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Make solid waste management people’s movement: Div Com to officers

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan Monday directed concerned officers and Deputy Commissioners to make Solid Waste Management (SWM) a people’s movement by taking the issues, concerns and management of solid waste to citizens at grass-root level.

According to an official spokesperson, the Divisional
Commissioner gave these directions while reviewing the implementation of SWM
under rules issued by Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate change.

The Divisional Commissioner also stressed on a massive
awareness campaign in association with communities, NGOs, students and other
stakeholders.

He directed all Deputy Commissioners to identify suitable
land in all areas which are falling under Municipal Committees for the Solid
Waste Management on scientific disposal and immediately furnish a report as per
prescribed proforma to the Divisional Commissioner’s office for necessary
action.

The Divisional Commissioner reiterated that government is
committed to segregate SWM on scientific lines so that inhabitants of the
capital city, towns and villages do not face any inconvenience and Kashmir will
become a pollution free zone.

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