Originally published in The India Times

BENGALURU: After months of isolated campaigns and ward-level efforts to make three-way waste segregation a success, the BBMP plans to widen its ambit by educating pourakarmikas, shuchi mitras and resident welfare associations in the city.

The crash course is expected to impress upon them, their roles and responsibilities. Shuchi mitras are volunteer-leaders in each ward, and each ward is mandated to have four of them. “By now, everyone knows about segregation. The problems we face today ..

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