The Lahore Waste Management Company has intensified the monitoring of the clean-up operation. For this purpose, the management carried out monitoring duties in the field till late at night. According to the LWMC spokesperson, monitoring of cleanliness operation has been tightened.
CEO LWMC Rafia Haider paid a surprise visit to the night shift cleaning operation last night followed by the visit of Valencia and Sikandria workshop on Sunday morning
. During the visit, the CEO directed the team to remain active in the field to ensure timely lifting of waste.
Keeping Lahore clean 24/7 is our top priority. Therefore, along with the first two shifts, instructions have been given to make the night shift more active while the cleanliness situation in the mechanical sweeping markets on the main highways is also being reviewed.
In addition to issuing the best cleaning orders in the commercial food markets that remained open late at night, instructions have also been issued to expand the scope of mechanical sweeping and washing and increase efficiency, she added.
The LWMC operations teams must ensure 100% attendance and working in all three shifts.
Senior officers and special monitoring teams will pay a 24-hour surprise visit. Town managers and zonal officers of areas with poor sanitation will face departmental action.
Furthermore, on the directions of CEO LWMC, the department conducted a special anti-dengue awareness drive at Gulberg Town.
Objective the awareness activity was to reach out to maximum number of people and create awareness and highlight precautionary measures needed to be taken to combat dengue epidemic.
Special awareness camp was installed at the location where public was briefed about the importance of cleanliness and their integral role in maintaining cleanliness.