Hyderabad: C&D particles accumulate on roadways under GHMC’s nose
Hyderabad: The building and construction and also demolition particles and also trash on both sides of road in numerous locations of the Old City is not being gotten rid of by the GHMC employees; it maintains accumulating. The GHMC employees involve the location on a regular basis yet do unclean particles. Though the Construction and also Demolition Waste Management Rules 2016 entered into pressure to specifically manage the collection, transport, storage space, handling and also monitoring of C&D waste, the GHMC is not completely tailored to take on the C&D waste partly of Old city.
Narrow roadways, tiny by-lanes, both sides of roadways are loaded with C&D waste in addition to trash. Both locals and also travelers both are encountering troubles as a result of stacking of waste on roadways. In numerous locations, consisting of Shalibanda, Kishanbagh, Santosh Nagar, Saidabad, Bahadurpura, Fateh Darwaza, Nawab Sahab Kunta, Falaknuma, Chandrayangutta and also numerous others the C&D waste is accumulated on roadways. Mohammed Ahmed, a social protestor and also homeowner of Old City claimed, “We have been asking the GHMC workers to remove debris and C&D waste but the only thing they say is a GHMC van will be coming to collect it, but it is never being removed.”
“Though several complaints were registered on lifting of C&D waste, they didn’t provide effective results. However, when contacted the concerned officer replies that there is no vehicle. The waste gets piled up on roads,” he included.
The C & & D waste, if tossed honestly on roadways can choke open drains pipes, nalas and also lakes, and also create flooding. It inhabits open rooms, contaminates the setting, produces trash factors, creates traffic jam, spoils the city’s appearance, and also creates episode of illness.
In the city, everyday over 500-600 tonnes of C&D waste is roadsides, and also in nalas, water bodies and also open rooms. Across 625 sq kilometres GHMC location, C&D is removed in much less than 250 sq kilometres location and also is delivered to the Jeedimetla and also Fathaullaguda decentralised C&D plants.
The GHMC authorities claimed according to the standards on building and construction and also demolition, waste of any type of kind must not be transferred any time by the inhabitants on roadways, roads, sidewalks, drains pipes, public areas, water bodies or uninhabited websites.