LWMC concludes ‘zero-waste’ drive

Waste upto 90,000 tonnes removed from Lahore in 15 days

App December 19, 2022
A file photo of LWMC garbage truck. PHOTO: Express


The Lahore Waste Management Company’s (LWMC) ‘Zero waste campaign’ has been concluded in nine towns of the provincial capital.

According to LWMC sources, over 90,000 tonnes of waste had been removed from nine towns of the city during the 15-day drive.

LWMC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ali Anan Qamar said that all towns had been made zero-waste areas in phases.

During the campaign, 529 open plots were cleaned, while over 1,000 waste containers were repaired, he added. He said that the painting of over 2,200 containers had also been completed.

CEO Qamar said that all possible steps had been taken to control smog and added that special cleanliness operations were carried out in Christian areas ahead of the upcoming Christmas festivities.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 19th, 2022.


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