Noida: After the Supertech Twin Towers will be demolished on August 28, 2022 at 2: 30 pm, an estimated whopping 55,000 tonnes of debris will be there to be managed. The question that arises here is, where will all this 35,000 cubic metres of debris go?
The answer to this is provided by, Ishtiaq Ahmed, General Manager (Planning), Noida Authority. He says that 21,000 cubic metres of the debris would be moved out and dumped at an isolated land measuring five to six hectares within the limits of city’s work circle Seven, the remaining would get accommodated in the basement of the twin towers where a pit has been made.
Preparation for the demolition are in the last stage. The area around the towers has been properly barricaded and the blast corridor has been cordoned. The Authority is trying to make sure to restrict the spread of the dust during and after the blast. Reportedly, Emerald Court and ATS village, the neighbouring societies of the twin tower, will be covered in a layer of geotextile fabric before the demolition to prevent any damage from the debris.
The demolition would be done through a controlled implosion technique with over 3,700 kg of explosive.