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September 17, 2019

‘Rawalpindi to be made waste-free city’

Islamabad

 
September 17, 2019

Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) Managing Director Awais Manzoor Tarrar said that RWMC is busy in making Rawalpindi a waste-free city, zero policy is being implemented to control dengue fever, says a press release.

On regular basis, the waste is being dumped in to dumping-station; workers are in action to implement practically on the vision of ‘Clean & Green Pakistan.’ These were the thoughts he shared regarding Anti-Dengue Campaign.

On the directives of RWMC MD, anti-dengue leaflets were circulated in the city to keep aware the public regarding the precautionary measures to prevent from dengue fever. RWMC and Albayrak fixed Anti-Dengue awareness camps at Banni Chowk, UC-34 to educate the public regarding sanitation and precautionary measures to prevent themselves from dengue fever. They also circulated these anti-dengue leaflets in markets and shops. They appealed to cooperate with the company to fight against this fatal disease.

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