GHMC asks residents to provide compost manure pits in colonies


Hyderabad, April.4 (NSS): Dr B. Janardhan Reddy, Commissioner, GHMC, appealed to all the citizens of the Gated Community Colonies in the GHMC limits to provide pits to produce compost manure at their colony level as well in the residential areas by the month end.

The Commissioner, GHMC held a review meeting with the Medical Officers, Transport and Engineering Wings, Additional Commissioners Sruthi Oja, N. Ravi Kiran, Bhaskara Chary, Vishwajeeth, Director, Vigilance and senior officials. While interacting with the officials, the Commissioner said though the households are segregating garbage waste separately, let the households take up producing compost manure in the Gated Community and directed the AMOHs to coordinate with the Gated Communities to take up 100% compost units at their respective colonies.

The Commissioner said that Swachh Dhooth App has to be downloaded by at least 10 lakh people for which SFAs, Sanitation workers must play a vital role for this purpose the AMOHs must also coordinate with the Swachh Dooth women’s to derive good results. The GHMC has procured another 500 Swachh autos out of which 150 have already been distributed remaining 350 must also to be taken up on priority after that the GHMC is planning to deploy Electric Autos soon, said the Commissioner.

For lifting of the construction debris waste the GHMC is also planning to deploy additional vehicles for the purpose of lifting. Every circle must provide one DEE where Town Planning and Engineering and sanitation officials must coordinate to take up the lifting of construction debris waste works on priority said the Commissioner. The GHMC is having 43 Sweeping machines the officials must utilize the sweeping machines where ever the need arises and officials must also plan a scheme to encourage hotel managements, RWAS, Hospital, Schools to provide incentives to them. All AMOHs must conduct regular meetings for the said purpose, said the Commissioner. (NSS)