Jodhpur Municipal Corporation started a unique initiative...

A unique initiative has been started to make the residents of jodhpur aware of cleanliness and keeping in mind the upcoming cleanliness survey. Municipal Corporation North has set up '3R' centers at two places in the city. It has been established on the theme of recycle, reduce and reuse. City residents will be able to deposit unused items lying at their homes at these centres. In return, they will be given gifts from Municipal Corporation North. jodhpur Municipal Corporation North Commissioner Atul Prakash said that '3R' centers have been set up at Baiji Ka Talab CSI office of Municipal Corporation North and Pratap nagar CSI office for recycle, reduce and reuse. At these centres, unused items lying in homes like old clothes, old toys, old shoes, old books, old electrical goods, old bags etc. can be deposited.

Gifts will be given through lottery

The Commissioner said that the unusable goods will be reused and recycled to benefit the needy. Apart from these centres, all the people of the ward can deposit their unused goods in the ward in-charge and CSI office. Ward in-charge will be able to deposit these items at the centre. Municipal Corporation North Commissioner Atul Prakash said that various gifts have been kept by the Municipal Corporation North for those who deposit goods at the '3R' centre. He told that five points will be given for one kg newspaper, 10 points for one kg clothes, 15 points for one kg utensils, 15 points for one kg plastic and 30 points for one kg electronic goods. He told that if there is a minimum of 100 points, a lottery will be drawn on the last date of the month. In this, gifts will be presented to the winning participants.

These goods will be given to needy people

AEN Parineeta Samaria said that old clothes and old shoes will be reused and distributed among the needy and slum areas. Along with this, cloth bags, diaries, photo frames will be made from old clothes by women of self-help groups and they will be used as decorative items. A library of old books will be set up in the public community building for children to read.

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