LWMCLahore Waste Management Company (Lahore, Pakistan)
LWMCLifestyle and Weight Management Consultant
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Moreover LWMC has been given responsibility to manage medical waste of all 17 major hospitals in the city.
While visiting various installations, the US delegation appreciated the standard and quality of work being done by LWMC and Turkish engineers and termed the sanitary landfill site matched with the one of European standards.
It was estimated that 1,500 to 2,000 ton of waste would be available for waste to energy project in Lahore for which, LWMC has also advertised Expressions of Interests in national and international newspapers.
Following the pre-qualification process, LWMC is expected to issue an Invitation to Bid by December 2012.
LWMC is nearly collecting 6500 tons of waste per day out of which nearly 1000 tons of waste is being sold to DG Khan Cement where they are producing RDF(refused derived fuel) and from nearly 150 tons of waste LWMC is manufacturing compost from its own compost plant.
According to a spokesman for LWMC, the measures include
According to a spokesman for LWMC, the measures include payment of advance salary along with an additional annual incentive, awards of best employees of the year 2017 and best cleanliness arrangements in and around Christian localities, worship places and recreational public points.
Moreover, the LWMC management has not gotten the registration of fertilizer brand name Khad Beliya.
LWMC officials said that the operations of these cells could allow 200 to 2,500 ton waste to be managed on daily basis in an
Senior official from LWMC while commenting on this awareness programme said, LWMC is focused towards a holistic approach in order to clean the cities, uplift the environment by involving communities and apprising them about their role which is important to combat the challenge as a whole.
The ceremony was attended by Lifebuoy's brand ambassador Reema Khan; a celebrated actress now turned social activist, the marketing team of Lifebuoy and senior officials from LWMC.
Also speaking on the occasion, LWMC MD Syed showed overwhelming willingness to accept the offer to do waste management work in Azad Kashmir areas as one step ahead to conserve natural beauty of tourist destinations in Northern parts of the country whose environment should be conserved and safeguarded as people in large number started visiting them with advancement in mobility options for them and related improvement of road infrastructure.