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NTPC 3x660 MW (stage-I) Sipat Super Thermal Power Project in Village Sipat, Tehsil Masturi at district Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh report in compliance of National Green Tribunal order of February 27, 2020 in the matter of Rashmi Singh Vs NTPC Ltd. & Others.

The applicant had filed an affidavit before NGT in reference to the status report submitted by the Regional MoEF&CC Nagpur dated June 20, 2019 and alleged that there was non-compliance of the EC conditions by the thermal power plant.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Bijay Mishra Vs Sumitra Kumar Shah & Others dated 26/05/2020.

The matter related to disposal of coal ash into the ash pond by an industrial unit – M/s. Jai Hanuman Udyog Ltd., Jharsuguda, Odisha engaged in manufacture of pig iron, sponge iron, basic steel and iron for which the essential fuel used was coal.

A 32 page preliminary investigation report into the environmental carrying capacity for polluting projects and allied issues in Tamnar and Gharghoda blocks of Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh made public on Februry 26, 2020 on the National Green Tribunal (NGT) website. The report was in response to the NGT order of July 22, 2019.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shantanu Sharma Versus Union of India & Others dated 12/02/2020 regarding management of fly ash generated by the thermal power plants (TPPs).

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sudiep Shrivastava Vs State of Chhatisgarh & Others dated 11/02/2020 regarding utilization of fly ash generated by thermal power plants.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Satyanarayan Sahni Vs State of Bihar dated 03/02/2020 regarding pollution caused by a fly ash dump of a thermal power plant at village Kanti Nagar, District Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Uttar Pradesh Vs M/s. Birla Corporation Limited dated 20/11/2019.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vedprakash Vs State of Haryana dated 24/10/2019 regarding handling of the accumulated fly ash at the units of M/s NTPC Aravali Power Co. (P) Ltd. and M/s Jhajjar Power Ltd. (CLP India) in District Jhajjar.

According to the complaint, huge amount of fly ash was generated and accumulated causing air pollution which resulted in diseases to the inhabitants. Complainant alleged that he was suffering from TB as per the report of the Civil Hospital, Jhajjar.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Utilization of Fly Ash, 12/07/2019. As per Central Electricity Authority (CEA) report,the utilization of fly ash has increased from 66.6 million-ton in 2008-09 to 132 million-ton in 2017-18. In the year 201718, the overall utilization of fly ash in various application was 67 %.

Nagpur: Fly ash generated by thermal power stations has a deadly impact on farming as, according to a research, it has a large amount of radioactivity and mercury which are harmful to the human bei

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