The city corporation has taken steps to popularise biogas plants within its limit.

The move was taken in the wake of lukewarm response received from the public.

In a pioneering initiative to put in place a fool proof-waste disposal plan to prevent bird/ animal strike incidents during aircraft operations, the Karipur Airport has launched a zero-waste initia

‘Poor response’ from the two Corporations to request for plan

As drought tightens its grip on Kozhikode city, the district administration has launched a three-pronged project to protect water sources, maintain water bodies and improve the quality of drinking

Thiruvananthapuram : Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Kerala Monorail Corporation have inked a general consultancy agreement for monorail projects in Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode.

Kozhikode corporation has decided to float tenders to set up an advanced treatment plant at Njeliyanparamba trenching ground.

KOZHIKODE: The city corporation will conduct door-to-door cancer screening for women in a bid to reduce the number of cases here.

Formation of Kerala Drinking Water Supply Company Ltd.

On April 9, Ponnath Devarajan, city councillor for Marad, a communally sensitive fishing hamlet that faces water shortage, moved a resolution before the Kozhikode Corporation Council against a government order for forming Kerala Drinking Water Supply Company Ltd.
He said the company, described by the Water Resources Department in its December 31, 2012, order as one modelled after Cochin International Airport Ltd., was a sheer effort to commodify water, a natural resource and public asset.

The budget proposal to aid local bodies in taking up waste-to-energy projects in public-private partnership mode is expected to improve urban waste management in Kochi and other cities.

Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram had proposed “to support municipalities implementing waste-to-energy projects by offering viability gap funding, repayable grant and low-cost capital”.

The Kozhikode Monorail Project is completely investment-oriented and not people-oriented, environmentalist A. Achuthan has said.

Speaking at a discussion on ‘Monorail: expectations and apprehensions’ organised by the Citizen’s Voice here on Wednesday, he said all tall claims made about its viability and environment-friendly nature were an eyewash. Citing the project report by the Kerala Monorail Corporation which said that around 1.48 lakh people would use monorail each day in 2015-16, he said even Mumbai, which had a population of 1.19 crore was expecting only 1.25 lakh people to use monorail each day.