The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) in collaboration with the transport department will launch a drive from the next month to keep a strict vigil on commercial and private vehicles

Buses Of Euro IV Model To Be Provided By Pvt Contractors For 7 Years

Pune: Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML), the city public transport company, which is facing problems about maintenance of buses and lack of adequate depots, is planning to hire 500 Euro IV buses. The buses will be provided by private operators and PMPML will pay them charges on per kilometer basis.

Environment minister said that although levels are dropping, the country 'faces a long battle' in controlling pollution

Beijing plans to implement harsher emission standards for vehicles starting next month, one of its latest emergency measures to curb the city's air pollution, official Xinhua News Agency reported o

The 2012 Annual Report on Motor Vehicle Pollution Control in China, released Thursday, emphasized a growing trend of compound sources in the country's air pollution.

The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests has cleared Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited’s Kochi refinery expansion, paving the way for the facility here to become the largest public sector refinery in the country.

Completion of the Integrated Refinery Expansion Project will take the capacity of the refinery to 15.5 million tonnes a year from the current level of 9.5 million tonnes.

Motorists without valid pollution check certificates will be fined Rs 1,000-Rs 2,000

The transport department has not allowed conversion of vehicles to LPG, a sure way of cleaning up the city air, for the past six months.

Despite the civic administration’s assurances that the garbage collection crisis in the city has been nearly resolved, the central government mandate to adopt the Euro IV vehicle emission norms could upset the civic body’s plans.

Sources said the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways’ decision on implementing the Bharat Stage IV (Euro IV) emission norms in 13 major cities since April 2010 has put the brakes on important acquisitions by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)’s solid waste management department.

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