The Central Pollution Control Board has recorded
over 550 violations in just about a month in several parts of Delhi-NCR as its multiple teams conducted inspection as part of effort to control air pollution in the region, officials said.
About 41 per cent of these violations were related to open storage and dumping of construction and demolition of wastes followed by open waste dumping at 14 per cent, according to a CPCB official.
A total of 96 inspections were conducted by 41 teams since September 15 and 554 violations recorded, the official said.
The official also said such inspection would be intensified in coming days. The teams comprises two senior CPCB officials.
In Delhi, 287 violations were recorded while in Noida and Ghaziabad 61 and 39 violations were recorded, respectively. Thirty-two violations were recorded in Gurugram, the official said.
The teams have been formed to monitor pollution levels in the city which reaches dangerous proportions as the winter season approaches.
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