Report filed by Nagaland on solid waste management and sewage management, 22/11/2022
Quantity of waste generated in the state of Nagaland is 282.43 tonnes per day (TPD). Out of which 102 TPD gets processed and that means a gap of 180.43 TPD in waste processing.
The quantity of waste being disposed in landfills is 107.45 TPD and the quantity of legacy waste in the state is 153010.97 tonnes. With respect to biomining the one under Dimapur Municipal Council is not functional.
Between sewage generation and installed sewage treatment capacity, there is a 91.2 million litres per day (MLD) gap. In order to effectively manage solid and sewage waste, aerobio bacteria was procured and distributed to 26 urban local bodies (ULB) with "higher household numbers for septage management with sensitisation on its usage." Likewise, green bran organic bacteria for bioremediation of drains, dump sits, water bodies has also been distributed to the ULB's.
These are the latest data pertaining to solid waste management and sewage management in Nagaland and a report pertaining to it was filed by the state in compliance to the NGT order, November 30, 2021.