This document provides status of dumpsites as per information provided by States/Union Territories in compliance to Hon'ble NGT order dated 17.07.2019 (Original Application No. 519/2019).

This document is in compliance with the orders dated 12/04/2019 of the Hon'ble National Green Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi, in the matter of Original Application No. 804/2017: Rajiv Narayan & Anr.

The revision of COINDS is required to cover the status of pesticide industries with production details of different types of pesticides, number of units and their locations, type of pesticides and process adopted, raw materials used and effluent generation from different streams, segregation & its treatment presently adopted by industrial un

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) proposes to issue following guidelines for environmental improvement in leather tannery sector for providing guidance to the industries, industrial associations, State Pollution Control Board (SPCBs) and Pollution Control Committee (PCCs) for effective prevention and control of pollution and safeguarding th

In compliance of Hon’ble Monitoring Committee constituted by Hon’ble NGT in the matter of O.A.

In compliance of Hon’ble Monitoring Committee constituted by Hon’ble NGT in the matter of O.A.

With reference to CPCB Head Office letter no A-21016/1/08-Mon/11351 dated 05.10.2018 & 25.10.2018, Regional Directorate (Central), Central Pollution Control Board, Bhopal has Conducted Ambient Air Quality monitoring in Bhopal city during celebration of Diwali festival in the year 2018 from 31.10.2018 to 14.11.2018 for the perameters of PM10,

As per the Rule ’17(3)’of Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016, as amended 2018, each State Pollution Control Board or Pollution Control Committee shall prepare and submit the Annual Report to the Central Pollution Control Board on the implementation of these rules by the 31st July of each year.

The number of critically polluted stretches of the country's rivers has increased to 351 from 302 two years ago, and the number of critically polluted stretches has gone up to 45 from 34, according to this recent assessment released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

Various technologies are available for monitoring the particulate matter and gaseous emission from the stacks of industries and effluent discharge from industries and facilities for the parameters specified in the directions issued by CPCB/SPCB or notified under E(P) Act, 1986.

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