LWMC launches crackdown against illegal garbage dumping

LAHORE   -   La­hore Waste Management Com­pany (LWMC) on Wednesday got registered seven cases over illegal garbage dumping in Johar Town during a crack­down. In response to a direc­tive from Chief Executive Of­ficer LWMC, Babar Sahib Din, a total of 7 FIRs had been filed against those responsible for illegal garbage dumping in the vicinity of Expo Center and its surroundings. To address the problem, special cleanliness operations had been initiated on Link Roads, Ayub Chowk, Khokhar Chowk, Rasulpura and neighboring streets while 100 workers, 8 sweepers, 2 loaders and 4 dumpers are at the forefront of this cleanliness operation. Special scraping and sweeping activities have already been completed in the areas surrounding the Expo Center, with the aim of trans­forming these areas into waste-free zones. CEO Babar Sahib said: “Our foremost commit­ment is to provide Lahore resi­dents with a clean and orderly environment “. All available re­sources were being utilized for cleanliness and beautification of the city, he added.

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