NEW DELHI, March 11 -- The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is planning to procure organic waste converters with two metric tonne capacity to be placed at residential colonies in NDMC area, a senior council official said.

Four organic waste convertors, wherein garbage is segregated, and organic waste is converted into compost, is set to be commissioned by June this year and six more will be installed by March 2019 in other areas where municipal solid waste is already being segregated.

"We will soon start one on trial at Madhu Limaye Marg nursery in Chanakyapuri. That will serve as a template for the other converters to be installed primarily across residential colonies," a senior council official said.

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