Following the orders of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) regarding solid waste management, the Chief Secretary has called a meeting of the local bodies officials and commissioners of municipal cor

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Capt. Mall Singh & Others Vs. State of Punjab & Others dated 11/07/2017 regarding collection and disposal of Municipal Solid Waste and other waste in the state of Punjab.

Over 200 vehicles of the Municipal Corporation (MC) of Jalandhar are being plied in the city without any annual fitness certification for the past many years.

Even though city residents might have heaved a sigh of relief after a decrease in pollution level was reported in the city during Diwali, the situation is actually grim as a majority of pollution s

With every Diwali witnessing a rise in asthmatics and concerns raised about both noise and air pollutiom due to the use of crackers, the PPCB teams have the job to monitor the city for pollution an

With the death of two dengue patients here today, the toll for the city touched three.

Despite efforts by the traffic police, a large number of auto-rickshaws plying on city roads has led to traffic snarls across the city.

With the Health Department having witnessed its most challenging year in terms of endemic dengue cases last year, the health authorities today held a dengue control and prevention drive in the dist

Jalandhar: Already in troubled waters due to opposition from local SAD MLA Pargat Singh, the proposed solid waste management plant project at Jamsher has received a major jolt with the contract-win

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sobha Singh & Ors. vs. State of Punjab & Ors. dated 13/01/2016 regarding pollution of river Satluj due to untreated domestic sewage, Punjab. 

From the report of analysis filed by the Punjab Pollution Control Board it is very clear that the effluents discharged from the STPs of Sultanpur Lodhi and Basti Peerdaad exceed the prescribed norms for BoD, CoD, TSS and phosphates.