Nagpur releases tender for 10 garbage transfer stations

Sitabuldi Market, Nagpur

Nagpur is currently facing challenges in garbage collection as new contractors take charge

Nagpur Smart and Sustainable City Development Corporation Ltd (NSSCDCL) has started the tendering process to appoint contractors for developing garbage transfer stations. They will be given two years to plan, develop, test and commission garbage transfer stations. The Times of India reports that ten garbage transfer stations, one in each zone, will be developed at the cost of around Rs 40 crore under the Smart City Project.

The project has been delayed by years, owing to logistical problems, but Nagpur Municipal Commissioner Abhijit Bangar appears optimistic that successful implementation of the project will help contribute to a clean and healthy Nagpur in the future.

Picture Credit: GppandeSitabuldi MarketCC BY-SA 3.0

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