Asia’s Largest Litter Mountain in Delhi Reduced by 40 feet

Gautam Gambhir said that I had promised that if I could not, I would not contest again. Asia’s largest litter mountain has become 40 foot smaller in a year.

Asia’s largest litter mountain has a height of 213 Foot. It is now claimed that its height has reduced by 40 foot. Yes, we are talking about the garbage dump in Ghazipur in East Delhi. Aaj Tak investigated this and found that a part of the garbage mountain is 40 feet shorter than the side.

In the year of September in 2017, a person died after being buried in the debris that fell after exploding in the mountain of a litter of Qutub Minar. Area MP Gautam Gambhir has claimed that the height of the garbage mountain has been reduced by 40 foot.

On July 23, Gautam Gambhir wrote on Twitter that I had promised that if I could not, I would not contest again. Asia’s largest litter mountain has become 40 foot smaller in a year.

Arun Kumar, Director PR and Superintendent Engineer of EDMC said that first set up two 30 mm plants. But again 6 mm segmentation machine was installed. There was a lack of space. The number of machines is also being increased.

Being the only landfill site of the East MCD, even today, unprocessed waste is being kept on this site. The difference is that now garbage is not put on top. Rather, it has been started to put on space on the side. The process by which this waste is being reduced is called trampling.

As part of the process, 2 tramplings of old decomposable litter is being done in 30 and 6 mm sizes.

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At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party MLA Kuldeep Kumar called this claim of Gautam Gambhir a sham. He said that the garbage is being shifted only by applying JCB.

Kuldeep Kumar has said that the Center had talked about using this garbage in the construction of National Highway-24. The gimmick will not work. This garbage has now come towards the houses of the people of Ghazipur B-lock. He said that good nitrogen fertilizer is being used as an end product of the process, which is being used in parks.