Segregating waste at source
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Segregating waste at source

April 12, 2019


After clean city competition fever and also the awareness campaigns, there appears to be a perceptible change in the mindset of Mysureans, especially housewives who are actually segregating wet and dry waste at the street-level cart collections by Pourakarmikas.

If this trend continues, Mysuru can get back its coveted No.1 clean city title next year.

– Vasanthkumar Mysoremath, Environmentalist , Tilaknagar, 3.4.2019

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