Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Paras Nath & Others Vs Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board & Others dated 15/09/2023.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in In re : News item published in Navbharat Times dated 24.12.2020 titled “Gas leaks in IFFCO Plant, 2 Officers dead” dated 18/01/2021. The matter related to leakage of ammonia gas from the IFFCO plant at Phulpur, Uttar Pradesh, which led to the death of two officers and injured 16 others. This was third time that the Ammonia gas leaked from the plant in the last two years.

The Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd, (IFFCO) Paradeep Unit has been Awarded as “Water Efficient Unit and received "9th National Award for Excellence in Water Management 2012” by Confedera

The state government, which is contemplating to offload 74 per cent stake in Odisha Thermal Power Corporation Ltd (OTPCL), a 50:50 joint venture between Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) and Odisha Hydro Power Corporation (OHPC), is keen to emulate the steps of Chhattisgarh to go about it.

The Chhattisgarh government recently selected India Bulls and Indian Farmers Fertilizers Cooperative Ltd (Iffco) as strategic partners for its two different power projects.

New Delhi: A billion-dollar venture of public sector cooperatives Iffco and Kribhco in Oman is in jeopardy as Muscat has trebled the price of gas it supplies to India’s only overseas fertilizer pla

With some Central industries discharging their effluents into major rivers of the State, the Odisha Government has asked them to develop their wastewater treatment facilities.

Fertiliser major IFFCO’s Paradip unit in Orissa has won two prestigious awards for “Excellence in Energy Conservation” and “Corporate Social Responsibility’’.

There is a need to break yield barriers through multidimensional approch to achieve food security on a sustainable basis for the people of this country. Cooperatives can play an important role in this direction due to their proximity to farmers. The Indian Farmers' Fertilizer Cooperative Limited (IFFCO), since over the last four decades, is providing services to farmers and cooperatives through various programmes, besides ensuring fertilizers availability.

Joe C Mathew / New Delhi July 31, 2008, 5:46 IST

Indian fertiliser companies are planning to invest around $5 billion (Rs 21,000 crore) in overseas joint ventures over the next three years. These companies are in negotiations for 19 such ventures, said government officials. These joint ventures are aimed at sourcing nitrogenous, phosphatic fertilisers and other raw materials.

A two-and-a-half-year long fight has resulted in victory for Chhattisgarh villagers. The Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative Ltd (iffco) withdrew its proposal of setting up a coal-based power plant