According to Ananta Narayan Jena, the Hitachi Zosen India, BMC’s technology partner in the project, will use the controlled combustion process, instead of incineration, to ensure low smoke and less pollution.
Spread over 14 acres of land, the state’s largest bus stand lacks proper boundary wall, drainage facility and basic amenities.
The Commissionerate police has realized around Rs 20 lakh as penalty from 3,949 violators for using power horn and musical horn in their vehicles in the city between January and June.
The move will facilitate hygienically processed poultry meat and egg, and create employment opportunity for around 260 persons across various districts of Odisha.
The BMC justified its action stating that it has exhausted all its options, including seeking support from Twin City Police Commissionerate which is not forthcoming.
The Odisha government has approved three projects involving investment of Rs 874 crore and employment potential of 630 persons.