Proposed law on Ganga will not be enacted ‘in a hurry’, draft not complete: Uma Bharati.

PATNA: Bihar State Disaster Management Authority (BSDMA) will soon conduct a study on air, soil, water and noise pollution in Patna in order to find solutions for improving the overall environment

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs. Union of India & Others dated 05/05/2017 regarding encroachment and construction in the flood plain of river Yamuna. Counsel appearing for Delhi Development Authority submits that the demarcation of the flood plain on river Yamuna in the stretch of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh has been completed and he will file the report soon.

Health hazard:A section of the Ooty lake is clogged with waste.
Says domestic and industrial pollutants in the waterbodies are a threat to people

Bhopal: Strange as it may sound, Madhya Pradesh has a share in polluting the Ganga.

वडोदरा। महानगर सेवा सदन की लापरवाही के कारण पिछले दो दिनों से शहर के गोरवा, सुभानपुरा, गोत्री और हरीनगर क्षेत्र के 5 लाख लोगों को दूषित पानी मिल रहा है। यह पानी शेरखी के एमएलटी प्लांट से फिल्टर होक

Indore: National Green Tribunal (NGT), central bench at Bhopal, has sought action plan prepared by the state government for cleaning Saraswati River.

BHOPAL: Central Bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) has sought report from the district magistrate of Anuppur and state government regarding measures taken to check pollution at the origin of Na

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 28/04/2017 regarding industries in Unnao polluting river Ganga. NGT directs that all these industries should be put to a joint inspection where their pollution control systems be verified and effluent should be analysed and it should be ensured that no system for injecting the trade effluent into the groundwater are existing in any area of any industry.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Maharashtra Pollution Control Board Vs Union of India & Others dated 01/05/2017 regarding industries operating in the critically polluted area situated at Additional Ambernath, Dombivli Phase-I and Phase – II wherein the Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) are found to be not performing upto the standards and do not have adequate hydraulic load capacities and discharging untreated effluent into the River Ulhas.