LWMC set to revamp its compost plant

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Staff Reporter

The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has started work on rehabilitation of compost plant which has been closed for three years.

In this Regard, LWMC CEO Rafia Haider visited the compost plant to review and monitor the whole process of making compost from waste followed by the review of machinery and test product.

Compost (Beliya) is a 100% naturally rich organic amendment used for improving the performance of all types of soils.

On the occasion, the LWMC CEO gave standing instructions to the officers concerned to make fully operational the plant.

She also directed to take the help of modern system regarding product testing and development. This beliya made from the organic waste has also been registered from the Irrigation Department.

Rafia Haider further stated that the converting waste into compost will benefit the environment by reducing the waste heaps. Composting will also address the problem of waste disposal, she added.

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