30 tonnes of Panaji’s waste makes way to Karnataka | Centre for Science and Environment

30 tonnes of Panaji’s waste makes way to Karnataka

Panaji, Jan 4: More than 30 tonnes of non-recyclable wastes from the city, which may have been dumped in some rapidly rising landfill, have been dispatched in just over two months to a cement factory's furnaces in Karnataka.
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