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Bangalore yet to adhere to waste segregation

Bangalore: Despite repeated remin-ders from the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) on waste segregation at source, most apartment complexes in BTM Layout here seem to be taking it easy. A quick check revealed that many multi-dwelling apartment complexes have not been segregating garbage, let alone making arrangements to manage the waste that is generated within their complexes.

Though the two-month grace period for making arrangements to scientifically manage waste in-house has expired, the bulk generators claim to be busy in drawing up “action plans.”