Violating PPCB regulations, emitting black smoke much above the permissible limit

The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has started the process to close two brick kilns in Faridkot.

Air pollutants like particulate matter (PM), ozone (O3), sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and lead (Pb) can affect the lung in numerous ways like inflammation, o

WHO ranked city at 14 on its list of most polluted cities

Meerut: A team of three engineering students of Moradabad Institute of Technology has innovated a device that keeps owners of two-wheelers informed about vehicular emission through an android app c

In spite of the rapid increase in power generation from renewable sources like wind and solar, over 60% of India’s electricity is still generated in thermal power plants.

TRICHY: A light-weight satellite built by a 17-year-old aspiring medical student from Trichy will study the effects of air pollution and global warming in various regions including major cities in

Chennai: Sucking in carbon dioxide and replacing it with oxygen is not the only contribution of plants.

The System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) on Thursday kickstarted its mission to identify and mark locations of 26 sources within the national capital which pollute the

Patna: A non-government organisation's drive on Monday revealed that city traffic police have high level of poisonous carbon monoxide in their lungs, which make them vulnerable to headache, dizzine

We studied the impact of the odd–even traffic rule (implemented in Delhi during 1–15 January 2016) on primary traffic emissions using measurements of 13 volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and methane at a strategic arterial road in Delhi (28.57N, 77.11E, 220 m amsl). Whole air samples (n = 27) were collected during the odd–even rule active (OA) and inactive (OI) days, and analysed at the IISER Mohali Atmospheric Chemistry Facility.

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