To maintain cleanliness in the city, Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) turned two inoperative buses into mobile toilets.
By continuing to be the most innovative city in Maharashtra in maintaining sanitation, The Municipal Corporation of Navi Mumbai converted two inactive buses into public toilets.
The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) officials decided to convert two buses that were not in the condition to carry passengers to working toilets. The buses got recycled into toilets for both men and women. The buses have separate entries for them where the front is for women, the rear entry for men. There are three toilets for women and two for men. Buses also have separate changing rooms and two washbasins inside. A water tank has also been installed at the top to supply water.
Why Navi Mumbai converted two inactive buses into public toilets?
The main motive behind this transformation is to ensure hygiene and maintain cleanliness in the city. The civic body of Navi Mumbai believes that innovation will provide convenience to women. Mostly, in crowded places like markets, women find it difficult to find a washroom. The mobile toilets in the city will help to tackle the situation.
Navi Mumbai always on top
Navi Mumbai has received a double plus rating in Swachh Bharat Survekshan. It is also the only city in Maharashtra to get the five-star rating of garbage-free cities.