LWMC lifted 22,000 tons of waste in 3 days of Eid

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Staff Reporter

On the special directions of Punjab Chief Minister, the LWMC remained up and alert on all three days of Eidul Fitr as both the chairman and chief executive officer the Lahore Waste Management Company ensured exceptional cleanliness services in every nook and corny of the provincial capital.

LWMC carried out special cleanliness operation, started from Chand Raat till third day of Eidul Fitr, according to the company.

As a result, the LWMC successfully lifted nearly 22,000 tons of solid waste from the city and disposed of in an environment-friendly manner. In addition, the department also promptly resolved almost 210 complaints.

Making extraordinary cleanliness arrangements almost everywhere including commercial markets of the city, graveyards, surroundings of recreational areas, parks, Mosques, Eidghahs, open plots, major and minor road, Walled City area, etc.

The whole cleanliness operation was monitored by the LWMC CEO and his Deputy who paid whirlwind visits across the city and appreciated role of field workers and officers followed by the distribution of sweets to the workers.

The LWMC chairman said the department has been working tirelessly with a dedication to facilitating citizens; adding that under all circumstances, LWMC has always been on the forefront responsibly performing their duty.

CEO LWMC stated that department started cleanliness operation one day before the Eid and it continued with the same pace till 3rd day. The cleanliness arrangements/condition was witnessed to all citizens of Lahore.

GM Operations said that the department carried out Eidul Fitr special cleanliness operation under the eye of top management which was a successful one. Spokesperson LWMC acknowledged the cooperation of the public during Eid.

The LWMC chairman said the department has been working tirelessly with a dedication to facilitating citizens; adding that under all circumstances, LWMC has always been on the forefront responsibly performing their duty.

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