New waste recycling plant to come up in Gurgaon within two years: MCG chief
The Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon have their job cut out as they have been asked by Raghvendra Rao, principal secretary of urban local bodies to set a solid waste treatment plant within three months. Realistically speaking, it is not possible for MCG to come up with a waste plant in just three months, as there are a number of legal procedures to be followed.
Praveen Kumar, MCG commissioner said, ''We will surely start the process, but as far as the completion of the plant goes, it is surely going to take one to two years.''
Though, there exists a plant in Gurgaon
as of now as well, but as per reports, the plant does not seem to function. Talking about the current plant, Praveen said, ''They (plant) have gone bad. It has been damaged. In fact, it is the thematic base of the plant that has been damaged.'' It has been said that the plant has remained nonfunctional.
So, there is pressure on MCG to deliver with a better waste plant, which would be devoid of any technical fault. It would be embarrassing, if the new plant, which is expected to be complete in the next one-two years, again is termed non-functional.
''The new plant, which is also going to be built in Banwari will be different from the old one at Banwari. It is going to be technically different, where the plant would not have any kind of fault,'' said MCG chief.
There are chances that the new plant is going to be a comparatively small plant rather than a centralized plant. But, as of now, they are going to follow the legal process, before the construction of the plant kicks-off.
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