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Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Titksha Social Organisation Vs. Union of India & Others dated 20/07/2015 regarding fly ash which has been generated by the thermal power plants and being discharged in to the drains leading ultimately to Hasdeo river as the ash dykes and ponds have already become full.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of RIICO Paryavaran Industrial Area, Kota Vs. State of Rajasthan & Others dated 15/07/2015 regarding fly-ash generated by the thermal power stations in Rajasthan and its utilisation.

Counsel for Respondents on being apprised by the Counsel for the Applicant submits that the areas where silos are located for filling up the tankers and transportation of the fly-ash are a source of severe air pollution and are highly polluted.

The National Green Tribunal’s eastern zone bench on 13 July, 2015 issued a cause notice to Bakreshwar thermal power plant, asking why it should not be penalised for dumping fly-ash and polluting Chandrabhaga and Bakreshwar rivers in West Bengal. Read full text of this NGT order.

Owing to new sand policy, sand prices have increased abnormally and are also in short supply, thereby affecting fly ash brick production

The government has exempted builders from obtaining prior green nod for construction of universities, school, college and hostel facilities provided they follow sustainable environment practises.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on disposal of fly ash generated by thermal power plants in Odisha, 11/05/2015. Coal in India has high ash content. Therefore, large quantity of fly ash is generated by Coal Fired Thermal Power Plants in the Country including Odisha.

Advisory regarding implementation of Notification No. G.S.R. 02 (E) dated 2nd January,2014 for supply and use of coal with ash content not exceeding 34% for the coal based thermal power plants.

The National Green Tribunal’s eastern zone bench on 13 July, 2015 issued a cause notice to Bakreshwar thermal power plant, asking why it should not be penalised for dumping fly-ash and polluting Chandrabhaga and Bakreshwar rivers in West Bengal

KOLKATA: A report filed by river expert Kalyan Rudra to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) pointed to 'total extinction of biodiversity' in the Chandrabhaga River in Birbhum due to dumping of flyash

The Queensland environment department is examining claims that Adani’s chequered environmental and legal history is grounds to revoke its status as a “suitable operator” for Australia’s largest coa

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