The authorities have failed to shift most of the dyeing units operating from residential and non-conforming areas to the special industrial zone in HUDA Sector 29 Part-II here.

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board’s drive against illegal dyeing units that discharge effluents into River Cauvery at Tiruchengode Taluk in Namakkal resumed on Wednesday.

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City issued a warning today to the dying industry operating along the Bagmati River for polluting the river by releasing harmful chemicals, including dyeing agents.

Volunteers removed silt from the tank a few months ago

Discharge of effluents into the Ukkadam Big Tank was polluting the water there and also affecting the groundwater, said Vanitha Mohan, Managing Trustee, Siruthuli. The effluents entered the tank through the two inlet pipes on the northern side of the tank and they were from the dyeing units in Telugupalayam and Selvapuram.

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board is currently on an overdrive to prevail upon polluting dyeing and bleaching units in the Western region of the State to conform to emission norms in the wake

Action taken following complaints by local people

The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) personnel removed 10 jiggers and the three illegal dyeing units that were using them at Samayasangili in Pallipalayam Union, Tiruchengode Taluk, on Thursday.

Petition sent to the TNPCB Chairman seeking answers on the issue

P. Sankara Narayanan, an environmental activist hailing from agrarian community in the region, has decided to implead in one of the recent Public Interest Litigations (PIL) filed in Supreme Court, in an attempt to fight the continuing industrial pollution in Tirupur knitwear cluster.

JAIPUR: After rendering the agricultural land infertile, the huge amount of ground water being used for dyeing industry on the banks of river Bandi in Pali is fast depleting the groundwater and adv

The second phase of concrete-lining project of Kalingarayan Canal is at tender stage.

Civil works of the project for which the State Government has sanctioned Rs. 41 crore were likely to commence during February. The project envisages concrete lining of the canal to a distance of three miles and three furlongs over a six-month duration, official sources said.

The first thematic park on block printing in the country at Jaipur created a new benchmark on Wednesday for the textile industry setting up a common effluent treatment plant ( CEPT) that would achi