SSWMB purchased 200 Qingqi rickshaws to provide a door-to-door garbage collection system.

A declared by Local Government and Information Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah on Sunday as he visited various parts of the city to review the clean-up campaign being done by the SSWMB.

In an offer to fix Karachi’s trash issue, the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) bought more than 200 Qingqi rickshaws to start a door to door garbage collection system.

He said the administration would buy more Qingqi rickshaws if necessary, adding that a different strong waste administration authority would be set up for Karachi under the improvement plan.

Shah said 145,000 tons of trash had been gathered and arranged at the city’s two landfill destinations in the previous week. Around 89,000 tons of waste was discarded at the landfill site of Jam Chakro while the leftover 56,000 tons was arranged at the Gond Pass landfill place.

As indicated by a notification gave by the South District Municipal Corporation (DMC), the DMC had offered logistic help and machinery for the mission. Talking on the event, Sodhar said that neatness of the Clifton sea shore would be kept up on a regular and permanent basis.

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