Rajkot 6th cleanest; alsobest self-sustainable town | Rajkot News


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SLUG: Swachh Survekshan 2020
The Diamond City watched a sparkling advancement in its cleanliness standing, getting India’s second largest town following Indore, at the most recent Swachh Survekshan (sanitation poll ) published by the Union home and urban affairs ministry on Friday.
Surat enhanced from a remote 14 last year to number two and officials blamed that this increase maintly to capping of Khajod landfill site that has been converted to uncharted green land mass.
Rajkot not only improved its cleanliness standing from nine to six, but also obtained the national award for’10 greatest self-sustainable cities’ from the populace of 10 lakh into 40 lakh. Municipal commissioner Udit Agarwal said the award is a recognition of numerous green initiatives which were taken to decrease the carbon footprint.
“The green initiatives are especially crucial for Rajkot since it’s the industrial capital of Saurashtra,” added Agarwal. RMC has attained 100percent in solid waste disposal via house-to-house collection and construction as many as 102 community and public bathrooms.
Ahmedabad has rated as the cleanest town in India for the second successive time one of 40 lakh and cities beating the nation’s four metros and other megacities. The town, however, got a three-star score from the group of’garbage-free town’, whereas Surat and Rajkot were equally rated as five stars. But when in the towns with a population of 10 lakh or over, Ahmedabad positions fifth.
Between 1 lakh and 10 lakh inhabitants, Gandhinagar positions eighth cleanest town in the nation.
Vadodara also revealed a remarkable improvement in the gloomy 78th place annually into the 10th area today. After being rated 13 in 2016, there was a constant downslide. Officials blamed the lousy performance in 2019 to instruction problems by the civil system, which had been ironed out this season in addition to book recycling projects which were taken up.


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