To find out if people are segregating waste or not, our volunteers went for second follow up visit on 6 April. Out of the 144 houses visited by us, 126 houses segregated properly while 18 houses had mixed plastic waste with organic waste. Our volunteers corrected such fault and clarified any confusion these houses had in terms of segregating waste.
On 4 April, Clean up Nepal had conducted its first follow up following the distribution of bins to 1200 kitchens on 18 March as a part of the household waste segregation pilot project in Nagarjun municipality.
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