ISLAMABAD-The Pakistan Environmental Safety Company (Pak-EPA) has determined to conduct the general public listening to on November 17 to grant approval to the Capital Improvement Authority (CDA) for institution of a everlasting landfill website at Sangjani.
“Our application for public hearing has been accepted and we will soon float an advertisement in the national dailies to invite all the stakeholders in the EPA’s public hearing for submitting their comments on the construction of proposed landfill site at Sangjani,” CDA Director Sanitation Sardar Khan Zimri advised APP.
He stated the sanitation division had already submitted the Environmental Affect Evaluation report together with the feasibility research for the landfill website to the Pak-EPA.
“We have prepared our case for defending the decision regarding development of the landfill site in Sangjani,” the director maintained.
He stated a personal advisor, employed by the sanitation wing to conduct the feasibility of venture, had chosen 100 hectares of land close to Sangjani for organising the power on everlasting foundation as a consequence of its minimal hauling distance, appropriate topography, distant from plane route for flight security and socio-environmental components,
He stated the CDA would begin the work on the venture quickly after getting the Pak-EPA approval. “We will try to adopt Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode for early completion of project.”
Zimri stated beneath the EPC mode, it could be duty of the contractor to design, assemble and keep the landfill website.
It might be shocking for a lot of the residents that the federal capital remains to be lacking a everlasting landfill website even after a lapse of virtually 5 many years, which is crucial for guaranteeing clear and inexperienced setting within the metropolis.
Earlier, Capital Improvement Authority and Metropolitan Company of Islamabad have chosen a number of websites like Kurri landfill and others however sadly all sort of waste remains to be being stashed in sector I-12 reportedly the place the residents are bearing the brunt of that makeshift association.