Chinese state-owned company gets contract to shift landfill sites out of major Sindh cities

By Shafqat Ali | Gwadar Pro Nov 8, 2021

KARACHI, November 8 (Gwadar Pro) – Chinese State-owned company Denzo International has been awarded contract to shift the landfill sites out of the major cities of the Pakistani Sindh province.

Sindh Provincial Minister for Local Government and Public Health Engineering Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said the contract had been awarded on merit and the Sindh government expected quick and satisfactory work.

Speaking to journalists on Sunday, he mentioned that the landfill site was being shifted out of the Larkana city as well as the major cities of the province including Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur to keep them clean.

“Our team has intensified the development work to provide all the basic facilities to the people,” the minister said.

 “The solid waste management operation with Chinese firm for lifting and dumping of garbage from Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur and Larkana will be started soon,” Shah maintained.

Shah underlined that the Denzo International Company in Larkana was cleaning the city in the first phase and in the second phase it would pick up garbage from house to house from December.

In this regard, he elaborated, the Denzo International Company has started work so that the sanitation and cleanliness of cities could be improved.


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