Udaipur Municipal Corporation Removed 11 Garbage Points from the City

Udaipur Municipal Corporation Removed 11 Garbage Points from the City

Municipal Corporation has launched a seven-day public awareness campaign...

 
Garbage Points Removed

In a proactive move towards enhancing the cleanliness of the city, the Municipal Corporation of Udaipur has recently removed 11 garbage points out of the 156 previously designated areas. This strategic step aims to curb littering and uphold sanitation standards across the city's 70 wards.

Municipal Commissioner Ramprakash disclosed that the garbage points, located in various areas including Dowd Hall, Mukherjee Chowk, Eklavya Colony, Ara Machine, and others, have been completely eliminated. Consequently, stringent measures will be enforced under the Municipal Council Act against any individuals found littering in these areas.

Moreover, as part of a comprehensive approach to waste management, the Municipal Corporation has launched a seven-day public awareness campaign. Starting Wednesday, councilors will embark on educating residents in their respective wards about the importance of segregating wet and dry waste at the household level.

During this campaign, councilors will actively engage with residents, providing guidance and raising awareness about the proper disposal of waste materials. Through grassroots efforts, the Municipal Corporation aims to foster a culture of responsible waste management among the citizens of Udaipur.

This initiative underscores the municipality's commitment to creating a cleaner, healthier environment for all residents. By addressing key issues such as waste disposal and public awareness, the Municipal Corporation of Udaipur is taking significant strides towards building a sustainable and hygienic cityscape. 

Source: Rajasthan Patrika

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