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Old September 29th, 2010, 08:46 PM   #21
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Only 4000 of the 185,000 were cars. This means that the majority of these vehicles are motorbikes, 3 wheelers, lorries and buses with little or no pollution controls on them and thus are spewing more noxious diesel smoke into the already polluted air.
If there were mandated pollution controls on these recently imported vehicles and strict emissions standards for these vehicles to European or U.S. emissions standards, then this would not be such a problem.

But the sad and completely avoidable fact is that most of these 185,000 vehicles will be belching toxic suffocating thick black diesel fumes into the air causing health problems in people that will be far far more expensive to treat than the cost of a emissions control system on a vehicle.
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Environmental Pollution contributing to extinction of reptiles and amphibians in Sri Lanka

Sept 29, Colombo: Sri Lanka Reptile and Amphibian Foundation points out that a number of endemic species to the country have become extinct in recent past.

Of 109 reptiles and amphibians, 21 species are extinct, says the Chairman of Sri Lanka Reptile and Amphibian Foundation Mendis Wickramasinghe.

While 12 amphibians are threatened of extinction, another 34 amphibians are severely threatened, the Foundation points out.

Mr. Mendis also said that the research conducted by the Foundation in Sri Pada mountain area under the patronage of the Ministry of Environment led to rediscover two amphibian species that were earlier believed to be extinct.

He cited deforestation, isolation of jungles, development, erosion, and climate change have caused the extinction of amphibians causing severe ecological imbalance.

http://www.colombopage.com/archive_1...85768928KA.php
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Old November 6th, 2010, 06:56 PM   #23
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Govt to try to ban polythene (again)

Nov 06, Colombo:

Sri Lanka's Western Provincial Council (WPC) is to implement a ban on polythene decorations within the next three months to minimize environmental pollution. According to Gammanpila, all kinds of polythene decorations will be banned under this legislation, including polythene decorations used for funeral ceremonies and election campaigns. Environment Minister of the Western Provincial Council, Udaya Gammanpila has told the local media that the WPC was waiting for observations of parliament to implement the ban on polythene.
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Discarded plastic bags clog up drains and contribute to heavy floods in Sri Lankan cities. Scientists estimate a polythene bag takes at least 500 years to decompose. Officials say about 50 percent of the country’s polythene is consumed in the western province.
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 06:57 AM   #24
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Hybrid and Electric Vehicles tax free in 2011 !!

Hybrid and Electric Vehicles tax free in 2011 !!

President Rajapaksa delivering the 2011 Budget speech proposed the removal of tax imposed on electric and hybrid vehicles.

“I propose to reduce duties and taxes on passenger transportation vehicles by 25 per cent. I propose to exempt the importation of electric and hybrid vehicles from Excise Tax and VAT in order to promote environmental friendly tourism." said President Rajapakse during the 2011 Budget speech.
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 07:21 AM   #25
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Old December 26th, 2010, 04:06 AM   #26
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Solar power plant for Hambantota

Solar power plant for Hambantota
A Solar Power station will be set up at Baruthankanda, Hambantota by the Ministry of Power and Energy to produce 737 Kw of energy. This would be Sri Lanka's biggest solar power generation plant.

The first stage would be opened next August and the land has already been allocated. Construction is expected to commence in January.

Power and Energy Minister Champika Ranawaka said that the investment for this project would be Rs. 1.7 billion. It would be partly funded by Japan (Rs. 1.2 billion) Korea (Rs. 513 million) and the Ceylon Electricity Board (Rs. 153 million).

With the commissioning of this project, Sri Lanka would be able to save 429,000 litres of diesel used for power generation and prevent 963 tons of carbon dioxide from being released to the environment.

The Ministry also plans to install solar-powered street lights in selected areas. -SS

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Old December 31st, 2010, 01:38 AM   #27
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Over 12,000 arrested for environmental pollution in 2010

Dec 30, Colombo: Sri Lanka's Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mahinda Balasuriya has said that 12,800 persons have been arrested by the police environment protection units located across the country.

