MCC all set to notify construction and demolition waste policy
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MCC all set to notify construction and demolition waste policy

The Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste regulation is finally scheduled to be informed after months of extensive testing.

The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has addressed public concerns about the policy and has forwarded it to the Chandigarh administration for final approval.

Because the C and D set policy is new, it would be announced by the Punjab governor and the UT administrator after consultation with senior Chandigarh administration personnel.

According to the media, the civic body authority had received about a half-dozen public complaints against the C and D waste regulation. These were evaluated and discussed based on their merits. Before submitting notification, the authority made amendments in the case of two objections.

Annual charges and jurisdiction in the event of a dispute were the two points of contention.

The MC told the media that the rise in annual rates under the C and D waste policy was set at 10%, however, due to the genuineness of the objection, it was reduced to 5%. Moreover, before conflicts are resolved by the MC Commissioner, the courts will continue to do so. The paperwork has been delivered to the UT administration for consideration and notice after these revisions.

The UT will provide citizens with several alternatives to deliver C and D waste to its plant in the Industrial Area after the Chandigarh government adopted the draft guidelines of the C and D Waste Policy, which aims to reuse 100% of C and D waste in the city after recycling. The UT also wants to collect C and D garbage from Panchkula and Mohali.

Following the processing of raw materials, the machines recycle aggregates such as stones, gravel, and a mixture of debris to produce concrete and associated materials. Tiles, curb channels, and paver blocks are made from recycled concrete, which the MC uses in a variety of projects. One of the by-products is silt, which is used to fill tasks on construction projects.

The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation's C and D garbage facility was even chosen as a national model unit, and former MC commissioner KK Yadav was invited to give a presentation to Smart City project representatives from other cities in Visakhapatnam.

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The Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste regulation is finally scheduled to be informed after months of extensive testing. The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has addressed public concerns about the policy and has forwarded it to the Chandigarh administration for final approval. Because the C and D set policy is new, it would be announced by the Punjab governor and the UT administrator after consultation with senior Chandigarh administration personnel. According to the media, the civic body authority had received about a half-dozen public complaints against the C and D waste regulation. These were evaluated and discussed based on their merits. Before submitting notification, the authority made amendments in the case of two objections. Annual charges and jurisdiction in the event of a dispute were the two points of contention. The MC told the media that the rise in annual rates under the C and D waste policy was set at 10%, however, due to the genuineness of the objection, it was reduced to 5%. Moreover, before conflicts are resolved by the MC Commissioner, the courts will continue to do so. The paperwork has been delivered to the UT administration for consideration and notice after these revisions. The UT will provide citizens with several alternatives to deliver C and D waste to its plant in the Industrial Area after the Chandigarh government adopted the draft guidelines of the C and D Waste Policy, which aims to reuse 100% of C and D waste in the city after recycling. The UT also wants to collect C and D garbage from Panchkula and Mohali. Following the processing of raw materials, the machines recycle aggregates such as stones, gravel, and a mixture of debris to produce concrete and associated materials. Tiles, curb channels, and paver blocks are made from recycled concrete, which the MC uses in a variety of projects. One of the by-products is silt, which is used to fill tasks on construction projects. The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation's C and D garbage facility was even chosen as a national model unit, and former MC commissioner KK Yadav was invited to give a presentation to Smart City project representatives from other cities in Visakhapatnam. Image Source

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