Chandigarh gets its third MRF

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Chandigarh’s third material recovery facility (MRF) and garbage transfer station has been inaugurated at Sector 25, near Dadumajra. The first facility at 3 BRD and the second at the Industrial area, Phase I, are under operation.

Built at the cost of Rs 10 crores, the facility has a dedicated space for sorting of recoverable dry waste into different categories like paper, card, recyclable plastics, glass bottles, metals etc.

The Hindustan Times reports that Municipality of Chandigarh Commissioner and Chandigarh Smart City Limited CEO Ms Anindita Mitra informed the media that door-to-door waste collection vehicles will bring segregated waste (dry and wet waste) in different compartments, which will be processed as per norms.

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