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Abandoned quarries for C&D waste recycling

Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is planing to use abandoned quarries in the outskirts of the city for setting up C&D (construction and demolition) waste recycling units. The new units will be established at Anjanapura, Mallasandra and Kannur area based on PPP (public-private-partnership) model. BBMP has released a request proposal for setting up C&DW unit that can handle up to 2,250MT of waste per day. Bengaluru is one of the largest C&DW producer in India and the new units will bring an effective long term solution to this problem.

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