Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, July 28
Residents of Dadu Majra and the neighbouring areas have a purpose to fret as a committee of the MC has discovered 25,000 metric tonnes of legacy waste mendacity on the processing plant and has proposed to throw it on the rubbish dumping website.
The committee was constituted by MC Commissioner KK Yadav to observe the day-to-day functioning of the waste processing plant.
Committee findings to be tabled at assembly
The findings of the committee assembly, which was chaired by MC Joint Commissioner Sorabh Kumar Arora, can be tabled on the Home assembly on July 30.
Rajesh Kalia, a committee member, councillor and former Mayor, stated: “It won’t be an issue as bio-mining of waste is being performed on the dumping floor. Moreover, we won’t throw your complete 25,000 metric tonnes of legacy waste in a single go. We will throw 500 or 1,000 metric tonnes of waste in a day. It is going to be performed in a month’s time.”
Nevertheless, residents are towards the transfer. “We’re already going through inconvenience as a result of foul scent emanating from the dumping floor. If this a lot of waste is dumped right here, it should add to our woes. It ought to have been processed contained in the processing plant,” stated Harjinder Singh, chairman of a Resident Welfare Affiliation.
The committee additionally discovered an enormous amount of RDF and compost mendacity contained in the plant. It’s hampering the processing of waste as a result of scarcity of area. Jaypee Group, which was earlier operating the plant, used to promote it to varied companies. Thus, these must be offered by way of e-auction.
Moreover, compost generated on the plant can be offered there solely and likewise at a counter within the MC workplace, Sector 17. MC’s Horticulture Wing may also use it. The opportunity of house supply may also be explored. There was additionally a must restore processing machines, the committee report stated.
The findings of the committee assembly, which was chaired by MC Joint Commissioner Sorabh Kumar Arora, can be tabled within the Home assembly on July 30.
The committee was arrange after the company took over the Jaypee Group-run waste processing plant in Sector 25 on June 19.