Practice of dumping biomedical waste continues in Erode
The practice of dumping biomedical waste in the open continues unchecked in a few parts of Erode district though the health department has issued specific instructions on the safe disposal of such waste.
On Sunday, a huge amount of biomedical waste including time-barred drugs were found dumped on the roadside near Vellode. Miscreants had dumped the waste and also burnt a part of it.
People claimed that a thick layer of smoke enveloped the nearby residential areas after the miscreants set fire to the heap of biomedical waste. read more →
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