Panel recommends action for violation

Written By Unknown on Rabu, 27 Maret 2013 | 22.23

MUMBAI: The State Environment Appraisal Committee -2 (SEAC-2) has refused to appraise a construction proposal submitted by M/s Raheja Universal (Raheja International Corporate City-II earlier known as I Quest) as it had carried out the construction without environment clearance.

The company has constructed two incubation sheds at the Trans-Thane Creek Industrial Estate, MIDC, Navi Mumbai in 2009 and these will remain for the next ten years. The SEAC-2 before the project was submitted for an environment clearance said it is mandatory to obtain the clearance before undertaking construction. Thus the construction was in violation of Environment Impact Assessment Notification 2006.

"The Environment department/State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) after due verification may initiate credible action under Environment Protection Act, 1986 as per the office memorandum dated December 2012 issued by the Ministry of Environment and Forests. Further the proposal will be appraised only after due examination and appropriate action by the Environment department/SEIAA,'' said the report of the SEAC-2

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