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Report of the Joint Committee in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order, June 24, 2021 in Original Application No. 268 of 2016 (SZ).

The Korattur People's Welfare & Awareness Trust has filed an application before the NGT to restrain untreated effluent from industries and sewage from household activities directly letting into the Korattur lake through the canals and in other ways. The NGT, December 12, 2019 had directed the constitution of a joint committee for preparing short term and long term action plan for restoration of Korattur lake.

Final comprehensive report filed by the Additional Chief Secretary/Commissioner of the Revenue Administration before the National Green Tribunal in Original Application No. 264 of 2020 (SZ) on the action taken by the Tamil Nadu government for the temporary and permanent measures to prevent recurrence of flooding and sewage overflows in the areas highlighted in the newspapers.

Report filed by the Tambaram municipality regarding dumping of bio-medical waste on Tambaram-Maduravoyal by-pass road, 28/06/2021. A warning board has been fixed to prevent the dumping of wastes and regular patrol by the sanitary staff of the area has been undertaken.

Counter affidavit filed by the Department of Environment, Tamil Nadu dated 12/01/2021.

The matter dealt with allegations of raw sewage encroachments in Korattur, Ambathur, Madhavaram, Peerknkaranai and Adambakkam lakes.

This study attempts to contribute to the mission’s objective by analysing the gaps and constraints in the current urban water balance and the city water budgeting process.

This working paper aims to bring to light the varying degrees of water stress in six cities across India that collectively and individually are major contributors to the nation’s economic output, either through production, industrial development or by virtue of human resources.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item published in the local daily “News18 India” dated 06.08.2020 titled “700 Tonnes of Ammonium Nitrate Stored in Chennai Safe, Eauction Done: Customer after Beirut Blast” dated 24/08/2020.

Report filed on behalf of the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) in Original Application No. 173 of 2020.

The matter relates to 700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored in a custom bonded warehouse of M/s Sattva Container Freight Station (CFS) at Ponneri Road, Manali, Tiruvottriyur taluk, Chennai district. The ammonium nitrate has been stored in the CFS since 2015.

Report filed on behalf of the Director, Industrial Safety and Health, Tamil Nadu in Original Application No. 173 of 2020. The report was filed after the NGT sought clarification on 700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored in Customs bonded warehouse in Ponneri Road, Manali, Chennai. The ammonium nitrate was seized in October 2015 at Chennai port.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone) Chennai in the matter of G. S. Mani Vs The Chairman, Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board, Chennai & Others dated 30/01/2020 regarding air pollution in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

The NGT directed the government of Tamil Nadu to prepare a Comprehensive Action Plan (CAP) on the basis of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) notified by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate change (MoEF&CC) to meet the situation.

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