4. Strategy

4.1 Public participation:

To gather huge public participation by promoting public awareness among students, women, youth and other groups in the field of sanitation.

a) To encourage non-governmental social organizations operating the works like sanitation campaign and direct encouragement for the sake of public participation

b) In order to promote public awareness including necessary contents                              concerning solid wastes management in the school level and informal                                 education curricula.

c) To have maximum use of various mass media like audio, visual, papers and magazines etc. in order to inform the public in general up to the policy makers about the adverse effect of solid wastes upon the public health in absence of its sound management.

d) To organize various seminars and training programs with a view to promote public awareness in the sanitation works.

4.2 Technology:

To develop concept of solid wastes management having minimized environmental pollution on the basis of appropriate technology which shall be suitable to the local environment and economic conditions.

a) To develop appropriate mechanical technology in the sanitation works having considered the sources and means also as available in local level.

b) To adopt final disposal technology of the solid wastes suitable to the nature of solid wastes having minimized environmental pollution.

c) To develop simple technology with a view to minimize the production of the solid wastes from the household, residential area and various business and      reuse thereof.

4.3 Mobilization Sources:

To involve the governmental and private sector for mobilizing the solid wastes as resources and to produce organic manure and energy there from.

a) To adopt appropriate technology concerning resource mobilization having utilized maximum local sources and means.

b) While mobilizing the solid wastes as resources to give priority for production having considered the goods under the demand in the local market.

4.4 Privatization:

To privatize as per necessity, management works of the solid wastes for simple and effective operation.

a) To gradually privatize various aspects of solid wastes management such as collection, preservation, transportation, movement, site management, reuse         and final disposal works.

b) To encourage involvement of private sector at national and international level in the field of solid wastes management works.

c) While privatizing, priority along with the following facilities shall be given to a person, institution or company producing organic manure and energy from the solid wastes.

 c-1      To sell the produced goods in any part of Nepal.

c-2       To give tax facilities to the produced goods.

 c-3      To provide license to the person carrying out such works in a          simple manner.

d) His Majesty’s Government shall provide a license to the private sector involving in the management works of solid wastes having made following provisions:

                 d-1       To provide license by the local body for the works concerning                                                       collection, preservation, transportation and final disposal.

d-2       To provide license by His Majesty’s Government to operate an        industry concerning mobilization of resources from the solid        wastes and to develop a site for final disposal of the solid wastes     having considered the environmental impact study report also.

e) To assist private sector, as per necessity, by the local body or His Majesty’s Government to acquire land as required for the solid wastes management works.

f) To provide technology and minimum financial support, if His Majesty’s Government deems it necessary.

g) To make provision for collection of service charges by the private sector also who is involved in the management works of solid wastes with the prior approval of His Majesty’s Government.