Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sajjan Sodani Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 21/02/2019 regarding encroachments on Kothari river near Bhilwara, Rajasthan and dumping of domestic, industrial and other waste, including bio-medical waste allegedly dumped by Keshav Hospital, Bhilwara. NGT had directed the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RSPCB) and the District Magistrate, Bhilwara to look into the matter and furnish a report.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Noratmal Sharma vs. State of Rajasthan & Others dated 11/09/2017 regarding flooding of underpasses in Bhilwara, Rajasthan. Tribunal is of the view that solution for the same should be worked out by constructing proper drains with pumping sets and also by preventing the storm water from entering the underpasses and / or minimising the storm water flow into the under passes.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of M/s Madhup Agency V/s State of Rajasthan & Ors. dated 31/07/2015 regarding seizure of 10710 kilo grams of plastic bags by Municipal Council, Bhilwara on 20.06.2013 from the go-down of the applicant, M/s Madhup Agency situated at Mohala Laxmi Narayan Road, Rijwada, Rajasthan.

JAIPUR: The Supreme Court has allowed laying of underground water supply pipelines through the Chambal Ghariyal Sanctuary in Kota to provide drinking water to Bhilwara.

The World Bank-aided project worth Rs 1,363 crore would supply water to Bhilwara city from the Chambal river in Kota and would require an underground pipeline through the national wildlife sanctuary for 16 km.

A unique “water audit” exercise in Jaipur, Ajmer, Pali and Bhilwara towns of Rajasthan for efficient management of drinking water is likely to be completed by October 2. The audit is set to evolve the much-needed balance between demand and supply and improve the delivery of water to consumers.

JAIPUR: Every drop of water counts in the city, as the deficit between the demand and supply is 220 million litres per day (MLD). In fact, the tubewells are drying and groundwater is depleting. Now, to keep a check on every drop, the public health and engineering department (PHED) has started water audit in four municipalities

Bhilwara awaits next polls for water kalavati devi