To improve the sanitation services in the city, the Bareilly Municipal Corporation has decided to upgrade its 40 primary garbage collection centres. To keep an eye on the sanitation workers, the Corporation will also install CCTV cameras at these garbage collection centres at a cost of Rs 2.5 crores.
“Considering the difficulties faced by residents of the nearby areas where the primary garbage collection centres of municipal corporation are located, we have undertaken the intiative of modernising them. We have directed the officials to get the collection centres covered. The modernised trash collection centres will also be equipped with CCTV cameras to keep a tab on its maintenance and people working there,” said BMC chief sanitation and food inspector, Vimal Kumar Mishra.
Four garbage collection centres have already been modernised including Katghar, Swaley Nagar, Biharipur and Seeta Ram ka koocha. CCTV cameras at Katghar garbage collection centre are being installed.
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