A mobile incinerator will soon burn bulbs, mercury tubes, plastic bags, clothes and a wide range of dry waste in Eloor and Tripunitura municipalities amid fear that the process will pollute the env
Ditched computers and smartphones are fast raking in money for the cash-strapped coffers of the Kerala government.
KOCHI: In a major relief to urban residents, the state government has plans to encourage relocation of industries that are relatively polluting, to shift them from cities and urban areas as done i
KOCHI: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the state government to check noise pollution in areas where hospitals were situated.
KOCHI: At a time when the city authorities are going gaga over the integrating public transport system, town planning experts have emphasized on the need to put in place an updated master plan for
KOCHI: As canal cleaning work is in progress, workers found huge chunk of polythene bags with garbage thrown in the canal. It is mostly plastic waste, sanitary napkins and diapers.
The city corporation has finally woken up to the problem of e-waste generated in the city.
With the highest number of Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) violations being reported from Kochi, the Kerala Coastal Zone Management Authority (KCZMA) will hold its special sitting in the district sho
KOCHI: The decibel levels in Kochi have always been on the higher side, even before the Metro works began in earnest.
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