bandhwari: Hspcb Desires Motion Plan For Legacy Waste At Bandhwari | Gurgaon Information


Gurgaon: Haryana State Air pollution Management Board (HSPCB) on Friday really helpful the disposal of refuse-derived gas (largely flamable parts of processed waste) on the earliest on the Bandhwari waste administration plant. It additionally directed Ecogreen, the waste administration concessionaire, to set an motion plan and a timeline for disposing of the screened fractions of legacy waste at Bandhwari whereas treating the contemporary waste dumped on the web site every day.
The instructions got here in the course of the listening to of a petition within the Nationwide Inexperienced Tribunal (NGT), filed by city-based environmentalist Vivek Kamboj in January, in regards to the unlawful dumping of stable waste and leachate from the Bandhwari web site into the delicate ecosystem of the Aravali forest areas on the Gurgaon-Faridabad Highway. The inexperienced courtroom, responding to the petition in February, directed the district administration to kind a joint committee with some members from HSPCB and the district forest division and the district magistrates of Gurgaon and Faridabad.
It additionally made the HSPCB the nodal company for coordination and compliance. On Friday, the committee submitted the motion report concerning the standing of the unlawful dumping of waste from Bandhwari into the Aravalis.
The air pollution board additionally really helpful commissioning the waste-to-energy plant at Bandhwari. In response to the Municipal Company of Gurgaon (MCG), it’ll rent a contractor to construct the WTE plant by October 2023. The Bandhwari landfill at present has a pile of 33,00,000 MT of legacy waste. It will likely be an built-in waste administration plant, as per a report submitted by the civic physique to NGT. Additional, it really helpful methane gasoline detectors on the landfill to establish areas with excessive methane concentrations to stop fires accordingly.
Different suggestions included limiting smoking within the landfill, visible checking of waste unloaded within the filling space for potential hearth sources like glowing ash or burning stays, and limiting entry to the plant to authorised personnel solely. When contacted, an Ecogreen spokesperson stated, “We’re engaged on a lot of the suggestions by HSPCB.”


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