The major temples in Coimbatore will be our focus,” said Ashok.
“If required, we will add a staff member to ensure source segregation, shredding and composting at temples.”
We want to create awareness among devotees about disposing biodegradable waste like food, flowers and fruits into the specific bin.
We have tied up with Exnora International to find ways to handle temple waste,” project head BR Ashok said.All temples will be provided with at least two large garbage bins under the project.
Coimbatore: The garbage yard behind the Perur Temple may disappear soon, thanks to the ambitious ‘Green Cover Project’ of the Hindu religious and charitable endowments (HR&CE) department.The department plans to implement the project at 40,000-odd temples across Tamil Nadu.
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