Five stations are set up for waste disposal

Composting unit.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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Garbage disposal efforts began on the Ambikapur lines in Chhattisgarh

Bareilly. Waste disposal began at the stations after Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh. In order to improve the cleanliness of the city, five stations were initially selected. If the model is successful, it will be implemented throughout the Group.
The other city commissioner Ajit Kumar Singh said that a decentralized waste disposal system will be in place according to this model. In the first phase, five stations were selected as an experiment. A cluster was set up on each of these stations. Wet-dry separation and composting plants are being built in the cluster. An additional community commissioner said women who run the family by picking up rubbish will be trapped in it. You will be registered with the city administration and will also receive benefits from other government programs. He said that until now these women have been picking up the scrap and selling it in the big scrap shops in town. Because of this, they cannot get the right price. We’ll get them better than what we’re getting here. The first phase involved Indiranagar, Awas Vikas, Rampur Bagh, Janakpuri and Bhud.

Fertilizer is produced and used on the station itself

Compost manure is made from the fruit and vegetable waste that comes from the kitchen and vegetable market. Your income will also be donated to women. This fertilizer is given to those who plant greenery in the church. This means that the waste coming from the station is disposed of at the same station and also used at the same station.

What is the Ambikapur model?

The garbage is picked up from house to house underneath. Garbage is separated. Then the solid waste is scientifically disposed of. This is done through the formation of community-based self-help groups for waste management.

Garbage disposal efforts began on the Ambikapur lines in Chhattisgarh

Bareilly. Waste disposal began at the stations after Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh. In order to improve the cleanliness of the city, five stations were initially selected. If the model is successful, it will be implemented throughout the Group.

The other city commissioner Ajit Kumar Singh said that a decentralized waste disposal system will be in place according to this model. In the first phase, five stations were selected as an experiment. A cluster was set up on each of these stations. Wet-dry separation and composting plants are being built in the cluster. An additional community commissioner said women who run the family by picking up rubbish will be trapped in it. You will be registered with the city administration and will also receive benefits from other government programs. He said that until now these women have been picking up the scrap and selling it in the big scrap shops in town. Because of this, they cannot get the right price. We’ll get them better than what we’re getting here. The first phase involved Indiranagar, Awas Vikas, Rampur Bagh, Janakpuri and Bhud.

Fertilizer is produced and used on the station itself

Compost manure is made from the fruit and vegetable waste that comes from the kitchen and vegetable market. Your income will also be donated to women. This fertilizer is given to those who plant greenery in the church. This means that the waste coming from the station is disposed of at the same station and also used at the same station.

What is the Ambikapur model?

The garbage is picked up from house to house underneath. Garbage is separated. Then the solid waste is scientifically disposed of. This is done through the formation of community-based self-help groups for waste management.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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