Before the Swachha Sarvekshyan Abhiyan-2018 monitoring committee visit - in December 31, 2017, the then chief officer Municipal Council, Faizpur, Jalgaon district "shifted all MSW to main steam of Dhadi river in deep scour depth of flood flow and covered up with the soil borrowed from other location".

The dumped MSW in river bed was covered by barrowing soil. During this three and half rainy season floods the most of the municipal solid waste has been drained down. MSW buried part below scour depth still exists and is polluting the groundwater.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dr. Tushar Chandrakant Nehete Vs State of Maharashtra dated 16/03/2023.

The paper investigate probability distribution of daily minimum temperature during winter (November to February) based on meteorological data of Jalgaon weather station for the period of agriculture years 1973-74 to 2015-16.

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MUMBAI: The tribal district of Nandurbar is the most vulnerable to climate change in the state due to rising temperature and food security fears.

Pune: Nagpur and Chandrapur will get the first heat action plan in Maharashtra by March 15, but in view of the rising temperatures, other districts will also receive similar plans to help them cope

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Asim Sarode & Others Vs District Collector Nanded & Others dated 11/01/2016 regarding environmental concern faced by residents of more than 12 districts in the State of Maharashtra due to contaminated ground water in terms of increased level of fluorides and supply thereof.

The state government is planning to set up the state's first grid-connected canal top solar power project in Maharashtra on the Waghur project at Jalgaon.

Activated carbon was prepared from Behda (BEAC), Anjan (AAC), Chinch (CAC), and Bakam Neem (BNAC) leaves. The effects of various parameters such as initial metal concentration, particle size, pH and contact time for the adsorption of Cu (II) on BEAC, AAC, CAC and BNAC were investigated. The amount of adsorbent increased the percentage of metal removal increased accordingly. The optimum pH for the Cu (II) absorption was 7.0 except BEAC. The equilibrium data fit well with both Langmuir and Freundlich models of adsorption.

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