UP Pollution Control Board to ban barbecued foods in Noida, Ghaziabad

Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board will be taking action against eateries using coal or wood as fuel before October 10
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Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board will be taking action against eateries using coal or wood as fuel before October 10. 

Before the arrival of winter this year, the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) will be implemented. This plan will be executed to check the levels of air pollution in Ghaziabad and Noida.

The report has also been prepared by the board about the steps that will be taken ahead of October 15. The steps include the identification of all such restaurants and cafes dealing in tandoori cuisine, which uses coal and kilns made of brick as fuel to cook.

District Magistrate BN Singh said, "Zero tolerance will be given to construction projections. Environment Pollution Control Authority’s recommendations are being surveyed and action will be initiated very soon."

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