Korba West Power Company Limited has obtained Environmental clearance for 1 x 600 MW coal based TPP (Phase 1) in villages–Bade Bhandar, Chote Bhandar, Sarwani and Amali Bhauna, Tehsil – Pussore, Distt.

New Delhi: There is more trouble for Lanco Infratech’s R16,000-crore Gare Palma-II coal mining-cum-power generation project in the Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh as Jindal Power proposes to set u

Pioneer Enviro Laboratories & Consultants Private Limited, Hyderabad, have prepared Draft Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIA) report for the proposed expansion Ferro alloys & Power Plant by incorporating the Terms Of Reference approved by Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi.

Paper presents the causes of forest degradation and its direct and indirect effects. Preliminary discussion on the issue of tracing the basic research areas, approaches of joint forest management for its role in natural resource conservation. Although felling tree illegally still going on and this is the major cause of decrease in forest cover, increasing number of industrial establishments and fuel wood collection are other causes.

Farmer Prasanta Bhoi was getting ready for dinner when he heard a loud sound. It was that of water moving, and growing louder. “It became a roar, like that of a massive wave.

Bhopal : A study team of Laos and Vietnam have lauded the work organising self-help groups and connecting them with livelihood augmentation activities by taking rural communities in confidence in t

Two sewage treatment plants have been installed at the plant and at the Urjanagar residential colony respectively.

A coal washery project called the Rajan Coal Washery with a capacity of 0.96 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) is proposed to come up at Kharsiya, Raigarh (Chhattisgarh). Raghubeer Pradhan of Ekta Parishad, approached the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) for a technical evaluation of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report.

State-run power giant NTPC has run into another roadblock with the Union environment ministry recommending that green clearance for its Talaipalli coal mine in Chhattisgarh’s Raigarh district be de

Thermal power plant industries produce million tonne flyash (after burning of coal) each year which consists of fine particles of unburnt raw materials and some trace elements. Generally, most common practice regarding management of this ash is making slurry of it with water and disposing in ash dyke. Although it is a temporary process, due to leaching of metals, surrounding ground water and soil may get contaminated. So, proper maintenance and regular examination of the ground water and soil quality is necessary.