Proposal sent to seek approval from Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board

Residents of Uthukuli taluk met Collector G.

Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) officials have issued written directives to the Park Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) in the city to immediately upgrade the pollution control measu

The Manickapurampudur Common Effluent Treatment (CETP) has forwarded a requisition to the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) to allow the plant to operate and give sufficient time to erect reverse osmosis (RO) system to ensure zero liquid discharge in the dyeing effluent treatment process.

The nomenclature of the committee itself had evoked the wrath of the farming community already as it comprised members of the same dyeing fraternity who had been the accused in the case filed by farmers on the pollution in River Noyyal which eventually led to the closure of dyeing units, and had no farmer representatives in it

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) will give green signal to adoption of any specific technology for ensuring zero liquid discharge (ZLD) in dyeing effluent treatment process only after evaluating merits and demerits of ZLD procedures developed by various firms, according to TNPCB chairman C.V.Sankar.

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