Indore (Geetkar Damodar Virmaal) For the seventh time, public representatives and administrative officers from different states/cities of the country are coming to see the cleanliness and solid waste management of Indore city, number one in cleanliness. In this sequence, Deputy Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Government, Mr. Arun Sao. Today, under the Solid Waste Management of Indore, 400 TPD Mechanized MRF Plant, 550 TPD Bio CNG Plant, 100 TPD C & D Waste Processing Plant, Waste Biomediation Site and various plants located at Devguradia Teaching Ground were inspected. On this occasion, Additional Commissioner Mr. Siddharth Jain, Superintending Engineer Mr. Mahesh Sharma and others were present.
On this occasion, Additional Commissioner Shri Siddharth Jain, while giving detailed information about the cleanliness campaign of Indore through a presentation, told that how in the past there used to be dustbins at various places in Indore, around which dustbins were found. After this, under the cleanliness campaign, Indore started door to door garbage collection vehicles as a pilot project in the identified wards of the city, which were monitored through GPS system, making Indore free from garbage bins. It is being said that all the garbage collection vehicles are working in their work area on their scheduled route and time. How to make the city ODF free, earlier wet and dry garbage was collected, now 6 types of garbage are being collected on the lines of 6 bins every day. Detailed information was given regarding bag bank, utensil bank, disposal free area, zero waste event, zero waste wedding, drain cleaning campaign, drain cricket, drain medical checkup, drain football, drain dangal and other activities. Also, how is the waste collected from door to door waste collection vehicles being transported to the Garbage Waste Transfer Station, how is this segregated waste processed in the Decentralized Material Recovery Plant and Dry Waste Processing Plant, Compost Plant at the training ground. going.
Along with this, while giving detailed information about the biogas plant under construction at the Teaching Ground, he said that this is the biggest biogas CNG plant in Asia, where biogas is being produced from wet waste and is being used in public transport.