GHMC to Supply Garbage Bins for Waste Segregation at Source

Published: 29th July 2015 06:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th July 2015 06:33 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  With Telangana Government issuing orders for procurement of garbage bins of 12 litres capacity for segregation of dry non-biodegradable/ recyclable waste) and wet (bio-degradable waste) at source level (household level) in city limits, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has invited tender from agencies for supply and delivery of 44,04,568 garbage bins.

GHMC officials said the civic body will supply two bins of green and blue colour to each house to segregate and collect wet and dry waste respectively under Swachh Hyderabad programme.

The bins to be procured would have the approval of Central Institute  of Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET) approved virgin grade Polypropyline Copolymer (PPCP) or High Density Polyethyline (HDPE) material manufactured from injection mould process.

The  material would have high impact strength and will be without sharp corners  or welds. According to GHMC, the bins will be unbreakable, robust, reusable, washable, chemical and UV resistant, blended with stabilizers, anti-corrosive, non toxic and self embossed with GHMC logo at the bottom  along with characters slogan. The bin will be without lid and handle.

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