RAWALPINDI: Owais Manzoor Tarar, Managing Director, Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC), has appealed to the residents to contact the helpline 1139 for registration of complaints and come forward to make the company’s cleaning campaign a success.
Talking to the agency, he said that the company is working hard to ensure cleanliness in the city.
He said the company’s workforce was collecting more than 950 tonnes of waste from 74 civic union councils (UCs) on a daily basis and moving it to dumping sites in Lusar, in addition to manual and mechanical cleaning, washing and drain desalting. Has been What
The MD said that RWMC teams, in collaboration with Al-Bayark, were also going door-to-door to spread awareness among the residents about the precautionary measures against dengue. He urged the citizens to come forward and work with the company to ensure cleanliness as it is promoting hygiene to prevent the deadly disease. Owais said the company was taking all possible measures against smog, covetous 19, dengue and other deadly diseases but the participation of citizens was essential for the success of the campaign.
Awareness camps and walks were also part of the campaign, which involved people from various walks of life, he said.
In response to a question, he said the teams focused on educational institutions as well as orbits and visited mosques to urge scholars to play their part and clean up the residents in the light of Islamic teachings. Be aware of the importance.
Citizens were also asked to follow the administration’s guidelines for dengue prevention, especially during the monsoon season.
In reply to another question, he said that the company has conducted joint disinfection sprays in various residential and commercial areas of the city in collaboration with Punjab Emergency Rescue Service 1122 and other concerned departments where anti-corona virus spray and manually from chlorinated water. And the mechanical was being cleaned. Contains 19 epidemics.
He informed that the department had also deployed manpower to provide exceptional cleaning services inside and outside the quarantine centers and was at the forefront of the fight against Quaid 19 by providing exceptional cleaning services.
He added that so far 15 workers have been affected by COVID-19 while performing their duties in their field.