Greater Noida to set up SWM centre with UNDP & HDFC

The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is setting up a solid waste management centre spread across a 1,500 – 2,000 square metre area in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and HDFC Bank. 

At the SWM centre, dry waste will be segregated and processed into a material recovery facility (MRF). An app will also be developed to track waste disposal, reports The Times of India.

The first phase of the waste center will be established and operated by HDFC bank for four years under its CSR initiative. GNIDA is the process of identifying the land area to start the project. This project is part of UNDP’s Plastic Waste Management Programme (2018-2024).

Picture Credit: Screenshot of image from UNDP website

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