Environment & Innovation Good News: Maharashtra to make Manure out of Highway Food Mall Leftovers By Shivani Prajapati 0 85 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Well, the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has announced transfigure the wet waste originated by plazas and food malls across the expressway into dung. General Survey People who travel via different highways across India must be aware about the restaurants that coddle to a vast extent of travelers. It is only un-biased to conclude that these malls produce tonnes of wastes on a regular core. The reason is those enormous vehicles that crisscross these roads. Execution To that extent, MSRDC has previously prepared their schemes to set up treatment plants and solid waste management. These can convert wet wastes into dung. The authorities are trying their level best to complete this process by appealing tenders. Also Read: Environment Care: Zero Waste Produced in Japanese Town Kamikatsu Report of Mid-Day According to the report of Mid-day, a senior MSRDC official has quoted “We have invited tenders for the appointment of a contractor for installation, supply, testing and commissioning of the plants.” Aim Furthermore, the goal is to find an eco-friendly mode to discard the waste and the MSRDC is undaunted to achieve it. Conclusion In conclusion, we can say that the authorities are now targeting four isolated food malls through the highways. These together end up creating 500 to 1,100 kg of wastes every day. With the addition of this, the management have also pinpointed seven different places where treatment plants can be easily set. Also, the landlords of these food malls will now be solicited to isolate their waste. The waste will now be transported to treatment plants for conservation and the dry waste will be transported to landfills.