The ‘Clean Noida’ Android application will allow residents to upload photographs of unattended garbage and alert the civic authorities.
The Noida Authority is all set to empower residents to keep the city clean. It will launch ‘Clean Noida‘, a citizen-focused Android application, which will allow residents to upload photographs of unattended garbage and alert the civic authorities.
In support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat initiative, the focus of the app is to ensure cleanliness besides dealing with sanitation problems faced by residents.
The powerful online tool will also provide information about public toilets and garbage collection bins, which will be marked and shown on Google map. The mobile app, which will go online from Saturday this week, will be available for download through Google Play Store. However, it will be officially launched on August 31 by Rama Raman, the chairperson and CEO, Noida Authority.
According to officials, the ‘Clean Noida‘ app is integrated with the well-used ‘Noida Citizen Charter’, an online citizen charter with 187 services across 12 departments that became operational in Noida last year in August.