Dealing with 80,000 tonnes of demolition waste from Noida twin towers

File photo of Noida’s Supertech Twin Towers under construction. Picture Credit: Shrijak – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Demolition experts will be chalking out a plan after discussion with resident associations in the vicinity of the demolished Noida twin towers regarding the disposal of debris from the site. Experts said that it may take three months to clear the debris. 

Around 50,000 tonnes of it has been absorbed in the basements of the now-demolished towers while the remaining would be disposed of in 90 days, according to the company which carried out the demolition.

The debris will be first processed at the site and later, it will be taken to construction and demolition waste processing centers, reports The Week. Re Sustainability Ltd (formerly known as Ramky Enviro) will be handling waste clearance from the site.

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