NALGONDA: The residents of four villages in Bhudanpochampally mandal are forced to migrate to other areas as seven factories manufacturing intermediatory pharma products, are releasing effluents th

Cuncolim locals have demanded that the government carry out an inspection of the hazardous waste dumped at Cuncolim industrial estate, waste from steel factory and pollution caused by the fish meal

An environmental status report of the Kochi Corporation which would feature air, water and sound quality levels is on the cards.

Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh: Farmer Bablu Chouhan is waging a daily battle to clear the constant barrage of fly ash, which is turning his 5-acre farmland in Dogalia village barren.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed Odisha State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) to monitor the ambient air quality, stack emission and waste water discharged from a polluting plant at P

TNPL has sanctioned Rs. 49.16 lakh for conducting the study

Hydraulic fracturing frequently occurs on agricultural land. Yet the extent of sorption, transformation, and interactions among the numerous organic frac fluid and oil and gas wastewater constituents upon environmental release is hardly known. Thus, this study aims to advance our current understanding of processes that control the environmental fate and toxicity of commonly used hydraulic fracturing chemicals.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kokaram Yadav & Anr. Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 27/04/2016 regarding Aril river pollution by industries, river Aril, Moradabad District, Uttar Pradesh. CPCB and UPPCB are directed to conduct a Joint Inspection to collect the soil near Aril river and thereafter analyze the soil from any relevant institute/university and submit a report by the next date of hearing.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s Ashok Vihar Mitra Mandel Vs. The Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Ors. dated 25/04/2016 regarding dumping of hazardous wastes containing heavy metals in the green belt, Delhi. CPCB has come up with a Reply dated 22nd April, 2016. The CPCB in its Reply has revealed facts emerging out of the analysis of soil samples collected from the area in question.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sanjay Kumar Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 22/04/2016 regarding discharge of effluents by Coca Cola's Hapur plant in Uttar Pradesh into a nearby pond.

The Applicant’s case is that the untreated effluents are being released by the Industry on the land and to the pond situated on the back side of the factory area- UPSIIDC Wide Park Land. NGT directs a team of officials accompanied by Additional Director of CPCB to visit the factory premises and collect soil samples.