MMRDA initiates SWM project in Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, and Badlapur

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After a prolonged delay, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) launched the procurement process for an integrated solid waste management project in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. This project will help address the problem of solid waste management in Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, and Badlapur in Thane district, Maharashtra.

Construction of an integrated solid waste project has been put out to tender by the MMRDA, and work on the project is scheduled to begin soon. Thirteen acres out of a total of 23 acres in Badlapur will be dedicated to this project, which has a 600 metric tonne capacity. This is the first cluster project of two municipal councils and one municipal corporation to solve the problem of waste, reports Hindustan Times.

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