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Teacher Training at CEA School on Integrated Solid Waste Management of school

On 12th April, 2019 BW2V conducted a training on Integrated Solid Waste Management for all the teachers of CEA School.  The main objective of one-hour session was to flow the information and make habit of waste segregation practices in all the students with the guidance of the teachers.

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Waste Management in Shankharapur is optimistic, improvement in just 8 months with the help of locals!

The interest shown by Shankarapur Municipality towards the waste management of its area is being positive. The municipality in public-private partnership with Blue Waste to Value Pvt. Ltd., agreed to manage both the organic and inorganic waste generated rather than to transfer or dump. The project was initiated in last Shrawan and about 30 metric tons of waste was collected from ward no. 6 and 7 which was properly managed, said the CEO of Blue Waste to Value Pvt. Ltd.  Also he said that, the waste management started as pilot project in  two wards of Shankharapur municipality have been practiced positively.

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Shankharapur Municipality, OXFAM and ENPHO Officially Handovers Infrastructural Assets to Blue Waste To Value

Blue Waste To Value and Shankharapur Municipality agreed and signed on terms of initiating Solid Waste Management services on 23rd February 2018 with an aim of making the ancient city clean and therefore the services are being provided to the local communities since July 2018. The company is delivering its services with the coordination of the Municipality for proper and legal functioning.  As soon as the agreement was signed, BW2V started gathering resources required for the development and construction of infrastructure as the major requirement of the waste managing process

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Salinadi Mela Waste Management

Shree Madhav Narayan Brata Mela 2075, is the massive event this year happening at the ancient modern city of Nepal, Sankhu. People across the country and also from the neighbouring country visit this religious event. The event takes place every year and the crowd is expected to gross 2 million this year. With the religious value of this event, the mass of people visiting the Salinadi Temple are coming with the materials required for the ritual to perform in the event. And with such considerations the volume of wastes that will be generated is massive and in require of the proper management with environment friendly measures. 

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