Rawalpindi : More than 9,500 tons offal was dumped by Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) during Eidul Azha Cleanliness Operation, says a press release.
On the directions of Punjab Government and MD RWMC Awais Manzoor Tarrar, RWMC and Albayrak Operations Department launched a successful cleanliness operation on the auspicious occasion of Eid-Ul-Adha. 3,539 workers took part in the cleanliness operations, 413 vehicles were used in the operation. 53 transfer stations were established at various locations in the Rawalpindi Murree cities where offals, entrails and other wastes of sacrificial animals were dumped temporarily and were lifted immediately as huge dumper trucks were deployed at each transfer stations for prompt transportation.
8 complaint camps were installed one day before and during Eid Days in Rawalpindi and Tehsils Taxila, Gujjar Khan, Kallar Syedan, Kahuta and Murree to receive the complaints regarding cleanliness. Waste bags and awareness material were distributed at the Eid Awareness Camps. RWMC and Albayrak communications team displayed banners in Rawalpindi.
These transfer stations were cleaned and left like it was before. The roads were washed and cleaned by Company’s Mechanical Sweeper and Washer. Streets, mosques, imam argahs and collective sacrificial points were swept clean and sanitized by using phenyl. The entire cleanliness operation was supervised and monitored by the Senior Manager Operations in order to ensure the timely collection and proper disposal of offal and other waste of the sacrificial animals. Leaves of entire staff of Operations Department relevant departments were cancelled to meet the gigantic task. More than 3,539 sanitary workers had actively participated in the Eid Operations.
RWMC and Albayrak’s special teams were provided more than 413 vehicles including mini dumpers, pickups, loaders, compactors, loading bikes, rental dumpers and additional wooden carts for efficient effective waste management on the occasion of Eidul Azha.