Waste in news on May 14

A round-up of what's new in waste and sanitation 

By DTE Staff
Last Updated: Monday 14 May 2018 | 07:11:30 AM

Construction waste dumped in the green belt areas in Ludhiana

A green belt on Ishmeet Singh Marg, along the Sidhwan Canal, is crying for attention. Solid as well as construction waste is being dumped in the area near Model Town Extension. 

MP to be open defecation free by Oct 2

Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Saturday Madhya Pradesh would be declared open defecation free before the Centre’s deadline for 2019.

Waste management to be part of course at secondary level in Odisha

The government has decided to include a chapter on water and wastewater management at the secondary level from this academic session to raise awareness about the different aspects of sanitation and hygiene practices.

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