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Garbage piled up in Kathmandu as maintenance continues in access road

31 July 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The garbage collection from the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has been stalled yet again as maintenance of road to Bancharedanda from Sisdol is ongoing.

Disruption of garbage collection has resulted in littered streets, emanating stench.

The garbage is amassed in the densely populated areas of the town including Anamnagar, Kalanki, Kalimati and Balkhu.

Earlier on July 20, the KMC had issued a public notice urging the locals not to bring the garbage out of home for a week citing continued road maintenance.

Spokesperson of the KMC, Nabin Manandhar, said management of the waste had become a tough job since running vehicles along the road was not possible due to delayed completion of the road construction.

He further said it could take some more days to complete the road repair task, meaning that the management of the waste from the entire city could be delayed.

Publish Date : 31 July 2022 07:35 AM

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