Residents urged to hand over scrap

Residents urged to hand over scrap
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GHMC Malkajgiri circle deputy commissioner T Dasharath appealed people to make use of 10D Recylothon and hand over scrap and disposable items such as broken furniture, plastic and iron scrap, matresses and other items.

Malkajgiri: GHMC Malkajgiri circle deputy commissioner T Dasharath appealed people to make use of 10D Recylothon and hand over scrap and disposable items such as broken furniture, plastic and iron scrap, matresses and other items.

He was speaking at a programme conducted as part of 10D Recyclothon, a special drive to collect scrap and disposable items from residents, here at Sainikpuri on Thursday. He said that scrap was being collected in Sainikpuri and Deendayal Nagar colonies as part of special drive and urged people to make best use of the opportunity to get rid of their scrap.

The Deputy Commissioner said that area beside Mallikarjun Nagar railway station was cleaned by sanitation workers. After cleaning, colony residents were advised to keep their surroundings clean and asked them not to dump waste in public places.

Residents were also advised to segregate their waste into wet and dry garbage before they hand it over to garbage collectors. He said that action would be taken against those who litter plastic bags and other disposable items on the roads. Sanitation supervisors, sanitation staff, colony residents Achut Rao, Karunakar and others participated in the programme.

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