Found contaminated by laboratories

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/02/2018. The Application have been moved by Delhi Jal Board seeking direction of this Tribunal to the Government of Haryana to urgently take steps to check and reduce alleged dangerous level of Ammonia and consequent pollution effective on the drinking water source from upstream into river Yamuna and supply water to Wazirabad reservoir.

Dangerously high levels of mercury and a related toxin are pervasive in rivers and soils near artisanal gold mines in Senegal, according to a new study from Duke University.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Vs Vanashakti Public Trust & Others dated 13/02/2018 regarding pollution of Ulhas river as well as Walduni river, Ulhasnagar, Thane District, Maharashtra. It is submitted by the counsel for Vanashakti Public Trust that NEERI has given a proposal in February, 2017 with regard to certain short term measures for reducing pollution levels in the area. Supreme Court directs Additional Solicitor General to inform the Court on the status of the proposal given by NEERI.

Deputy Commissioner Sasikanth Senthil said that the district administration has written to CMFRI, to look into the reason for the increase in pollution in Phalguni river.

PANJIM: The inter-state tussle between Goa and Karnataka over the Mhadei river water diversion issue is taking an ugly turn, with sources saying that the neighbouring State is in revenge mode.

BHOPAL: M P Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) is pushing for a real-time testing of air and water quality in the state.

Dayanand has also written to the Mumbai suburban collector, the MPCB and the Environment Secretary regarding the dumping of mud in the Mithi river.

The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday imposed a cost of Rs 10 lakh on the Government of Rajasthan for not controlling pollution in river Jojari despite its commitments/assurances made to the tribu

Shimla: The state government has decided to rein in industrial units releasing pollutants into the Sirsa river in the Shiwalik foothills.