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हा ब्लॉग म्हणजे पुणेकरांचं व्यासपीठ आहे. तुम्हाला पडलेले प्रश्‍न, तुमच्या समस्या सुचलेली उत्तरं, पाहिलेलं चांगलं काही आणि कोणाच्या तरी पाठीवर मारायची थाप... हे सारं तुम्ही इथे "शेअर' करू शकता. पोस्ट, फोटो आणि व्हिडिओ साऱ्यांचंच इथे स्वागत आहे.अट फक्त एकच एखाद्यानं मांडलेल्या समस्येवर, प्रश्‍नावर इतरांनी उत्तरं सुचवायची!

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अवतीभवती घडणारं काही खास...निवडक म्हणजे "ई सकाळ'चं संडे स्पेशल. सरत्या आठवड्यातील चर्चेची घटना आणि मराठी साहित्यात पदार्पण केलेलं नवं कोरं पुस्तक, असे दर आठवड्याला स्पेशल विषय. खास संडे स्पेशलमध्ये.

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कचरा फेकताय?..... सावधान!


रस्त्यावर कचरा टाकत असाल, तर खबरदार! तुमच्यावर आता महापालिकेचीच नव्हे; तर स्वयंसेवी संस्थांचीही नजर राहणार आहे. कचरा टाकताना आढळल्यास तुमच्यावर नोटीस बजावण्याची कारवाईही या संस्थाच करतील. कचरापेट्यांमध्ये व्यवस्थितपणे कचरा टाकण्याचा अनेक पुणेकरांना कंटाळा असल्याचे ठिकठिकाणच्या कचरापेट्या पाहिल्या की दिसून येते. आजूबाजूला पाहत
कोणाची नजर नाही, याची खात्री करून हळूच रस्त्यावर कचरा फेकणाऱ्यांची संख्याही शहरात काही कमी नाही. इमारतीमधूनच कचऱ्याने भरलेली प्लॅस्टिकची बॅग भिरकावून देण्याची सवय काही गृहिणींना आहे. ही बॅग कधी रस्त्यावर येऊन फुटते; तर कधी रस्त्यावरून जाणाऱ्या वाहनचालकांच्या अंगावर पडून त्यांच्यावर ओल्या-सुकचऱ्याचा वर्षाव करते.
अशा सवयी मोडण्यासाठीच महापालिकेने हे पाऊल उचलले आहे. आपणही आता मागे राहून चालणार नाही. आपले शहर स्वच्छ ठेवण्याची जबाबदारी आपलीच आहे. स्वत:ला अशा सवयी असतील, तर त्या मोडणे आणि इतरांमध्ये जागृती निर्माण करणे, हे आता आपण केलेच पाहिजे. तुम्हाला नाही वाटत असे?

15 comments:

  1. Ashwinis-creations said...
     

    सर्वप्रथम अशा जन जागृती करणार्‍या साईट बद्दल तुमचे अभिनंदन!
    कचरा ही एक भेडसाविणारी समस्या आहे.
    दुसरी रस्त्यांची!
    सर्व जण मिळून त्यात सहभागी झाले तरच काही निष्पत्ती होवू शकते. आपण निदान आपल्यापुरतं तरी असं ठरवू या.

    "कचरा उघड्यावर टाकणार नाही, टाकू देणार नाही!"

  2. Sneha's Home said...
     

    This is really good. I fully agree with you. Keep this message going, it is for good cause. All the best. Rgds, Sneha

  3. latika said...
     

    I am very Glad that, this subject is in consideration, I am glad to read all the comments I think all are getting aware of good living! I see here in US people are very much organized in everyday living, I am sure it will be soon clean India and will be clean and organized Pune. We should start implimenting the decipline in ourselves, This is very good.

  4. Ulhas said...
     

    Issue taken into consideration is very good. Its everyones responsibility to keep the city clean.
    But I want point out one thing in the photo that the trash box is fully filled. hence, Person has to throw his trash has to throw his trash outside the box. Therefore its first PMC's responsibility to empty the boxes time to time. It is not good to blame the people first.

  5. Vinu said...
     

    Hi I'm Vinay from Bangalore,

    I believe that we have to change the mentality of the people who do not care about the cleenliness, Green Pune, Polution free Pune. I would like to thak eSakal that they are making aware the people.

  6. Shriram said...
     

    Again a great ray of hope for this city on way to dogs..! thanks to those who initiated this movement...but it must not die for want of consistency.



    - shriram moghe

  7. Jalandar said...
     

    It seems that the slogan, "Clean Pune, Beautiful Pune" will be in existance soon, if joint concerted efforts towards this direction continue. I am sure and confident that the Punekars will definitely succeed in this endeavour.All the best for good campaign.
    Jalandar Patil,California, USA.

  8. Mangesh said...
     

    M K -
    The effort is greatly appreciated and I agree that this must not die. The picture also shows that the trash is overflowing so the people are not the only issues here, the infrastructure has a big part to play.

  9. Ashwini said...
     

    People will now be penalised for throwing garbage on the roads which is necessary to get them into the habit of using the dumpster. But It is also necessary to find out why roads are being used instead of the dumpster. Although 'lack of feeling of responsibility' is one reason, the other reasons become clear if you look closely.

    If you look closely at the picture shown on this post you will see that DIMENSIONS of the DUMPSTER is the problem. The ideal dimension would be Height - 4 ft, length 10 ft and width 6 feet. If the dumpster shown in the attached picture is to be used then 3 dumpsters of that volume should be used at any particular spot.

