Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Subhash Datta Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 01/06/2020. The matter related to Santragachi Jheel, a notified bird sanctuary.

The case was instituted on the allegation that the water body was being polluted due to dumping of municipal and plastic wastes and building waste materials. Besides that it was alleged that constructions were being undertaken in the northern side of the jheel by filling up portion of the water body and that there were encroachments and growth of hyacinth.

Out of the 20 lakh, over four lakh people were affected in the last 24 hours alone, while 2,301 people have been evacuated from their houses.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Govinda Biswas Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 09/05/2017 regarding discharge of sewage directly into river Rupnarayan by Hotel Sonar Bangla. Also photographs and google images shown by Govinda Biswas indicates that the Hotel is situated right on the bank of river Rupnarayan which is in serious violation of CRZ notification.

HOWRAH: Irrigation minister Rajib Banerjee and Howrah's mayor Rathin Chakraborty visited ward number one at Badhaghat Chara area under Howrah Municipal Corporation following reports that river Hoog

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Dhrubo Mukherjee Vs Pollution Control Board, West Bengal & Others dated 22/08/2016 regarding water bodies/low lands which are located on the west side of the Makardah village (Howrah District, West Bengal) stretching upto Ankurhati village which are allegedly being filled up for the purpose of industrial activities without complying with the laws relevant thereto.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Nutfar Sardar Vs Govt. of West Bengal, service through Secretary, Department of Environment, Govt. of West Bengal dated 07/03/2016 regarding operation of a slaughter house near the Applicant's house located in a thickly populated area where at least 25-30 animals are killed regularly without any scientific management of sewerage system for discharge of animal blood including other slaughter house wastes like cow dung, stomachs etc.

This paper examines that transportation generates maximum pollution in Howrah district mainly in urban area. Development & urbanization has led this city population increased very rapidly in the recent past. Howrah has a well connectivity of multimode road network which is very benefiting the population but use of conventional fossil fuel slowly ruining the Biodiversity and National Wealth like Water.

The present study has been undertaken to evaluate the performance of wastewater treatment systems (WWTS) in three different districts (Kolkata, Howra and Hugli) in West Bengal, India. Performance of these wastewater treatment plants are essential parameter to be monitored as the treated effluent is discharged into River Ganga which is the National River of India. The performance evaluation will also help for the better understanding of design and operating difficulties in wastewater treatment plants.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Sankar Prasad Hajra & Others Vs General Manager Eastern Railway & Others dated 17/09/2014 regarding cutting down of well grown trees in Bally Railway Station under Howrah Division of Eastern Railway for the purpose of putting corrugated shelter for the passengers.