Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Chandni Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. Vs Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board & Others dated 28/01/2020 regarding orders of the Uttar Pradesh State Pollution Control Board assessing compensation on 'polluter pays' principle for violation of law. According to the applicants, their units were not in operation at the relevant time and did not dump the hazardous waste for which they are held liable.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ranveer Singh Vs State of Gujarat dated 10/10/2019 regarding remedial action against contamination of ground water by M/s Parshanik Chemical, Plot No. 3A & 3B, 1st phase, near Maheswari Logistics Godown, GIDC, VAPI – Gujarat and M/s Vapi Spectorchem Pvt. Ltd., Plot No. A2/12, 1st Phase, near Amardeep Chemicals, GIDS, Vapi, Gujarat.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Asha Devi, Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat Bhagwanpur, Khand Chhanchhrauli, Yamunanagar Vs State of Haryana dated 18/09/2019 regarding industrial pollution in village Bhagwanpur, Tehsil Chhachhrauli, District Yamuna Nagar, Haryana on account of ply wood and chemical factories operating in violation of environmental norms and spreading diseases like typhoid affecting 70% population of the village.

Ahmedabad: The state government has admitted that 240 complaints of irregularities have been reported about chemical units in Ahmedabad city and district.

Surat: Sachin Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation industrial estate, the largest in Surat, has come under the radar of Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) for the alleged nexus between th

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shamshudden Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 16/04/2019 regarding a chemical factory operating illegally at Shikohabad Industrial area, Firozabad (U.P) without NOC and effluents being discharged contaminating ground water.

The quality of surface water near a site of a deadly blast has reached safe standards, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment spokesperson Liu Youbin said Thursday.

Gujarat State Fertilisers and Chemicals (GSFC) has received green nod for expansion of its fertiliser unit in the state that will entail an investment of about Rs 8.75 crore, according to an offici

The fund owns shares in 9,158 companies, 1.4% of the world's listed equity, so decisions to drop or reinstate companies from its investments carry considerable weight among investors.

The Second Global Chemicals Report released recently emphasises that unless sound management of chemicals and waste is achieved worldwide, the estimated growth in chemical production and resulting consumption will result in adverse impacts.