Gurugram: Officials advised strict oversight of private agency sanitation operations.

MCG commissioner orders authorities to ensure private entities responsible for sanitizing city are functioning effectively . There are 614 industrial waste generators in the city, of which only 205 adhere to the 2016 Solid Waste Management standards .

GURUGRAM: The MCG commissioner ordered the authorities on Thursday to ensure that private entities responsible for sanitizing the city are functioning effectively.In a meeting held by the MCG chief with the sanitation department chief, the directions were given.MCG chief Mukesh Kumar Ahuja said that the public facilities should not be affected and that a system of control should be developed to keep a close eye on sanitation employees to ensure that the city is clean.There are 614 industrial waste generators (BWGs) in the city, of which only 205 adhere to the 2016 Solid Waste Management standards.

According to official estimates, condominiums, commercial buildings, government agencies, public administrations, private companies, hospitals, nursing homes, hostels, hotels, RWAs, gated societies, etc.are all responsible for generating 50 kg or more waste per day.The MCG logo should be applied to tractor trolleys, earthmovers, and other equipment used in the city for sanitation operations so that the community knows that the civic body is on the ground.In the meeting, Ahuja said that the monitoring of sweeping machines working at night on steep stretches should be monitored.