Topic 2 - How has shifting responsibility to the Ministry of Human Resource Development affected School WASH (India Chapter Thematic Discussion)

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Re: Topic 2 - How has shifting responsibility to the Ministry of Human Resource Development affected School WASH (India Chapter Thematic Discussion)

Good Morning Mr Kiran, Nitya & SUSANA members,

The model developed is for any entrepreneur/ individual who wishes to be involved in sanitation as business.

Broad over view of the program

My units can generate income from these organic wastes to generate feed and fertilizer.

Raw material-All organic wastes-House/Hotels/Markets/Veg/Fruit Processing/Tannery/Fish/Meat/Poultry wastes/Animal wastes/Human wastes/ *Bio Medical wastes.* Not for general public

This business has the capacity to convert all organic wastes mentioned above into feed level materials which fit perfectly into various levels of food chain cycle.

Extracting food sources at multiple levels maximizes the conversion and generates income at various levels.

For example a school with 100 kids & 20 teachers & support staff generates @ 10 kilos of food waste & 3 kilos of human waste daily

The unit generates enough feed & fertilizer to support 10 chicken per week/15 ducks per month /8 goats/per year, apart from@ 2 kilos vegetables & fruits each week year round

This sets into motion, a trade of farm products to table with no investment or transportation.

Based on the above an entrepreneur can expect to harvest & earn from approximately 1 school

250 eggs /year 500 chicken/year 150 ducks/year 8 goats/year 100 kilos of vegetables/fruits

This takes approximately 36 months and broadly grouped into 3 phases.

An entrepreneur by including wet waste collection from students homes/near by homes can convert/process school waste effectively to generate higher income.

Thank you

ravisenji
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