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NCPC arranges cleanliness drive.

RAWALPINDI -- National Cleaner Production Center (NCPC), Rawalpindi, has arranged a programme to create awareness among the people visiting parks and other re-creational spots with the coordination of the Management of Ayub National Park.

The Coordinator of National Cleaner Production Centre Irshad Ramay , students of Fatima Jinnah Women University, DG Army Heritage Foundation and the officials of NCPC were present on the occasion. The National Cleaner Production Centre would continue such programmes for the better results in future as well.

Every citizen is supposed to keep the environment neat and clean in order to provide better living conditions and in this connection maximum efforts shall be made to discard and reducing of litter on the ground as opposed to disposing broken glasses, metal entities, packing material and cigarette butts in trash cans.

Coordinator National Cleaner Production Centre Irshad Ramay and the team members of the programme practically engaged the visitors and youth present on the occasion to participate in picking up of litter and dumped it in proper trash cans.

Emphasizing the need for reducing litter, he said it is the responsibility of every citizen to do right thing and disposed off in proper way.

He further said that there is no distinctive class of people, age, gender or status in terms of littering as people in all walks of life litter intentionally or un-intentionally as the waste management is the most challenging issue of the world.

As a part of solution it was explained "If You dropped on the ground pick it up, if someone else dropped on the ground pick it up and through it in trash cans" Similarly, it was further explained that the littering is injurious for the aquatic life so we should make the environment clean and healthy for all the living things.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Sep 24, 2012
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