Report related to status of STPs in state of Bihar in compliance of NGT's order for the following rivers - Ganga, Punpun, Ramrekha, Sikrahna, Parmar, Sirsia, Sone, Kosi, Burhi Gandak, Baghmati, Gandak, Mahananda and Kiul.
Action taken report of Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) in the matter of National Green Tribunal order in OA No. 616/2019 dated 06/12/2019 in respect of pollution of river Bhadar due to polluting industries in Jetpur area in Rajkot district.
Submission of comppliance report by Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam in the matter of Original Application 116/2014 in the matter of Meera Shukla Vs Municipal Corporation, Gorakhpur & Others dated June 15, 2020. The matter related to pollution of Ramgarh lake, Ami river, Rapti river and Rohani river, District Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. The rivers in question are tributary of river Ghaghara which in turn is a tributary of river Ganga.
Compliance status filed by Yash Pakka Limited formerly M/s Yash papers Ltd on 13/06/2020 on the fine imposed by the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) for polluting of Tihura nala which flows into river Saryu at the downstream of Ayodhya.
4th report of the Monitoring Committee headed by Justice Jasbir Singh, constituted by the National Green Tribunal in OA No. 916 of 2018 in the matter of Sobha Singh & Others Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 05/06/2020.
Report filed by the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), Pimpri before the National Green Tribunal. The report mentioned the three proposed sewage treatment plant (STP) locations within PCMC-Pune area and requested permission for commencement of construction of STPs within PCMC area.
Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti & Others Versus Union of India & Others dated 21/05/2020.
These applications have been filed by municipal council, Udhampur, Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir challenging order of the Jammu and Kashmir Pollution Control Board dated 21.11.2019 and 30.01.2020 requiring the municipal council to pay compensation for violation of environmental norms.
Idols made up of only natural, bio-degradable, eco-friendly raw materials without any toxic, inorganic raw materials [such as traditional virtuous clay and mud as well as free from Plaster of Paris (PoP), plastic and thermocol (polystyrene)] should be encouraged, allowed and promoted and Idols made up of Plaster of Paris (PoP) shall be banned.