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Waste woes: BMC seeks plans

DNMUM427591 | 12/7/2018 | Author : Amit Srivastava | WC :369

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Civic agency asks assistant commissioners to submit waste management strategy for 12 months

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration has sought a plan for city’s waste management in new year. The civic chief has directed assistant commissioners of 24 wards to submit their plans within a month’s time on how they will reduce garbage generation and manage at source. At present, the city generates around 7,500 metric tonnes of garbage everyday.
Civic chief Ajoy Mehta, early this week, directed assistant commissioners of all 24 wards to prepare plan on how they will manage waste in their respective ward and submit the plans within a month. “All assistant commissioners have to prepare a monthly plan and set a target that has to be achieved on a monthly basis,” said a senior official from the Solid Waste Ma
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