World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign

Updated: June 02, 2017 21:28 IST

4000 cities across India will join the Nationwide waste management campaign to celebrate World Environment Day on June 5. The campaign is aimed at driving door to door collection and spread awareness about 2-bin waste segregation among people. The campaign will continue till October 2.

World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Source segregation has already started in Hyderabad to keep the city clean.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Municipal Corporation Officers taking an oath in Faridabad to segregate waste.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Gujarat Municipal Corporation takes the pledge to keep the cities clean.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
An awareness drive about waste segregation has started in Kanpur.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Surat launches an awareness campaign on waste segregation and door to door waste collection.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Gorakhpur municipal workers undertake a clean-up drive in an effort to keep the city clean.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Indore does a door to door waste collection activity just before the World Environment Day.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
People in Chhattarpur and Dwarka in New Delhi take the oath to keep the city clean.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Nagpur does an awareness campaign to make officials and people aware about source segregation and door to door waste collection.
World Environment Day 2017: Cities Across India Gear Up For Waste Management Campaign
Workers in Chennai collect garbage thrown on the road. After initiating waste collection and segregation, Chennai plans to go big on composting the wet waste.

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