Fight With Pollution

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Sanjeev Goyal

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May 9, 2022, 10:31:57 AMMay 9
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DWARKA FORUM Dwarka Ki Awaaz

                                          (Regn No. S-63070)                            

      (A Welfare Association of Residents & RWA's / CGHS Representatives of Dwarka Sub-City)

 

Regd. Office:

720, Pocket-1, Sector-14,

Dwarka, New Delhi - 110078  

Phone No. 011-20514195

E-mail: dwark...@gmail.com

www.dwarkaforum.org

 

No. SKG/PMO/226                                                                                                     09 May 2022

 

Sh. Narender Modi,

Prime Minister,

7 Lok Kalyan Marg,

Delhi-110001.

Sir,                                                     PMOPG/E/2022/0129399

Reg: Fight with Pollution.

 

 

Building construction, as an activity, is full of pollution. Not only the production of construction material is highly detrimental to the environment., The actual construction at the site is also causing high level of pollution. Among several motions one of the activities where research may help is as under:

 

The cutting of stones in a factory is done through machines which are having constant water flow on the cutter which sucks the dust generated and there is no release of particles in air. However, while carving out moulding on the same stone a lot of dust is generated into air. Since moulding is cast at site, no sophisticated machines are used by the labourers of the petty contractor. These machines are used for cutting tiles, and carving out moulding on stones. Not only these generate heavy dust but also produce a very high pitched creaking sound ready to pierce one’s ears. It is in fact, it is pity to see labourers working with such basic models of cutter, grinding machines in an environment full of dust & heavy sound.  

 

The common usage of such machines at site indicates that there is scope for development of better models which are efficient in the generation of dust & sound.

 

It is requested that Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) may be advised to work on developing a better model which is robust, cheap and generate a lesser quantity of dust & sound.

 

 

Regards,

 

 

S K Goyal

Vice President

D-103, Shivam Apartment,

Sector-12/14, Dwarka,

New Delhi-110078.

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