Industrialisation and urban growth in the Agra-Mathura region has endangered the world famous Taj Mahal and other historical monuments which are under constant threat from the ever increasing environmental pollution.

The report is an Environmental impact assessment report for the proposed 2x700 MWe PHWR Chutka Madhya Pradesh Atomic Power Project (CMPAPP) of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).

The final report by NEERI on assessment and remediation of hazardous waste contaminated areas in an around UCIL in Bhopal. Certifies that contamination of soil & groundwater at UCIL premises has nothing to do with the 1984 MIC gas tragedy.

Assessment and remediation of hazardous waste contaminated areas in and around M/s Union Carbide India Ltd, Bhopal (NEERI & NGRI) and tender document for detoxification, decommissioning and dismantling of UCIL Plant (IICT).

Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) retained National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) for conducting Environmental Post Evaluation of the Projects under the Schemes in the Taj Trapezium Zone. The objectives of the study was to see improvement in environmental quality on the
environs of Taj Mahal and other historical monuments, to provide

This EIA report on 10,000 mw Jaitapur nuclear power plant being set up by NPCIL in Ratnagiri says that, this project will have no impact on ecology of the region. However it has not been shared with affected villages and the project has met with strong protests.

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation limited (ONGC) being an operator in the block PEL Kangra-Mandi (Himachal Pradesh) requires to carryout the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study. The purpose of such study is to assess the environmental impacts arising due to the exploratory drilling proposed in the Kangra-Mandi block (HP).

The Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project under the consideration of the Ministry of Shipping, Government of India, envisages creation of a ship navigation channel to suit different draughts (9.15 m, 10.7 m and 12.8m) through dredging/excavation in Adam’s Bridge, parts of Palk Bay and Palk Strait.