(PLO)- The estimated cost of the Department of Transport to collect garbage on the Saigon River in six months is more than 8.5 billion VND.
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has just approved the plan of the Department of Transport on the collection and collection of garbage on the Saigon River and the plan to prevent garbage, algae and grass from being entangled at the foot of the bridge from the Thu Ngu flagpole to the bridge. C-Ba Son port.
Garbage appears a lot on the rivers in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: NGUYEN CHAU
Accordingly, the estimated budget that the Department of Transport offers to carry out garbage collection on this river route (the section from the Te canal junction to the Saigon bridge) in six months (from July 1 to December 31) is more than 8, 5 billion dong.
The frequency of garbage collection is every two days. The volume of garbage expected to be picked up in six months is about 1,800 tons.
According to the Department of Transport, the Saigon River route is located in an area with a very important vision, the location is right in the inner city and especially in the city center, separating between Thu Duc city and Thu Duc city on one side. On the other side is the “facade” of District 1 extending to a part of District 4, Binh Thanh District.
This stretch of river is associated with famous landmarks of the city such as Ho Chi Minh Museum of History, Nha Rong Wharf, Bach Dang Wharf park, Thu Ngu flagpole… meet the needs of city people to enjoy the river view.
Therefore, in order to increase the urban beauty and contribute to the development of tourism in the city, it is necessary and necessary to organize garbage collection on the Saigon River and the plan to prevent garbage and weeds from getting entangled at the foot of the bridge. show methodically.
District 7, Ho Chi Minh City pick up trash, clean canals on the occasion of April 30th
(PLO)- The People’s Committee of Phu Thuan Ward coordinated with the Military Command of District 7 to carry out the launching ceremony of general environmental sanitation on the occasion of April 30.