Akanksha Enterprises awarded contract for bio mining of waste dump
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Akanksha Enterprises awarded contract for bio mining of waste dump

Karnal-based Akanksha Enterprises was awarded the contract for the bio-mining of the landfill site’s legacy waste dump. Anindita Mitra, Municipal Commissioner, stated that the agency has received the letter of intent for submission of the performance bank guarantee and that bio-mining work will begin in the first week of September 2022.

According to Mitra, the agency has promised to process the waste within six months. With the completion of this project, not only will the issue of offensive odor be resolved, but incidents of fire will also be eliminated. Residents in the area will feel a great sense of relief because their request will be met within the next 18 months.

She asserted that Dadumajra Colony has one waste disposal site spread across 45 acres of land with two dumps of waste totaling 5 lakh metric tonne and 8 lakh metric tonne, covering 16 acre and 8 acre of land, respectively. The residents of Dadumajra Colony, who live close by, have experienced inconvenience as a result of these garbage dumps. She claimed that a bad odor coming from the dump had made life worse for the locals.

Karnal-based Akanksha Enterprises was awarded the contract for the bio-mining of the landfill site’s legacy waste dump. Anindita Mitra, Municipal Commissioner, stated that the agency has received the letter of intent for submission of the performance bank guarantee and that bio-mining work will begin in the first week of September 2022. According to Mitra, the agency has promised to process the waste within six months. With the completion of this project, not only will the issue of offensive odor be resolved, but incidents of fire will also be eliminated. Residents in the area will feel a great sense of relief because their request will be met within the next 18 months. She asserted that Dadumajra Colony has one waste disposal site spread across 45 acres of land with two dumps of waste totaling 5 lakh metric tonne and 8 lakh metric tonne, covering 16 acre and 8 acre of land, respectively. The residents of Dadumajra Colony, who live close by, have experienced inconvenience as a result of these garbage dumps. She claimed that a bad odor coming from the dump had made life worse for the locals.

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