A Supreme Court division bench has reverted one of its order passed in 1996, which stipulated that brick kilns causing air pollution due to the use of fly ash technology should be relocated and

Dumping and disposal of fly ash discharged from coal or lignite based thermal power plants on land

The Delhi High Court has asked the Union government to issue a final notification on the proper utilisation of fly ash discharged by thermal power stations in the country. A division bench

in yet another move to control pollution caused by fly ash in the vicinity of power plants, the Union ministry of environment and forests ( mef ) has

Responding to a fresh petition on fly ash management, the Delhi High Court issued notices to the Centre and asked the government to place before it the latest position on the proposed

Mahmoud Salem of Kingston University in Surrey, UK, has used ash residue from power stations to develop a fireproof ceramic material. A thin coat of the material on a steel bar will allow it to

in may 1998, the ministry of environment and forests had issued a notifi

The Delhi high court has asked the Union and state government departments to submit their plans on the use of fly ash bricks to the environment ministry. Fly ash bricks ensure that the pollutant is

The Delhi high court has asked the ministry of environment, Central Pollution Control Board and other concerned departments to reply to a petition filed against dumping of fly ash in the capital. The

International Development Enterprises, an international non-profit organisation, has developed a small-scale irrigation system for small and marginal farmers in developing countries, where irrigation