Sanitation

राष्ट्रव्यापी सरसफाइ तयारी

24 May 2014 | १० जेष्ठ, २०७१

काठमाडौं-सरकारले नेवार समुदायको पर्व ‘सिठी नखः' र विश्व वातावरण दिवसका अवसरमा राष्ट्रव्यापी सरसफाइ अभियान गर्ने भएको छ।

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Govt bid to keep rivers clean

KATHMANDU: The government is preparing a policy to make every household based on both sides of the rivers in the Kathmandu Valley to construct septic tanks and to treat waste before discharging it into the sewerage system.

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Govt makes septic tank mandatory for all buildings

KATHMANDU, MAY 10 - The government has made it mandatory for every household—new or old in urban areas and developing towns across the country—to construct septic tanks.

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Garbage to gas

MAY 11 - The Kathmandu valley generates around 550 tonnes of solid waste each day and the majority of it is biodegradable. The organic fraction of the municipal solid waste can be converted into biogas in a closed loop-anaerobic digestion plant, also known as Waste-to-Biogas (WtB) system—with the recovery of biogas and nutrients. Biogas is an important energy carrier which can be used for electricity generation or as transport fuel and the nutrients as bio-fertilisers. An integrated WtB system can address the trilemma of energy security, energy equity (national debts on oil imports), and environmental sustainability in Kathmandu.

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Sanitation ID card mandatory for public service

Mangalbare (Ilam), April 11: The sanitation identity card has been made mandatory in government offices to leverage efforts to declare Ilam an Open Defecation Free district.

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