Residents of a few housing societies in Dhankawdi claim that the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has not collected garbage from their area for the last ten daysWhen contacted, head of the civic solid waste management department, Suresh Jagtap, said the PMC has started issuing notices to housing societies that have come up after the year 2000 to segregate dry and wet waste and to compost the latter.
"These societies earlier submitted NOCs saying that they will set up vermicomposting pits. In some cases, these pits only need to be activated. This is being done according to the solid waste management rules, so we expect citizens to co-operate with us," Jagtap said.
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