Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Adil Ansari Vs M/s. C. L. Gupta Exports Pvt. Ltd. & Others dated 08/03/2019. Prayer in this application is to stop illegal drawal of ground water and to stop discharging of hazardous effluent waste into the river Ramganga. A metal factory located in village Jivai, Jyotibaphule Nagar, Amroha District, Uttar Pradesh.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matte of Mahendra Pandey Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/01/2019 regarding disposal of e-waste along the banks of Ramganga River. Interim progress report submitted by the State of Uttar Pradesh states that the work for the permanent treatment and disposal in Treatment Storage

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahendra Pandey Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/10/2018 regarding E-waste on Ramganga banks, Uttar Pradesh, 16/10/2018. In the meeting chaired by the Chief Secretary which was attended by the other officers, it was decided that removal of waste on the banks of River Ramganga should be taken immediately and the waste may be temporarily stored in a safe and scientific manner. It was decided that Treatment Storage Disposal Facility (TSDF) be set up in District Amroha.

The order came after the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) informed it that a number of sealed e-waste industries were operating illegally in densely populated residential areas

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahendra Pandey Vs. Union of India & Others dated 21/02/2018 regarding management of hazardous waste that is lying on the bank of river Ram Ganga, Uttar Pradesh.

The National Green Tribunal today imposed an environment compensation of Rs 10 lakh on the Uttar Pradesh government for failing to take action on disposing e-waste from the banks of the Ramganga ri

The Ghaghra river is swelling unabated. In the last three days' flood report, it has shown a rising trend.

A report on “assessment of pollution of drains carrying sewage /industrial effluent joining river Ganga and its tributaries (Kali-East/Ramganga) between Haridwar (Down) to Kanpur (Down)” Submitted to Hon'ble NGT in the matter of M C Mehta vs Union of India & ORS (March 27 , 2017).

The main causes attributed to the Pollution of River Ganga are due to disposal of industrial and domestic sewage effluent directly by drains or indirectly through tributaries.

The main causes attributed to the Pollution of River Ganga are due to disposal of industrial and domestic sewage effluent joining to it directly by drains or indirectly through tributaries.

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