Nawanshahar Diary – Learn Garbage Management from Kyrgyz Village

The second phase of the Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin (SBM-G) campaign is all about managing waste and cleaning homes, in addition to maintaining the ODF status found in the first stage. Efficient and solid waste management systems. In the district, Kram village is becoming an example of waste management practices and strengthening ODF sustainability. The village is already known for its successful implementation of SBM-G Level 1. According to the SBM-G Level II guidelines, a solid waste management unit (SWM) unit was built in the village, which was completed this March. Year and April. Meetings were organized at the Panchayat level to help people understand the differences and the different types of waste for community awareness. In addition, each family was given two containers each: blue for dry or non-perishable waste and green for wet or reproductive waste. The community was delighted to learn about these practices and looked forward to a clean and healthy village. To overcome the challenges, Deputy Commissioner Dr. Shena Agagalu has organized a series of home visits to determine whether people are following the guidelines. According to the data, 65% of the village households are currently actively contributing to the plan. To ensure the maintenance of the SWM plant, Gram Panchayat supervises its operation and maintenance.

Horticulture Department officials release winter vegetable collections. Photos of the Tribune

Going Organ Winter Vegetable Seed Kit @ Rs90

Organic farming is gaining popularity as reports of improved food prices increase. Winter kits were released for distribution in the district under the Horticulture Department. Distributed up to 2,400 kits in September and October. The collection includes nine vegetables, including radish, carrots, spinach, peas, spinach, beans, corridors, broccoli, and sugar mustard. Officials say this is a good time to plant these vegetables. According to Jagdish Sin Kahma, assistant director of horticulture, the price of the kit has been adjusted by 90 rubles and the children can get it from the head office of the horticulture department or from the bureaucracy.

(Contributed by Akkanshan N. Bardwaj)

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