    Thanks

  10. Ashwini said...
     

    The height of 4 ft will enable even children to dump the garbage properly. But if the childs height is a problem then the parents should not give that responsibility to the child. The Volume of the dumpster should take into account the population of that particular area with some positive margin.

  11. wellwisher said...
     

    Nice movement and definitely signs of greater improvement in the future...but hopefully the collection is also efficient enough to keep its effects going...
    I hope it also takes much bigger form like conversion of all the useful waste into fertiliser and recirculation of certain useful elements like glass, etc. The section of society working in that area is not protected under any health insurance or proper payments...so we need formation of an INDUSTRY to CARRY OUT that task much more professionally..I believe every household can shed out Rs.50 at ease per month as payments if such industry is really formed. That will help keeping environment REALLY Clean and will result in PROPER JOBS(not the current unhealthy ones). if we could just do that we move ourselves 10 steps ahead of most so called developed nations which merely DUMP the whole goddamn things..look at the paper consumption and waste of it that exists in all those nations..see we are actually much more environmentally friendly that way...Most of their rivers are pretty poluted as well allthough much of larger particles are effectively cleaned up...but chemicals stays nevertheless...
    So we must welcome such movements and again thank sakal for taking initiative towards these important issues..
    Another eagerly awaiting topic and much discussed should be along some more environmental topics like recirculation of fertilisers in natural way..Like the one shown in "amchi maati amchi manasa" series wherein they used earthworms to digest the vegetable and other waste and convert into fertiliser...this is one of most important part of organic farming techniques...something we should all be aware and savadhan about hazards of over-irrigation and artificial fertilisers...
    Koustubh Danekar

  12. HAREKRISHNAJI said...
     

    रस्तावर कचरा फेकणाऱ्यांवर जबरदस्त कारवाई होणे खरोखरच गरजेचे आहे. त्यांच्या मनात दहश्त निर्माण झाली पाहीजे. आमच्या गल्लीत सुरवतीला ,कचरा फेकणाऱ्यांनाच आम्ही तो त्यांच्या हातात झाडु, पाण्याची बालदी वगरै देवुन साफ करायला लावत, कान पकडुन उठाबश्या करायला लावल्या, पान खावुन थुकल्यास रुमालाने, प्रसंगी हाताने साफ करायला लावले, त्यांना पकडुन पोलिस स्टेशन मधे नेले, मुंबई म.न.पा च्या N.D. ना बोलवुन रु. १०००.०० दंड भरायला लावला, गंमत म्हणजे या अंमलबजावणी करण्यात पुढाकार लहान मुलांनी घेतला.

    दुसरी गोष्ट म्हणजे कोठे ही कायमस्वरुपी कचरापेट्यां उभारल्या जावु नये. त्याच्या सभोवताली तो कचरा साठत जातो. दिवसभर कचरा घरात साठवला जावा व सकाळी काही ठरावील वेळेतच नागरीकांच्या गल्ल्यामधे कचरापेट्यां ठेवण्यात याव्या व त्यात तो जमा करण्यात यावा, तो कचरा वेळीच उचलला जावा. कायमस्वरुपी कचरापेट्यांमुळे त्यात कचरा लांबुन भिरकवण्याची आदत लागते, मग तो कचरा खाली पडतो, मग साठत जातो, त्यानंतर कचरापेट्यांजवळ जाण्यास जागा नसल्यामुळे तो आणखीनच लांबुन फेकला जातॊ, मग अंतर आणखीन वाढत जाते.

  13. Girish S Kodolikar, Cell 9890500398, Pune said...
     

    I have suggestion : Corporation may plan to keep portable dustbins at selected locations on residential streets, for example from 4.30 to 5.30 am, corporation will place the dustbins at selected locations around the city residential streets and from 8 to 9 am they will collect all dustbins. Citizens responsibility is to keep their garbage in the dustbins during this period. Nobody is allowed to throw (!) garbage during rest of the day. Whereas on commertial streets, corporation may keep heavy metal dustbins ( so that it won't be stolen and can be coupled with garbage carrier )at locations nearby common toilets and vehicle parking area. They may collect the garbage daily twice at 3 pm and 11 pm so that the dustbins won't be overflooded ! Every cizens resposibility is to keep ( not to throw !) the garbage in the dustbin. This will involve recruitment of manpower and dustbins, garbage carriers and drivers but at the cost of clean city !! This is my humble request to Sakal publisher to aware corporation for such kind of suggetions ( I mean not only mine but few other's which has some action plan ) and corporation to please look into.

  14. Anonymous said...
     

    good drive. I really hope to be it a total success. But i will like to mention that , good learned / earned people from middle class & high class families are the one who mostly dont follow the rules for throwing trash. They will roam in 5 lacs car, but will throw away trash on road. Mentality of each Punekar needs to be changed. I hope this movement will bring +ve change

  15. Pallavee said...
     

    I haven't seen a single person yet being penalised for throwing garbage on the streets. Rather when suggested to such 'Citizens' for not doing so, arrogant comments were passed. I do not see any realistic plans/ steps for making Clean Pune-Beautiful Pune. When we talk about changing the mentality of the people, can we really do it? I mean think of yourself as deep as you can, look around, take a walk on the streets in all the city areas and now again think, can we really change the mentality?

    The people who want to change are already there but are in minority and this discussion is happening within that minority group. None of the persons writing on this blog site throws garbage on the road. So we are talking about the ocean by sitting inside a floating bottle!!

    I guess the only way could be a VERY STRICT LAW AND ORDER BEING OBSERVED BY EVERYONE. Especially the Govt officials when they are in public places and should have right to penalise anybody for a misconduct.

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