Kolhapur rethinks decision on bins in congested areas

After removing hundreds of bins from vegetable markets, major chowks and congested areas, the Kolhapur Municipal Corporation (KMC) has had a rethink. It now plants to retain 200 bins at these locations.

KMC authorities claim that over 800 bins had been removed, mostly from residential areas, after the waste lay uncollected in the bins for several days. A decision has been taken to get rid of the bins and ensure door-to-door collection on a daily basis, reports The Times of India.

Kolhapur generates around 180 to 200 tonne of solid waste every day. 

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