EPA establishes a committee to evaluate Punjab improvement projects
Rawalpindi: The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) Punjab has made a seven-person committee to look at the development projects in the province, according to news from September 27.
Based on the details, the committee is put together to look at the projects and make sure they follow the rules for protecting the environment. It was said that the committee in question will look at the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) reports for the projects in the province that aim to improve things. The committee will also make suggestions to the EPA Punjab Director General, who will use them to make the final decisions.
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Supposedly, this group will look at the project sites and suggest ways to make them better. Prof. Dr. Arifa Tahir from Lahore College for Women University, Prof. Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed from National College of Business Administration and Economics, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nawaz Ch from Lahore School of Economics, Dr. Rab Nawaz from the University of Lahore, Chief Engineer Rawalpindi Dr. Habibul Haq Randhawa, Assistant Director EPA Lahore Development Authority, and member of the review group for Development of International Water Quality Guidelines are