Accordingly, the Municipal People’s Committee requested district/township People’s Committees to actively take actions to ensure environmental sanitation under the authority according to Decision No. 41/2016/QD-UBND dated September 19, 2016 of the Municipal People’s Committee.
Furthermore, district/township People’s Committees are in charge of guiding district/township project construction investment management boards to enhance inspection and approval of daily work volume; evaluate contractor’s implementation plans suitable for each area and route; regularly monitor execution time and outcomes; punish contractors who fail to meet the requirement of environmental sanitation as regulated; timely collect daily waste as directed by the Municipal People’s Committee at Announcement No. 302/TB-UBND dated March 18, 2019; urgently elaborate the domestic waste collection plan and send it to the Department of Construction and the Department of Financial for a report to the Municipal People’s Committee.
Meanwhile, heads of district/township People’s Committee will be responsible for ensuring environmental sanitation in localities; reviewing and clearly assigning tasks to functional divisions in implementing, monitoring and managing the environmental sanitation task; evaluating the outcomes at regular meetings held by district/township People’s Committees; giving periodic reports on environmental sanitation work to the Department of Construction for a general report to the Municipal People’s Committee.
Besides, enterprises providing environmental sanitation services are requested to maintain environmental sanitation in districts and towns in accordance with bidding documents and maintain environmental sanitation plans approved by the Municipal People’s Committee in an effort to ensure environmental sanitation in the capital city.