GURGAON: The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has fined six developers amounts between Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 2.5 lakh each during the past month, after they were found violating the Union

The National Green Tribunal (NBT) has asked builders to provide green belts around residential and commercial complexes.

Dr Angus Gentle holding a piece of the special material over an existing cool roof to reduce air temperature around it.UTS

In Malawi, increasing demand for housing has put tremendous pressure on the building material sector, resulting in deforestation, rising costs and poor quality construction. Vertical Shaft Brick Kiln technology offers a resource efficient and financially viable option for the production of quality bricks.

Pollution control drives at the construction sites in the city, following the NGT (National Green Tribunal) order, have run out of steam owing to transfer of senior officials in the pollution contr

The National Green Tribunal has issued notice to Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) on a plea seeking action against illegal dumping of construction material on agricultural land in South Del

Visakhapatnam: The Sitakunda forest under Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary has been turned into a dumping ground.

After much delay, Gurgaon will finally get its own construction and demolition waste treatment plant to put an end to the haphazard dumping of construction debris in and around the city.

Earthquakes don’t kill, buildings do. Are the high- rise buildings in the city strong and preventive enough to withstand a possible earthquake?

Debris generated from construction sites is being dumped along the green cover on the Khaniara road near Dharamsala turning the eco-sensitive zone into a landfill site.

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