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MCC warns Antony waste  


Team Udayavani, Jun 29, 2018, 11:10 AM IST

Mangaluru: MCC has warned Antony Waste Handling Company, entrusted with the task of garbage collection in the city that any instance of strike at work in the future on the pretext of pending payment will result in the cancellation of its tender. MCC also made it clear that, in case of another strike, alternative arrangements have already been made.

Unnecessary problems have arose due to the frequent strike by the workers of Antony Waste Management firm, complained many members of MCC during the MCC Council’s first meeting under the leadership of Mayor Bhasker Moiiy. Some members even demanded that the firm be blacklisted.

MCC Commissioner Mohammad Nazeer gave details regarding the waste handling and said that as per the agreement with the company, along with waste collection, the company also has to sweep the road using a machine and clear the drains which  are  over one meter deep. It also has to separate the wastes. But, when the company failed in discharging some of the duties, penalty is levied and some deductions are made during the monthly bill payment. This amount has reached Rs 9 crores.

Antony Waste has filed arbitration with the DC. The escalation bill of Rs 5.50 crore is due along with it Rs 2.25 crore towards the bill for the month of May, thus amounting to Rs 7.75 crores, he added.

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