Balasuriya has told the media that 840 suspects had also been arrested for putting up unauthorized structures, 720 for illegal felling, and 2,032 for illegal sand mining.

The police have set up 143 environment protection units island wide in every police division to help the Municipal and Urban Councils and the Environment Ministry to arrest individuals who violate environment laws and to combat environment pollution.
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Old December 31st, 2010, 01:40 AM   #28
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Every district in Sri Lanka to get an organic fertilizer production unit

Dec 30, Colombo: The Sri Lankan government is taking measures to promote usage of organic fertilizer among the country's farmers.

The Cabinet of ministers Wednesday approved a measure proposed by the Minister of Agrarian Services and Wildlife S.M. Chandrasena to expand the fertilizer subsidy to farmers and to promote the usage of organic fertilizer.

Under the proposed measures a pilot project will be launched to set up an organic fertilizer production unit in each of the 25 districts in the country.

Currently, the government provides a fertilizer subsidy of Rs. 30 billion to supply the fertilizer for paddy farmers at a price of Rs. 350 for a 50 kg bag of fertilizer. The subsidized price is just 10 percent of the market price.

With the promotion of organic fertilizer the government expects to reduce the use of chemical fertilizer by 15 percent in the first stage with the ultimate goal of reducing the use of chemical fertilizer up to 25 percent.

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Old January 6th, 2011, 08:34 PM   #29
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Over 1000 dilapidated buses to be repaired and add to the air pollution of the 7000 bus SLTB fleet


The Government has decided to repair 1,000 Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) buses lying idle in islandwide bus depots to solve the bus shortage along routes in rural areas.

Transport Minister Kumara Welgama said that of the abandoned buses, 1,000 can be repaired and deployed on rural routes. The Ministry intention is to increase the number of SLTB buses to, 7,000 by adding the 1,000 buses to the fleet this year.

"We will ensure that an adequate number of buses ply along rural routes," the Minister said.

These buses were kept off the roads and sold at auctions due to the lack of spareparts like engines and gearboxes.

"We identified that they are in good condition and have only minor repairs," he said.

Meanwhile, the 24 and 36 dilapidated buses idling at the Aluthgama and Tangalle bus depots had been repaired spending around Rs 10 million and Rs 13 million and added to the fleet recently.

Dilapidated buses idling in bus depots in Kataragama, Mathugama and Aluthgama were also repaired and added to the rural bus fleet.

Meanwhile, the 24 and 36 dilapidated buses idling at the Aluthgama and Tangalle bus depots had been repaired spending around Rs 10 million and Rs 13 million and added to the fleet recently.

Dilapidated buses idling in bus depots in Kataragama, Mathugama and Aluthgama were also repaired and added to the rural bus fleet.

http://www.dailynews.lk/2011/01/06/news11.asp
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Old January 26th, 2011, 09:40 PM   #30
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Now even brand new vehicles must pass emissions test to receive license

Jan 24, Colombo: The Sri Lankan government has decided to remove the three-year concessionary period provided to the brand new vehicles to undergo emission test before annual licensing.

Accordingly, all brand new vehicles will have to pass an emission test and submit a report to obtain the license after the first year.

Sri Lanka Commissioner of Motor Traffic B.D.L. Dharmapriya said that a committee appointed to look into the outcome of the emission test had recommended the three-year grace period for brand new vehicles needed to be removed as it was found in a survey that most vehicles were not properly maintained during this period since no emission report was required for the licensing.

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Old February 11th, 2011, 10:08 PM   #31
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Import tax on hybrid vehicles cut by 50% in order to reduce air-pollution in Sri Lanka

Feb 10, Colombo: In a measure to promote the conservation of environment the Sri Lankan government said it has reduced the import tax on hybrid vehicles.

