Islamabad: Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency (Pak-EPA) on Monday guided the Capital Development Authority authorities to guarantee execution of appropriate environmental management plan (EPM) during I.J. Head Road recovery and enlarging project.
EPM IJP Road Project. Keeping an eye on the Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIA) formal gathering of the I. J. Head Road recuperation and growing venture held here at the Pak-EPA office, Director EIA Monitoring Ahsan Rafi Kiani said the CDA specialists expected to give Traffic Diversion Plan, camp office region and example data revived report.
He said that this information ought to be shared for the finish of the EIA Report endorsement. Kiani reprimanded the CDA authorities for passing up a major opportunity subtleties relating to project cost, flyovers and person-on-foot extensions to be worked during the undertaking.
He likewise dismissed the CDA proposition to dump overflow material or waste produced at I-12 area during development work at the venture. The issue of the I-12 area is now getting looked at EPA as a private area that couldn't be utilized as an unloading site, he said.
He proposed the CDA authorities guarantee important courses of action, especially the apparatus identified with transplantation of 1265 trees, to be moved from the undertaking. Kiani added that there was a critical need to examine endurance pace of the plants prior relocated in the government capital and accessibility of the machine which was before acquired in the advancement of G-7 underpass.
He likewise guided the CDA authorities to devise a superior area and working system for clustering plant activity during the venture execution. While preparation on the task, the CDA official advised that the all out street length was 10.2 kilometers that would be restored and augmented in the wake of including two extra paths the two sides of the all around double carriage way lane.
He added that the venture was self-financed and will be carried out in year and a half where the PC-I cost was Rs6.9 billion and Rs120 million were allotted for ecological preservation and assurance.
It was added that there would be two scaffolds and flyovers set up under the venture which would begin from Faizabad and come full circle at N-5. He additionally affirmed that the I-12 site would not be utilized, rather the Margalla Townsite to be utilized as an unloading site.
Alluding to the issue of the Transplant machine, he said that it was accessible with NLC (project carrying out accomplice of CDA) so no getting of hardware would occur.
He educated that two camp office destinations were proposed one at Pirwadhai and the other at ninth road for bringing about the least effect on the environmental elements. During the inquiry hour meeting, the CDA authorities educated that there was four people on foot extensions to be set up on the I.J. Head Road. It was informed that channels were to be created on the course that would assist with decreasing water collection during the blustery season.
In lieu off 1,265 different species of plants, CDA will plant 8,000 trees along the course and will plant more saplings during the functional stage, he added. Public mindfulness would be made for debilitating travel on I.J. Head Road during project improvement through different mediums including ITP radio and pennants and so forth, he added.