To find out if people are segregating waste or not, if all the houses and kitchens have received the bins or not and if the bin size is appropriate or not, Clean up Nepal mobilized our volunteers for the first follow up. We covered 190 houses and found most of the houses are segregating waste while some have also stored the reject waste in separate bins.
On 18 March, Clean up Nepal in collaboration with NEPSEMYAK Sewa Pvt. Ltd. and Nagarjun municipality had distributed 1200 bins in ward 2 of Nagarjun municipality as part of the household waste segregation pilot project.
For further information, please contact Jyotir Nisha at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +977-14373175. This project has been generously supported by We Help Nepal.
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