A day after Greater Noida Authority clarified that the landfill site in Astoli will not serve for Noida owing to cancellation of MoU between two authorities, the Noida Authority developed an uninhabited remote area on temporary basis in Mubarkpur village near sector 145 to discard and store garbage.
“We have begun storing garbage at an uninhabited land near Mubarakpur village,” Noida Authority Officer on Special Duty Rajesh Singh.
The information on the cancellation of MoU between Noida Authority and GNIDA was revealed by OSD Vibha Chahal which was supported by Noida Authority CEO Alok Tandon.
“After we received the information regarding the separate waste plant of Noida in Sector 123, we wrote a letter to the Noida Authority seeking the clarification on cancellation of MoU to which it stated to be cancelled,” said Chahal.
From district magistrate BN Singh we learned initial efforts are to look for the temporary solutions, and later on, look for a permanent one.
“For the long-term permanent disposal, I will form a committee of stakeholders and seek suggestions as to NGT rules,” he added.
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