PANJIM: The city is slowly limping back to normal after a six-day long garbage crisis, though remains of uncollected garbage could be seen in some nooks and the tell-tale stink still haunted the residents on Sunday.  After the crisis blew over on Saturday, Corporation of the City of Panjim (CCP) is planning its strategy for setting up of a state-of-the-art garbage treatment facility on Taleigao plateau.
"We have already submitted documents to Goa state infrastructure development corporation (GSIDC) and asked it to prepare estimates for setting up the plant,"CCP mayor Yatin Parekh said.
The CCP will forward the estimates to the government for approval. Urban development minister Joaquim Alemao had blamed the corporation for not submitting the estimates during the past year after it began using the Taleigao site. "Once the estimates are approved, the CCP is likely to entrust the work of construction of the garbage treatment plant to GSIDC," Parekh said. The urban development ministry has assured financial assistance to the CCP to set up the facility.


Emediavoice said...

Dump the Garbage at the Modkoikar's backyard in Old Goa.

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