Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of General public of Sheikhupur Panchayat, Bain Attrain Village Vs State of Himachal Pradesh dated 18/02/2020 regarding illegal operation of M/s ID Sood Ispat factory at Kandrori, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh and polluting the ground water with fine iron particles.

Consolidated status report in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order dated November 14, 2019 in the matter of O.A. No. 1038/2018, news item published in The Asian Age authored by Sanjay Kaw titled "CPCB to rank industrial units on pollution levels". In response to the NGT order, the CPCB asked all the concerned SPCBs/PCCs to provide information on list of industries prohibited due to non-compliance and details of environmental compensation. The SPCBs were asked to submit the action plans for improving environmental quality including the demarcated boundaries of CPAs/SPAs.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Aditya Singh Chauhan Vs State of Gujarat dated 06/02/2020 regarding discharge of untreated effluents into Sabarmati river from the CETP, Narol, Ahmedabad. The discharge was adversely affecting the environment and the inhabitants. The CETP is operated by M/s Narol Textile Infrastructure and Enviro Management. Report submitted by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) acknowledged that the CETP was not meeting the parameters, causing pollution of Sabarmati river.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Vs Vanashakti Public Trust & Others dated 05/2/2020 regarding cleaning up of the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers in Thane district, Maharashtra.

Report by the Joint Committee of Central Pollution Control Board, Jammu & Kashmir Pollution Control Board and District Magistrate, Ramban on illegal operation of stone crushers and hot mix plants in district Ramban in terms of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order of December 20, 2019 in Original Application No. 1045/2019 in the matter of Pritam Singh Vs Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir and Others.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Janardan Kundalikrao Pharande & Others Vs Ministry of Environment & Forests & Others Vs 04/02/2020 regarding remedial action to be taken for the damage to the environment caused by M/s. Jubilant Organic Limited, Nimbut-Nira, District Pune, Maharashtra in the course of its distillery unit’s activity. Present proceedings are for execution of judgment of the Tribunal dated 16.05.2014 holding that the unit had caused damage to the environment and was liable to take remedial measures and to pay compensation.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Satyanarayan Sahni Vs State of Bihar dated 03/02/2020 regarding pollution caused by a fly ash dump of a thermal power plant at village Kanti Nagar, District Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

As per directions of the Central Pollution Control Board relating to installation of Online Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (OCEMS) for 17 categories of highly polluted industries, 4245 units were identified for installation of the system. Of these identified 4245 units, 3513 units have installed the OCEMS as on July 31, 2019.

Report filed by the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RSPCB) in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order dated November 25, 2019 in the matter of Mahendra Saini, President, Moda Pahad Sangarsh Samiti. The matter related to 34 illegal stone crushers operating in Moda Pahad area within the municipal limits of Jhunjhunu Municipal Council, within 1.5 km of the habitation and within the prohibited range from a National Highway and a State Highway. Their operation was causing a lot of pollution to the environment and inhabitants.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vikram Kanwar Vs State of Himachal Pradesh dated 28/01/2020 regarding illegal mining and sand crushing by Himachal Pradesh Public Works Department and Central Public Works Department contractors by using mobile stone crushers in Himachal Pradesh.