Mangaluru: ‘Start composting wet waste or else…’

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The Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) has announced strict action against bulk waste generators who fail to manage their wet waste on-site. The MCC has declared a three-month deadline for all bulk generators to start processing their wet waste within their complex or face action.

Apartments with more than 30 households and establishments such as hotels, hospitals, wedding halls, and caterers have been asked to construct on-site composting units and process the waste at source by October 31.

The city Municipal Commissioner has warned that if bulk waste generators fail to comply with the guidelines and do not construct onsite waste processing units, they will be fined double every day starting from November 1 during the waste collection drive, reports The Times of India.

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