The ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has blocked Tata Steel’s coal washery expansion project, crucial to its R15,000-crore Jamshedpur steel plant expansion, citing discrepancies in what t

The cell is expected to ensure effective utilisation of fly ash generated by power plants

The State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) has formed a fly ash cell to monitor its use. The cell is expected to ensure effective utilisation of fly ash generated by power plants.

Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) in coordination with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has been fine tuning the technology of extracting pigments from fly-as

Commercial production in the plant started in 1983 and achieving above 90% PLF at an age of 30 years was outstanding performance

The Korba station of the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) is on a move---this time to perform outstanding in the field of environment protection.
The vintage plant of country's largest power producer had recorded above 90 per cent Plant Load Factor (PLF) in the financial year 2012-13 and set a record

NEW DELHI: The extension of the elevated Barapullah road will pioneer several environmentally sustainable engineering concepts. The PWD has finalized an elaborate plan modeling it on the lines of an environmentally sustainable project. The plan comes from project manager Shishir Bansal who, sources said, is a research scholar on the subject at the Delhi Technological University.

One of the most important measures includes proper utilization of concrete waste during the construction work. Instead of dumping concrete waste, around 3,000 metric tones of it will be recycled to be used in city projects like pavement tiles etc. "The one metre of concrete on top of the pile foundation is considered poor concrete and is chopped off.

New Delhi: In a bid to fast-track the process of environmental and forest clearances (EC and FC) for thermal power projects, power companies will have to furnish details about the quality of coal, such as its calorific value, sulphur content and ash content, in the initial environment management plan (EMP).

“In case of thermal power projects, which are dependent on domestic coal supply from the basket of mines of Coal India with valid EC/FC, proposals for environmental clearance would be considered, if the information on the coal quality parameters, that is, calorific value, sulphur content and ash content in respect of the mines in the basket, is provided in the EIA/EMP report,” the environment ministry said in a circular today.

The ash particles that are emitted from the chimney of Naudero Sugar Mills are hazardous for the health of citizens living in the town and villages nearby and also damage crops, complain residents.

The proposed 100-MW captive power plant of KPR Fertilisers at Bikkavolu in East Godavari district is being opposed by people of 12 villages in the vicinity, apprehending pollution and damage to cro

The ill-effects of power plants on humans living nearby is coming out.

The company plans to switch from gas to coal to fuel its 500 MW unit in Trombay

The public hearing called by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board on Monday to discuss the environmental impact of Tata Power Company’s plan to switch from gas to coal to fuel its 500 MW unit in the Trombay Thermal Power Station was disrupted by activists of all the major political parties in the State. The officials wrapped up the hearing, claiming it was impossible to conduct the proceedings.