Order of the National Green in the matter of Shibu Manuel, Secretary, Green Action Force Vs. The Govt. of India & Ors. dated 26/09/2018. The case relates to pollution being caused to the River Periyar in Kerala by discharge of effluents by more than 400 industrial units. As per the information received from the State Pollution Control Board, although the four most polluting industries have been identified, other industries also contribute to the pollution.

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The Periyar river turned dark brown near the Pathalam regulator on Tuesday, amidst growing concerns of water contamination.

KOCHI: The report submitted by the Kerala Water Authority (KWA) recently, certifying that water from the Periyar is potable, is nothing short of hogwash, claimed environmental activists.

KOCHI: The Periyar turned red near the Pathalam bund along the Eloor-Edayar industrial belt on Saturday. The water continued to be dark red in colour for several hours during the day.

The environment protection group Save Periyar has been trying to expose the pollution levels of the river Periyar for quite a while now.

Kochi: The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Chennai, has directed the central pollution control board (CPCB) to submit a report on remedial measures being taken to address the pollution of the Periya

Kochi: Rejecting the explanation given by Sree Sakthi Paper Mills Ltd, the Kerala State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has ordered the company to close down the unit and halt all process/productio