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6 Cities rated 5 Star, 65 Cities rated 3 Star and 70 Cities rated 1 Star rating of garbage free cities: Highlights with Details

6 Cities rated 5 Star, 65 Cities rated 3 Star and 70 Cities rated 1 Star rating of garbage free cities Highlights with Details
6 Cities rated 5 Star, 65 Cities rated 3 Star and 70 Cities rated 1 Star rating of garbage free cities: Highlights with Details

6 Cities rated 5 Star, 65 Cities rated 3 Star and 70 Cities rated 1 Star rating of garbage free cities: Highlights with Details

Hardeep S, Puri, Minister of State (I/C) for Housing and Urban Affairs, informed that for the assessment year 2019-2020, a total of six cities have been certified as 5-Star (Ambikapur, Rajkot, Surat, Mysuru, Indore and Navi Mumbai), 65 cities as 3-Star and 70 cities as 1-Star. While announcing the results of the Star Rating of Garbage Free Cities.

Minister Puri also launched the revised protocol for the Star Rating of Garbage Free Cities at the event. The Star Rating Protocol was launched by the Ministry in January 2018 to institutionalize a mechanism for cities to achieve Garbage Free status, and to motivate cities to achieve higher degrees of cleanliness.
The protocol has been devised in a holistic manner including components such as cleanliness of drains & water bodies, plastic waste management, managing construction & demolition waste, etc. which are critical drivers for achieving garbage free cities. While the key thrust of this protocol is on SWM, it also takes care of ensuring certain minimum standards of sanitation through a set of prerequisites defined in the framework.

In the recent phase of Star Rating Assessment, 1435 cities applied. During the assessments, 1.19 crore citizen feedbacks and over 10 lakh geo-tagged pictures were collected and 5175 solid waste processing plants were visited by 1210 field assessors. While 698 cities cleared the desktop assessment, 141 cities have been certified with Star Rating during field assessment.
Since its launch in 2014, Swachh Bharat Mission-Urban (SBM-U) has made significant progress in the area of both sanitation and solid waste management. Today, 4324 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) have been declared ODF (4204 certified ODF), 1306 cities certified ODF+ and 489 cities certified ODF++. Moreover, 66 lakhs individual household toilets and over 6 lakhs community/ public toilets have been constructed/ or are under construction. In the area of solid waste management, 96% of wards have 100% door-to door collection while 65% of the total waste generated is being processed.

Star Rating of Garbage Free Cities Given Below:

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5 Statr Cities: 


ULB Name
State
Final Rating
Ambikapur
Chhattisgarh
5 Star
Rajkot
Gujarat
5 Star
Surat
Gujarat
5 Star
Mysore
Karnataka
5 Star
Indore
Madhya Pradesh
5 Star
Navi Mumbai
Maharashtra
5 Star

3 Statr Cities: Top 6 Cities List


ULB Name
State
Final Rating
Tirupati
Andhra Pradesh
3 Star
Vijayawada
Andhra Pradesh
3 Star
Chandigarh
Chandigarh
3 Star
Bhilai Nagar 
Chandigarh
3 Star
Jashpur Nagar (M)
Chandigarh
3 Star
Narharpur (NP)
Chandigarh3 Star

1 Statr Cities: Top 6 Cities List


ULB Name
State
Final Rating
Chirala
Andhra Pradesh
1 Star
GVMC Visakhapatnam
Andhra Pradesh
1 Star
Palamaneru
Andhra Pradesh
1 Star
Sattenapalli
Andhra Pradesh
1 Star
Baramkela (NP)
Chhattisgarh
1 Star
Berla (NP)
Chhattisgarh 1 Star

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