Students of Government Girls Inter- College, Suar were sensitized on 17 th July 2019 about at-source segregation of waste. Importance of waste reduction and segregation at source were shared. They were then motivated to use four separate bins for wet, dry, domestic biomedical and domestic hazardous waste and importance of waste management was also re-iterated. Principal, Teachers and other staff were also present during the triggering session. Everyone present took an oath to start at-source segregation of waste and also to motivate their family members and neighbours so that they can together make Suar a ‘No Open Waste’ City. This intervention was part of Integrated Decentralized Solid Waste Management project at Suar Nagar Palika Parishad (NPP), Uttar Pradesh. Feedback Foundation is supporting Suar NPP to achieve No Open Waste in all the 25 wards of Suar. Regular sensitization and community mobilization with efficient monitoring and follow-up is being carried out in all the wards of Suar NPP, and the good work is being published in various newspapers.