Agra Nagar Nigam Mayor Naveen Jain said March 31st free of Storege Garbage

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Agra

Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 9:53 AM IST

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The mayor said the door-to-door garbage collection problems should be eliminated and, in any case, arrangements should be improved within three months. As the door-to-door garbage collection gets better, the job of removing the dumps also gets better.

Agras Mayor Naveen Jain
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After three to four days instead of daily, Mayor Naveen Jain has announced again that the city will be cleared of Dumpghar by March 31st. After news of the rotting of the rubbish in Amar Ujala was released, the mayor held a meeting with City Commissioner Nikhil T. Finds and Health Authorities, during which instructions were given to create a three-month monsoon cleanup schedule and door-to-door shut improve rubbish collection regulations. The mayor has given strict instructions to take the garbage from the dumps every day.Mayor Naveen Jain called city officials amid the questions raised about the cleanliness system and asked them for a monsoon waste disposal action plan. The mayor said the door-to-door garbage collection problems should be eliminated and, in any case, arrangements should be improved within three months. As the door-to-door garbage collection gets better, the job of removing the dumps also gets better. The waste from the house is sent directly to the Kuberpur landfill.

Clean up 300+ garbage dumps every day
Mayor Naveen Jain said there are more than 300 large and small garbage dumps in the city. Even after cleaning at night, there are a few dirt stains. Animals scatter the garbage from the dumps on the streets. Disease is also accompanied by putrefaction in the rain, so work seriously on the Agra dump. Until then, pick up the rubbish every day. Community commissioner Nikhil T Funde told the mayor that up to 70 percent of garbage is collected in 6 districts near the Taj. 53 percent of the waste comes from households, 24 percent from kitchens, 23 percent from businesses and restaurants.

Efforts are being made to clear Agra City Dumpghar by March 31st. A three-month plan has been put in place to better organize door-to-door garbage collection across the city so that garbage is picked up from the house itself rather than reaching the dump. With the rubbish rotting for 3 months of rain, there will be no outbreak of malodor and disease- Naveen Jain, Mayor

It is planned to take the garbage out of the house separately and send it directly to the landfill yard so that the garbage does not end up in the landfill houses. As a result, the stray animals cannot distribute the rubbish and the dirt is also not seen. By order of the mayor, the city will be liberated from Dumpghar by March 31st. Nikhil T Funde, municipal commissioner

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After three to four days instead of daily, Mayor Naveen Jain has announced again that the city will be cleared of Dumpghar by March 31st. After news of the rotting of the rubbish in Amar Ujala was released, the mayor held a meeting with City Commissioner Nikhil T. Finds and Health Authorities, during which instructions were given to create a three-month monsoon cleanup schedule and door-to-door shut improve rubbish collection regulations. The mayor has given strict instructions to take the garbage from the dumps every day.

Mayor Naveen Jain called city officials amid the questions raised about the cleanliness system and asked them for a monsoon waste disposal action plan. The mayor said the door-to-door garbage collection problems should be eliminated and, in any case, arrangements should be improved within three months. As the door-to-door garbage collection gets better, the job of removing the dumps also gets better. The waste from the house is sent directly to the Kuberpur landfill.

Clean up 300+ garbage dumps every day

Mayor Naveen Jain said there are more than 300 large and small garbage dumps in the city. Even after cleaning at night there is a lot of dirt. Animals scatter garbage from dumps on the streets. Disease is also accompanied by putrefaction in the rain, so work seriously on the Agra dump. Until then, pick up the rubbish every day. Community commissioner Nikhil T Funde told the mayor that up to 70 percent of garbage is collected in 6 districts near the Taj. 53 percent of the waste comes from households, 24 percent from kitchens, 23 percent from businesses and restaurants.

Efforts are being made to clear Agra City Dumpghar by March 31st. A three-month plan has been put in place to better organize door-to-door garbage collection across the city so that garbage is picked up from the house itself rather than reaching the dump. With the rubbish rotting for 3 months of rain, there will be no outbreak of malodor and disease- Naveen Jain, Mayor

It is planned to take the garbage out of the house separately and send it directly to the landfill yard so that the garbage does not end up in the landfill houses. As a result, the stray animals cannot distribute the rubbish and the dirt is also not seen. By order of the mayor, the city will be liberated from Dumpghar by March 31st. Nikhil T Funde, municipal commissioner

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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