RWMC cancels holidays of sanitary workers

By APP
June 15, 2024
The screenshot shows a banner by Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) regarding sanitation in Rawalpindi on Eidul Azha. — Facebook/www.rwmc.org.pk

Rawalpindi: Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) has cancelled holidays of some 3,832 sanitary workers and officials to ensure cleanliness during the Eidul Azha holidays.

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The RWMC has finalised a comprehensive plan for Eidul Azha to remove sacrificial animal waste on the instructions of Chief Minister of Punjab, Maryam Nawaz Sharif. RWMC Chief Executive Officer Rana Sajid Safdar on Friday said that 485 vehicles, including dumpers, tractors, trolleys, pick-ups and excavators would be part of the special drive to remove the animal waste from every nook and corner of the district.

He said that 18 permanent collection points and 43 mobile transfer stations would be set up in the city and tehsils for the proper disposing of waste. At the same time, 250,000 biodegradable bags and 10,000 pamphlets were also being distributed among the residents of the district.

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