With the objective to increasing its solar power consumption and thereby reducing its dependence on conventional power, the Coimbatore Corporation on Saturday commissioned solar panels at its main

Residents of R.K. Naidu Layout, off Thadagam Road, had a bad Sunday evening and Monday morning when they realised that the water the Coimbatore Corporation was contaminated with sewage.

The residents said that not many residents in apartments realised that the water was contaminated until their neighbours from houses told them so, for they had opened the valve to let the water fill the sumps.

Wards in Vadavalli, Veerakeralam to benefit

The Coimbatore Corporation will partially fund the Rs. 42-crore drinking water supply augmentation scheme it has proposed for the Wards in Kavundampalayam, Vadavalli and Veerakeralam.

Wastes at the Vellalore dump yard are being processed according to rules, said Coimbatore Corporation in its response to a Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board directive.

300 participants from 15 colleges attend NADP-awareness programme

Mindless felling of trees has caused extensive damage to environment, making cities a living hell; it is time we took some remedial action,” said Jayashree Muralidharan, Collector, at the “NADP- training and awareness programme for tree cover assessment to combat pollution in Tiruchi” here on Tuesday.

Proposal cleared for 191-km stretch of NH 209 in Karnataka.

After completing the first phase of the storm water drain project, the Coimbatore Corporation wing executing projects under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission has started taking st

Asks TWAD Board to conduct feasibility study soon.

Union Ministry of Power has chosen Coimbatore Corporation for the second prize in the general category of the National Energy Conservation Award-2013.

A communiqué from Ministry’s Deputy Secretary says that the Commissioner G. Latha would receive the award from President Pranab Mukherjee on December 16.

Conservation of the lakes can significantly enhance the much wanted and rapidly declining underground water availability in and around the growing city of Coimbatore. This was one of the major ecological functions of the lakes possibly conceived by the far-sighted Tamil kings in the past.

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