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Waste mgmt: Soc shows the way

DNMUM392683 | 7/18/2017 | Author : Virat A Singh | WC :306

90% of residents of one of the biggest co-op housing societies has started the process in earnest

Nirmala Khanolkar a 67-year-old resident of Abhinav Nagar in Borivli (E) who has diligently been practicing waste segregation for the past five years would fret while handing over the waste to BMC, saying she has seen them mixing the dry and wet waste while transporting it. However, her smile is back as her society is among the first to tell BMC that from this month, they will be managing their own waste.
One of the biggest co-operative housing societies in the city spread over 32 acres and housing 200 bungalows with around 700 families, the management of Abhinav Nagar Co-operative Housing Society has initiated full-fledged waste segregation in its complex since July 15, and already 90 per cent of residents have started segregating was
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