LAHORE    -   The operation teams of Lahore Waste Manage­ment Company (LWMC) are working day and night to make ‘Shining and Green Lahore’ cam­paign of the commissioner a success. According to LWMC sources here on Sunday, phase-wise zero waste operation was going on under the supervi­sion of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Rafia Haider. 

Since the beginning of the campaign, six towns including Data Ganj Bakhsh Town, Gulberg Town, Aziz Bhatti Town, Samanabad Town, Allama Iqbal Town and Ravi Town had been made zero-waste and 57,309 tons of waste had been disposed of in an environment-friendly manner. To maintain the beauty and to save the luster of the historic city from tarnishing, special cleaning operations were being carried out in Lahore, she added. During the special operation, 5,384 tons of waste had been disposed of from Allama Iqbal town and 2,594 tons of waste from Ravi town. Special cleaning arrange­ments were ensured around mosques, educational institutions and hospitals, she added. She said all resources were being utilised to provide the best sanitation facilities to the citizens. He said that cleaning operations were also under way in the city on a daily basis and all the machinery was ac­tive for picking up waste and disposing of it.