Cleanliness campaign inspected

By Our Correspondent
December 06, 2023

LAHORE:Lahore Waste Management Company’s (LWMC) Deputy CEOs Fahad Mehmood and Muhammad Aurangzeb inspected ongoing initiative to keep Lahore clean on Tuesday.

The concerted effort to enhance Lahore’s cleanliness is led by LWMC Chief Executive Officer Babar Sahib Din. Fahad Mehmood reviewed the ongoing zero waste operation in Nishtar Town.

Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) workers can be seen cleaning the streets on October 18, 2023. — Facebook/Lahore Waste Management Company

CEO Babar Sahib Din disclosed that a meticulous approach was being adopted, with special cleaning operations unfolding in 9 different towns in Lahore. These operations were strategically targeting areas around schools, colleges and various public places. A noteworthy highlight was the transformation of all open plots in Nishtar Town into zero-waste zones.

Under the efficient management of LWMC, waste containers across the city were being cleared by 9 AM daily, ensuring a prompt and effective waste disposal system. According to LWMC spokesperson there was an active presence of LWMC officers in the field, closely monitoring the ongoing cleaning operations.

The deputy CEOs extended their oversight to various locations, including Main Ferozepur Road, Chungi Amarsadhu, Kamahan, Gujjumata, Madar-e-Millat Road, Green Town, and Bagrian.

Fahad issued special directives to ensure the cleaning and washing of pedestrian bridges on main Ferozepur Road. Furthermore, manual scraping activities are being undertaken across all Lahore towns to reduce the harmful effects of smog. To achieve a dust-free environment, mechanical washing was being conducted in three shifts on all roads in Lahore. The LWMC urged citizens to support the cleanup initiative by responsibly disposing of garbage in designated dustbins.