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Q. AirPollution

Cement shop owner (agency/dealer/retailer) is doing business next to my shops causing health hazards to nearby residents and others.Loading, unloading,storing and selling cement bags causing dust pollution and causing health hazard problems to residents. Exposure to cement dust irritate eyes, nose, throat and upper respiratory system. Skin contact may results in moderate irritation to thickening/cracking of skin to severe skin damage due to chemical burns. Silica available in cement dust can lead to lung injuries including silicosis and lung cancer. Inhaling high level of dust coming by blowing wind causes choking and breathing difficulty. Please advice how such activities can be stopped and how this shop can be shifted to other place as these activities are on regular basis and Cement shop owner is also the owner of its building.
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A. dear client in your matter kindly send him a legal notice and contact pollution control board and also local municipality.

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Deepak Bade

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A. send him a legal notice and contact pollution control board and also local municipality.

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