Islamabad’s “Zero Waste City” Operation Succeeded During Eid-ul-Azha

On 3 days of Eid-ul-Azha , Islamabad’s Zero Waste City operation, supervised by Federal Minister for Interior Mohsin Naqvi, was successfully implemented. Reports indicate that over 150,000 sacrificial animal remains, totaling 2,600 tons, were systematically disposed of, keeping Islamabad exceptionally clean throughout the festival.

This large-scale operation involved collaboration among the Islamabad Police, ICT, CDA, and Safe City, along with strong cooperation from residents. Over 200 machines and 2,500 sanitary workers worked tirelessly to maintain cleanliness across the city.

For the first time, biodegradable bags were distributed for safe waste disposal. Central monitoring ensured quick responses to around 150 citizen complaints through emergency cells.

The operation was conducted in three phases: mechanized collection, door-to-door waste collection, and disposal. It managed 2,617.52 tons of waste over three days. Health and wellness of the workers was prioritized, with provisions for cold water and food to support the staff.

It said that during three days, as many as 205 complaints had been received but all the problems had been resolved within a few hours.

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