Submitted by Subeditor on Tue, 2015-12-29 18:13 Bengaluru: Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has come up with a new plan to cop up with the garbage problem in the city which has been embarrassing the city administration for past several years. BBMP has decided to make the garbage segregation and other process nature friendly. BBMP has six garbage processing and segregation units at city outskirts such as Kannahalli, Doddabidarikal and other villages. For the development of six processing and segregation units BBMP has spent about Rs 200 crore and they have the capacity of 2200 tons of both wet and dry wastes. While visiting Kannahalli Wet Wastage segregation unit and Doddabidarikal processing unit here on Tuesday, BBMP Commissioner Kumar G Naik said, “BBMP has adopted a unique concept to mitigate the problem of garbage processing. It will be nature- friendly initiative and several measures have taken to ensure cleanliness.” BBMP will look after the maintenance of the units. The contract has been given to the private participants in order to manage the load and convert it into the dry fuel and compost form. So this is going to be the most unique initiative taken by us in order to prevent the pollution in coming days, he added.