CDA Uses Transplanting Machines to Shift Fully-Grown Trees

CDA Uses Transplanting Machines to Shift Fully-Grown Trees

CDA Uses Transplanting Machines to Shift Fully-Grown Trees

Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority is utilizing Transplanting machines in order to shift the full-grown trees which come under the development of the Rawal Dam interchange. 

CDA is employing modern tree spades for the shifting of the fully-grown trees that come under the development of the Rawal Dam interchange. 

CDA has conducted a detailed Environmental Impact Assessment report that states that no tree will be chopped or cut while executing the project. Instead, they have taken up a procedure to transplant these trees to an alternate vicinity. 

In this context, trees were being transplanted either in the median strip or in the area of the project where all the construction and development work was being conducted. 

The tree spade was acquired by the Pakistan Navy in order to shift the trees in the region safely to a different location. This way the trees will not be affected by the construction work and the environmental impact can also be minimized. 

Not only were the grown trees transplanted in the vicinity but there were also many plants that were grown in the vicinity to make sure that the environment of the surrounding area sustains. The plants will also help make sure that after the completion of the project the beauty of the area still persists. 

This is only the first step in CDA’s plan to restrict deforestation activity for all future construction and development projects. Instead, the trees will be planted in an alternative location. 

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