LWMC’s Vision for a Smog-Free Lahore Takes Shape

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Babar Sahib Din, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC), has reaffirmed the company’s dedication to transforming Lahore into a smog-free city.

Under his leadership, LWMC is actively pursuing a range of initiatives to combat the issue of smog and enhance the overall environmental quality of Lahore.

CEO Babar Sahib Din personally undertook inspections of various areas in the city, closely monitoring sanitation arrangements and cleanliness efforts. During a recent inspection of the Expo Centre and its adjacent roads, he directed LWMC’s operational teams to ensure thorough cleaning of these areas within a two-day timeframe. The CEO emphasized the importance of both manual scraping and mechanical sweeping in the quest to create dust-free and pollution-free streets, particularly on key roads.

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Furthermore, LWMC is collaborating with the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) in joint operations to clear open plots, contributing to the overall cleanliness of the city. Babar Sahib Din extended his inspection tour to several significant locations, including Johar Town, Green Market, Khokhar Chowk, Shadaiwala Chowk, and Abdul Haq Road. He paid particular attention to the cleaning operations along the routes leading to Shahrah Nazriya Pakistan, Emporium Mall, and Expo Centre.

The CEO’s message is clear: the provision of a clean and pollution-free environment for Lahore’s residents is a top priority for LWMC. He called upon the city’s residents to actively participate in this shared goal by refraining from littering and burning waste, actions that significantly contribute to smog formation. Instead, he encouraged everyone to responsibly position of garbage in designated waste bins.

Babar Sahib Din also emphasized the importance of open communication and urged residents to reach out to LWMC through its helpline at 1139 or via social media channels to report sanitation-related concerns or seek assistance. The CEO’s commitment and LWMC’s ongoing efforts underscore the collective responsibility of citizens and organizations in ensuring a cleaner and healthier environment for Lahore, ultimately working toward a smog-free future.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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