Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In Re: News item published in the “Indian Express” dated 04.11.2020 titled “Ahmedabad: Nine killed as godown collapses after factory blast” dated 23/03/2021. The matter related to a blast at a chemical boiler factory at Pirana-Piplaj road, Ahemdabd on November 4, 2020 in which 13 people lost their lives and nine were injured.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In re: News item published in The Hindu dated 14.03.2021 titled “Safety lapses led to reactor blast at pharma unit” dated 16/03/2021.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Aryavart Foundation through its President Vs Yashyashvi Rasayan Pvt. Ltd. & Others dated 03/02/2021.

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.

Reply by IFFCO in Original Application No. 04 of 2021 in the matter of Suo Moto Gas Leak in Iffco Plant Vs Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board & Others dated 16/01/2021.

Progress report (Volume 1) of the Committee of Experts constituted by the National Green Tribunal headed by Justice Brojendra Prasad Katakey, to look into the issues concerning Well Baghjan-5 in Tinsukia district, Assam.

Report of the Joint Committee in the matter of Original Application No. 106/2020 submitted to the National Green Tribunal in compliance to the NGT order of July 6, 2020. The matter related to the accident which occurred at M/s Sainor Life Sciences Pvt Ltd. at Visakhapatnam on June 29, 2020.

The independent report on Tamil Nadu Neyveli boiler blast in compliance with the National Green Tribunal order (in the matter of Original Application No. 108/2020).

Reply filed by M/s Shakti Bioscience Ltd. on the massive fire at its chemical factory in Gujarat's Valsad. The factory in its report said that the company had all the permissions and certificates to run the plant. The occurrence of fire at the plant was due to short-circuit and there were no negligence or lapses on the part of company in maintaining standards of procedure in the functioning of the plant.

Report filed by the Director, Industrial Safety & Health, Ahmedabad in Original Application No. 168 of 2020 on the massive fire at chemical factory in Valsad, Gujarat.