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Chennai Corporation’s awareness event

The Chennai Corporation conducted a Swachh Bharat and plastic ban awareness program at the CPCL Polytechnic College in Manali where 500 students and 40 teachers took part in the event. Officials highlighted the importance of clean environments to prevent the ... Read More »

Smaller plots of land for waste management

Owing to shortage of large pieces of land measuring 100 acres in the neighbouring districts, the Chennai Corporation is planning to make do with smaller plots of half the size for setting up of the solid waste management factories on ... Read More »

Plastic waste for re-laying roads!

The Chennai Corporation is considering the use of plastic waste for re-laying roads, including bus route roads. Officials of the civic body held discussions with experts at the Thiagarajar College of Engineering at Madurai pertaining to the initiative. The roads ... Read More »

Fine on Littering

The Chennai Corporation has announced a fine of र100 on those found violating the plastic ban on Marina Beach. The action would be taken according to the provisions of the Tamil Nadu Public Health Act, 1944. Around 150 people of ... Read More »

Mobile toilet on rent

The Chennai Corporation is continuously introducing ways to improve garbage collection in the city. Recently, Mayor M. Subramaniam handed over the keys of specially fabricated mobile toilet vehicles to the civic body drivers. Each vehicle has eight toilets and two ... Read More »

Chennai’s Cleaning Challenges

Though uncontrolled urbanisation in Chennai has placed a heavy stress on solid waste management, studies reveal that the City is among the few urban local bodies in the country which have prepared long term plans for effective solid waste management. Shobha Menon reports. Read More »