385,8 Million Liras of Fines Have Been Applied to Facilities Polluting the Environment

Million Liras of Fines Have Been Implemented for Facilities Polluting the Environment
385,8 Million Liras of Fines Have Been Applied to Facilities Polluting the Environment

The Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change continues its inspections on businesses that cause environmental pollution throughout the country in order to ensure the effective protection of the environment. Thanks to the integration of technological developments into the environmental audit infrastructure of the Ministry, audits are carried out much more effectively. In this context, in the statement made by the Ministry, it was emphasized that no tolerance is shown to those who pollute the environment with technological inspections, and it was stated that the highest inspection number in the history of the Republic was reached with 2021 thousand 57 environmental inspections in 22. In the first 2022 months of 9, it was reported that more than 49 thousand environmental inspections were carried out, more than 3 million fines were imposed on 165 thousand 385 plants that pollute the nature, and 285 enterprises were banned from operating. In the statement, it was also stated that the provinces with the highest environmental penalties are Konya, Ankara, Tekirdağ, Kocaeli and Istanbul, respectively.

The Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change continues its inspections on businesses polluting the environment throughout the country without interruption. In the statement made by the Ministry, it is stated that by integrating the technological developments into the inspection infrastructure, environmental inspections will continue in 2022 without slowing down; In this context, it was emphasized that those who pollute the environment with technological controls are not tolerated in any way.

In the statement made by the Ministry, it was stated that the highest number of inspections in the history of the Republic was reached with 2021 thousand 57 environmental inspections in 22.

“The provinces with the most environmental penalties were Konya, Ankara, Tekirdağ, Kocaeli and Istanbul, respectively”

In the statement made; Reminding that the Ministry, together with the central Environmental Inspection Teams and 81 provincial directorate personnel, imposes penalties on businesses that violate the Environment Law, it was stated that businesses that were found to pose a danger to the environment and human health as a result of the inspections were banned from the activity.

In the statement, it is stated that the first five provinces with the highest administrative fines are Konya, Ankara, Tekirdağ, Kocaeli and Istanbul, respectively; By the Ministry in the first nine months of 2022 Konya'It was reported that an environmental penalty of 41 million 393 thousand 487 liras was imposed. Konya with a penalty of 34 million 454 thousand 134 liras Ankara followed by the third province with the highest environmental penalty. Tekirdag it happened. It has been announced that the Ministry has imposed a fine of 28 million 672 thousand 658 liras on businesses that cause environmental pollution in Tekirdağ. KocaeliAdministrative fine of 21 million 841 thousand 312 liras was imposed in Turkey, Istanbul Real EstateIt was stated that 19 million 879 thousand 109 liras were penalized in Istanbul.

“Over 3 million fines were imposed on 165 facilities polluting nature, 385 businesses were banned from operating in the first nine months of 2022”

In this context, in the first nine months of 2022, the Ministry, which carried out 81 thousand 49 environmental inspections in 25 provinces; 3 million 165 thousand 385 liras in total for 800 thousand 737 facilities polluting nature, especially waste, water and air. It was reported that he imposed administrative fines and banned 285 businesses from operating.

In the statement made by the Ministry, the following information was given regarding the penalties applied:

“In the inspections carried out in the first nine months of 2022, from waste 672 million 208 thousand 344 liras in 30 administrative sanctions for the prevention of environmental pollution, water pollution 403 million 65 thousand 87 liras in 266 administrative sanctions for the prevention of air pollution 367 million 38 thousand 184 liras in 718 administrative sanctions for the prevention of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) 348 million 29 thousand 644 liras in 349 administrative sanctions related to the  noise pollution 332 million 6 thousand 711 liras in 415 administrative sanctions for the prevention of soil pollution 51 million 6 thousand 237 liras in 226 administrative sanctions for the prevention of from exhaust pollution 398 million 1 thousand 444 liras in 376 administrative sanctions caused by stubble 239 thousand 759 liras in 336 administrative sanctions against those who burn, zero waste/bag 36 thousand 290 TL in 500 transactions on the subject, to other environmental penalties. Administrative fines of 319 million 29 thousand 97 liras, totaling 521 million 385 thousand 800 liras, were imposed in 737 administrative sanctions imposed on the country.

“How are environmental audits done?”

In the statement of the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, the following items were included regarding how environmental audits are carried out:

  • Facilities with High Pollutant Quality are monitored in real time from the Continuous Monitoring Center

With Continuous Emission Measurement Systems, emission measurements in 720 chimneys, Continuous Wastewater Monitoring Systems and measurement results at the exits of 467 waste water treatment plants are monitored instantly from the Continuous Monitoring Center.

  • Vehicles without exhaust inspection are automatically detected in traffic

With the Exhaust Electronic Inspection System (EGEDES), which has been implemented in 81 provinces after all stages have been completed, vehicles that do not have an exhaust inspection are automatically detected without disrupting the traffic flow.

  • The air quality of our country is monitored by 360 stations.

By monitoring the air quality in our 81 provinces with 360 stations. The results are shared instantly with our citizens on the internet address havaizleme.gov.tr ​​and on mobile applications via mobile phones.

  • Activities such as mining operations and tailings dams are monitored by remote sensing systems.

Modeling and monitoring studies are carried out thanks to geographic information systems-based software.

  • All environmental audits are monitored from the Continuous Control Center.

Information produced with analysis methods developed from all digital environmental data, especially the Continuous Monitoring Center, is transferred to the Continuous Monitoring Center and used in the planning and realization of audits.

Günceleme: 08/10/2022 14:06

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