Waste Management: MCG will set up zonal committees for better waste management Gurgaon News


GURGAON: The MCG will set up a Citizen Supervisory Committee for four zones across the city to monitor issues related to sanitation and waste management. The civic body currently has a Central Civic Supervisory Committee. However, officials said the zonal committees would ensure better redressal of problems with the participation of residents, especially when the MCG was inundated with complaints of irregular waste collection. Zonal committees will redress sanitation complaints in each zone and ensure their redressal to streamline waste. Citywide Solid Waste Management Concessionaire Ecogreen currently manages door-to-door garbage collection, which various residents have complained about. “The idea of ​​forming committees for each zone is to ensure better waste management. Each zone of the city has its own specific problems, so the committees will help deal with these problems at the zone level. They will also inspect the sites. And will ensure that the waste management system is streamlined in their zone and will provide solutions and monitor all sanitation related works,” said Kasim Sharma, a member of the civic monitoring committee. “Each zone will have a five-member committee headed by a joint commissioner. The other four members will include two men and two women in each panel. Residents who want to be members of the committee will have to seek recommendations from 10 residents of that zone. After that, the members will be selected on the basis of lots,” said MCG Additional Commissioner Balpreet Singh. Residents who want to be part of Citizen Supervisory Committees of their respective zones should submit their applications to jcsbm by May 22. @mcg.gov.in MCG has asked all BWGs to register on one portal. The Corporation will provide the services of the listed agencies to the BWGs. The civic body has also asked non-BWGs to declare on the portal that they do not generate more than 50 kg of waste per day so that the civic body maintains its database accordingly.

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