In the south, it is estimated that three and a half to three lakh more animals, including goats, will be sacrificed.
South City Public Relations Officer. Abu Naser said 10 teams have been formed to monitor the waste management of the areas under the DSCC and the livestock huts at the field level. In addition, a control room has been set up. This step has been taken to monitor the waste management of the area under the jurisdiction of South City and the waste management of the cattle hats from 2 pm on Wednesday to 2 pm on July 24, the day of Eid. These teams have been formed by the officers and employees of different departments of the city corporation under the leadership of the regional executive officers.
DNCC Deputy Chief Waste Management Officer (additional responsibilities) said. Mofizur Rahman Bhuiyan told Prothom Alo at 12:15 pm that activities are underway to send dump trucks, pickups and other transport to different areas to collect waste. At 2 pm, Mayor Atiqul Islam will officially inaugurate the waste removal program in the North City area from Bhatara Sainnagar Temporary Korbani Pashur Hat. However, on the ground, the van service cleaners have started removing the sacrificial waste. He also said that a clean-up program has been planned in North City, assuming that about three lakh cows will be sacrificed.
11 thousand 506 workers of DNCC and about 10 thousand workers of DSCC will be engaged in waste removal from the day of Eid.
Besides, 90 open trucks, 53 compactors, 12 water trucks, 102 dump trucks, 14 pay-loaders, 61 container carriers, 9 tire dozers, 2 trailers, 9 skid loaders and about 400 vehicles and equipment will be disposed of in the field in South City. .
The corporation will have its own waste trucks, heavy machinery, water bowsers as well as additional vehicles from outsourcing to ensure immediate removal of slaughtered animal waste and quick cleaning of animal huts in North City. On the occasion of Eid, necessary vehicles will be engaged to increase the waste transport capacity to at least 10,000 tons.
To this end, a total of 493 vehicles including waste dump trucks, open trucks, heavy vehicles, water vehicles, pickup vans will be deployed for continuous removal of waste from the day before Eid to the next two days of Eid. To prevent environmental pollution, water spray mixed with liquid disinfectant has been arranged with 11 water bowsers, said DNCC.