The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation (MCC) processed 6,000kg of domestic sanitary waste in August.
Starting August 3, MCC vans gathered sanitary garbage separately and treated it in Chandigarh’s Industrial Area Phase-I by scientific incineration.
From the collection of sanitary waste in separate compartments to its scientific disposal, a daily monitoring system was put in place. The MCC began collecting sanitary waste from people a long time ago, but the key issue was how to dispose of it scientifically. Sanitary waste is currently treated daily by a local authorized organization that has all the necessary facilities for the burning of biological waste, reports Hindustan Times.