TABLE OF CONTENTS
 

SECTION 1   INTRODUCTION[ PDF: 147 kb | 4 Page]

SECTION 2     SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EGYPT[ PDF: 34.3 kb | 9 Page]

2.0    INTRODUCTION
2.1    GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL AND ECONOMICAL
2.2     THE ENVIRONMENT
2.3     SOLID WASTES
       2.3.1   Introduction
       2.3.2 Waste Generated and for Disposal Urban and Rural
       2.3.3 Waste Characteristics
       2.3.4 Waste Collection
       2.3.5 Treatment and Disposal
       2.3.6 The Private/Informal Sector
2.4 CONCLUSION

SECTION 3     LAWS AND REGULATIONS ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT[ PDF: 12 kb | 2 Page]

SECTION 4         CURRENT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE GOVERNORATE OF DAKAHLEYA[ PDF: 128 kb | 27 Page]

4.0   INTRODUCTION
4.1  INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE OF WASTE COLLECTION
4.2   TECHNICAL DETAILS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

4.2.1   Waste Generation
4.2.2     Waste Collection
4.2.3     Transportation
4.2.4     Recycling and Recovery
4.2.5     Final Disposal
4.2.6     Hazardous Wastes
4.3    FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
4.3.1   Funding Sources for Solid Waste Managemen
4.3.2     Expenditure on Solid Waste Management
4.3.3     Private Sector Involvement
4.4    SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
 4.4.1  Stakeholders in Solid Waste Management
 4.4.2    Solid Waste Management Issues Raised by Stakeholders
 4.4.3    Social Issues Related to Solid Waste Management


SECTION 5         KEY ISSUES[ PDF: 18.8 kb | 6 Page]

5.0    INTRODUCTION
5.1    IDENTIFYING KEY ISSUES

SECTION 6     SOLID DEMONSTRATION AND COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS[ PDF: 51.5 kb | 13 Page]

6.0    INTRODUCTION
6.1    CRITERIA USED IN IDENTIFYING PROJECTS
6.2    OVERVIEW OF DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS

6.2.1 Remediation of Burning Dumpsite - Mansoura, Governorate of Dakahleya
6.2.2 150 tpd Compost Plant - Mansoura, Governorate of Dakahleya
6.2.3 Waste Collection, Transfer and Disposal - Sohag City, Governorate of Sohag
6.2.4 Solid Waste Collection - El Kawther Industrial Zone, Governorate of Sohag
6.3   OVERVIEW OF COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS
 6.3.1 Developing a District-Community Partnership for Solid Waste Collection in
          Kolongeel Village, Governorate of Dakahleya
 6.3.2 A Community-Based Solid Waste Collection Service in Gedelah Village,
          Governorate of Dakahleya
 6.3.3 Solid Waste Collection in Bardees Village, Governorate of Sohag
6.4  STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
 6.4.1 Participation and Awareness-Raising in Dakahleya Governorate
 6.4.2 Participation and Awareness-Raising in Sohag Governorate
6.5     CONCLUSION

SECTION 7  SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR THE GOVERNORATE OF DAKAHLEYA[ PDF: 51.6 kb | 13 Page]

7.0     INTRODUCTION
7.1   AIM AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES OF THE STRATEGY
7.2    OBJECTIVE 1: UPGRADE WASTE COLLECTION AND TRANSFER
7.3   OBJECTIVE 2: IMPROVE WASTE DISPOSAL AND TREATMENT
7.4   OBJECTIVE 3: REDUCE WASTE AND MAXIMISE WASTE RECOVERY
7.5   OBJECTIVE 4: IMPROVE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
7.6    OBJECTIVE 5: ACHIEVE SUSTAINABILITY AND COST RECOVERY
7.7    OBJECTIVE 6: STRENGTHEN INSTITUTIONAL AND ORGANISATIONAL CAPACITY
7.8    OBJECTIVE 7: INCREASE INVOLVEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS AND RAISE AWARENESS

SECTION 8     IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES[ PDF: 63 kb | 18 Page]

8.0    INTRODUCTION
8.1    PRIORITY ISSUES

8.1.1   Technical Priorities
8.1.2     Geographical Priorities
8.2    DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
  8.2.1  Introduction
  8.2.2    Project Proposals
  8.2.3    Phasing of Demonstration Projects
APPENDIX A:     EXAMPLES OF CURRENT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE
                       GOVERNORATE OF DAKAHLEYA[ PDF: 50.4 kb | 17 Page]