The Plight Of The Etuz Plant Will Be Far From 1.5 Crores


The plight of the EtuZ plant will be far from 1.5 crores
Muzaffarnagar. The DM finally approved the works to be done with an amount of Rs 1.5 crore from the 15th Finance Commission to remove the plight of the EtoZ Solid Waste Management Plant located in Kidwainagar, which acts as the main link in the city’s waste disposal system. Gave. Along with this, the municipal administration has also started efforts to make this plant operational. EO inspected the plant and workers have been engaged to remove the water filled in the machine block.
After the closure of EtoZ Solid Waste Management Plant in the past, chairperson Anju Aggarwal had revived this plant by spending an amount of about one crore rupees, but due to its closure at present, there is a problem in waste disposal. Rolls India Solid Waste Management Pvt Ltd, Ghaziabad, which contracted to run the plant, has also raised its hands due to waterlogging in the machine block of the plant due to rain and other problems.
After this, taking cognizance of this matter, DM Chandrabhushan Singh called the EO Palika Hemraj Singh and the company’s plant manager Ankit Kumar to his office and held talks and instructed to start the plant. For being negligent in this, he had given strict instructions to the EO and the company manager.
On the orders of DM, EO Palika Hemraj Singh along with Municipal Health Officer Dr. Atul Kumar inspected the plant. He told that along with the manager of the company, pumps have been installed from the municipality there. The workers are busy in removing the water filled in the machine block of the plant. He said that in the 15th Finance Commission on behalf of the health department of the municipality, proposals of about one and a half crore rupees were included for the operation of the plant. In the meeting held recently, these proposals were rejected, while it is necessary for the operation of the plant. Talks were held with the DM regarding this, in which he has approved these proposals. Now at the cost of 1.5 crore, the work of replacement of tin shed of machine block, boundary wall and foundation etc. will be done at the plant. He said that due to water logging in the plant operation during rains, problems are being created.

The plight of the EtoZ plant will be far from 1.5 crores

Muzaffarnagar. The DM has finally approved the works to be done with an amount of Rs 1.5 crore from the 15th Finance Commission to remove the plight of the EtoZ Solid Waste Management Plant located in Kidwainagar, which acts as the main link in the city’s waste disposal system. Gave. Along with this, the municipal administration has also started efforts to make this plant operational. EO inspected the plant and workers have been engaged to remove the water filled in the machine block.

After the closure of EtoZ Solid Waste Management Plant in the past, Chairperson Anju Aggarwal had revived this plant by spending an amount of about one crore rupees, but due to its closure at present, there is a problem in waste disposal. Rolls India Solid Waste Management Pvt Ltd, Ghaziabad, which contracted to run the plant, has also raised its hands due to waterlogging in the machine block of the plant due to rain and other problems.

After this, taking cognizance of this matter, DM Chandrabhushan Singh called the EO Palika Hemraj Singh and the company’s plant manager Ankit Kumar to his office and held talks and instructed to start the plant. For being negligent in this, he had given strict instructions to the EO and the company manager.

On the orders of DM, EO Palika Hemraj Singh along with Municipal Health Officer Dr. Atul Kumar inspected the plant. He told that along with the manager of the company, pumps have been installed from the municipality there. The workers are busy in removing the water filled in the machine block of the plant. He said that in the 15th Finance Commission on behalf of the health department of the municipality, proposals of about one and a half crore rupees were included for the operation of the plant. In the meeting held recently, these proposals were rejected, while it is necessary for the operation of the plant. Talks were held with the DM regarding this, in which he has approved these proposals. Now at the cost of 1.5 crore, the work of replacement of tin shed of machine block, boundary wall and foundation etc. will be done at the plant. He said that due to water logging in the plant operation during rains, problems are being created.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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