NDMC introduces new measures for waste separation

In their ongoing struggle to limit the masses of municipal waste produced in the capital, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has introduced new measures to emphasise the importance of waste separation, India Today reports. Around 50,000 New Delhi households are to be visited by volunteers trying to encourage the residents to better separate their waste. In the long run, the city government aims at reaching a separation target of 100% for its waste and making five of its residential zones so-called ”zero waste areas”.

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