Ghaziabad: The district pollution board, following a Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) directive, has succeeded in goading 22 of the industrial units falling under the 'most polluting' categor

Kolhapur: A recent survey has revealed the cause of rampant pollution of the Jayanti nullah and suggested ways for the state and central governments to clean up the 14km long stream passing through

Kendrapada: The recent report of the scientists of the Central Institute Of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA) of Bhubaneswar has said the presence of high alkalinity, ammonia and biological oxygen dema

Panaji: The recent death of a large number of fish in Carambolim lake may be due to excessive growth of a weed that raised the biological oxygen demand in the water body.

With the delinking of Kukatpally nala from Hussainsagar, the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSCPB) has initiated steps to bring down the pollution level in the lake.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Revival/Rejuvenation of Rivers, 10/05/2016. As per the report published by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in February 2015, 302 polluted river stretches have been identified on 275 rivers based on Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) levels, a key indicator of organic pollution. The State-wise details are at Annexure-I.The State-wise details of rivers covered under NRCP, including river Pamba in Kerala, are at Annexure-II.

Inspection Report of STPs in Agra with reference to Hon'ble NGT Court Order dated 09.12.2015 in the matter of O.A No.145 of 2015.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on River Pollution, 15/03/2016. Discharge of untreated and partially treated sewage from cities / towns and industrial effluents constitute a major source of pollution in rivers. As per the report published by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in February 2015, 302 polluted river stretches have been identified on 275 rivers, including Brahamani and Mahanadi,

Hundreds of fish were found dead at Devigere lake, in the city, on Tuesday. Lack of oxygen is suspected to be the cause behind the death of fish.

Nashik: The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has begun the demonstration project for the online water checking in the Godavari to check the river water pollution.

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