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RWMC disposes of over 9,000 tons of waste

By PR
June 20, 2024
Workers of Waste Management Company cleaning sacrificial animals remains with the help of heavy machinery alongside a road on the third day of Eid ul Azha in Rawalpindi on June 19, 2024. — Online
Workers of Waste Management Company cleaning sacrificial animals remains with the help of heavy machinery alongside a road on the third day of Eid ul Azha in Rawalpindi on June 19, 2024. — Online

Rawalpindi: Rawalpindi Waste Management Company successfully completed the Eidul Azha cleaning operation by disposing of more than 9,000 tons of sacrificial animal waste from Rawalpindi, Murree, and 4 Tehsils of Gujar Khan, Taxila, Kallar Syedan, and Kahota in three days, says a press release.

RWMC resolved over 500 complaints, employed 3,832 workers and 485 vehicles for the cleaning operation, and set up 61 transfer stations for garbage disposal. Additionally, RWMC provided biodegradable waste bags to citizens and set up 8 awareness camps in commercial markets and tehsils.

After washing with phenyl, lime was thrown away. At the end of the cleaning operation, lime was used in large quantities throughout the city, while altars and containers were washed with phenol and rose water to remove the smell. On the third day of Eidul Azha, Chairman Rawalpindi Waste Management Company Saqib Rafiq and CEO Anasajid Safdar along with Senior Manager Operations Dr. Hamid Iqbal visited different areas of the city and met with the workers participating in the Eid clean-up operation.

While appreciating their work, he said that with your tireless work and dedication, we have achieved a difficult goal. We pay tribute to your efforts in cleaning the city. Allah will solve all your problems.