GURUGRAM: The officials of Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) on Sunday inaugurated the first Swachh Vatika at Sector 4/7 dividing road. The green belt of the Sector 4/7 dividing road has been transformed into a garden and the waste material has been used to beautify the green space.
“We can improve our parks and green spaces by using waste material, such as disposable plastic, which can be recycled and used further. The team led by councillor Seema Pahuja has set an example by recycling waste material and using it to develop this Vatika,” said mayor Madhu Azad, who along with the MCG commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh inaugurated the Swachh Vatika on Sunday.
The MCG commissioner said that waste material can be processed and recycled to put to use again. “If every person recycles their waste, there would be no waste at all. Every councillor should start recycling waste in their wards and put it to use by making Swachh Vatikas in their areas. If we create more of such green spaces, the entire city will see a transformation and look beautiful,” the commissioner added.
Pahuja said that her team has made a 25-feet high structure using the waste material in the Swachh Vatika and asserted that such green spaces should also be created in other parts of the city.

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