Gilgit: 20 illegal crush plants shut down

Gilgit: 20 illegal crush plants shut down

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Environmental Protection Agency shuts down 20 stone crushing plants, some of them operating illegally, in Gilgit city limits. Five crush plants’ have been warned to move away from the human population. The plants have been shut because they were causing pollution. Watch Abdul Rehman Bukhari’s special report.

 

20 Crush Plants Shut Down in GilgitEnvironmental Protection Agency shuts down 20 stone crushing plants, some of them operating illegally, in Gilgit city limits. Five crush plants’ have been warned to move away from the human population. The plants have been shut because they were causing pollution. Watch Abdul Rehman Bukhari’s special report.

Posted by PAMIR TIMES on Thursday, February 18, 2016

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