Report/submissions on behalf of Kolhapur Municipal Corporation in the matter of Dr. Balakrishna A. Shelar Vs State of Maharashtra dated 24/02/2021.

The NGT in its order of July 16, 2020 directed the Irrigation Department to complete the process of demarcation of the red and blue line expeditiously. The court also directed the KMC and the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to take necessary steps for preventing discharge of untreated effluents and sewage into the Panchganga river.

Action taken report by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board in Original Applicaton No 988/2018 in compliance with National Green Tribunal order July 16, 2020 on steps to stop discharge of Panchganga river pollution. The report mentioned that 96 MLD sewage was generated in Kolhapur Municipal Corporation area. Out of which 90 MLD has been diverted to sewage treatment plant and treated. The work of diverting balance 6.0 MLD domestic waste water flowing through various nallah to sewage treatment plants was to be completed by May 2020 - however, the work was not yet complete.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sunil Kemble Vs Union of India & Others dated 22/05/2019 regarding pollution of Rankala Lake at Kolhapur by dumping of sewage from Kolhapur city and from other points as well as pollution of Panchganga River.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dr. Balkrishna A. Shelar Vs State of Maharashtra dated 05/04/2019 regarding pollution of River Panchganga in District Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sunil Kemble Vs Union of India & Others dated 26/02/2019 regarding the status of nallahs in Kolhapur. NGT in its previous order had asked the Kolhapur Municipal Corporation to strictly adhere to the timeline for treating sewage and submit bi-monthly report as well as a status report.

Kolhapur: Deputy superintendent of police Prashant Amrutkar in a meeting with sound system suppliers, warned against violating clear cut guidelines issued by the Supreme Court regarding noise level

Kolhapur: The civic body will implement the general body's decision to ban use of plastics in the city from August 15 this year.

Environmental organisation in the city have appealed to citizens to celebrate this Rangpanchami in an eco-friendly manner owing to a potential water shortage in the coming summer days.

KOLHAPUR: The Regional Transport Office (RTO) has given permission to electronic rickshaw or e-rickshaw service in specific city areas, like the Central Bus Stand (CBS) and the Mahalaxmi Temple.

KOLHAPUR: The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) found that four series firecrackers were breaking the noise level norms and the violation was bigger when the firecrackers were tested at th

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