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Address: Sagar Railway Station, Sagar Cantt., Sagar, Madhya Pradesh 470001, India

Station Code: SGO

Station Name: SAUGOR

Zone: WCR/West Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 229

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Address: Pedestrian Overpass, Pune, Maharashtra 411001, India

Station Code: PUNE

Station Name: PUNE JN

Zone: CR/Central

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Central Railway Observes “Swachh Prasadhan” (Clean Toilets)

Central Railway
Press Release

Central Railway Observes “Swachh Prasadhan” (Clean Toilets)

Indian Railways is o­ne of the largest transport networks in the world catering to millions of passengers from different parts of the country. The innumerable users count upon the basic needs that Railways provide to them during their travel. Toilets provided at railway stations and in trains are indispensable in the travel and maintaining their cleanliness and sanitation is a challenging responsibility for the railways. As a part of Swachhata Pakhwada today Swachh Prasadhan Clean Toilets is being observed.

Mumbai Division
Toilet cleaning activity at CSMT, Dadar and Kalyan stations included wiping off stains o­n toilet walls and the lobby area. Wash basins were thoroughly cleaned and cleared of bad odour in toilets at CSMT. Intensive cleaning of toilets, urinals and wash basins at Dockyard Road, Sion, Chembur, Mulund, Sewri stations etc. Cleaning of toilets of trains in CSMT, Mazagaon, LTT and Dadar (T) were monitored to ensure proper cleaning and sanitization.

Pune Division
Cleaning of toilets undertaken at Pune station, bath area of waiting rooms and retiring rooms, clearing of drains apart from cleaning of toilets and basins. Toilets of DRM office Pune were also cleaned and sanitized.

Solapur Division
Cleaning of toilets in waiting halls and offices in Solapur station was carried out. Health inspectors monitored cleaning of public toilets o­n platforms and ensured sanitation.

Bhusaval Division
All public toilets including Pay and Use toilets were thoroughly cleaned and sanitized at Shegaon, Murtuzapur, Akola, Jalgaon, Nasik Road etc. Toilets of mail / express special trains o­n halt at Bhusaval were cleaned and sanitized.

Nagpur Division
Reservation centers and booking office toilets were cleaned intensively. All public toilets in Nagpur station were inspected for proper cleaning.
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Date: September 27, 2021
PR No. 2021/09/49
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer

Central Railway observes Swachh Neer (Clean Water)

Central Railway
Press Release

Central Railway observes Swachh Neer (Clean Water)

Railway is a major water consumer entrusted with a herculean task of serving millions of passengers daily. Central Railway is committed to provide clean and potable water to its passengers, by continuous monitoring and supervision of water supplying processes.  Keeping this in mind Swachha Neer day was observed today o­n Central Railway where in all major stations of the zone as well as other stations activated their respective medical staff as well as the cleaning staff for water testing and cleaning of water stand and drinking water areas respectively.

Central Railway is o­ne of the leading railways in reducing fresh water consumption by installing the highest number of Waste water treatment plants i.e. 27 with total capacity of more than o­ne crore litres per day.

Mumbai Division
Water installation points in various suburban stations were inspected for cleanliness and sanitation. Chief Health Inspectors of respective stations undertook testing of water samples for ensuring drinking water quality. At CSMT and Kalyan stations the average level of TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) water supply was registered and found satisfactory.

Pune Division
Water samples taken from drinking water tap at major stations like Pune, Miraj, Khadki, Shivaji Nagar etc. were tested for residue of chlorine. Stagnant areas were thoroughly cleaned and were also disinfected.

Solapur Division
At Pandharpur and Sainagar Shirdi stations got cleaned and cleared of marshy damp of water stand areas properly. Health inspectors took samples of water for testing of chlorine residues that was found satisfactory. Proper functioning of Plastic Bottle Crushing Machine was ensured at Solapur station.

Bhusaval Division
Collection of water samples to test presence of residual chlorine in drinking water was done over Bhusaval Division stations. Also, all the drinking water outlets at DRM’s office were inspected and water samples for residual chlorine composition done. Activities at Burhanpur station commenced with Swachhata Pledge followed by a cleanliness rally.

Nagpur Division
Nagpur station authorities monitored cleaning of water storage tanks and surrounding areas. Also took water samples from platform water stands, food plaza kitchen and water coolers and tested for residual chlorine at Nagpur besides Warora, Chandrapur, Ballarshah and Betul stations An awareness drive organized at Chandrapur along with Rakshan Dharnimata foundation highlighted o­n the adverse effects of plastic.
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Date: September 26, 2021
PR No. 2021/09/48
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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