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GHMC GUIDELINES FOR USING MODERN TECHNOLOGY FOR CLEANING OF ROADS

Hyderabad,  Dr.B.Janardhan Reddy, Commissioner, GHMC given certain guidelines and clear instructions to all the ZCs, DCs, AMOHs to utilize the modernized equipments with technological arrangements.

He said roads be taken up in a systematic way and also to personally monitor and to check these regularly and recommend for payment only after verification against these guidelines.

           Following are guidelines to GHMC officials for cleaning of roads that include: Sweeping machines should be able to sweep the road, street etc. at an average speed of 6 km/l, the equipment should have a dust collector container of minimum 5.00 Cu. m. with water tank provision, the equipment should have best technological arrangement to ensure that the dust content in the exhaust air, from machine is less than the existing / prevailing pollution control norms.

           The equipment should be able to sweep an overall width of minimum 3000 mm in one sweep / suction, the entire sweeping operation like lowering and raising of side brushes nozzle, operating of sweeping brushes etc. should be hydraulic / pneumatic actuated.

The sweeper should be designed in such a way so that during travel in the sweeping mode, the vehicle is able to travel at a sweeping speed of 6 km/h. The sweeper should be capable of traveling at its normal / specified travel speed, when going for dumping /discharge of collected material, The machine should have a wandering hose of 4 m length for cleaning any heaps in inaccessible areas, The vacuum suction system should incorporate a cyclonic separator OR other requisite system and required mechanism for filtration system for efficient, trouble free easy to maintain & to ensure that the suction efficiency of the machine is not affected at any time during sweeping, due to dust load and meeting statutory PM-I0 Pollution Control Norms and the machine should be self-sufficient in all aspects including cleaning of dust load, during sweeping operation – with or without spray of water.
10. Machine must be able to handle both wet & dry type of waste without any  trouble.

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