Recycling could be the new mantra for industries in the State as policy makers and experts stressed on the need to develop technologies to reuse waste to realise the ‘Vision 2023’ goal of sustainable industrial production in Tamil Nadu.

Speaking at a day-long seminar on ‘Waste to Wealth – Entrepreneurial opportunities’ here on Wednesday, environment and forests department secretary C V Sankar said the concepts of industries are changing and there is a need to change the process so that waste could be reused.

KOCHI: Expressing concern over the increasing incidents of fish deaths in the Periyar River, environmentalists brushed aside the claims made by Kerala State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) that the

Some entrepreneurs across the country are building businesses based on the belief that garbage -- once destined to rot in a landfill -- can be repurposed into profitable products.

Rotting Veggies Greet Buyers; Market Not Cleaned In Months

Bharatiya Janata Party’s poster campaign for the MCD elections has green agencies seeing red.

The Oleena Mahila Samajam and Green Kerala Bioscience, both Kozhikode-based organisations, have introduced a novel method for scientific organic-waste processing with the technical support of JMS B

While it seems logical that many restaurants have already begun to reap the benefits of installing onsite worm composting operations, airports may not be the first place people would think of to ha

They are registered as clean development mechanism projects, eligible for carbon credits. On October 15, 2010, the regional officer of Chhattisgarh Environment Conservation Board (CECB), R K Sharma, visited Tilda industrial area in Raipur unannounced. He noticed thick smoke rising from the premises of a renewable energy project. On paper the 8.5 MW power plant, Agrawal Renewable Energy Project, uses rice husk, a cleaner alternative to coal, to produce electricity. The electrostatic precipitator (ESP), an emission control device, installed in the plant was tripping frequently.

The massive scale of urbanization in South Asia is expected to create a surge in demand for solid waste services.

Peerzada Abdul Ali Zakir Usmani, President of Anjuman Kashtkaran Punjab (AKP) has stressed the need for introduction of Organic Agriculture System (OAS) in Pakistan to bring a green revolution as o