Indore, the cleanest city for the sixth time, generates millions from its waste.
In Indore, garbage is separated into six categories at a collection location rather than the usual dry and wet categories.
According to officials, Indore has won India's cleanest city for the sixth consecutive year thanks
to the daily processing of 1,900 tonnes of municipal trash, which generates millions of rupees in
revenue and supplies fuel for its buses. On Saturday, the findings of the annual cleanliness survey conducted by the Union government
were released. The cleanest cities were found to be Indore, Surat, and Navi Mumbai.
In Indore, garbage is separated into six categories at a
collection location rather than the usual dry and wet categories.
Even though Madhya Pradesh, the state's economic hub and largest city, produces 1,200
tonnes of dry waste and 700 tonnes of wet waste per day and has a population of 35 lakh, it lacks trash cans.
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