Aizawl sets target to handle municipal solid waste

Aizawl has adopted a new plan that can make it one of the cleanest cities in India. Currently, it dumps municipal solid waste on a hill slope and then sets it on fire. But the new plan will promote segregation, composting and recycling, thus allowing lesser waste to reach the landfill

 
Last Updated: Thursday 11 August 2016 | 11:31:59 AM

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