CHITTAGONG: Pollution in the River Karnaphuli, the lifeline for thousands of needy families in Chittagong, is going on unabated, posing a serious threat to the aquatic life and environment.

The ever-growing fleet of ships carrying people and goods from one port to another is the primary pollutant of sea water and disrupter of fragile marine life.

SURAT: The Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has issued closure notices to 18 industrial units in the city for causing severe air an water pollution.

गंगा और इसकी सहायक नदियों को दूषित करने वाले उद्योगों को नोटिस जारी किए गये हैं। इनमें सभी ऐसे उद्योगों को शामिल किया गया है जिनसे निकलने वाले दूषित पानी को सीधे गंगा में छोड़ा जाता है। नोटिस के साथ

Effluent discharged into River Cauvery by dyeing units in Pallipalayam is polluting the water released from Mettur Dam to meet drinking water needs in Erode city.

There is no doubt that Cauvery water contaminated by the effluent would cause skin problems and other serious ailments, acknowledge Pollution Control Board officials.

Better Ludhiana: water pollution

Being an industrial hub, Ludhiana is flooded with various kinds of industries, which have provided bread and butter to lakhs of people not only from Punjab but also from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. At the same time, certain industries have proven to be the bane of Ludhiana as they have polluted the city to an alarming proportion.

The National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) Jodhpur bench has ordered to suspend the functioning of all those textile (dyeing and printing) units in Pali district, which are operating without Consent to Op

Paints containing high levels of lead are still widely available in the market in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand finds this analysis of 803 oil-based enamel decorative paints published in the Asian Regional Paint Report. Find this report and more in this special package.

The Department of Environment (DoE) on Wednesday realised Tk 53 lakh in fine from six washing and dyeing factories in Fatullah of Narayanganj Sadar upazila on charge of polluting environment.

The Department of Environment on Monday fined 42 dyeing and washing factories in Dhaka district Tk 1.26 crore for polluting the water of the Buriganga River.