Trichy:The plastic ban enforced by the state government from Tuesday has led to a cacophony among traders and public alike as there is no clarity about its enforcement so far.
Year 2019 is upon us. And tomorrow onwards, there will be a complete ban on single-use disposable plastic across Tamil Nadu.
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Asks government to reconsider items exempted from banned list; dismisses writ plea by plastics manufacturers seeking stay on ban
Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) leader Anbumani Ramadoss on Wednesday said that “not an inch of land” will be given to NLCIL for its proposed Mines III project.
CHENNAI: “Strict action would be taken against all industries manufacturing banned plastic items after the deadline of December 31, 2018”, said environement minister K C Karuppannan .
CHENNAI: In another two months, a new coastal research vessel (CRV) equipped with state-of-the-art instruments and laboratories will help Indian scientists conduct studies in the Indian Ocean regio
CHENNAI: The Central Pollution Control Board has forced a petrochemicals company to shut down one of its two plants in Manali here on Tuesday.
Chennai: Time was when Ambattur was dotted with water bodies that supplied most of the locality’s drinking water.
A Delhi-based private contractor commenced the work on May 29 and completed it a month ago.
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