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Locals slam move to develop waste plant in Bandhwari

Source: DNA, Date: July , 2017

Source: DNA, India, July 12, 2017:-The decision to develop an Integrated Solid Waste Management Plant in the Bandhwari area on the outskirts of Gurugram and Faridabad has come under sharp criticism from locals, who say the move will undo their own green ways of waste management. After it caught fire in 2013, the Bandhwari landfill was shut for operations. Most housing societies in nearby areas had then adopted a decentralised waste management model and started converting their wet waste into compost.Recently, in a meeting between civic authorities of Faridabad and Gurugram, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed. According to the MoU, a waste-to-energy plant.

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