UP team visits Indore to study solid waste management
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UP team visits Indore to study solid waste management

To ensure better solid waste management in all urban areas of the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to follow the practices of the civic authorities of Indore, which has consecutively bagged the top spot in the country’s cleanliness index.

Last week, a team studied Indore’s strategy to dispose of solid waste. During its two-day visit to Indore, the team also visited Asia’s largest bio-CNG plant located at the city’s trenching ground, according to a government communique.

The UP team that went to Indore included the representatives of the urban bodies of Mathura-Vrindavan, Jhansi, Aligarh, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Farrukhabad, Kushinagar, Ekdil Nagar, Moradabad, and Gorakhpur. State chief secretary Durga Shankar Mishra and Neha Sharma, director of the Swachh Bharat Mission of Uttar Pradesh, were also part of the team. They also visited Indore’s control command centre.

Following the visit, the officials said UP too plans to set up bio-CNG plants with a capacity to process 300-400 tonnes of wet waste in several cities.

See also:
After C&D plant protests, Nashik to create green buffer zone
Lucknow inks MoU for bio-CNG plant in PPP mode


To ensure better solid waste management in all urban areas of the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to follow the practices of the civic authorities of Indore, which has consecutively bagged the top spot in the country’s cleanliness index. Last week, a team studied Indore’s strategy to dispose of solid waste. During its two-day visit to Indore, the team also visited Asia’s largest bio-CNG plant located at the city’s trenching ground, according to a government communique. The UP team that went to Indore included the representatives of the urban bodies of Mathura-Vrindavan, Jhansi, Aligarh, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Farrukhabad, Kushinagar, Ekdil Nagar, Moradabad, and Gorakhpur. State chief secretary Durga Shankar Mishra and Neha Sharma, director of the Swachh Bharat Mission of Uttar Pradesh, were also part of the team. They also visited Indore’s control command centre. Following the visit, the officials said UP too plans to set up bio-CNG plants with a capacity to process 300-400 tonnes of wet waste in several cities. See also: After C&D plant protests, Nashik to create green buffer zoneLucknow inks MoU for bio-CNG plant in PPP mode

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