The 115th Board of Directors Meeting of Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) review and approve certain agendas.
LWMC Chairman Amjad Ali Awan presided over the meeting while its CEO Imran Ali Sultan, Additional Secretary (Development) Shahid Zaman, Members Board of Directors Karamat Ullah Chaudhry, Amir Zafar Khan, Amir Saeed Rawn, Altaf Hussain Saqib and heads of all departments attended the meeting.
Earlier, LWMC Chairman Amjad Ali Awan and CEO met the new members of the Board of Directors in an introductory meeting.
The chairman briefed all the members on important issues of LWMC and also shared the future road map.
The LWMC CEO gave a briefing about the progress of the previous BoD meetings, which included: construction of enclosures, procurement of containers/uniforms, procurement of vehicles, 89 days workers employment, the establishment of vigilance wing, branding of vehicles, Media strategy, and few table agendas.
The LWMC CEO also shared the quick wins of LWMC including clearance of TCP near Arfa Karim Tower and lifting of record more than 6,000 tons of waste in the month of March.
The LWMC BoD chairman shared his vision to make the organization the best waste management organization of the country.
He directed all the heads of department to make a checklist of their tasks for the next 5 months and to present it before BOD.
The chairman’s vision includes six-month transformation objective, no visible waste, waste in waste bags, waste bin network in commercial areas, trolleys and waste pickers, public engagement through green volunteers from schools & universities, the actual requirement of operational resources and identification of missing links, focus on sustainable development, resource recovery from existing waste, legacy waste, emotional engagement of workers, smart working – reduce duplication and media management.
He stated that the department should work on the safety and health of the sanitary workers as they are our real heroes and assets of the organization.
He added Mr. Altaf Hussain Saqib in procurement committees of the BOD, LWMC to ensure transparency.