Asnani said that these projects have received in-principal clearances and that the preparation for their Detailed Project Report (DPR) has been initiated.
The data is based on the fact that the city has at least 60,000 cubic metres of volume of RWH pits which can accumulate this much of rainwater over the year.
This means as much as half of the trash generated by more than 2,500 hazardous-waste-generating industrial units in the State gets buried in landfills.
The official claimed that the noise pollution was being caused due to the increasing number of vehicles by 15 to 20 per cent.
TRS-led Telangana government, spread over 19,333 acres in Rangareddy district.
A recent study by Saffolalife has found that 58 per cent of Hyderabad residents face risk of heart disease due to belly fat.
It will be conducting national level conclave on ‘Enhancing Energy Efficiency through Industry Partnership’ in New Delhi on September 24.
Unlike many other cities in the country where air pollution levels are soaring beyond prescribed standards, Hyderabad has an action plan in place for keeping air pollution levels under control.
The Telangana government stated that the Purushothapatnam project across the river Godavari has its basin areas spread into other states like Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, etc.
The advocate who argued the case at National Green Tribunal says the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests is equally to be blamed.
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