Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP), the flagship unit of the public sector steel giant SAIL, has taken number of steps in recent years in exploring green technologies and adopting green practices, and the la

SHIMLA: Failure of the authorities to check industrial pollution in Nalagarh area of Solan district is wreaking havoc on residents.

Shimla: The state government has decided to rein in industrial units releasing pollutants into the Sirsa river in the Shiwalik foothills.

Patiala: Following efforts put in by the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB), major pharmaceutical companies having their manufacturing plants in and around Derabassi in Mohali district have deci

Engineering students develop prototypes; 25 teams from colleges across south India to demonstrate projects at IIT-M

Meerut: Alarmed over “disturbingly high” levels of toxic metals in rivers passing through Western Uttar Pradesh, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday formed a committee of four experts to c

The Senate's Standing Committee on Maritime Affairs was informed on Tuesday that international ships may soon stop visiting the Karachi seaport due to the rising amount of pollution in the coastal

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Shailendra Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan & Others dated 06/11/2017 regarding pollution in Pali river caused by industries. The Counsel representing the State of Rajasthan & Others has been directed by the Court to place a status report in respect of linking all the member industries to CETP through pipeline which was to be completed by 02.10.2017. It is also made clear, at that time, that those industries which were not linked with CETP are liable to be closed down.

Tirupur: Collector KS Palanisamy on Monday passed an order to disconnect electricity to as many as 25 textile printing and washing units, which had been discharging untreated chemical effluents.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Varun Sheokand Vs. State of Haryana & Others dated 11/10/2017 regarding dumping of fly ash from thermal power plant, Faridabad. It is stated by the Counsel appearing for the Project Proponent, National Highways Authority of India that they are lifting the fly ash from the dumping site and are utilizing it for different purposes. It is further stated that the site shortly would be cleared in its entirety and would be filled in accordance with the prescribed rules.

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