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India - Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor - II (Английский)

The present project confines from Mugalsarai to Bhaupur of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC). Total length from Mughalsarai to Bhaupur is around 392 km. This section is an important section of Howrah-Delhi double line electrified main trunk route of Northern Central Railway connecting the Northern, Central and Eastern regions of the country. The entire stretch of Mughalsarai-Bhaupur is in the State of Uttar Pradesh. Negative impact may include: soil erosion and contamination of soil, dust emission and air pollution, alteration of water quality, railway noise. Mitigation measures include : waste disposed properly to avoid contamination; oil interceptor will be provided for accidental spill of oil and diesel. Suitable protection measures consisting of bio-engineering techniques such as plantation of grass and shrubs, may be provided to control erosion. Borrow areas may be finalized in concern with ecological sensitivity of the area. Agriculture land may not be sued as borrow areas. Priority may be given to degraded area for excavation of borrows material. Construction work may be avoided during rainy season to evade erosion and spreading of loose material. Top soil removed from agricultural land may be stored separately in enclosed areas with proper bund and utilized during plantation or refilling of excavated area. Sprinkling of water for dust generation , improvement in drainage by construction of new bridges and bridging of existing causeways. Septic tank will be construction for waste disposal.

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    India - Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor - II

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