The tax reduction from 30% to 15% for hybrid models less than three and a half years old will take effect immediately, Deputy Finance Minister Geethanjana Gunawardena has said.

President Mahinda Rajapaksa last November said that the government in order to reduce environmental pollution will completely remove excise duties and value added tax on the electric and hybrid vehicles which are cleaner with fewer emissions to the environment.

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Old February 14th, 2011, 12:05 AM   #32
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Future Buses for Lankan Roads

Its very unlikely these roads will ply our Lankan roads in the future. The indian/chinese companies do not make fuel efficient or zero carbon based vehicles or buses for a fact. They could start as a trial in Colombo suburbs but the way way our buses are packed and inadequate, its unlikely.


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Over 1000 dilapidated buses to add to the air pollution of the 7000 bus SLTB fleet


The Government has decided to repair 1,000 Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) buses lying idle in islandwide bus depots to solve the bus shortage along routes in rural areas.

Transport Minister Kumara Welgama said that of the abandoned buses, 1,000 can be repaired and deployed on rural routes. The Ministry intention is to increase the number of SLTB buses to, 7,000 by adding the 1,000 buses to the fleet this year.

"We will ensure that an adequate number of buses ply along rural routes," the Minister said.

These buses were kept off the roads and sold at auctions due to the lack of spareparts like engines and gearboxes.

"We identified that they are in good condition and have only minor repairs," he said.

Meanwhile, the 24 and 36 dilapidated buses idling at the Aluthgama and Tangalle bus depots had been repaired spending around Rs 10 million and Rs 13 million and added to the fleet recently.

Dilapidated buses idling in bus depots in Kataragama, Mathugama and Aluthgama were also repaired and added to the rural bus fleet.


Over 1000 more of these dilapidated thick-black-poisonous-toxic-exhaust-smoke belching buses to add to the air pollution in Sri Lanka


Meanwhile, the 24 and 36 dilapidated buses idling at the Aluthgama and Tangalle bus depots had been repaired spending around Rs 10 million and Rs 13 million and added to the fleet recently.

Dilapidated buses idling in bus depots in Kataragama, Mathugama and Aluthgama were also repaired and added to the rural bus fleet.

http://www.dailynews.lk/2011/01/06/news11.asp


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Old February 16th, 2011, 06:50 AM   #33
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Corrupt provincial level politicians choking efforts to set up sustainable mini hydro power generation by demanding bribes and making threats

Provincial level politicians are making it difficult for investors to set up mini-hydro power plants demanding exorbitant bribes and resorting to threats, choking efforts made by the Sustainable Energy Authority in achieving its target of increasing power generation through renewable sources. Sustainable Energy Authority, Deputy Director General, Harsha Wickramasinghe told a recent seminar that the development of mini hydro power plants in Sri Lanka was being hampered for political reasons.

The Island Financial Review spoke to Wickramasinghe and asked him to elaborate on what he meant by ‘political reasons’, but he declined to comment. However, a mini-hydro power producer, not wanting to be named, shed some light on the official’s statement.

He said provincial level politicians were creating several problems for new mini hydro projects especially in rural areas of the island.

He said with the forthcoming provincial elections, these politicians have started to ask commissions for such projects and are even resorting to making threats, the investor said.

"As a result, some investors are moving their investments to other sectors in fear of these politicians."

http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_...de_title=18457
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Old October 5th, 2011, 12:21 AM   #34
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The corrupt former mayor of Nuwara Eliya cuts down these very old majestic trees for his own timber racket.....



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Old May 19th, 2013, 06:02 PM   #35
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New recycling program in Colombo from June 1st

The Colombo Municipal Council (CMC) is now distributing 200,000 garbage collecting bags among residents in the city to implement the collection of 'separated garbage only' program from June 1, Municipal Commissioner Badrani Jayawardena told.

Since the program is new to the residents in Colombo the CMC will collect the separated garbage as degradable and non-degradable waste from June 1. "When people adapt themselves to the program we will encourage them to separate the garbage further", she said.

