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RWMC makes elaborate arrangements to maintain cleanliness on Eid

Staff Report,

RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) had prepared a Cleanliness plan for the eve of Eid-ul-Adha, in this regard the leaves of sanitation staff have been canceled.

RWMC would be setting up 37 transfer stations at various locations in Rawalpindi & Murree cities where offals, entrails and other wastes of sacrificial animals would be dumped temporarily and later on taken to the permanent dumping site.

The special task force would use more than 364 vehicles including 144 mini dumpers, 35 pickups, 12 loaders, 45 compactors and additional 250 wooden carts for efficient & effective waste management on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha.

For collective slaughter houses, special teams would be assigned for 13 big “Ijtamai Qurban Gah” of the city.

Moreover, for Handling of complaints during 3 Eid days, 3 camps would be established one day prior in Rawalpindi and Murree, which will cover complaints from 63 UC’s. The Camp in-charge will be trained properly that how would they receive and forward the complaints. The operation teams would also maintain cleanliness at Masajid and Imam Bargahs.

Dr. Hamid Iqbal (Senior Manager Operations) briefed during the meeting that before Eid, sanitation staff would clean streets, markets, roads, open slaughter sites and 562 mosques. The cleanliness would be ensured in 124 graveyards.

Communications Department of RWMC is also conducting awareness activities for general public i.e. Market (Shopping Malls), Camp, Door to Door & Mosque awareness to engage general public for keeping Rawalpindi & Murree cities clean on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha 2019.

Purpose of awareness campaigns is to guide public how they can register their complaints during Eid days

For the ease of general public branding of the city with awareness messages will take place before Eid in which banners would be hanged in each union council and leaflets would be given to them on which helpline numbers will be mentioned.

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