Pollution data of 271 industries covering pesticides, pharma produces, pulp and paper, zinc, copper, aluminium, tie-dye, chloride, sugar, distillery, tannery, power, cement, fertilizer, iron and st

Expansion of the Malanjkhand mine, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70% of the country's reserves, has already been delayed by about two years

Tuticorin : Sterlite Copper, India’s largest copper producer and part of the $15-billion Vedanta Resources, is all set for major expansion at its Tuticorin plant in Tamil Nadu.

The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has proposed that disconnection of power supply to consumers, who violate pollution norms, be avoided.

Sterlite Industries (India) jumped 5.18% to Rs 80.25 at 12:14 IST on BSE after the company said that the National Green Tribunal upheld its interim order of 31 May 2013 and allowed the company's Tu

Rejecting Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board's contention about gas emissions from Sterlite's copper smelting plant in Tuticorin, the National Green Tribunal on Thursday allowed the company to cont

The factory was asked to close in end-March by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board

Sterlite’s copper smelter factory at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu is allowed to carry on production, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) said on Thursday, in continuation of its interim order of last month, permitting resumption of operations.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd Thoothukudi Vs the Chairman Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Chennai and Others dated 08/08/2013 regarding closure of M/s. Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd.

The National Green Tribunal on Monday allowed Sterlite Industries to resume normal operations at its Tuticorin copper smelter, which has been shut since March after an order of Tamil Nadu Pollution

An environmental report into India's biggest copper smelter found no major irregularities in its operation or any negative impact on air quality during an inspection, but calls for safety audits, r

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