Kodungaiyur to get 20 KLD of effluence from the slaughter house everyday

Screenshot of the NGT order

Screenshot of the NGT order

Chennai: Corporation of Chennai had earlier requested for concurrence of Chennai Metro Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWS & SB) for the treatment of Trade Effluent released from Pulianthope Slaughter House at 110 MLD STP at Kodungaiyur and permission for transportation of 20 KLD per day trade Effluent generated from the Slaughter House through tanker lorries to the STP at Kodungaiyur for treatment and disposal.

The CMWS&SB has accepted the same and has given the concurrence therein on 4.5.2015 and from 5.5.2015 no Trade Effluent from Pulianthope Slaughter House would be discharged outside the premises and will be sent to the Kodungaiyur.

The Effluence from Slaughter House is marked as Red category (Highly Polluting) & Pulianthope Slaughter House has not been treating the Effluence until recently. The Effluence was being let into open connecting the Canals.

The above were submitted by The Counsel for Corporation of Chennai during the NGT hearing on Unlicensed Slaughter House case filed byPeople For Cattle in India, (PFCI)

To add to existing Polluting & Environmental vows, Kodungaiyur will be affected much more when such dangerous Effluence from Puliyanthope Slaughter House are be treated & disposed.

Can this be stopped?

For further details contact:

Arun Prasanna M.I.B,

Founder & Secretary,
People For Cattle in India (PFCI),

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.,
98840 71136

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Counter Affidavit Filed by the Deputy Commissioner Health, Chennai

Here is the outcome of our last hearing at the National Green Tribunal (NGT) against unregistered and unlicensed slaughterhouses and meat shops in Chennai that was carried in Tamil language paper of The Hindu.

NGT warned the Chennai Corporation and other respondents for being inefficient
in implementing its order to ban unlicensed meat shops and slaughterhouses. The tribunal may also slap a fine against the respondents in the next hearing if they fail to file replies.

The NGT had passed an order banning unlicensed slaughterhouses and meat shops in Chennai on 28th November 2013. It had directed the respondents to take punitive action against such unlicensed slaughterhouses and meat shops. So far in the last several hearings respondent no. 1 Chennai Corporation has been giving contradictory statistical
data on unlicensed meat shops.

PFCII has been fighting relentlessly to stop the illegal slaughtering of the cattle. You can follow our NGT case here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.705555642805697.1073741850.677829325578329&type=3

URGENT: Volunteers needed!

The slaughtered animals (above), two rescued cows (below)

The slaughtered animals (above), two rescued cows (below)

Rescued two cows from four unlicensed slaughter houses near Chennai after waiting for nearly 7 hours. Sadly, by the time PFCI volunteers reached, four cattle were already slaughtered. Both the rescued cattle are now on the way to PFA shelter. An FIR is now being registered.

Four members from PFCI usually go to the unlicensed slaughter houses. The butchers are growing in numbers. We need volunteers to accompany us in this cause for the regular police station visits.

Please call on following nos and ask for Arun Prasanna:
99400 66699 and 98840 71136

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P.S: Sorry for the gory pictures.