BMA’s waste management strategy saves 141 million baht

BMA is pleased with the No, Pouring In project, a budget reduction of 141 million baht, visiting the Khlong Toei Market area to meet the services that are managing 18 tonnes of vegetable scraps.

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Aekvarunyoo Amrapala, BMA Spokesperson and Assistant Secretary to the Governor of Bangkok, along with the director of Khlong Toei District visited the area to meet with the waste management services in the No Pouring In project in the Khlong Toei Market area and the Queen Mother Chaloem Phrakiat Park, Khlong Toei.

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The tour from the district aims to allow an understanding of the process of waste management from the beginning and the end. In the past, BMA has spent more than 16,000 million baht per year on waste management, but last year, because of the No Pouring In project, BMA was able to save more than 141 million baht. With the budget saved on waste management, it can be used for many other sectors or uses for the city.

BMA's waste management strategy saves 141 million baht | News by Thaiger

For waste management in Khlong Toei Market Vegetable waste that Khlong Toei District collects from Khlong Toei Market, approximately 18 tonnes per day, will be used to produce compost at the On Nut Waste Disposal Center. before being recycled and distributed in parks in this regard, They would like to emphasise that all citizens mindfully separate the waste by categories for recycling.

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