Ghaziabad to begin legacy waste treatment at Indirapuram site

The Ghaziabad municipal corporation will finally begin work to clear legacy waste at its Indirapuram dumpsite, estimated to be about 150,000 tonnes.

The Ghaziabad development authority (GDA) will fund the project that is estimated to cost nearly ₹4 crore. The agency use the bio-remediation technique to process the waste at the site and turn it into manure.

The GDA has agreed to fund the project and expects the work will begin by October end and be completed by April, 2021, reports The Hindustan Times.

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