The non-degradable waste will be collected only once a week and the degradable waste will be collected as usual on a daily basis, she said. The garbage collecting vehicles with a compartment for degradable waste and non-degradable waste will collect the garbage in future, she said.

About 30 percent of Municipal garbage consists of non-degradable waste and the daily collection of garbage in the Colombo city alone is around 750 metric tonnes "We will hand over this non-degradable waste to the Pilisaru section of the Meethotamulla dump site for recycling purposes", she said.

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Bags are too inconvenient. They really need to give people plastic bins for this to succeed.
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Old October 1st, 2013, 04:29 PM   #36
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Motor Traffic Department to crack down on motorists causing noise pollution

Wary of the ever-increasing traffic and the resulting noise pollution caused by tooting of horns, the Motor Traffic Department is to crack down on motorists tooting vehicle horns causing public nuisance, Motor Traffic Commissioner General S. H. Harischandra said.
Accordingly, drivers cannot sound their horns, exceeding 105 decibels within a five-metre range, and it should not exceed 93 decibels within a 15-metre range, he said adding that the police will take stern action against noise polluters for violating regulations introduced under the National Environment Act and Motor Traffic Act to control noise pollution caused by tooting of vehicle horns.
The department will bring down a stock of decibel meters from Singapore next week to detect noise polluters, Mr. Harischandra revealed.

The sound level meter or the decibel meter is a digital device that can perform measurements 30 to 130 decibels which is widely used by authorities and institutions that need to control the frequency of sound produced in regions of concentration and residential areas.
He said that under the new regulations of the Motor Traffic Act, motorists who cause noise pollution would be slapped six of the 24 penalty points – a score at which a motorist’s driving licence would be suspended for one year.

He noted that these regulations will not be applied to emergency vehicles. Ambulances, trains, fire brigade vehicles, police vehicles, and vehicles used by armed forces are exempted from them.

Meanwhile the department also plans to introduce new regulations to take action on un-roadworthy vehicles, Mr. Harishchandra said adding that at present the provincial councils are issuing certificates of roadworthiness and the vehicle licences.

The department said such motorists are now being asked to repair their vehicles before renewing its licences.

But the new regulations would enable the police to seize un-roadworthy vehicles on the road, he added.

Such vehicles would then be produced in court and prevented from plying the streets until they are repaired.

He disclosed that the fumes emitted by these vehicles pollute the environment and the introduction of strict laws had become essential to tackle this issue.

“We have found a large number of buses, lorries, old cars and vans which are in an un-roadworthy condition.” he said adding that “they somehow manage to pass their vehicles at emission centres by fixing or modifying the engines”.

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Vehicle emissions choking the public to death

Motor Traffic Department officials and Traffic Police officers will fan out to different parts of the City of Colombo from tomorrow to check vehicle emissions. The move follows the discovery that a large number of vehicles are still plying the roads with heavy emissions. This is notwithstanding the centres which have been issuing certificates confirming they are fit to run.

(CEA) Deputy Director (Air Quality Division) R.M. Kulasena
Some of these certificates, it has now come to light, are being obtained by allegedly bribing staff at these centres. The Motor Traffic Dept (MTD) will be deploying 10 technical officers along with Traffic Police officers, to test vehicle emissions, a senior official said.

MTD’s Vehicle Emission Testing Programme Project Director A.W. Dissanayake said that the recruitment is completed and the technical officers deployed starting this month.

He said there are allegations that revenue licences could be obtained without the Emission Test Certificate (ETC). “The Dept has made it compulsory to submit ETCs to obtain revenue licences, and to be in possession of it at all times. The Traffic Police has also been requested to check the ETC along with the driving licence,” Mr Dissanayake said.

