The decision came after office bearers of these societies, RWAs and officials held a meeting on Wednesday.
Five different residential societies in Sector 51, Noida, have come out with a mechanised solution for wet waste disposal. The decision came after office bearers of these societies, RWAs and officials held a meeting on Wednesday at community centre of the sector.
Divulging the details about the meeting to CitySpidey, Sanjeev Kumar, General Secretary of RWA Sector 51, said that the office bearers of five societies in Block-A unanimously decided to install a compost machine of higher capacity for disposal of wet waste.
He said, ''To make the project cost effective, we are going to set up one compost machine with a capacity of 2000 ton which will be enough for wet waste disposal from all the five residential societies. By opting for one mechanised set up, the residents will be saved from paying salary to staff. It will also require less space.
He further said, “If all the societies had gone for a separate set up, they would have required 4-6 staffs for its operation. Furthermore, they would have required more space for setting up 5 compost machines. They have taken a wise decision by going for one compost machine.”
Societies which are going to install this mechanised set up include DPS, Kendri Vihar, Gateway, Parshwnath Residency and Shivkala.
Sector 51 has two residents welfare associations for different residential blocks and the five societies have their own residents body.
Anita Joshi, President of RWA Block A and B, Pawan Sharma, President J J Ram, General Secretary of RWA of Gateway Society and Omendra Srivastava, Chief adviser and consultant to Noida Industrial Development Authority for the Swachh Bharat Mission were present in the meeting.