Big housing societies get 3 months extension to plan their own waste management system

  • | Thursday | 12th July, 2018

If my tower can plan to go zero waste, I am sure others societies, too, can However, we welcome the guardian minister's stay on this order as it is the TMC's responsibility to collect citizens’ waste and they are dumping it on citizens, which is not in the ambit of the law. My society has five towers, and if my tower can go zero waste, I am sure the other four which have the same space and money can do so too.”“This rebellion of some societies coupled with the postponement of the initiative is discouraging those who were initially interesting in managing their own waste too,” she added.All the 18 buildings in our complex manage their own wet waste. We appreciate the fact that he will be hosting a discussion on this topic with society representatives later the month.”Meanwhile, citizen activist Dr. Lata Ghanshamnani, said, “The TMC does not have the infrastructure and manpower to manage the entire city's waste, and even if it is their responsibility we can do our bit and pitch in as responsible citizens. However, we welcome the guardian minister's stay on this order as it is the TMC's responsibility to collect citizens’ waste and they are dumping it on citizens, which is not in the ambit of the lawThe TMC does not have the infrastructure and manpower to manage the entire city's waste, and even if it is their responsibility we can do our bit and pitch in as responsible citizens.

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