چهارشنبه 18 فروردين 1400
“We are now planning to invite tenders for the disposal of banned plastic, which has been collected in large quantity. The civic body is now planning to invite tenders for the disposal of banned plastic. A senior official said, ever since the plastic ban ca-me into force, the BMC has started action agai-nst the banned plastic.The government had given a three months period for the disposal of the existing stocks. As 288 people refused to pay the fine, the BMC issued notices to them and initiated legal action against them, the official added. They will be tried in the Metropolitan Magistrate for violating the plastic ban,” said a senior official from the shops and establishments department.Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has seized more than 30 tonnes of banned plastic so far after the plastic ban that came into force on June 23 in the state. The ban came into effect on June 23.“Prosecution has been issued against offenders, who have refused to pay the fine for using ban-ned plastic. During this period, the civic body has seized more than 30,000 kgs of banned plastic a-nd collected a fine of more than Rs 1.According to the civic data, the BMC has prosecuted 288 people, who have refused to pay fine for using banned plastic. A fine of average Rs 60,000 to one lakh is being collected everuday.On March 23, the state government had imposed a ban on manufacturing, use, sale, distribution and storage of plastic materials.Under the plastic ban, the state government has declared a fine of Rs 5,000 and Rs 10,000 respectively for first and second time offence..5 crore from the offenders.Daily around China Wholesale plastic foot tub
2500 to 3000 establishments are being inspected and around 70 to 100 kgs of plastic being collected. The agency certified by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board will be selected for this task,” said the official. A third-time offender will be fined Rs 25,000 and three months imprisonment.
پنجشنبه 5 فروردين 1400
Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday said a new law will be enacted to make drinking in public places a punishable offence in the state."We will create facilities to treat garbage even at panchayat level."May be give and take 15 days, end of this month or February, a new law will come into action which will make drinking alcohol in public a cognisable offence," Parrikar said after inaugurating the Organic Waste Management Facility in the state capital.Referring to the drinking in open places, the chief minister said the government would start taking action from February onwards against the violators . Don&9 detachable toilet stool
39;t you have home to drink? Or hotel to drink? And even if you drink at least take back bottles," he said.On the occasion, he listed out the measures to be undertaken to make Goa garbage-free."This plastic dissolves in the Earth within 100 days and if stray cattle eats it, it is not harmful to them."I have extensively witnessed problems caused due to plastic.Parrikar said people can still use degradable plastic carry bag which are made up from starch."From January 26 onwards, we will take a comprehensive action against the littering which will be implemented from May 30 onwards. Between May 30 to December 19, 2018, a new legislation would be enacted towards the cause," he said.Parrikar appealed that Goa be made plastic-free as "it is the biggest problem anyone can face".The Solid Waste Management Corporation has been actively handling the issue of garbage, Parrikar said, adding that the first phase to ban plastic in the coastal state would begin from January 26 onwards. We will involve the community into it ," he said.Parrikar said the proposed move would ensure that Goa would become free from the "litter" of empty bottles which has been created by locals and tourists alike.. There will not be a ban on degradable plastic but instead it would be encouraged," he clarified. We are ready to increase the grants to panchayat by 4-5 times but at the same time they should perform," he said."When we talk about the ban on plastic, we are talking about the one with PVC and not the degradable plastic. If we have to move towards garbage-free Goa then we will have to eradicate conventional plastic.The CM said the panchayats that do not play their role in the garbage issue will have to face punishment.The CM said one can enjoy in Goa, but littering will not be permitted by his # government."We have been clearing off the bottles from the public places. The state will also implement a ban on the plastic packing material from December 19, 2018 onwards," he added.Parrikar said those dumping the construction debris along roads will face a stringent action from January 26 onwards which include confiscation of their vehicles and heavy penalties.
چهارشنبه 27 اسفند 1399
Compared to a baseline of plastic debris on beaches, the plastic we found in these turtles suggests they favour threads and sheets that are black, clear or green. Of the 34 turtles examined, scientists were able to examine the full gastrointestinal tracts of 19. The sources of this plastic might include things like black bin bags, and China cereal container for sale
fragments from items such as fishing rope and carrier bags..The study could not determine what, if any, role the plastic had in the turtles' deaths.Smaller turtles tended to contain more plastic, possibly because they are less experienced or because diet choices change with age and size. The turtles strongly favour narrow lengths of plastic in natural colours like green and black, rather than the debris of other shapes and colours, reported the study published in the journal 'Scientific Reports. "Previous research has suggested leatherback turtles eat plastic that resembles their jellyfish prey, and we wanted to know whether a similar thing might be happening with green turtles," said Dr Emily Duncan of the University of Exeter.All of these turtles contained plastic, with the number of pieces ranging from three to 183.Sea turtles are primarily visual predators, able to choose foods by size and shape, and in this study, we found strong evidence that green turtles favour plastic of certain sizes, shapes and colours.'Scientists from the University of Exeter and the Society for the Protection of Turtles examined the guts of turtles found washed up on beaches in Cyprus. Plastic was found in all turtles whose full gastrointestinal tract could be examined, with one found to contain 183 pieces. "Research like this helps us understand what sea turtles are eating, and whether certain kinds of plastic are being ingested more than others," said Professor Brendan Godley, who leads the Exeter Marine research strategy.It's important to know what kinds of plastic might be a particular problem, as well as highlighting issues that can help motivate people to continue to work on reducing overall plastic consumption and pollution. Most had likely died as a result of interaction with fishing nets.Washington: Green turtles are more likely to swallow plastic that resembles their natural diet of seagrass, suggest researchers.