Even if the Twin Towers fell, Supertech’s troubles are not over, now they have to spend so much money to remove the debris of the building ThePipaNews

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As per the agreement between Supertech and Edifice, Edifice will transport the debris to the plant and Supertech will pay around Rs 4368000 for 28 thousand tonnes at Rs 156 per tonne.

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The twin towers have collapsed. Now remains to dispose of the ruins of the main work. A major action plan has been drawn up to dispose of its debris. Most importantly, the supertech builder will also have to bear its disposal costs.

According to the information received from the authorities, the work of removing the debris will start soon and the work of removing the debris will be done in two shifts. As per the agreement between Supertech and Edifice, Edifice will transport the debris to the plant and Supertech will pay around Rs 4368000 for 28 thousand tonnes at Rs 156 per tonne. The debris from the Twin Towers will be disposed of at the Sector-80 C&D Waste Management Plant. This plant is operated by Ramki Company. About 250 to 300 tonnes of waste is disposed of in Noida every day. Now the plant will start disposing of the Twin Towers debris in two days.

According to the information received from the authority OSD, as per the agreement signed between Supertech and Edifice, Edifice will be responsible for transporting the debris of the Twin Towers to Kandy Waste Management. Edifice will pay the fee for this. Apart from this, Supertech will bear the per tonne cost of whatever waste is disposed of at the C&W plant. We tell you that C&W plant has two processing fees. First, if the plant company itself picks up the debris, the processing fee is Rs 500 per tonne and if Edifice transports the debris, Supertech has to pay the processing fee only Rs 156 per tonne.


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