The Punjab government has appointed Atif Chaudhary as the new chairman, members of the board of directors, Lahore Waste Management Company.
The Punjab government issued a notification on August 23 and de-notified the five board of directors. As per the issued notification, five new members of the Board of Directors have been notified including LWMC Chairman Atif Chaudhary, Abdul Kareem Khan, Rizwana Iqtedar, Syed Raees-ud-Din Ahmed and Safdar Shaheen Pirzada.
The LWMC chairman took charge and conducted a meeting with all the departments including Operations, Communication, HR, Procurement etc.
The chairman of LWMC gave standing instructions to improve cleanliness situation in the city on war footing. While chairing the meeting, he emphasized and gave directions regarding presence of officers in field and ensuring proper cleanliness in every nook and corner of the city.
Chairman LWMC added that Lahore is the city of gardens and no tolerance will be observed over any sort of negligence by anyone.
Department should work as a team and every officer should own LWMC, he said.
Officers were also directed by the chairman for maintaining smooth relations with public, political and social sector of the society by resolving their complaints and maintaining regular cleanliness.
Directing all senior staff, the LWMC chairman stated that the department should focus on its vision of clean Lahore followed by vigilance in routine operations. During Monsoon season, LWMC should strictly follow the SOPs and must be prepared for any sort of hindrance and all officers should remain in field despite of any weather conditions, he directed.