Bhopal News: 250 tonnes of waste reduced in Corona curfew
Bhopal News: Bhopal (Navdunia Representative). The city has received major relief from garbage in the Corona curfew. There has been a shortage of about 250 tonnes of waste. Even 10 percent of the waste is not coming out before the market closes. For this reason, an average of 650 tonnes of dry-wet garbage is being released instead of 900 tonnes. There has been no reduction in household waste, but has increased by 12 percent. The capital has a Corona curfew since April 12, which will continue till May 24. It can also be extended further. Corporation officials say people are in homes due to the Corona infection. Outsiders have also come to their homes. This has increased the amount of waste coming out of the house. The market is closed there. Therefore, the waste there is reduced. The plastic vest is lacking.
This is because of the reduction in waste-
– All the small and big markets and business institutions of the city are closed. The garbage here did not come out of it.
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– Works are not being done in factories and factories of industrial area. Most are in closed condition.
– Gummies, handcuffs and temporary shops have not opened.
– Restaurants, hotels, other food and drink shops have also been closed.
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This is how you understand the mathematics of waste
900 tons of garbage goes out in the city every day
650 tons of waste is now coming out
250 ton reduction
Garbage reduced by 35 percent
550 tons of garbage comes out of the houses
610 tons now leaving
12 percent increase
350 tons of garbage is released from the markets
40 tons is coming out now
Reduction up to 90%
The Corona curfew is currently emitting an average of 650 tonnes compared to before. Earlier it was up to 900 tonnes. Market waste has reduced drastically, but there has been some increase in household waste.
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