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.

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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.

Green activists on Tuesday said they would approach the National Green Tribunal as the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has continued to dump debris on the banks of Mutha river in violation of a Su

A recent directive from the Centre to ensure that construction and demolition waste is recycled hasn't shaken the civic body yet to crackdown on the massive dumping of this waste on river beds and

Gurgaon, a city in a perpetual building boom, is planning to build four construction waste recycling plants soon, one each in the four blocks of the district.

A month after the National Green Tribunal (NGT) issued orders to the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to protect the Yamuna river belt, the authority has decided to install 100 CCTV cameras at 26

The Environment Ministry has decided to come out with rules to deal with the health hazards posed by the waste generated from construction of various infrastructure projects.

This paper documents the earth construction techniques used in Ota in order to preserve the earth construction heritage of the Ota people while checking the suitability of the earth materials used, using soil classification tests. Interviews of earth constructors in six villages in Ota were conducted to determine their material selection criteria, material processing and construction techniques.

The rampant disposal of debris and construction material on the roads has been brought to the attention of the National Green Tribunal which has now directed the civic agencies to confiscate vehicl