Chennai Corporation officers advised IANS that the company has been creating consciousness since October 2 on the cleanliness required after the fireworks and to take away the waste.
The GCC has been conducting consciousness campaigns in affiliation with residential associations in all areas of the company. Pamphlets have been distributed on the need of a clear and inexperienced Deepavali and posters pasted throughout the wards to make folks conscious of the disposal of waste.
A senior official with the company whereas chatting with IANS stated, “We want the residents to segregate the cracker waste from household waste and hand it over to conservation workers who collect in BOVs. Two BOVs will be put in use in each ward to collect the waste.”
The waste can be transported to the company’s Gumidipoondy facility after amassing from the wards. Fire extinguishers and all different emergency gear are prepared in all of the wards, in keeping with company officers.
Water lorries are additionally stationed on the company’s Kodungayiur and Peringudi services as a backup for any emergency throughout the festivals and with strict monitoring enforced for bursting solely inexperienced crackers, the company expects that the air pollution stage can be much less particularly the noise air pollution ranges.
While restrictions have been put in place in Tamil Nadu to burst crackers between 6 a.m. and seven a.m. and night 7 p.m. to eight p.m, individuals are not taking this critically and crackers have been burst all day on Wednesday.
Kannan. Ok.R, a businessman in Pammal, whereas chatting with IANS stated, “After the pandemic crushed human lives and economy, there is enjoyment and we are expressing our happiness as markets are open, schools are open and pandemic is under control. So naturally, people will celebrate Deepavali with pomp and grandeur and the government and police officials should not enforce these restrictions strictly.”