THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With static cameras scarcely proving effective in curbing dumping of waste in public places, the city corporation has decided to implement mobile camera surveillance in the city

Mookkunnimala might not be the lone casualty of unregulated mining in Thiruvananthapuram.

Three years after the garbage treatment plant at Vilappilsala was shut down, the city corporation formally put an end to all financial deals pertaining to the plant.

Govt Mulls Equity-Based Funding For ‘Clean Kerala’

Thiruvananthapuram: The state government is endorsing equity based financial model to sustain Clean Kerala Company Ltd, which was formed in March 2013 for the purpose of waste management in the state.

Discrepancies In Chalai Project Prompts Govt Decision

The apparent failure of Suchitwa Mission and the transaction advisor in warding off discrepancies from the proposed gasification plant at Chalai has now prompted the state government to seek the technical expertise and guidance of planning commission in implementing similar projects in future.

Expert Committee Never Suggested Gasification Plant For Municipal Waste Treatment

Thiruvananthapuram: The government awarded the contract to set up modular wastetreatment plant at Chalai at a cost of Rs 60 crores to Loro Enviropower by overruling the recommendations of the expert committee headed by RVG Menon Two weeks after TOI pointed out a list of violations in the tender process and cited the dubious history of the company that won the project, Menon told TOI that the project was tweaked.