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Mattia Michielan

I am a trainee journalist from the Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore.

 

I need some information for a magazine article I am writing about the waste management in the green city. I want to confront India waste management system with the one adopted by European, American and the rest of Asia.

 

I would like to know how many tons of trash the city produce daily. In this how much are organic waste and how much is plastic.

 

How the waste is disposed? Is it dumped in waste-lands or incinerated? Are there some NGOs or private enterprise that are working on recycling this waste?

 

Thanking for your collaboration,

Mattia

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Dear Member

 

This portal does not provide information but helps members to effectively use RTI Act 2005 and get the information.

 

If u wish u can file RTI with BMP for information. RTI application (with fee) addressed to Public information Officer of BMP and as per: Karnataka RTI Rules and Fees and Karnataka SIC - RTI Guide

 

For detailed information on how to draft & file an RTI application, please see the "All About RTI" links on the homepage & RTI Guide of the portal.

 

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How to make RTI application effective (by JPS Sir) : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html

 

If you have any further doubts, please post them here and our members will be pleased to guide you further.

 

regards

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