“Namma Ooru Super” Campaign Launched in Villupuram, Kallakurchi – The New Indian Express

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By Express press service

VILLUPURAM: Collectors from Villupuram and Kallakurichi districts launched the ‘Namma Ooru Super’ campaign on Sunday and demonstrated the city’s waste collection and separation. The campaign will continue until October 2.

Villupuram collector, D Mohan, kicked off the campaign in Valayampatu village in Thiruvennainallur taluk by demonstrating waste separation to municipal workers. Addressing the audience, he said: “The Minister for Higher Education visited the village yesterday, noticed a dump on either side of the road and ordered an immediate clean up.

A cleaning campaign will take place from Sunday. Before the monsoons, municipal workers were advised to clean dumps and wet dumps to prevent disease incidence. He asked the public for their support and cooperation.

Similarly in Kallakurichi, collector Shravan Kumar Jadavath launched the campaign at Sadayampattu village in Chinasalem taluk. He said, “Special camps to raise public awareness of water, sanitation and waste management under the ‘Namma Ooru Super’ program will be held in all villages from August 20 to October 2. The panchayat administration has been instructed to ensure that people in rural areas sort garbage and keep it clean and that the upper water tank is properly cleaned with chlorine supplied to the public”

According to official sources, the movement aims to promote hygiene and improve the quality of life, properly separate solid and liquid waste and raise awareness of disposable bags rather than single-use soft bags. He also hopes to provide sanitary drinking water to the public, raise awareness about liquid waste management and make the environment greener by avoiding litter.

VILLUPURAM: Collectors from Villupuram and Kallakurichi districts launched the ‘Namma Ooru Super’ campaign on Sunday and demonstrated the city’s waste collection and separation. The campaign will continue until October 2. Villupuram collector D Mohan kicked off the campaign in Valayampatu village in Thiruvennainallur taluk by demonstrating waste separation to municipal workers. Addressing the audience, he said: “The Minister for Higher Education visited the village yesterday, noticed a dump on either side of the road and ordered an immediate clean up. A cleaning campaign will take place from Sunday. workers were advised to clean the dumps and wet the dumps to avoid the occurrence of diseases.” He asked the public for their support and cooperation. Similarly in Kallakurichi, collector Shravan Kumar Jadavath launched the campaign at Sadayampattu village in Chinasalem taluk. He said: “Special camps to raise public awareness on water, sanitation and waste management under the ‘Namma Ooru Super’ program will be organized in all the villages from August 20 to October 2. The panchayat administration has been instructed to ensure that people in rural areas, sort garbage and keep it clean and that the upper water tank is properly cleaned with chlorine supplied to the public” According to official sources, the movement aims to promote hygiene and improve the quality of life, properly separate solids and liquid waste and raise awareness of disposable bags rather than single-use soft bags, and also hopes to provide sanitary drinking water to the public, raise awareness of liquid waste management and make the environment greener by avoiding litter.

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