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    East Coast Energy power plant in AP may face eco hurdles
    8/28/2008
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        It is reported that East Coast Energy's 4,000 MW power plant at Kakarlapalle village in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh is in a limbo due to its close proximity to a seasonal birds' resort.

    The project is in 8 kilometer to 10 kilometer range from Thelineelapuram which attracts winged visitors from Russia, Germany, Cambodia, Thailand and Singapore. Forest Department officials and environmentalists fear that the fly ash and toxicants generated by the thermal plant will permanently damage fields and water bodies.

    Besides, the Tekkali creek extending between Bhavanapadu, Meghavaram and Kakarapalli is a major feeding ground for the birds which depend on dead fish.

    As per the report, all objections against the power plant location had been forwarded to the state level inspection assessment committee and the Bio-diversity Board has not yet given approval for the project.
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