2 companies successfully use technology in waste treatment

Two companies chosen out of a pool of five for the critical project, Biomining of contaminated waste and soil recovery at the existing dumpsite on the dumping ground . The successful bidder will have to remove and clean around eight lakh metric tons of garbage that have accumulated at the Dadumajra dumping site .

Chandigarh is a city in India Two companies have been chosen out of a pool of five for the critical project, Biomining of contaminated waste and soil recovery at the existing dumpsite on the dumping ground, according to the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation.Now, a financial offer will be launched and work will be allotted to the suitable firm, which will charge a lower price.The scheme is worth about Rs 77 crore, out of which the Union government has given Rs 11.36 crore to the civic body authority.We checked each and every document and paper of these companies to see if they were meeting the agreed upon conditions or not.Following the investigation, documents from three organizations were found to be incomplete and they were unable to participate in the financial offer.

The successful bidder will have to remove and clean around eight lakh metric tons of garbage that have accumulated at the Dadumajra dumping site.The department has been hard at work on this project, conducting lengthy interviews to attract bidders.In April, the civic body body body administered a pre-bid meeting with interested bidders.The pre-bid meeting was held by around 15 bidders, who were invited to address their concerns and answer their questions if any.

The need for the initiative to clean the dumping site area was emphasized by the civic body council, which has since proved to be a significant problem not only for residents of Daddumajra but also for residents of adjacent sectors and colonies.The waste treatment plant in Sector 25 cannot process waste in the present scenario.Thus, the bulk of the city's waste is disposed of at the Dadumajra dumping ground.Legacy waste is waste that has been disposed of at a landfill site for years.