KOZHIKODE: The move to allow private players like residents' associations or non-government organizations (NGOs) install waste disposal mechanism seems to be caught in red tape. According to district sanitation missions, the government order on this issue dated June 12 does not clearly define the role of local self-government (LSG) in this initiative.
The order states that if residential association or NGOs are ready to foot 15 and 25%, respectively, of the total cost of the waste disposal mechanism, then such parties will be allowed to set up the system with the help of the sanitation mission. They need not approach the local self-government bodies to avail subsidy or permission. Read more
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