Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched ‘Clean Andhra Pradesh (CLAP) scheme’ on October 2, 2021 marking the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Under this scheme the state government intends for proper waste collection and segregation at domestic level in rural and urban areas as well as at the state level as a whole. Waste treatment will be taken care off. This scheme aims at making the state garbage and litter free through community participation. CM flagged off 2600 garbage collecting vehicles during the launch. The scheme intends to make the state a more cleaner place to reside in.
|Scheme||Clean Andhra Pradesh (CLAP)|
|Scheme Under||Andhra Pradesh Government|
|Launched By||Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy|
|Launch Date||October 2, 2021|
|Beneficiaries||Residents in the state|
|Major Objective||To make the state clean through proper waste collection, segregation and treatment thereby ensuring a cleaner environment for the residents.|
Objectives and Benefits:
- The main objective of the scheme is to make the state a cleaner place through proper waste management.
- It aims at processing and removing the garbage and litter in the state.
- Efforts will be made of waste collection at domestic level in rural and urban areas.
- This scheme would ensure proper collection, segregation and treatment of waste.
- 2600 garbage collection vehicles are flagged off under the scheme.
- About, 14,000 tricycles, 3,097 hydraulic garbage autos, 1,771 e-autos will be provided for waste collection and disposal.
- Through this scheme the state government aims at welfare of citizens in the state.
- This scheme will ensure a cleaner state environment for residence.
- On October 2, 2021 Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched Clean Andhra Pradesh (CLAP) scheme in the state for ensuring a cleaner environment in Andhra Pradesh.
- This scheme aims at proper waste collection, segregation and treatment at domestic and state levels.
- It intends to ensure a cleaner state environment for residence.
- Under this scheme the CM flagged off 2600 garbage collecting vehicles during the launch.
- About, 14,000 tricycles, 3,097 hydraulic garbage autos, 1,771 e-autos will be provided for waste collection and disposal under this initiative.
- About 27,000 green ambassadors, 10,000 Gram panchayat workers and 38,000 sanitary workers will contribute their service under the scheme.
- The state government would arrange 10,731 high pressure toilet cleaners for keeping the public toilets clean in the state.
- Government would also arrange for about 10,628 portable thermal fogging machines and 6,417 incinerators in the state.
- The state government will provide 3 color coded dustbins in red, green and blue colors to all 40 lakh households.
- People will tend to segregate their waste in the dustbins at the basic domestic level.
- This initiative will focus on public participation for making the state clean.
- State government will arrange funds for the scheme from the state budget and user charges collected in the state.