Deputy CM of Chhattisgarh sees solid waste management in Indore

  • Observes Devguradia Trenching Plant

Chronicle Reporter, Indore
The Deputy Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh recently witnessed the process of solid waste management in Indore. He visited the Devguradiya Trenching Ground Plant. The Additional Commissioner gave information about the city’s cleanliness campaign through a presentation.

It is noteworthy that for the seventh time, the country has come to see the cleanliness and solid waste management of Indore city as number one in cleanliness. Public representatives and administrative officials from different states and cities are coming. In this sequence, Chhattisgarh Government’s Deputy Chief Minister Arun Sao on Monday inaugurated 400 TPD Mechanized MRF Plant, 550 TPD Bio CNG Plant, 100 TPD C & D Waste Processing Plant, Waste Biomediation Site and various plants located at Devguradia Treaching Ground under Solid Waste Management, Indore.

Biogas from wet garbage

On this occasion, detailed information about the cleanliness campaign of Indore was given through a presentation by Additional Commissioner Siddharth Jain. He told that under the cleanliness campaign, Indore was freed from garbage bins. Drive door to door garbage collection vehicles. Made the city ODF free. Gave information regarding bag bank, utensil bank, disposal fee area, zero waste event, zero waste wedding, drain cleaning campaign and other activities. Giving detailed information about the biogas plant under construction at the teaching ground, he said that this is the biggest biogas CNG plant in Asia, where biogas is being produced from wet waste and is being used in public transport.


Leave a Reply