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Anindita Mitra, a municipal commissioner, said the park demonstrated the value of recycling and reuse in reducing waste.
The second Children Waste to Wonder Park in Sector 32 was officially opened on Thursday by the municipal corporation (MC) as part of another program under the Garbage-Free City Mission.

The green belt cost £7 lakh to create and is spread across 5 acres. Sector 48 is home to the first such park.

The park, according to Mayor Anup Gupta, is a special addition to Chandigarh’s list of amazing attractions. “This project emphasizes the critical role that recycling and reuse play in reducing waste that ends up in landfills and creating a cleaner, greener Chandigarh. The park serves as a remarkable example of the commitment to converting trash into eco-spaces that encourage cleanliness and sustainability, the mayor continued.

The most notable aspect of the park is a special play area made entirely out of recycled tires. In addition to giving kids a fun experience, the play area motivates visitors of all ages by serving as a potent reminder of the need of recycling in waste reduction. Construction of tunnels, tyre huts, dragon tyres, see-saw spring rider of tyres, hill of tyres, twist and turns, crawling obstacles, and other play equipment has been done using a variety of waste materials, including tyres, chains, bearings, iron sheets, pipes, and other plastic components, according to Gupta.

He continued by saying that garbage from the construction and demolition (C&D) waste processing plant had been utilized to create a Snakes and Ladder board for kids and that waste-made bricks had been used to build benches, the park’s entrance, and a wall.

Anindita Mitra, a municipal commissioner, said the park demonstrated the value of recycling and reuse in reducing waste. It acted as a powerful reminder of the importance of recycling in decreasing waste in addition to providing an example of a method for repurposing resources. Anju Katyal, a local councilor, was also present.

Source- Hindustan times
Link- https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/chandigarh-news/chandigarh-gets-second-waste-to-wonder-park-in-sector-32-101695342123936.html


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