This summer, thousands of school children across the city will spend their vacations doing their bit for the environment.

A recycling campaign called

The Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) will draft bylaws for enforcing Greenline service on all restaurants and hotels in the city.
Under this service, JMC's vehicles will collect garbage and wastes from eateries and transport it to compost plant at Sevapaura.
Launching the service, city mayor Jyoti Khandelwal talked about benefits of the Greenline service on Wednesday.
The contracted firm will

In the age of recycling, ragpickers perform a socially highly useful function. But the middle class simply wants them banished
Russel Street, off Park Street, is among the poshest addresses anyone in Kolkata can think of.

NEW DELHI: Used lead batteries are not being collected in sufficient quantity to protect public health and the environment from lead hazards according to a recent report

The Corporation of the City of Panjim (CCP) has now sought citizens

On world Ozone Day, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said this was an “important occasion to re-dedicate ourselves to maintain the balance of nature”.

Turkey, one of the five major ship recycling nations in the world, has signed the United Nations-backed treaty promoting the environmentally friendly recycling of ships.

The Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, adopted in May 2009, is aimed at ensuring that ships, when being recycled at the end of their operational lives, do not po

KOCHI: The project for converting biowaste into manure using bacterial microbes will be launched at the Karikkamury Residents Association area on Wednesday.

The project is being launched by the Kochi Nagara Paura Samithy in association with the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI).

WHAT much of the litter-plagued west needs are kabadiwallahs and a few very Indian notions on recycling. This week, Britain

Carrying or selling plastic bags may soon invite trouble for both customers and shopkeepers as the administration has decided to impose a blanket ban on its use. From the coming month, the administration would penalise those violating rules.