This is text of National Green Tribunal judgement in the matter of M/s P Kantarao Pynampuram village and others Vs The Secretary to Government Ministry of Environment and Forest New Delhi and others dated 17/12/2013 regarding proposed thermal power plant by Andhra Pradesh Power Development Company Ltd. and request for fresh Environmental Impact Assessment in Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh.

The rising trend of constructing green buildings and the scarcity of traditional materials have opened up a sizeable market for young ventures producing alternatives that are cost efficient and eco

This interim report prepared by the expert committee chaired by T K Dhar evaluates and suggest all aspects of handling and transportation of flyash like, in plant handling/storage, transportation to the user’s/disposal site, road and rail tankers, transfer by boats, barges for export, closed tankers etc,

Ropar, June 23: A four-member team of a Delhi-based NGO, Centre for Science and Environment, during its visit to Ropar Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Plant found that the working conditions inside

The National Board of Wildlife (NBWL) recently shot down a proposal to set up a Clinker Grinding and Flash Mixing Unit in close proximity to the Chambal Crocodile Sanctuary in Kota, Rajasthan.

In this paper, the optimum composition of fly ash and plastic waste in a composite has been established based on various performance tests. The optimum dose of plastic waste in composite is 8% weight of fly ash. Laboratory tests indicated increased resistance to moisture damage in stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) mixture containing composite as filler. The values of resilient modulus of the SMA mixture containing composite are fairly high compared to SMA mixture containing lime as filler.

Fly ash utilization and disposal 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, & 2012-13.

Residents of villages near Khaparkheda and Koradi power plants, under the aegis of Kisan Manch, have lodged one more police complaint against officials of the two plants of Mahagenco for excessive

Bathinda, January 19: The city residents suffering pollution from Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant here for decades can finally breathe easy.

The ill-effects of power plants on humans living nearby is coming out.