GURUGRAM: Pollution levels have again shot up in Gurugram in the last four days.
Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) in a report pointed out the hurdles department is facing with the new network installed to monitor the vehicular emissions in Delhi.
Some dealers had then moved the High Court saying the department was not considering the documents for registration and claimed that they made the sale before the deadline.
A recent report by the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) had described these hand-carted PUC pop-ups as an “extreme form” of “unauthorised PUC certification”.
Delhi is continuing to struggle with its Pollution Under Control (PUC) programme which is reportedly not well-equipped to test diesel vehicles for emissions and particulate matter, an Indian Expres
The EPCA has recommended to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to set up advanced inspection centres to measure key pollutants
Delhi's pollution burden from industries located in various areas of NCR may reduce soon.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Centre Pollution for Control Board (CPCB) to fix by June 30 emission standards for industries in the National Capital Region using pet coke and furnace oil
The blatant violations, that potentially imperil the health of millions, have put the spotlight on around 970 centres in the city, that are certified to check the emission content of around 70 lakh
Weak PUC rules help most cars pass pollution test, according to EPCA audit.
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