According to him, the Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) buses are evidently contributing to air pollution. Unlike private buses which are removed from service when in poor condition, SLTB buses continue to operate emitting heavy smoke. “When complaints are received, the Dept. will summon the offenders and warn them. If the condition of the vehicle is bad, a prohibition notice will be issued. This will be the same with vehicles that emit hazardous smoke,” he added.

The Dept requests the public to lodge their complaints via the hotline 011-3 100 152, if a belching vehicle is spotted. The Central Environment Authority’s (CEA) Deputy Director (Air Quality Division) R.M. Kulasena said the country had only one air quality monitoring station in Fort, whereas countries such as Thailand have about 300 monitoring stations. He said the station that operated from 1997 to 2008, broke down.

Last month, after a lapse of four years, the MTD gave the CEA a Rs. 30-million mobile ambient air quality monitoring unit. The funds were from the Vehicular Emission Test Fund. The unit is presently in Jaffna testing the air quality in the area. “With air quality testing, the transport sector’s 60% contribution to air pollution has come down to about 40%. But still it is a leading contributor. The transport sector is also leading in the emission of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particle matter (PM-10),” he added.
Mr Kulasena said that Colombo and Kandy have record transport related air pollution.

The National Institute of Health Sciences’ Research Dept’s Community physician Dr Sumal Nandasena said that there has been an increase in respiratory tract infections, especially among children between 1-15 years of age, in the cities and suburbs. “Studies have shown an increase in emergency room visits for nebulisation, asthma, wheezing, lung infections and daily respiratory illnesses among children. These are also resulting in school absenteeism,” he said, adding that, frequent phlegm and cold is also a result of exposure to vehicular emissions.

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Government to ban old vehicles plying on roads

The government is gearing up to remove 10 to 15 year-old un-roadworthy vehicles from the streets as such vehicles have also been one of the major causes for road traffic accidents and air pollution, official sources said.

The Motor Traffic Department will devise legislation providing regulations to prohibit the plying of old vehicles on roads empowering the Traffic Police to seize un-roadworthy vehicles and take necessary legal action to remove such vehicles from roads, a senior department official said.

He said the Police jointly with officials of the Motor Traffic Department will carry out spot checks on vehicles on the road to check their roadworthiness and take action accordingly.

“These special teams will check a vehicle for brakes, lights, side-mirrors, condition of the body and engine,” he revealed. The government is working out a scheme to take 10 to 15 year-old, mechanically unsound vehicles off the roads as such vehicles pose a danger to other road users and to the environment.

This scheme is aimed at persuading franchised motor vehicle importers to buy old vehicles for scrap so that they could be removed from the roads or to exchange the old one with a new model reducing the scarp value of the old one.

The ultimate aim of these moves should be safer roads for all, a senior police officer, said adding that it will also help to prevent air pollution.

However, there should be a mechanism to encourage consumers to opt for brand new vehicles, official sources said, adding that the best mechanism is to impose a lower duty/tax band for brand new vehicles and a higher one for reconditioned ones, regardless of vehicle category Sri Lanka opened the floodgates to vehicle imports from Japan and some other countries, regardless of the age of the vehicles in the late 1970s.

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Police to begin crackdown on noise pollution starting Oct 1st

The police will begin a crackdown on vehicles emanating sounds which go beyond the accepted limits, the Environment Ministry said today.

Environment Minister Susil Premajayantha said that the police will impose a fin of not less than Rs. 3000 and not more than Rs. 5000 on vehicles which violate the sound limits.

He also said that equipment, including sound amplification systems will be impounded if they violate the sound regulations on vehicles.

The police will use sophisticated equipment to measure the sound coming from a vehicle during the crackdown which will begin in the city limits.

Premajayantha said that there is a stipulated distance and decibel at which a sound can be heard from a vehicle, even from vehicle horns.

He said that any vehicle found to be sending out a sound which goes beyond two and seven meters and above 105 decibels will be dealt with.

The Minister said that there have been complaints from the public on noise pollution from vehicles on the street.

http://colombogazette.com/2013/10/01...vehicle-sound/
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