Boildup The Solid Weste Manegemenet plant in Ksaganj from 6 coror – preparation of waste management at a cost of six crores

Kasganj The disposal of garbage from the city is planned for six crore rupees. Previously there was a plan to build a plant in the village of Himmatpur, but now the work plan has been changed and the plant is now being built in the village of Jhawar. Before the plant was made, soil samples were sent to the laboratory to determine if the soil was fertile or useful for the plant.
The municipality has drawn up a plan for the disposal of solid waste. As part of this, waste from the cities of Kasganj, Soron and Ganjadundwara will be recycled. The administration facility will be ready. The purpose of this facility is that the wet waste is separated and the dry waste is recycled separately. Then compost manure is made from the waste.
This will stop the pollution from this waste, and compost fertilizer will also increase the fertility of fertile land. So far, an action plan has been drawn up for this facility in the village of Himmatpur Sahi in the Kasganj area, but now the proposal has been removed from there. Now land in Jhawar village has been selected, but prior to the acquisition of selected land, Soil Sampling Lab you have been sent to make it clear how fertile the land is and how many bacteria there are. At first glance, the municipality has almost decided that this land is suitable for a waste disposal facility.
Officials made a plan, sent a proposal
The chief engineer of the Lavkush Gupta community, sub-engineer Dharmendra Kumar, also conducted a terrestrial survey of this land and, after reviewing it, proposed his car plan and sent it to the government. This enables the preliminary process to be started as soon as the soil samples are reported.
Data view
3 municipalities will manage waste
Plant to be built at a cost of Rs 6 crores
Work plan for the plant on 2 hectares of land
execution
The waste from the municipalities of Kasganj, Soron and Ganjadundwara is recycled and then compost compost is processed in the waste disposal facility. An action plan is currently being drawn up for the plant and soil samples have been sent to the laboratory. Lavkush Gupta, managing director.

Kasganj The disposal of garbage from the city is planned for six crore rupees. Previously there was a plan to build a plant in the village of Himmatpur, but now the work schedule has been changed and the plant is now being built in the village of Jhawar. Before the plant was made, soil samples were sent to the laboratory to determine if the soil was fertile or useful for the plant.

The municipality has drawn up a plan for the disposal of solid waste. Among them, waste from the cities of Kasganj, Soron and Ganjadundwara is recycled. The administration facility will be ready. The purpose of this facility is that the wet waste is separated and the dry waste is recycled separately. Then compost manure is made from the waste.

This will stop the pollution from this waste, and compost fertilizer will also increase the fertility of fertile land. So far an action plan has been drawn up for this plant in the village of Himmatpur to the right of Kasganj, but now the proposal has been removed from there. Now, land in Jhawar village has been selected, but prior to acquiring selected land, Soil Sampling Laboratory You were sent to make it clear how fertile the land is and how many bacteria there are. At first glance, the municipality has almost decided that this land is suitable for a waste disposal facility.

Officials made a plan, sent a proposal

The chief executive of the Lavkush Gupta community, Under Engineer Dharmendra Kumar, also conducted a terrestrial survey of this land and, after reviewing it, proposed a proposal for his car plan and sent it to the government. This enables the pre-run process to be started as soon as the soil samples are reported.

Data view

3 municipalities will manage waste

Plant to be built at a cost of Rs 6 crores

Work plan for the plant on 2 hectares of land

execution

The waste from the municipalities of Kasganj, Soron and Ganjadundwara is recycled and then compost compost is processed in the waste disposal facility. An action plan is currently being drawn up for the plant and soil samples have been sent to the laboratory. Lavkush Gupta, managing director.

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