• February 24, 2020
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Two new waste management plants set up in Himachal

Two new waste management plants set up in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh has set up two waste management plants across the state. One of them is of 1.75 MW with an outlay of Rs 42 crore in Shimla, while another is of 1 MW in Manali. Also, 5,633 individual households, 1,198 public and 370 community toilets have been set up. All these efforts are part...

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