June 5 will mark as segregation day for distributing dustbins by MC. Segregation day will be marked with the installation of around 10,000 dustbins in Sarabha Nagar located in model ward of city. To streamline the irregular lifting and mess created due to garbage system, biodegradable and non-biodegradable dustbins will be distributed in different installments at different areas across the city.Funds are being pumped through Swachh Bharat Mission, A to Z, Municipal Corporation and other sponsors to make this installation of dustbin mission successful. Officials of MC claimed that June 5 will be segregation day for dustbins.
Dustbins are two colors including green and blue, green dustbins are used to collect wet waste and blue dustbins will carry dry waste. With the motive to truncate the littering problem across the city, process of installation of two different types of dustbins is going to install across the city.Four years back, MC has started his innovative step to distribute the dustbins across the city but the whole mission as failed as the dustbins were not of good quality. Four years back mission was not successful and now MC is again going to distribute the dustbins at different areas of city.
City resident Rupinder Kaur said, “This is very good initiative of Municipal Corporation and this would help in future to reduce the littering in open place and this would truncate the garbage problem in our city”.
Dr Charanjit Singh Uppal, health officer said, “There two types of dustbins, blue and green and this bifurcation is for different dry and wet waste. In first installment around 10,000 dustbins will be distributed in Sarabha Nagar”.On contacted MC Commissioner Jaskiran Singh said, “This would be marked on June 5 as Segregation day and dustbins will be distributed among the residents and proper awareness would be given among the residents regarding the usage of these dustbins so that people can easily use this things”.
|Wet Waste under Green Dustbin||Dry Waste under Blue Dustbin|
|Food wastes of all kinds cooked and uncooked including eggshells and bones||Paper including newspaper and notebooks among others|
|Flower, fruit and waste including juice||Cardboard and cartoons|
|Vegetables peels||Containers and packaging of all kinds excluding hazardous materials|
|Household garden plant wastes||Compound packaging including tetra pack among others|
|Soiled paper including toilet paper, paper towel among others||Plastics|
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