New Garbage Management Center Opens to Promote Better Trash Sorting Among Residents
The city opened a new residential garbage classification management center in efforts to promote a better trash sorting among residents. The new center is task in classifying and sorting trash while monitoring the daily operations of the city level residential garbage treatment facilities. The center will also implement measures that will enhance local garbage classification.
There are five hundred locations are piloting trash sorting efforts and the center will do start a citywide program that will evaluate these locations ranging from schools, residential communities, industrial parks and restaurants. Furthermore residential property managers and owners will be required to report to the center once garbage sorting has been implemented. If half of these households sort their trash on their own accord government subsidies will be given to these residential properties.
The classification center is also planning to pilot a pay for trash bags programs in several sub districts by next year in which residents will be asked to pay for and to use designated bags for household garbage. Although the program have no government approval as of the moment a same program is already been implemented in several cities.
There are only nine waste disposal facilities including seven incineration facilities and two landfills which handle more than 13 tons of waste each day.