Islamabad: The Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) and the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) have declared their clean-up operations over Eid-ul-Azha successful, according to a news source.
RCB reported removing over 3,936 tons of offal and animal waste from Rawalpindi’s cantonment areas, while MCI stated that it collected the offal and remains of over 75,000 animals from Islamabad.
The RCB’s administration and sanitation staff were on duty throughout the Eid holidays to ensure that offal and animal waste did not pollute the streets. This cleanliness drive took place under the supervision of Cantonment Executive Officer (CEO) Sibtain Raza, assisted by Additional CEO Faisal Munir Watto and RCB Public Health Officer Waris Bhatti. The deployed resources included 580 sanitation workers and 120 collection vehicles in the 10 wards of the cantonment.
As for Islamabad, Director Sanitation Sardar Khan Zimri stated that over 2,000 sanitation workers and more than 100 machines had been deployed to remove waste.