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Published: 11th July 2013 09:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th July 2013 09:26 AM   |  A+A-

The Corporation is set to install galvanised iron dustbins at public places in response to incidences of plastic bins being set ablaze by the public and anti-socials.

Around 200 tonnes of wastes is produced by local bodies across the city every day. Under the Solid Waste Management Scheme (SWM) in the city, the corporation allocated funds for the purchase of dustbins, lorries and other vehicles to transport waste to the dumpyards.   However, several plastic bins were set on fire by locals, adversely affecting solid waste management in the city.

Following this, the Corporation purchased 75 galvanised iron bins, each at a cost of Rs 60,000. The bins have been stored at the old corporation building till they are distributed.

Around 200 tonnes of wastes is produced by local bodies across the city every day. Under the Solid Waste Management Scheme (SWM) in the city, the corporation allocated funds for the purchase of dustbins, lorries and other vehicles to transport waste to the dumpyards.   However, several plastic bins were set on fire by locals, adversely affecting solid waste management in the city.

Following this, the Corporation purchased 75 galvanised iron bins, each at a Following this, the Corporation



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