RRR Centers Aim to Reduce Waste in Nagaland
WATER & WASTE

RRR Centers Aim to Reduce Waste in Nagaland

In a significant step towards promoting sustainable waste management practices, RRR (reduce, reuse, recycle) centres were launched in various parts of Nagaland. The Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) in collaboration with Kohima Smart City Development Limited initiated the 'Meri Life Mera Swachh Shehar' campaign, introducing RRR centres in six wards. Additionally, Aboi Town Council in Mon district and Longleng Town Council also established similar centres in their respective areas.

At the launch of the centres in Kohima, Deputy Commissioner Shanavas C highlighted the pressing issue of increasing waste production that is outpacing the city's population. He emphasised the need for sustainable development and urged all stakeholders to create awareness in their communities, promoting a sense of civic responsibility and environmental consciousness.

KMC Administrator T Lanusenla Longkumer stated that the primary objective of the RRR centres is to create a cleaner and healthier environment, ultimately improving the quality of life for citizens. She also announced that the top three performing RRR centres under KMC would be recognised and awarded.

In Aboi town, Aboi Town Council Administrator Phuleshe K Yepthomi launched the RRR centres, emphasising the importance of recycling and reusing waste materials to reduce overall waste production. He encouraged the town's residents to adopt the RRR approach, not just for the present but also for the future.

Similarly, in Longleng town, Longleng Town Council Administrator Alongdhimen Jamir inaugurated the RRR centres. These centres serve as comprehensive solutions for citizens, promoting sustainable waste management practices and contributing to a cleaner and greener town.

The launch of the RRR centres is a positive step towards promoting sustainable waste management practices in Nagaland. These centres will provide a convenient and accessible way for citizens to dispose of their waste in a sustainable manner. The centres will also help to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill, which will benefit the environment.

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In a significant step towards promoting sustainable waste management practices, RRR (reduce, reuse, recycle) centres were launched in various parts of Nagaland. The Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) in collaboration with Kohima Smart City Development Limited initiated the 'Meri Life Mera Swachh Shehar' campaign, introducing RRR centres in six wards. Additionally, Aboi Town Council in Mon district and Longleng Town Council also established similar centres in their respective areas. At the launch of the centres in Kohima, Deputy Commissioner Shanavas C highlighted the pressing issue of increasing waste production that is outpacing the city's population. He emphasised the need for sustainable development and urged all stakeholders to create awareness in their communities, promoting a sense of civic responsibility and environmental consciousness. KMC Administrator T Lanusenla Longkumer stated that the primary objective of the RRR centres is to create a cleaner and healthier environment, ultimately improving the quality of life for citizens. She also announced that the top three performing RRR centres under KMC would be recognised and awarded. In Aboi town, Aboi Town Council Administrator Phuleshe K Yepthomi launched the RRR centres, emphasising the importance of recycling and reusing waste materials to reduce overall waste production. He encouraged the town's residents to adopt the RRR approach, not just for the present but also for the future. Similarly, in Longleng town, Longleng Town Council Administrator Alongdhimen Jamir inaugurated the RRR centres. These centres serve as comprehensive solutions for citizens, promoting sustainable waste management practices and contributing to a cleaner and greener town. The launch of the RRR centres is a positive step towards promoting sustainable waste management practices in Nagaland. These centres will provide a convenient and accessible way for citizens to dispose of their waste in a sustainable manner. The centres will also help to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill, which will benefit the environment. Also Read BPCL to match Brazilian offers for Videocon's oil basins Government to introduce amendment bill to auction offshore minerals

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