SMC organizes awareness programme
WASTE SEGREGATION AT SOURCE
Srinagar, Feb 3: Continuing with its ambitious waste segregation at source programme, the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) on Sunday organized awareness camps at Chanapora area here.
In a statement, Media Officer SMC said the awareness programme was chaired by Joint Commissioner SMC Fayaz Ahmed Balla who interacted with locals regarding significance of waste segregation at source.
During the programme the colour coded bins both blue and green were distributed among the locals. Balla urged them to segregate the biodegradable and non biodegradable garbage at the household level where from the major portion of the waste material is generated in the city.
Meanwhile Commissioner SMC Dr Qasba has appealed people to provide their full support and cooperation for making this initiative successful.
“We are committed to provide rapid and best services to the people of Srinagar but for this we seek their precious support for helping us to make Srinagar green and clean,” Dr Qasba.
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