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Veg, non-veg food in same fridge: Hyd hotel fined


HYDERABAD: Two star houses in the city’s upscale Banjara Hills house — Park Hyatt on Road No 2 and Hyatt Place on Road No 1 — had been penalised by way of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), on Monday, for flouting norms. The accommodations had been levied a penalty of Rs 50,000 and Rs 20,000 respectively after officials found that each the accommodations had been storing vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals in the similar refrigerator (which is towards norms) and the use of banned plastic covers (under 50 microns). Park Hyatt additionally did not have an on-site composting unit, as is necessary, stated GHMC officials. “Because Hyatt Palace had an on-site composting unit, the penalty quantity on the property was once lesser,” stated a top GHMC reputable who inspected the accommodations.


As in keeping with the Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016, all organisations generating above 100 kgs of waste in keeping with day are considered Bulk Garbage Generators (BGGs) and must compulsorily have Onsite Waste Composting Machines on their premises to recycle waste. The same rule applies even to central and state govt departments.


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