There will be a lockdown for bricks and kilns that operate in the community area

Firozabad The brick kilns operated within the municipality will be closed shortly. A letter to this effect was sent last week by the Regional Pollution Control Board to the Municipal Corporation on instructions from TTZ Economy. The letter, along with the immediate closure of the associated brick kilns, asked that the report be sent to the department.
In its guidelines on environmental protection, the National Green Tribunal issued a guideline on January 2, 2021 for the closure of brick kilns operated in the TTZ area and the kilns operated within twenty kilometers outside the periphery of the TTZ area. Last week, on the instructions of the NGT, the Regional Officer Pollution Control Board sent a letter to the officials of the municipal body responsible for the closure of the brick kilns operating in the TTZ area. The letter also said the report should be sent to the department along with the immediate closure of the brick kilns operated by the division.
The question of closing these briquettes
In addition to Kanhaiya Brick Field, M / s Swastik Brick Field, and M / s Prempura-Rapura Eat Udyog, the letter with the names of M / s Mahesh Brick Field issued by the Regional Printed Circuit Board also stated that the department’s consent was not issued on all of the above. In other words, no water and air-related NOC was issued for furnace operation.
The ovens operated in the TTZ area must follow the guidelines.
According to the instructions of the recently published NGT, PCB (Pollution Control Board) also operated brick kilns, which operated within a 20 km radius outside the periphery of the TTZ area in the kiln complex in a tank with a capacity of 20,000 liters, in addition to gas cylinders and electrical connections were also taken the necessary precautions for a clean drinking water supply.
The department did not issue a NOC for the brick kilns operating in the urban area. In accordance with the instructions of the NGT, a letter was issued to the municipal body to close down the brick kilns operating in the company’s territory.
Dr. Manoj Kumar Chaurasia, Regional Environmental Protection Officer

Firozabad The brick kilns operated within the municipality will be closed shortly. A letter to this effect was sent last week by the Regional Pollution Control Board to the Municipal Corporation on instructions from TTZ Economy. The letter, along with the immediate closure of the associated brick kilns, asked that the report be sent to the department.

In its guidelines on environmental protection, the National Green Tribunal issued a guideline on January 2, 2021 for the closure of brick kilns operated in the TTZ area and the kilns operated within twenty kilometers outside the periphery of the TTZ area. Last week, on the instructions of the NGT, the Regional Officer Pollution Control Board sent a letter to the officials of the municipal body responsible for the closure of the brick kilns operating in the TTZ area. The letter also said the report should be sent to the department along with the immediate closure of the brick kilns operated by the division.

The question of closing these briquettes

In addition to Kanhaiya Brick Field, M / s Swastik Brick Field, and M / s Prempura-Rapura Eat Udyog, the letter with the names of M / s Mahesh Brick Field issued by the Regional Printed Circuit Board also stated that the department’s consent was not issued on all of the above. In other words, no water and air-related NOC was issued for furnace operation.

The ovens operated in the TTZ area must follow the guidelines.

According to the instructions of the recently published NGT, PCB (Pollution Control Board) also operated brick kilns, which operated within a 20 km radius outside the periphery of the TTZ area in the kiln complex in a tank with a capacity of 20,000 liters, in addition to gas cylinders and electrical connections were also taken the necessary precautions for a clean drinking water supply.

The department did not issue a NOC for the brick kilns operating in the urban area. In accordance with the instructions of the NGT, a letter was issued to the municipal body to close down the brick kilns operating in the company’s territory.

Dr. Manoj Kumar Chaurasia, Regional Environmental Protection Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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