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Flyash, produced in millions of tonnes as a waste by thermal power plants can serve as an excellent soil conditioner, studies at the Central Research Institute, Dhanbad, Bihar, show. The studies

Burgeoning flyash dumps in Kolaghat spread silicosis

Worried at the growing mountain of flyash being produced by the 70 thermal power stations across the country, the ministries of power, environment and science and technology of the Indian

Union minister of state for power P V Rangaiah Naidu has said that his ministry is considering the setting up of a National Ash Utilisation and Marketing Corp to promote utilisation of fly-ash from

An Indian scientist has developed a process to refine low grade coal to prevent its residue of fly ash

Concerned about the pollution from combusting coal to generate power, the departments of science and technology and coal have set up a core group of bureaucrats and scientists to identify clean-coal

Worried by rising flyash production in power plant- expected to touch 100 million tonnes today - the department of science and technology(DST) has initiated a project to dispose and utilise flyash.

The Damodar is the most polluted river in the country today, thanks to the several industries that have sprouted on its mineral-rich banks. Experts say the only way to save the Damodar valley is for these highly polluting industries to make massive invest