Threatened with closure on grounds of pollution, Palam Potteries adopted a waste minimisation method that brought down its smoke emissions and coal consumption.

"We're not to blame," chemical traders plead righteously when asked about the delay in relocating hazardous chemical units from capital's highly congested 'Walled City' to safer areas. They point

Ordered by the Supreme Court to shift stone crushers from the Delhi Faridabad border, officials have arbitrarily moved them to a nearby village, paying little heed to their welfare

Only those industrial processes, which are almost non polluting should be reserved for the small scale sector

The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has drawn up a comprehensive environmental management plan for Panipat. The board, however, has compromised on its standards in the very beginning.

Delhi's district and sessions court has overruled objections raised by 26 shut down polluting industries, regarding the land that has to be surrendered by them to the Delhi Development Authority

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said that the city government will soon approach the Supreme Court (SC) to seek more time for relocation of industries. She added that the process of shifting

In 1996, industries in Delhi were hit by a series of court orders requiring them to take measures to reduce pollution 1,328 industries were closed down; 90,000 units were notified for relocation; and all factories in 28 industrial estates were asked to j