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Anxieties about the Ngapali Beach's bright prospects, as the government allows trenching in sands.

Hotel owners in Ngapali in the south state of Rakhine have issued a warning that the area' s shores could be irreparably destroyed unless the government stops using sandy for building work. Municipal government has officially permitted building companies to take sands from three of the area's shores, which is an obvious breach of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism's guidelines for coastal areas.

Photographs provided to the Myanmar Times in recent months, among others on March 11, show private lorries taking sands from several Ngapali beach. Hotel owners in the area said that they took away sandy days and nights. "It' will damage the beach's beauties and forever ruin the entire ecosystem," said Mr E. Soe Thet, who is also a former advisor to the Rakhine coast state environment counsel.

One of the other hoteliers, whose land is near the sandy beach, said that the beach had been "clearly eroded". Eight lorries recently picked up up up to 50 lorry loads a night from this only beach, said the hotel owner, who did not want to be mentioned for retribution by the locals.

If no one is here to see it, you have to stay until the wet weather - it will really take off, even on the beach of Ngapali," said the hotel owner. "Surely there is less dust. I' m not an ecologist, I run a hotel, so I can't say how long it's going to take before there's a beach.

He said that the 60,000 K san was used for a truck load for use in community building schemes, while workers get K5000 per working days to fill the lorries with sands. That makes it less expensive than some of the more darker Thandwe River sands that the Thandwe River is selling. Removing beach sands is not a new area.

The Myanmar Times in December 2013 reports that the Rakhine state administration had warned Max Myanmar that he had supposedly pumped sands off Ngapali beach for work. The photographs from the Myanmar Times at the moment clearly showed that the beach was taken illicitly, although it was not clear who the lorries belonged to.

A number of Resort have used beach wall backfilling in cement or to construct low-lying hotel facilities, while it has also been used on site, although marine sands are not usually suited for use in ferroconcrete constructions due to its high chloride level. According to U Than Zaw Han, District Admin, the building companies were allowed by the government to take sands from three nearby beaches:

"Rakhine state authorities gave the go-ahead to use sands from these shores for local improvement, such as building projects," he said to the Myanmar Times. At the obvious dispute with the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism guideline, he said that the draft bill granted the provincial executive the right to waive contracts in connection with the regional trend.

Both the Department of Water Resources and the Department of Environment Conservation and Forestry examined the locations to make sure that the effects of grit extraction on the environment are minimized. Meanwhile, a Ngapali Beach Conservation Committee, of which U Than Zaw Han is a member, "has paid attention to the excavation of unacceptable sand".

Launched in 2004 to administer developments in Myanmar beach resort areas in accordance with the Law on Hotel and Tourism in Myanmar, the guidelines for coastal beach areas expressly prohibit the "digging of beach sand". An officer of the Thandwe Department of Hotel and Tourism acknowledged that the Department had banned the removal of beach sands, but said that this onlyatedhotels.

"On March 11, U Win Maung Maung said, "We banned the dugging of sandy beaches because it could destroy the beauties of the natural world and the wild. "You can monitor the tourist evolution, such as the limitation of the hotel level and the cleaning of the beach. However, this case is a matter for the relevant authorities," he said.

The three locations were selected in consultation with "the relevant experts" to minimise their environmental impacts. A hotel owner on the beach at Ngapali said he was not worried about the effects. Mister E. Soe Thet said there were other sandpits in the area that could be used to provide supplies for building work.

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