CM Nayab Singh flags off 50 new electric vehicles for garbage collection in Gurugram

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CM Nayab Singh flags off 50 new electric vehicles for garbage collection in Gurugram

Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Nayab Singh improved the cleaning system in Gurugram by flagging off 50 new electric vehicles for door-to-door garbage collection. With these new vehicles, the total number has now exceeded 500.

Notably, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram is working diligently to improve the cleanliness system, including door-to-door garbage collection. Under this, the number of vehicles and machinery is being increased timely. Apart from this,19 HCS officers have been assigned to monitor the cleanliness system in all wards of the corporation area. Under the government’s Solid Waste Environmental Excellence Performance(SWEEP), the cleanliness system and dumping of garbage waste are being monitored. Along with it, Secondary garbage collection points, such as Khandsa and Vatika Chowk, have been converted to zero garbage points, ensuring regular garbage collection.

Focus on environmental protection with electric door-to-door vehicles

Electric vehicles flagged off by the Chief Minister today will not only speed up the garbage collection from households but will also help to protect the environment.

Inauguration of cloth bag vending machines

The Chief Minister inaugurated cloth bag vending machines under the campaign for single-use plastic and polythene carry bag-free Gurugram. These machines will be installed at various public places in Gurugram soon. Citizens can get cloth bags by inserting a Rs.10 coin or using UPI, encouraging them to avoid single-use plastics. The Chief Minister also inaugurated sanitary pad vending machines, which will allow for the disposal of used pads and provide new ones as well.

Division Commissioner, Gurugram, Sh. R.C Bidhan, Police Commissioner, Sh. Vikas Arora, Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Nishant Kumar Yadav, Municipal Commissioner, Dr. Narhari Singh Bangar, Additional Municipal Commissioner, Dr. Balpreet Singh, Joint Commissioner (Swachh Bharat Mission), Dr. Naresh Kumar along with other dignitaries and officers remained present.

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