Score of trash bins installed to prevent littering

City Reporter

Capital Development Authority has installed around 1,000 small bins to ensure clean and green environment in the city by preventing littering on major roads, traffic signals and public places.

Its Member Finance Rana Shakeel confirmed on Thursday that the trash bins were installed across the city in line with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Clean and Green vision.

He said the CDA present management, under the leadership of its Chairman Amer Ahmed Ali, was on a mission to beautify the capital city in shortest possible time, adding that was why scores of new trash trolleys and skips had been placed, in addition to the small trash bins.

“The CDA has procured 500 waste trolleys and 100 skips, out of which 400 trolleys and 70 skips have already been installed across the city,” he noted.

Rana Shakeel said earlier, the city owned only 600 trolleys and 90 skips, adding placement of trash receptacles at roads, parks, hospitals, and public places was not a regular feature in the past.

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