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Tata Steel, JNAC launches RRR Centers


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Jamshedpur, May 19:  Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee and Tata Steel UISL have collaborated to establish RRR (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle) Centers as part of the Meri Life, Mera Swachh Shehar campaign. These centers allow citizens to deposit extra items such as clothes, electronic items, shoes, plastic materials, and books. The initiative aims to promote cleanliness and responsible citizenship among the residents of the city.

To kickstart the campaign, the Executive Officer of JNAC, Santoshini Murmu, inaugurated the satellite RRR Center located at Kashidih, Sakchi. The event commenced with the flagging off of a publicity vehicle carrying information about the RRR Centers. Officials and personnel from JNAC and Tata Steel UISL were present during the inauguration.

Sanjay Kumar, the Special Officer of JNAC appealed to all citizens to prioritize cleanliness in their daily lives and become responsible members of society. He encouraged residents to utilize the RRR Centers and deposit their excess items.

During the event, Manoj Singh Shekhawat, Chief of Tata Steel UISL Public Health Services, highlighted the installation of small satellite RRR Centers in residential areas across the city. These centers aim to promote the campaign and provide convenient access to citizens.

Shekhawat emphasized that the RRR Centers would be open from 7 am to 1 pm daily, allowing residents to visit and deposit their surplus goods. Each center is staffed with a team dedicated to assisting and guiding citizens. The overall objective of the campaign is to foster awareness and responsibility among the general public regarding environmental conservation.

The Special Officer further appealed to the community to volunteer their time and contribute to this noble cause. The launch of the Meri Life, Mera Swachh Shehar campaign and the establishment of RRR Centers signify the joint efforts of the Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee and Tata Steel UISL in promoting a cleaner and more sustainable city.


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