Firm Constructing WHO Building In Delhi Issued Notice Over Dust Mitigation Norms

Gopal Rai appealed to Delhiites to complain about air pollution within the metropolis on the Green Delhi app

New Delhi:

A discover was issued to the company engaged in establishing the WHO constructing at Mahatma Gandhi Marg on Wednesday after it was discovered throughout a shock inspection by Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai that mud mitigation norms had been being violated on the web site.

“Most norms were being followed at the construction site, but sand was kept in the open and workers were not given masks,” Mr Rai stated at a press convention.

He stated {that a} discover has been issued to the development company asking it to adjust to all pointers inside two days, failing which will probably be fined.

“Now is not the time to do surveys, it is the time to take action. Our teams are going around all districts of Delhi and 15 to 20 teams are inspecting different sites every day,” he added.

Under the Delhi authorities’s anti-dust marketing campaign, to this point 522 building websites have been inspected and fines value Rs 53.5 lakh have been imposed on 165 of them for the violation of mud mitigation norms.

Mr Rai appealed to Delhiites to complain about air pollution within the metropolis on the Green Delhi app in order that quick motion might be taken.

“I request all the people of Delhi to download the Green Delhi app on their mobile phones. Whether there is dust pollution on the road, pollution at a construction site, vehicular pollution or a fire, you take a photo of it from your mobile phone and send it to us through the Green Delhi app so that we can take immediate action,” he stated.

To curb vehicular air pollution within the nationwide capital, the federal government will relaunch the ‘Red Light On, Gaadi Off’ marketing campaign from October 18.

“To make the campaign a success, a meeting will be held tomorrow with senior officials of environment and revenue departments, Delhi Police and Civil Defence,” Mr Rai stated.

The ‘Red Light On, Gaadi Off’ marketing campaign encourages motorists to show off the ignition of their autos whereas ready at site visitors alerts.



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