Bio-bins to get rid of garbage
Thiruvananthapuram city corporation is planning to introduce bio-bins in residential apartments in the city, as part of the massive campaign being undertaken to implement source-level waste management.
This has become essential because of people in Vilappilsala not allowing dumping of waste in their area. Bio-bins are a set of two boxes made of fibre with a dimension of 180x90x75cm. These bio-bins will be installed with the help of Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India [CREDAI]. read more →
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