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  • Civic drive on e-waste peril - Telegraph India

    Bhubaneswar: The civic body on Friday launched the e-waste awareness program for bulk consumers from its own office premises under the Clean e-Bhubaneswar Project. With this, the headquarters of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation became the first government office in the city to undergo such an awareness campaign

  • BMC Launches E-Waste Awareness Programme | Samaja Live English

    Bhubaneswar: The e-Waste Awareness Program for Bulk Consumers envisaged under the Clean e-Bhubaneswar Project was launched today at the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) premises. BMC office was the first Government office in the city to undergo such an awareness campaign as the project has already started educating school students on the importance of e-waste and how we should contribute towards its scientific and systematic management

  • Clean e-Bhubaneswar Project brings e-waste awareness program to BMC office premises - OdishaDiary

    Bhubaneswar, Feb 22, 2018 – The e-Waste Awareness Program for Bulk Consumers envisaged under the Clean e-Bhubaneswar Project was launched today at the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) premises. BMC office was the first Government office in the city to undergo such an awareness campaign as the project has already started educating school students on the importance of e-waste and how we should contribute towards its scientific and systematic management

  • City holds e-Waste Awareness Programme

    Representational Image (Photo: Getty Image) The e-Waste Awareness Programme for Bulk Consumers envisaged under the Clean e- Bhubaneswar Project was launched today at the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) premises. Along with the awareness program, the event also marked the commencement of an e-waste collection drive at the BMC premises, and as an initiation of the processes for inventorisation and channelisation of e-waste generated at BMC

  • E-waste becomes Ravan - Telegraph India

    Bhubaneswar: The municipal corporation in collaboration with the International Finance Corporation, a wing of World Bank, installed an e-waste sculpture at Jayadev Vihar Square on Tuesday to spread awareness on the rising volumes of electronic waste. With the installation, the authorities aim to highlight improper disposal and treatment of e-waste

  • ‘Clean E-Bhubaneswar’ completes one year

    The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) organised a stakeholders’ workshop here on Tuesday to mark the completion of one year of the ‘Clean E-Bhubaneswar’ Programme and to showcase key activities. About 100 institutions/organisations were felicitated for their contributions to make the project a success

  • Clean E-Bhubaneswar programme has enabled to properly dispose of several tonnes of e-waste – Odisha News Times

    Bhubaneswar:25/9/18: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and International Finance Corporation (IFC), a part of the World Bank Group, organised a stakeholder workshop today to mark the completion of one year of the ‘Clean E-Bhubaneswar’ programme. Bringing together key representatives from the government, private sector, academia as well as citizens, the event felicitated 100 institutions/organisations in recognition to their contributions to make the project a success