‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ is an intensive, country wide campaign focusing on citizen participation, to be converted into a Janandolan where small changes, at the local level, will add up to significant national gains. In line with this Feedback Foundation team conducted various triggering meetings and citizen groups were motivated for 6 level segregation of waste at-source. During triggering, the team demonstrated the process of 6 level of segregation i.e. (i) Dry waste, (ii) Wet waste, (iii) Domestic hazardous waste (iv) Domestic Bio- medical waste [used mask, gloves, sanitary napkins, diaper, waste medicines etc.], (v) E-Waste and (vi) Plastic Waste. Citizens are motivated to use 6 different bins and to handover the segregated waste to the collection vehicle.
Feedback Foundation [FF] has been empaneled by Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) as an agency for creating awareness in 3 zones of IMC, Madhya Pradesh for Solid Waste Management. As part of this intervention, FF is conducting awareness and IEC (Information, Education and Communication) campaigns for mass mobilization of all waste generators for waste reduction and segregation of waste at source. Capacity building workshops and SBM thematic drives are also being organized.