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Awareness Rally at Corporation 104th Ward
We produce a lot of wastes on a daily routine and throw them away or discard them.
These substances include kitchen waste like vegetables and fruit peels, empty cartons, used tea leaves, and so many expendable items like juices, plastic bags, paper, old clothes, old footwear etc.
Many of these materials like paper, vegetable and fruit peels can be easily broken down by the action of bacteria or other decomposers.
Such substances which can be easily broken down by the action of bacteria are named biodegradable substances.
Other substances or materials like plastics, metallic cans and pesticides which cannot be broken down easily by biological processes are named non-biodegradable substances.
There are tons of waste materials that are degradable and non-degradable. Therefore, classification and proper disposal of wastes are necessary.
Waste materials are therefore categorized as biodegradable and non-biodegradable.
A biodegradable material or substance can be defined as a material that can be decomposed easily by bacteria or any other natural organisms and not become part of pollution.
Waste that cannot be decomposed or degraded by the biological process is known as “Non-biodegradable wastes”. Most of them include the inorganic waste that is non-biodegradable.
This is not only the duty of the Government, and each can contribute in helping to reduce waste.
The three “R’s”- Recycle, Reuse, and Reduce are simple steps that can take by each person. This can save a lot of energy and other resources as well.
Another step is to separate biodegradable from non-biodegradable waste at home and dispose of them individually.
Awareness rally in 104th ward, Zone – 8, GCC
On the orders of the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MK Stalin, On the advice of Hon’ble Minister of Hindu Religious and Charitable endowments Thiru.P.K.Sekarbabu and on the instructions of Member of parliament-Central Chennai Thiru.Dayanidhi Maran MP.
A Rally was conducted at Kambar Kudiyiruppu, Thendral colony, Vallalar Kudiyiruppu, Mullai Nagar, Navalar Nagar and Vasantham colony creating awareness of solid waste management.
A biodegradable garbage awareness rally was held today in 104th Ward, Zone – 8, Greater Chennai Corporation.
Villivakkam legislative assembly Member Thiru.A.VetriAzhagan,B.E, MBA, MLA and 8th Zonal Committee Chairman Thiru.Koo.Pee.Jain MC and Thiru T.V.Shemmozhi MC, councillor of ward 104 conducted a door-to-door campaign and distributed pamphlets to the women residents explaining the segregation of bio-degradable and bio-non-degradable waste materials.
They informed the residents that the conservancy staffs would visit each and every day at their doorstep and collect the garbage.
This Campaign was organized by the ward councillor Thiru.T.V.Shemmozhi MC who coordinated all the Public welfare associations and made the awareness of segregating Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable and help conservancy to service public better.
Government officials Zonal Officer Mr.Murugesan, Executive Engineer Mr.Umapathy, Corporation Asst Executive Engineer Mr.Mugunthan, Corporation Asst Engineer Mr.Ashok, Area Engineer – Metro water Mr.Jayaprakash, Deputy Area Engineer – Metro water Mr.Suresh, Sanitary Officer Mr.Prabu and Sanitary Inspector Mrs.Meena participated.
Also Mr. Padmanabhan, Mr. Ramanan, Mrs.Manimegalai, Mrs. Jeevamurugan, Mr.Rajapallavi and Mr. Sriram, from Kambar kudiyiruppu welfare association.
Mr. Saravanan, Mr. Purushothaman and Mr.Bhaskar from Thendral colony welfare association, Mr. Suresh and Mr. Gopal, from Aishwarya kudiyiruppu Welfare association, Mr.Balasundaram from Mullai Nagar Welfare association were participated in the awareness rally.
Conservancy Inspector Mr. Swaminathan coordinated the conservancy staffs and made people understand the difference between biodegradable and non-biodegradable.
DMK 95A Circle In-charge Mr. Thangaraj, 99th Circle Secretary Mr.Murugesan, 99A Circle Secretary Mr.Logubabu, Area deputy Secretary B.Ilaya, District Students wing Deputy Organizer S.K.P.Deepak Kumar and Area, Circle party cadres attended the event.
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