Pune: PCMC To Develop System To Dispose Of Hazardous Waste

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Pimpri, 27th December 2022: The non-hazardous industrial trash collection fee will be modest, according to the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC). The civic authority is developing a flexible tariff for the relevant industries, and it will shortly make the price public.

Additionally, it states that starting on 1st January 2023, the twin towns will have a suitable system in place for disposing of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

At the Moshi garbage dump, fires have been occurring rather frequently as a result of the mixing of hazardous and non-hazardous industrial waste. Harm to human health is also posed by the careless disposal of hazardous trash on municipal streets, drains, and open areas.

The PCMC recently instructed the industrial units to separate their hazardous and non-hazardous waste so that proper disposal may begin on 1st January during a meeting with representatives from the industry, the health and sanitary department, and the pollution control board.

According to Ajay Charthankar, assistant commissioner (Health), PCMC, the local government is developing a well-organised strategy to address the problem of industrial waste.

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