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Oct 27, 2018
As fire at Bhalswa landfill adds to Delhi’s smog, experts push for segregating waste at source, formalising garbage collectionDelhi is all set to turn into a gas chamber once again and the methane from landfills like Bhalswa will only add to its woes. Experts suggest NCR needs a long-term solution, and segregating waste could be good place to start with
Mar 20, 2018
Mumbai housing societies that don't segregate garbage may soon face electricity, water cuts: BMCHousing societies in Mumbai which aren't segregating their wet and dry garbage may be in for a rude shock, with the BMC initiating stringent punitive measures against them
Dec 20, 2017
Waste management could generate six lakh jobs in India; can Bengaluru show the way?Managing urban India’s 1,50,000 tonnes of municipal waste could generate 6,00,000 to 7,50,000 jobs while creating a cleaner environment and ensuring dignity and safety for millions.
May 28, 2017
Three years of Narendra Modi govt: Prime minister discusses value of constructive criticism on Mann ki BaatWelcoming diverse assessments of three years of his government, Narendra Modi underlined the significance of constructive criticism in strengthening democracy and assured the people that shortcomings would be rectified
Feb 20, 2016
My garbage is now my concern: Why Bengaluru is changing its attitude towards waste segregationThe residents of Bengaluru have begun taking responsibility for their own garbage and reclaiming their city.