BBMP asks Bengalureans to adopt 9 steps for Cleaner City

BBMP asks Bengalureans to adopt 9 steps for Cleaner City

Submitted by Newseditor on Fri, 2015-11-27 17:03 Bengaluru: Brihat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has asked the Bangaloreans to opt for nine steps to keep the city cleaner. BBMP gave this advice while kickstarting a Mobile Van Campaign to promote garbage segregation in the city.The Mayor of BBMP Manjunath Reddy flagged off the Mobile vans which had the banners and cutouts of BBMP and its stand on waste management in Bangalore.The BBMP has asked the Bangaloreans to adopt the steps such as to keep two bins everywhere to separate dry and wet wastage. Vegetables, fruit, flowers and food wastages to be kept at wet wastage bins. Medical wastages, diapers to be packed in paper and to be marked the sign “X”.Both wet and dry wastages to be handed over to the civic workers. Paper, plastic glass, rubber, metal, cloth, leather, rexin and other kinds of dry wastage to be dumped in dry bins. Dry wastages to be handed over to civic workers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.Wet wastages to be converted into the simple manure. Garbage not to be dumped on the streets, sewage, electric poles and empty site. And wastage to be dumped at dumping yard.Also the BBMP has planned to penalise the citizens who fail to separate wet and dry wastage.