PANJIM: Within a fortnight the State capital will have its own system to treat garbage and will not have to depend on the Saligao Waste Treatment Plant to treat its wet waste.

PONDA: The authorities looking into the water crisis at OPA dam are now pinning all their hopes on the expected rainfall this monsoon season as they have run out of all other emergency measures.

BICHOLIM: The Bicholim Municipal Council (BMC) and the Health Department have issued around 175 notices to the people for polluting the Bicholim River and have stated that if precautionary measures

SALIGAO: The biomedical waste management cell of Indian Medical Association (IMA) Goa had a detailed meeting on the issue of biomedical waste and authorisation/consent to operate under the ‘Biomedi

CANACONA: Even a year after National Green Tribunal (NGT) directed PVC pipe manufacturers to print a warning about the presence of harmful chemicals, including lead, in the pipes, evniornmentalist

CANACONA: River Rejuvenation Committee constituted by the order of the National Green Tribunal has proposed the implementation and execution of the action plan to rejuvenate the polluted stretches

PANJIM: In a move towards implementation of Polluter Pays Principle as directed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), the industries causing “substantial damage” to environment would be fined betwe

CANACONA: Once famous for clams harvested from their riverbeds, Canacona and Betul are facing a critical situation as the shellfish is reported to be on the verge of extinction due to water polluti

MoEF&CC given one month to hand over details

PANJIM: The Goa government has urged the Union Ministry for Environment and Forest (MoEF) requesting an almost 50 per cent reduction in the total area identified as Eco-Sensitive Areas (ESA) along

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