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A week to manage garbage in Kathmandu


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2022 Mar 22, 15:27, Kathmandu
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It has been said that it will take a week to manage the garbage piled up in the streets of Kathmandu Valley.

The garbage piled up along the roadsides of the valley has been managed for four days since April. Garbage management could not be done for four days in April and 23 days in February. As garbage has been stopped for a long time, it will take a week even after regular management work, said Sarita Rai, head of the Kampa Environment Department.

"Garbage is not managed by taking out the garbage from the house. The presence of garbage on the road is also an additional problem," said Chief Rai, urging the citizens. Locals of Sisdol, the place where garbage is being managed, have not been able to pick up garbage in the valley since March 20 due to agitation by locals demanding blacktop of the road to Sisdol, Nuwakot.

Similarly, the locals of Bancharedanda, which has been under construction recently, have demanded to acquire land around the construction site and provide free health care to the locals. The Ministry of Urban Development has stated that the work of the first cell has been completed in the long-term waste management site under construction.

According to KAMPA, the garbage management site in Sisdol is full at present and the obstruction of the locals even before the start of dumping garbage in the construction site will create more problems in the waste management in the Kathmandu Valley. One thousand to one thousand 200 tons of garbage is discharged in the Kathmandu Valley daily. Garbage of 18 local levels of the valley is being managed in Sisdol. All this garbage will be taken away from more than 200 tipper trucks daily, both private and metropolitan.

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