The Department of Industrial Works expedites the disposal of “Wax Garbage” waste in Ratchaburi Province, first phase, 12,000 tons.

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Director General of the Department of Industrial Works Accelerate the disposal of "Wax Gabe" waste in Ratchaburi Province, first phase, 12,000 tons, by March 29, 2024. Prepare to sue for all expenses from the company, revealing that it will use the "Ratchaburi Model" as a model for managing problems.

Mr. Chulphong Thaweesri, Director-General of the Department of Industrial Works, revealed that the Ministry of Industry through the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) revealed that after the Department of Industrial Works ordered Wax Garbage Recycling Center Company Limited, Chom Bueng District, Ratchaburi Province which was a factory for separating and recycling industrial waste, ceased operations and to take out sewage or unused materials and chemical waste remaining in the area for disposal/treatment according to academic principles, but the company was unable to proceed according to the plan specified, so the FTI had to take over the operation instead. with the central budget expenditure List of reserve funds for emergencies or necessities, fiscal year B.E. 2023 that was allocated in the amount of more than 60 million baht on March 21, 2023, as approved by the Prime Minister, created as a "Ratchaburi Model" by contracting services for the disposal/treatment of sewage or unused materials or chemical waste, residual materials in Company area and the area of Mr. Sompong Limphattanasakul, Rang Bua Subdistrict, Chom Bueng District, Ratchaburi Province Completion is scheduled for March 29, 2024.

The project is phase 1 of eliminating waste remaining on the ground both inside and outside the factory. This is the most dangerous and urgent part first, totaling more than 12,000 tons, such as empty drums, used solvents. Contaminated oil, contaminated water, paint residue, contaminated rags, iron powder, absorbent materials, oil sludge, as well as waste residues in large amounts of storage ponds. and disposed of/treated correctly according to academic principles and the law. Ready to find the point of the underground pollution source within the factory. Phase 2 will be to eliminate the underground pollution source that has spread to the environment and restore the environment. After the completion of the second phase, the FTI will file a lawsuit to collect all expenses from the company. and Mr. Sompong next

“The FTI uses every law available as a tool to solve the problems that arise by using the “Ratchaburi Model” as a model for managing problems. to apply to other areas who face the same problem,” said the Director-General of the Department of Industrial Works. – Thai News Agency

Source: Thai News Agency