Garbage crisis: MCG issues show-cause notice to agency for deploying low-waste vans | Gurgaon News


Gurgaon: The MCG has issued a show-cause notice to the agency responsible for transporting garbage to the Bandhwari dumping site for deploying fewer vehicles than agreed in the contract. The corporation has demanded an immediate response and warned the firm to cancel the tender and forfeit the security deposit if the response is not satisfactory. busy at work. This shortage has led to delays in garbage collection and landfills in many areas of the city. Uncollected garbage causes inconvenience to residents and poses health hazards. In an effort to tackle the garbage collection crisis, the MCG issued tenders to three different agencies through expressions of interest without any online process. Shri Chand Developers was awarded the tender to supply 20 vehicles on June 23. However, by July 3, the agency had delivered only 12 vehicles, forcing the MCG to issue a show-cause notice. “The garbage crisis in the city is a complex problem that requires a multi-pronged approach. While the MCG's actions against the agency are laudable, it is important to address the root causes of the problem and to address waste management. A comprehensive strategy should be developed. By working with agencies, citizens and other stakeholders, MCG can strive to make Gurgaon a model city for cleanliness and sustainability,” said Satbir Yadav, a resident of Sector 57. . The chief secretary had declared a garbage emergency in June. 11, highlighting the magnitude of the problem. In response, the MCG had previously issued tenders to agencies to collect garbage from homes and transport it to Bandhwari. However, these agencies also failed to provide the specified number of vehicles to the corporation. Consequently, the MCG issued notices and canceled their tenders within two days, barring them from participating in any municipal tenders for two years.

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