Indore Swachh Bharat learn about IMC's Solid Waste Management
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Indore Swachh Bharat learn about IMC's Solid Waste Management

On Sunday, a 13-member team of Swachh Bharat Mission administrative officers, along with public representatives from Aligarh, Jhansi, Vrindavan, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Farrukhabad, Kushinagar, and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh, visited various parts of the city and learned about the Indore Municipal Corporation's Solid Waste Management system. The team learned about door-to-door garbage collection, six-bin segregation, the garbage transfer station, the Devguradia trenching ground plant, CNG plant, waste processing plant, ICCC command centre, and other topics.

In a presentation, superintending engineer (IMC) Mahesh Sharma discussed how, in the past, there were garbage boxes at various locations in Indore and how, under the cleanliness campaign, Indore had freed itself of garbage bins by running door-to-door garbage collection vehicles in identified wards of the city, which was monitored through a GPS system. All garbage collection vehicles are working in their designated areas on their assigned routes and at their assigned times.

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On Sunday, a 13-member team of Swachh Bharat Mission administrative officers, along with public representatives from Aligarh, Jhansi, Vrindavan, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Farrukhabad, Kushinagar, and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh, visited various parts of the city and learned about the Indore Municipal Corporation's Solid Waste Management system. The team learned about door-to-door garbage collection, six-bin segregation, the garbage transfer station, the Devguradia trenching ground plant, CNG plant, waste processing plant, ICCC command centre, and other topics. In a presentation, superintending engineer (IMC) Mahesh Sharma discussed how, in the past, there were garbage boxes at various locations in Indore and how, under the cleanliness campaign, Indore had freed itself of garbage bins by running door-to-door garbage collection vehicles in identified wards of the city, which was monitored through a GPS system. All garbage collection vehicles are working in their designated areas on their assigned routes and at their assigned times. Also read: Investors concerned over delay in DESH Bill for SEZs WSB Real Estate invests Rs 1.65 bn in Sowparnika projects

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