Chandigarh: 6,000 kg sanitary waste scientifically processed in August

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.

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