Supertech Capetown residents complain against environment rules violation
Supertech Capetown residents complain against environment rules violation
Ramesh Kumar
Supertech Capetown residents complain against environment rules violation
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Supertech Capetown residents complain against environment rules violation

Noida: Residents of Supertech Capetown, a residential society in Sector 74, on Monday complained against the developer for defying the environmental rules for controlling pollution at the construction site.

They complained that the developer has not opted for pollution control measures brought by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) for carrying out development works at construction sites. 

According to the rules, tarpaulin sheets should be hanged at construction sites. But the developer of the society has not gone for any measure and is dumping construction waste from the top floor of an under-construction building.

Navin Dubey, a vigilante resident of Supertech Capetown brought the issue of environment rules violation at his society to Praveen Kumar, Regional Officer with UPPCB, Noida.

He said, “At a time when government agencies are trying hard to control air pollution, which has worsened, the developer is dumping construction waste from the top floor. It is causing pollution, which is like adding fuel to the fire.”

He informed that the developer is carrying out construction works of crown residential towers which are standing nearby other residential towers CM2 and CB2. Construction labourers are dumping dust from the top floor of the under-construction building, causing dust pollution in the society. The dust is causing breathing problems for residents.

He said that he has requested the concerned officer to initiate actions against the environment rules violation.