Jamshedpur, May 14: To promote cleanliness and sustainability, the Swachh Bharat Mission Urban is set to inaugurate the RRR (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Center between May 15 to June 5, 2023. In preparation for this significant milestone, Tata Steel Utilities and Infrastructure Services Limited (TSUISL) and Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) held an extensive discussion on May 13 to outline the road map for Mission Life.
The RRR Centre serves as a pivotal hub within the city, enabling citizens, institutions, and businesses to responsibly dispose of their excess plastic, clothing, electronic items, shoes, bags, books, toys, and more. By embracing a 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) lifestyle, the RRR Centre aims to empower every individual to make a tangible contribution towards maintaining a clean city and preserving the environment.
Understanding the ecological impact of each item, the RRR Centre not only provides a storage facility but also collaborates with other stakeholders to reduce and recycle the collected materials. Currently, Jamshedpur boasts five major RRR Centres operated by Tata Steel UISL, complemented by an additional 15 satellite RRR Centres established during the campaign. Among these facilities, there is an Electronic Waste Centre, jointly managed by Tata Steel UISL and Hulladek Recycling, specifically designed to address electronic waste management and recycling.
To ensure the success of the Swachh Bharat Mission Urban and the long-term operation of the RRR Centre, a dedicated team from JNAC and Tata Steel UISL is diligently working together. Regular meetings are being conducted to prioritize crucial aspects and ensure seamless coordination between all stakeholders involved.
The introduction of Geo tags for all RRR Centers will enhance their visibility and streamline operations. Through these collective efforts, Jamshedpur aims to lead by example, inspiring other cities to adopt similar sustainable practices.
Together, let’s embrace the vision of “My Life, My Clean City” and work towards a greener, healthier future for all.
With the stray cattle returning to the roads again to cause serious accidents involving bikes in Jamshedpur,
As good number of cattle owners of Jamshedpur do not have cowsheds to take care of their animals, these cows and bulls would roam along the roads and start sleeping even on busy thoroughfares st Bistupur/Sanchi main posh area of town.
These cattle cause accidents including fatal mishaps every year during the monsoon.
Appeal to JNSC/DC/Tata Steel/JUSCO save human lives, keep public roads for safe ride, promote a good culture cleanness.
Stray cattle menace on Jamshedpur roads. Public suffers. Accidents increases. Main busy areas like Bestuur/Sanchi etc.
JNAC should come out of the room find out a solution. Save human lives. Impose penalty on owners of stray cattle, if not rehabilitation scheme be introduced