While the reaction of the environmentalists to the quarry planned to be established in Maşukiye for the supply of the material needed for the High Speed Train (YHT) route is continuing, it was also revealed that the establishment of the quarry as a in compulsory em could not be prevented by the için state 'decision. However, the authorities will also be hesitant of the public reaction, with some additional measures being taken to minimize the damage to the environment.
THE GARDENS WILL NOT BE AFFECTED
Kocaeli Governor Ercan Topaca, the previous day some names from the office in his office, met with representatives of environmental associations. Additional measures to be taken were discussed during the meeting held with the participation of FDI officials on the YHT project. Governor Topaca, to be sensitive about the quarry, contained in the EIA report
breaking, screening, washing units will not be established here, he said. The company will be allowed under these conditions. The orchards will definitely not be cut, the road will definitely be paved. The material to be withdrawn from the mine will be transferred from the side of the Yanık Creek, not from Maşukiye, to the railroad route from Adapazarı Forest Regional Directorate next to its new nursery exhibition area. There is no guarantee that a single material truck will not cross the highway.
These decisions taken with the authorities of Mitto Madencilik, which will draw material from the quarry to be established in Maşukiye, will be made in accordance with these provisions. From Maşukiye, Orhan Bayramin, Sami Toktaş, Muharrem Uçan, Muşukiye Çınarlı Mahallesi Mete Karakuş, Zükküf Aybadın, the Mayor of Soğuksu Neighborhood, and Sibel Baykal, the Head of the Yanık Village, will work as auditors. During the operation in the quarry, even in the event of a contract against the contract to be given the authority to stop the voiced.
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