NAVI MUMBAI: A blame game has started in the Taloja chemical hub after the National green tribunal (NGT) ordered its central effluent treatment plant (CETP) co-operative society to deposit Rs 5 cro

The National Green Tribunal has appointed a lawyer to assist it on a complaint of the residents of an Uttarakhand village, alleging discharge of untreated chemical effluents in drains by industries

HYDERABAD: It was way back in 2013 that the then government had announced that polluting industries in the city would be shifted out of the city to areas beyond the Outer Ring Road (ORR).

On Sunday, shops in Tuticorin remained shut following a call given by activists against the Sterlite Industries copper plant.

HYDERABAD: Taking a tough stand, the Telangana Pollution Control Board (TPCB) closed four industries on the outskirts of the city for violating pollution norms.

Patiala: Following efforts put in by the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB), major pharmaceutical companies having their manufacturing plants in and around Derabassi in Mohali district have deci

Ahmedabad: The output of Gujarat's chemical industry has stagnated for the last five years mainly because of the host of rules laid out by pollution control boards of the state and Centre.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Shivaji Chatterjee Vs Himadri Chemical & Others dated 16/01/2018 regarding pollution caused by Himadri Chemicals, Singur, West Bengal. The Applicant Shivaji Chatterjee prays for an interim direction for inspection of the unit by a Committee which had conducted similar inspection earlier in terms of the order of the State PCB dated 23.03.2010 in view of the unabated pollution resulting due to the operation of the unit and the deleterious effect on the villagers caused by such pollution.

Multi-business entity SRF Ltd has received green nod for expansion of its specialty chemicals, pesticide and fluoro chemicals manufacturing plant at Dahej in Gujarat, which will entail an investmen

Surat: The National Green Tribunal's (NGT) western bench has set aside environmental clearance (EC) issued to Hindustan Chemical Company (HCC) based at Hasanabad in Olpaad taluka of Surat for expan

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