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Noida to privatise city cleaning

Dissatisfied with the levels of sanitation maintained in the city, the Noida Authority has now proposed to privatise the civic service. The authority has roped in private firm Ernst & Young as its consultant for preparing a detailed report to keep the city clean. Noida authority will begin with privatizing the cleaning of streets, markets, and residential sectors. It will also introduce a door-to-door waste collection, segregation and disposal system based on a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model. The authority has already commissioned a solid waste management plant that will have a capacity of treating between 300 and 500 metric tonnes of waste, including bio-medical and industrial waste. With this new proposal, the Authority claims it will soon revamp the complete sanitation arrangements of the city.

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