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The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) have taken action and closed Frazs Industries Ltd, view http://cidem.ec/plugins/system/highlight/highlight.php a local company that is involved in the extraction of Lead from Batteries in Mukono district.

The lead recovery process includes manual dismantling of the batteries, approved http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-modules-list-table.php smelting of the Lead in a kiln, cooling and packaging for sell to battery making companies for recycling.

According to a letter dated December 2, 2014, and signed by NEMA’s Deputy Executive Director, Dr. George Musoke Sawula, Frazs Industries Ltd was ordered to “stop all activities” at the facility with immediate effect pending the latter addressing issues of non-compliance issues as further defined.

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A NEMA inspection on 21st November, 2014 found out that some of the activities carried out at the facility that is located in Kasenge Village, Naama Sub-County, Mukono District are in violation with the Constitution of Uganda, the National Environment Act, Cap 153, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006 and other various regulations.

Issues highlighted include workers not being provided with personal Protective wear (PPE) which contravenes the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006, workers using the premises as their place of residence, heavy air pollution violating the rights of workers and nearby communities to a clean and healthy environment as stipulated in Section 3 of the National Environment Act, Cap 153 among others.

NEMA demanded management to prepare a comprehensive environment and social monitoring plan (ESMP) specifying measures to address issues of non-compliance highlighted in the letter before re-opening. The Authority also indicated that it could take legal action against the premise should it fail to comply.

The letter is copied to respective agencies, the environment protection force and Mukono district Local Government.

Some of the batteries at the facility

Smoke from the Kiln

Battries piled at the facility

Battries piled at the facility

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The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) have taken action and closed Frazs Industries Ltd, sildenafil http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-e-commerce/wpsc-includes/purchaselogs.class.php a local company that is involved in the extraction of Lead from Batteries in Mukono district.

The lead recovery process includes manual dismantling of the batteries, discount http://debiontheweb.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/write.real.php smelting of the Lead in a kiln, http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/social-logos.php cooling and packaging for sell to battery making companies for recycling.

According to a letter dated December 2, 2014, and signed by NEMA’s Deputy Executive Director, Dr. George Musoke Sawula, Frazs Industries Ltd was ordered to “stop all activities” at the facility with immediate effect pending the latter addressing issues of non-compliance issues as further defined.

A NEMA inspection on 21st November, 2014 found out that some of the activities carried out at the facility that is located in Kasenge Village, Naama Sub-County, Mukono District are in violation with the Constitution of Uganda, the National Environment Act, Cap 153, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006 and other various regulations.

Issues highlighted include workers not being provided with personal Protective wear (PPE) which contravenes the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006, workers using the premises as their place of residence, heavy air pollution violating the rights of workers and nearby communities to a clean and healthy environment as stipulated in Section 3 of the National Environment Act, Cap 153 among others.

NEMA demanded management to prepare a comprehensive environment and social monitoring plan (ESMP) specifying measures to address issues of non-compliance highlighted in the letter before re-opening. The Authority also indicated that it could take legal action against the premise should it fail to comply.

The letter is copied to respective agencies, the environment protection force and Mukono district Local Government.

Some of the batteries at the facility

Smoke from the Kiln

Battries piled at the facility

Battries piled at the facility

Source: NEMA

Police have named suspects that apparently master-minded the robbery where thieves broke-in and stole camera equipment belonging to Kinetic Management and Savanna Moon Film crews.

The house that belongs to Kinetic Management boss Cedric Babu was reportedly broken into after robbers realized that the crews had gone out to relax after a long day’s work.

Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson, ed http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/after-the-deadline.php Patrick Onyango has confirmed to ChimpReports that the arrested suspects are; Sajon Bwambale and Benson Abula who have been working as private security guards at the premises.

“The other suspect is a middle aged woman identified as Shakirah Nansamba whose role is yet to be established, viagra dosage

“Preliminary investigations show that at around 3:30am, thieves gained access into the house through the living room. They proceeded to a room where the gadgets were kept, packed everything and left the scene,” Onyango said.

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