Mumbai - Every Ganesh Utsav, processions carried out for Ganpati immersion leave behind them a trail of waste, from flowers and fire crackers to gulaal, as nobody bothers to clean up after the celebrations. But now, BMC decided to reuse by composting. BMC Solid waste management Chief Vijay Balamvar stated that to compost from flowers, BMC mounted 21 center places. One thousand 83 metric tons of garbage produced in the city during the 11days of Ganesh Utsav. BMC Deputy Minister Balamvar informed that from September 16, BMC will clear the debris on the beaches.