Bangalore City Development Study

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Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Bangalore
Lessons learnt from the UWEP Programme in India

UWEP City Series Uwep Final Report Volume II Anselm Rosario Anne Scheinberg Series editor: Verele de Vreede Anne Scheinberg December 2004

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS .........................................................................................................1 CHAPTER 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................3

The ideas behind the UWEP Programme...............................................................3 Desired results of the UWEP Programme ..............................................................4 Methodology in development: the hallmarks of the UWEP Programme............4 1.3.1 Co-operation with the South...........................................................................4 1.3.2 Thematic focus on locally relevant aspects of recycling and waste management....................................................................................................4 1.3.3 Regional information exchange......................................................................5 1.3.4 Focus on South professionals .........................................................................5 1.3.5



References: 1. “Linking city processes in waste management”- UWEP II – WASTE, Netherlands (September, 2000) 2. Collaborative Working Group on SWM – “Case Studies presented by the UWEP representatives” (October 2000) 3. “Overview Report on Environmental Sanitation – Volume 1. Solid Waste – Bangalore Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation Master Plan Project” AusAid (January,2002) 4. Bangalore Report–“Stakeholder Analysis”, Jeroen Ijgosse, WASTE, Netherlands (March 2003) 5. BATF Summit 2003 (July, 2003) 6. “Baseline Document” prepared by ISWM Working Group- Bangalore ( October, 2004) 52 Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Bangalore, India Lessons learnt from the UWEP programme WASTE, December 2004.

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