Clean-up drive: Three-tier plan to speed up MCG's clean-up drive | Gurgaon News


GURGAON: Three panels will monitor the city's efforts to clean up urban filth, Divisional Commissioner RC Bedhan said while meeting RWA representatives on Sunday. The announcement comes weeks after the Haryana government declared a 'solid waste requirement' in the city and constituted a six-member committee to oversee the implementation of the Solid Waste Environment Emergency Program (SWEEP). The Divisional Commissioner said that the MCG plan includes forming committees for each ward. Each panel will consist of ex-councillors, RWA representatives and municipal corporation officials, who will meet regularly to review and monitor sanitation efforts in their area. Meetings. A third committee, headed by an HCS (Haryana Civil Service) officer appointed by the district administration, will oversee the overall process. The MCG will take necessary action and depute its teams to maintain cleanliness of the areas based on the reports submitted by these three committees. , Bidhan said. The Divisional Commissioner urged the RWAs to cooperate with the district administration to clean the city. On Saturday, Bidhan announced that the ward that meets the highest standards of cleanliness for two consecutive months will be awarded a prize of Rs 1 crore. The municipal ward which maintains the highest standard of cleanliness for one month will get Rs 50 lakh for development work. The government will also give incentives to wards that maintain high standards of cleanliness. The award of money will be used for the development of the area,” Bidhan said during the meeting. Earlier this month, the MCG had also written to the MCF that it was no longer feasible for it to manage the waste from Faridabad. As you are well aware, the concession agreement with M/s Ecogreen Energy has been terminated. At present, waste from MCF is being dumped daily at our Bandhwari site, which is currently being managed by MCG staff with the help of agencies working under MCG. It is not possible to manage further waste dumping. Therefore, you are requested to please arrange necessary machinery with staff for proper management, and keep a record of waste received at Bandhwari from June 26 (Wednesday),” the corporation said on June 23 to MCF. Read the letter sent to. According to the corporation officials, the process of unloading waste at the landfill is complicated and requires special machinery, such as bulldozers, as well as additional manpower Arrangements have been made to manage the waste coming from the areas, currently there is no such arrangement for the waste coming from Faridabad.

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