<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>To ensure that the issues on waste segregation and organic composting are resolved before the October 2 deadline, the Nepean Sea Road Citizens Forum (NSRCF) has allocated its annual meeting this Sunday for a sitdown with the Assistant Municipal Commissioner of BMC’s D ward, Devidas Kshirsagar.Majority of the residential buildings on Napean Sea Road are yet to set up the waste segregation system in their society.Gita Mirchandani, NSRCF chairperson, said, “There are over 100 buildings, including small and larger residential societies, but hardly anybody has started the waste segregation process. The meeting will help the residents raise issues regarding installation of the waste segregation systems and make organic compost. We have also invited two companies who deal with waste segregation to make a presentation.”Kshirsagar said, “Many residents from the ward has given a positive response. We are following up the initiative with societies and are ensuring that the societies set up the composting system.”

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Nepean Sea residents step up to figure out waste segregation before deadline