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Disposal of waste of sacrificial animals after Eid UL Azha is a serious issue in Pakistan .Effective management is necessary otherwise devastating effects in the form of epidemics or grown a number of unaesthetic sites. Measures must be taken by the administration along with active participation from citizens.
| Disposal of offal after Eid ul Azha and environmental concerns regarding it
Participatory Management - (PM)
Assignment topic: Disposal of offal after Eid UL Azha and environmental concerns regarding it Subject: Participatory management
Course code: Env (604)
Submitted to: Ma’am Saima Bharwana
Submitted by: Miss Qanita Arshad
Course enrolled: BS (Hons.)
Department of Environmental Sciences
Government College University Faisalabad
Disposal of offal and environmental concerns regarding it
eople complain about the much slower disposal of offal and other animal waste thrown uncovered in the midst of residential areas after sacrificing of hundreds of thousands of animals by the citizens as the necessary ritual of Eid ul Azha. Such highly random throwing of animal waste could cause an outbreak of infectious diseases anytime in the overcrowded residential areas. Dwellers of various parts of the country had been pinning great hopes to the revival of town administrations, after the gap of a long time, for resolution of their long-pending municipal and civic problems, especially unattended piles of garbage nearby to densely populated residential areas, posing serious health hazards to their residents. Town administrations claim to have made effective arrangements for the removal of offal and cleanliness during Eid ul Azha. The concerned public quarters said that the sanitation and cleanliness situation had been a lot better in residential areas. In several instances, especially in far-flung areas, offal and other animal waste remained unattended in open...
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