Tribunal on its own motion Suo Motu based on the news item in The Hindu E-Paper, Edition dt. 28.01.2021, “Faecal contamination high in Perandoor, Edappally Canals” Vs The Principal Secretary to the Govt of Kerala & Others dated 20/03/2023.

Affidavit filed by the 5th applicant pursuant to the direction of the National Green Tribunal dated 13/03/2023 in Original Application No. 442/2013.

A number of application's were filed by residents of Brahmapuram, Ernakulam district right from 2012 for the closing down of Brahmapuram waste disposal facility. In addition, they requested for appropriate remedial measures to restore the area of Brahmapuram waste disposal facility to its original state as far as possible.

Progress and action taken report of solid waste management issues, illegal dumping at Alexander Parambithara bridge and near Kannangattu bridge.

The Kochi Municipal Corporation is "facing problem related with legacy wastes which accumulated in Brahmapuram plant" and for attaining optimum solution for treating the legacy waste, biomining procedure has been adopted. The responsibility of biomining was entrusted to Zonta Infratech.

This policy brief conducts a deep dive into Kochi’s three-wheeler (3W) market to chart a strategy for a 100 per cent electrification of the fleet.

Report filed by the General Manager, Water Transport, Kochi Metro Rail Limited. The petitioner, K G Prathapa Simhan has asked for directions so that constructions of a permanent nature having a height of 18 meters over the boat jetty terminal in the back waters at Ernakulam near Marine Drive be stopped.

Argument note by applicant in Original Application No 265 of 2017 (Southern Zone) in the matter of N. G. Soman Nenjammalil Vs Bharath Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Kochi & Others.

Report filed by the Kerala State Pollution Control Board, Senior Environmental Engineer, Environmental Surveillance Centre, Eloor, Ernakulam dated 22/02/2021. The report was the assessment of efficiency of the ETP/CETP and ZLD implementation in the industrial clusters of Greater Kochi along the banks of river Periyar.

Report filed by the Chief Environmental Engineer on behalf of Kerala State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) dated 14/09/2020.

The matter relates to solid waste management in the municipalities of Aluva, Angamali, Kalamassery, Maradu, Thrikkakara and Thrippunithura and panchayats namely Cheranallur and Vadavucode-Puthencruz to ascertain the compliance of the Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of non-compliance of Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 (SWM Rules, 2016) causing huge pollution at Bharampuram Solid Waste Processing Plant on the outskirts of Kochi city in Kerala affecting environment and public health.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of The Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authority Vs Maradu Municipality & Others dated 13/01/2020 regarding Maradu flats demolition, Kochi, Kerala.