Sabuncubeli Tunnel Debris Destroys Environment and Nature

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Sabuncubeli Tunnel debris destroys the environment and nature: It is claimed that Sabuncubeli Tunnel construction will reduce the journey time between Manisa and Izmir to 15 minutes.
Natural and Cultural Life Initiative SözcüSü Tuncay Karaçorlu, said the threat is not only threatening the region, but may cause catastrophes in a wide region due to the groundwater involved.


The 9 thousand 2011 thousand 15 meter-long Sabuncubeli Tunnel, the foundation of which was laid on September 4 and claimed to reduce the journey time between Manisa and Izmir to 70 minutes, is said to be opened for service towards the end of 2016. The actual length and cost of the project, the suspects, corruption claims on the agenda during the construction of the tunnel and the immature coal debris was found to be in contradiction to the relevant laws and regulations in the immediate vicinity of the construction site was poured into the forest area.

RADIATED MOLOSES DISCUSSED AT THE SITE

Moreover, the debris produced contains heavy metals with its chemical structure, while it also contains a radiation load with its charcoal feature. As a result of this application made by the capital groups to the natural protected area (protected area) forest area, the river bed reaching the Gediz River is destroyed. The flood floods inevitably become inevitable as a result of this mound, and the Gediz River is no longer the natural water source. The fact that Koçoğlu A.Ş., which undertakes the project, has also buried the ancient city of Allianoi, which was previously within the borders of Bergama district, with the construction of dams, both raises concerns and shows how “rent relationship olduğ exists in this regard. Natural and Cultural Life Initiative SözcüSü Tuncay Karaçorlu and İzmir Chamber of Forestry Engineer Kenan Öztan, Chairman of the Izmir Branch, evaluated the existing danger and the point reached.

'NATURAL LIFE IS NO'

Tuncay Karaçorlu, ın tunnel opening ”on the grounds of a large hill of tens of meters of rubble heap that completely destroyed the natural life in the region, he added. Karaçorlu said, bu As a result of this application to the forest area which is illegally protected as a natural protected area (protected area); a unique nature conservation and agriculture area, consisting of a wide range of vegetation and animal species, from olive trees to pine trees, has been destroyed and continues to be destroyed. kayd

'THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MOLOGY IS DANGEROUS'

Karaçorlu, because of the chemical properties of spilled rubble threatens all vital properties in a very large area, the application wanted to stop as soon as possible. Karaçorlu said, “These very dangerous structures, which will be mixed with soil and ground water with falling rains, will affect a wide area outside of an area where it is mixed by mixing with air. This pollution, which has the property of affecting the agriculture and forestry in a large area even with the slightest wind even with its dust feature, will close the pores of the leaves in the vegetation and cause them to dry quickly ”. Karaçorlu also called for the jointization of all attempts against such massacres of nature.

'WE WILL LAUNCH TOGETHER WITH THE PEOPLE'

Karaçorlu also stated that an effort was made to create public opinion in the surrounding districts and said, dik We have submitted a petition to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization about whether anything has been done before. As a result of the petitions, no action was taken. We will bring a lawsuit against the company with the local people in the near future. ”

'ALWAYS CONTINUE TO HAZARD'

Kenan Öztan, the head of the Izmir Branch of the Chamber of Forest Engineers, stated that there has not been any treatment for wastes that have been removed and stored randomly in various places. A small stream has formed with the rains. In other words, it continues to emit danger to the environment. ” Öztan said the researches on the rubble, "nuclear finds" emerged, said it was late to take measures.


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