The Central Environmental Authority requested comments on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report, created for the Proposed Project on Metro Colombo Solid Waste Management plan. EFL commented on the EIA, and forwarded these comments, in terms of section 23 BB of the National Environment Act No.47 of 1980 as amended and the Gazette Extraordinary No. 772/22 of 24th June 1993.
කාංචනා ෂෙහානිසංවර්ධන ක්රියාවලිය මූලික පරිසර සංකල්පයන්ට අනුගතව, ස්වභාවික පරිසරය ආරක්ෂාවන
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