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NOIDA authority and HCL foundation collaborates to fight solid waste

NOIDA: Noida Authority collaborated with the HCL foundation for solid waste management in city. It generates approximately 600 metric tonnes of solid waste on the daily basis. The officials said that the collaboration will analyse, plan and implement solid waste management.

The Noida authority said, “With a rising population, the waste generated in the city can lead to many problems. If not managed effectively, this will increase pollution and also the risk of diseases.”

“Therefore, there is an urgent requirement for effective planning and implementation of Solid Waste Management for a clean Noida,” authority added to the statement.

“By leaning from the similar ongoing projects in other cities of the country, the project clean NOIDA is focused on emerging the city as best in class in terms of solid waste management (SWM). This will reduce pollution and will also improve the overall living conditions in the city.” the authority said.

Alok Tandon, Chairman and CEO of Noida Authority said, “It was a proud moment for NOIDA that the MoU has been signed for the transformation of the city. This unique association with HCL Foundation will set an example across the country in the area of waste management. I urge all stakeholders to join hands and work towards the successful implementation of our objective.”

Navpreet Kaur, Director of HCL Foundation, signed the MoU and said that, “The firm was delighted to partner with NOIDA for implementing Project Clean NOIDA and envision that together they will be able to transform the city’s solid waste management program.”

This project is valid for three years, and also includes developing IT solutions for solid waste management, maintenance, coordination, monitoring and evaluation.

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