5 May 2014 ;
In the past two years, many progressive changes have taken place in the way Bangalore manages its waste; changes that have influenced way waste is managed in the rest of Karnataka and even across India.
Bangalore is the first city in India where segregation of municipal waste at source has become mandatory. This is a direct outcome of directions issued by the Karnataka High Court responding to a batch of PILs, including ESG’s, about the poor state of managing municipal solid waste and its consequent adverse impacts. The Court in its directions has emphasised that public involvement and decentralised efforts are critical for tackling the prevailing garbage crisis. More details about these efforts are at: http://tinyurl.com/l9osbdq
To help evaluate the extent to which the progressive directions of the High Court are being implemented, we request you to participate in this survey. It should take only about five minutes.
Click this link to enter the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cEbM4Sp0nIMZILZIQ7pXzljH6BqsxNxgMgktfm-KOo8/viewform
You can respond to the survey more than once in case you wish to assess quality of waste management in more than one location, i.e., home or office or school or corporate. Please note you have to enter a separate survey for each location.
Thank you for your cooperation and support.
Environment Support Group
1572, 36th Cross, Intermediate Ring Road
Banashankari II Stage, Bangalore 560070
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