Women Made Aware About Waste Management, Cleanliness

Women made aware about waste management, cleanlinessSaharanpur. Under the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, the Municipal Corporation organized workshops on Sunday in the National Muslim Academy of Uttarakhand Colony and Ward 64 located at Sau Futa Road. In this, women were made aware about waste management and cleanliness. Explain the disadvantages of using plastic. In the workshop organized in Uttarakhand Colony, City Health Officer Dr. Kunal Jain said that we can make ourselves physically healthy by adopting cleanliness. Polythene is making our life poisonous by contaminating water, air and land. Dr. Kunal inspired women to become self-dependent by adopting small scale industries through self-help groups. Chief Sanitation Inspector Amit Tomar said that we can remain healthy only when our surroundings are clean. He stressed on supporting door to door garbage collection and making home composting manure from organic kitchen waste. Women empowerment and solid waste management workshop was held at National Muslim Academy of Ward 64. Many women belonging to Mohalla Samiti took part. Chief Sanitation Inspector Inderpal and an NGO co-ordinator Mohammad Arsh informed about the management of wet and dry waste by collecting them separately. Sanitation Inspector Anand Kumar, Gulshan Khan, Amjad Khan etc. also addressed. Tabrez Afghan, Preeti Thakral, Asha Rani, Seema, Arshi, Savita, Farhana, Preeti Burman etc. were present.

Saharanpur made women aware about waste management, cleanliness. Under the Mission Shakti Abhiyan, the Municipal Corporation organized workshops on Sunday in the National Muslim Academy of Uttarakhand Colony and Ward 64 located at Sau Futa Road. In this, women were made aware about waste management and cleanliness. Explain the disadvantages of using plastic. In the workshop organized in Uttarakhand Colony, City Health Officer Dr. Kunal Jain said that we can make ourselves physically healthy by adopting cleanliness. Polythene is making our life poisonous by contaminating water, air and land. Dr. Kunal inspired women to become self-dependent by adopting small scale industries through self-help groups. Chief Sanitation Inspector Amit Tomar said that we can remain healthy only when our surroundings are clean. He stressed on supporting door to door garbage collection and making home composting manure from organic kitchen waste. Women empowerment and solid waste management workshop was held at National Muslim Academy of Ward 64. Many women belonging to Mohalla Samiti took part. Chief Sanitation Inspector Inderpal and an NGO co-ordinator Mohammad Arsh informed about the management of wet and dry waste by collecting them separately. Sanitation Inspector Anand Kumar, Gulshan Khan, Amjad Khan etc. also addressed. Tabrez Afghan, Preeti Thakral, Asha Rani, Seema, Arshi, Savita, Farhana, Preeti Burman etc. were present. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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