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Inauguration of community toilet at Maheshwori Sibhir, Bhaktapur-8.

Inauguration of Rainwater Harvesting System at Liwali Ganesh Bhaktapur Puna Isthapana Kendra, Bhaktapur.

Women Power- Community take ownership building their water tank to harvest the rainwater in Liwali

Students of RAIN CLUB in Vishwo Niketan Public School in Kathmandu being addressed by Ms. Tripti Rai, Country Director, WaterAid Nepal on the occasion of World Toilet Day event

Inauguration of Rainwater Harvesting(RWH) System at Viswa Niketan Secondary School by Bhim Prasad Upadhaya, Secretary, Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation.

Interaction Program on Chemical Safety Environment & Ecosystem-Restoration

On the Occassion of World Environment Day. GUTHI in collaboration with CEPHED and Khwopa College is organizing interaction program on " Chemical Safety, Environment and Ecosystem Restoration" 

Program Details:

Date: 5th June 2021 Saturday
Time: Morning 8:00 to 9:30 AM
Meeting ID: 841 3990 0255

Bhimdatta municipal government has no place to manage town's waste




A proposed landfill project has failed to take off due to protests from some town residents who do not want a waste management facility near their homes.

Bhimdatta Municipality in Kanchanpur has been grappling with waste management problems for the last two decades. Around 11 to 14 tonnes of garbage is generated within the municipality on a daily basis, according to officials at the local unit. The municipality had issued several public notices in the past searching for five bighas of land to construct a dumping site. But none of the landowners in the municipality is willing to provide land plots for that purpose.For a lack of a dumping site, the collected garbage is buried in large pits in the bazaar area.


How Kathmandu’s waste management emerged as a perennial problem

Segregation of garbage at the source itself and recycling the useful materials could serve as a long-term solution, according to experts.


Last month household garbage piled up in the streets of Kathmandu for a week.While pedestrians suffered the stink momentarily while they walked past heaps of garbage in the Valley, Kaji Man Maharjan, owner of a grocery store at Teku, had to live with it.“Every time, when the City fails to remove garbage it gets piled up just 50 metres from my shop and the stink comes directly to my shop,” said Maharjan. “Other people can close their windows to stop the odour, but shop owners waiting for customers can’t do that. Besides, business suffers.”This time the garbage was finally cleared after the Kathmandu Metropolitan City reached an agreement with local residents at Sisdole, Nuwakot to let the garbage from the Capital be dumped there. But 50-year-old Maharjan knows that the relief he has felt is a temporary one. Soon garbage will be piled nearby, he said, as he has faced this problem recurring every year.


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