Create a law-abiding culture, the Delhi High Court has said while cautioning the Centre and the AAP government against issuance of pollution under control (PUC) certificates to polluting vehicles i
Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) in a report pointed out the hurdles department is facing with the new network installed to monitor the vehicular emissions in Delhi.
Regional Transport Officer Babasaheb Ajri speaks to The Indian Express on a range of issues, including school transport, rising vehicular pollution, congestion on roads and licence system, at an Id
A recent report by the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) had described these hand-carted PUC pop-ups as an “extreme form” of “unauthorised PUC certification”.
Delhi is continuing to struggle with its Pollution Under Control (PUC) programme which is reportedly not well-equipped to test diesel vehicles for emissions and particulate matter, an Indian Expres
The EPCA has recommended to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to set up advanced inspection centres to measure key pollutants
The blatant violations, that potentially imperil the health of millions, have put the spotlight on around 970 centres in the city, that are certified to check the emission content of around 70 lakh
Weak PUC rules help most cars pass pollution test, according to EPCA audit.
Delhi has 971 PUC centres but the transport department has 28 inspectors and only one available for “ground inspection”.
This report submitted by the Environmental Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) to Supreme Court on March 24, 2017 has found that existing PUC programmes are not adequate to
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