Businesses with the finest surroundings to be awarded


The Ulaanbaatar Incorporated Public Service Authority (UIPSA) has recently announced the “Development Momentum-2014” competition among companies operating in Ulaanbaatar to improve the city image and promote green development.
The authority hopes to make all businesses and organizations in the city realize their duty to look after the 50 meters radius area surrounding of their buildings as most fulfill their duties poorly.
The winners of the competition will be selected based on three criteria. Firstly, sidewalks or public spaces within the 50 meter radius area must be regularly cleaned from accumulated or loose dusts in summer, and ice and snows in winter. Organizations must also plant greeneries and regularly maintain them.
For the competition, administrators of the UIPSA and inspectors will collect votes from the public., and winners will be named on December 15.
The first place will receive 15 million MNT cash prize, the second place will receive 10 million MNT, while the third place winner will be granted five million MNT.
The competition will be held every year to instill the habit of maintaining surrounding areas by businesses and organizations.

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