Of the 12 manufacturers at Thuvakudi, six have shut shop

A proposal mooted in recent years by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for widening the Bannari-Dhimbam stretch of the Mysore National Highway has not been cleared by the Union Enviro

Industrial activity in Tirupur district that suffered a setback due to enforcement of ZLD (Zero Liquid Discharge) norms during the DMK regime in 2007 could be revived only due to the AIADMK’s proac

The Indian Medical Association has decided to hold awareness programmes about the health consequences of noise pollution among public and students.

Conformity to ambient air quality standards in respect of noise from bursting of firecrackers could not be determined in Erode district during Deepavali as there was no testing carried out by the T

The Pollution Control Board in the district has sent samples of water in the Cauvery and Bhavani rivers following immersion of Lord Ganesha idols earlier this week in connection with the Chathurthi

Having suffered setbacks for years due to inadequacy of water for cultivation, farmers in the district now dread indications of El Nino weather phenomenon affecting the South-West monsoon pattern.

Farmers in Erode district, where water shortage for cultivation keeps recurring, are pinning their hopes on the sincerity of the new BJP Government at the Centre to implement the river-linking proj

Effluent discharged into River Cauvery by dyeing units in Pallipalayam is polluting the water released from Mettur Dam to meet drinking water needs in Erode city.

There is no doubt that Cauvery water contaminated by the effluent would cause skin problems and other serious ailments, acknowledge Pollution Control Board officials.

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board is currently on an overdrive to prevail upon polluting dyeing and bleaching units in the Western region of the State to conform to emission norms in the wake