waste generation and management profile

g)     Objective of the project

h)     Project location

i)       Regulatory frame work

j)       Hazardous/Bio-medical/E-Waste streams and category

k)     Technology and process Including closure and post closure plan with monitoring inspection

l)       Details of operation phase

m)   Environment Management Plan (Air quality, Noise, Water, Landscape, traffic management, Fora and fauna, Health and safety, Greenbelt Development, Sanitation etc.)

n)     Environment Monitoring Plan

o)     Establishment Plan

p)     Financial Statement including the project cost and financial details, projected balance sheet, projected profit and loss statement, projected cash flow.

q)     Waste disposal pathway

r)      Details of comprehensive analysis of type of waste to be handled

 

  1. Mere submission of above documents may not be final. The Technical Committee/Directorate of Environment will have the right to seek more information regarding the proposal for appraisal of the project.

 

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