Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Court on its own Motion Vs State of Himachal Pradesh & Others dated 11/03/2019 regarding pollution of river Ashwani Khad which was supplying drinking water to Shimla city in the State of Himachal Pradesh. The matter was taken up to consider the allegation that solid waste was being dumped into the drains which are joining Ashwani Khad illegally.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Society for Preservation of Kasauli and its Environs (SPOKE) Vs Barog Heights Hotel dated 07/12/2017 regarding private buildings existing which are having more than 3 or 4 storeys and are running hotel business in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.

National Green Tribunal passes the following directions:

1. Hotel Barog Heights shall demolish the structure which is unauthorised and in exercise to the provisions of Himachal Pradesh Town & Country Planning Act, 1977.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Gram Panchayat Totu & Others Vs State of Himachal Pradesh & Others dated 14/08/2014 regarding municipal solid waste management in Solan, Himachal Pradesh.

Previous Orders

The Himachal Environment and Scientific Technology Department has taken note of alleged violation of the Environment Protection Act by promoters of Maharshi Markendeshwar University (MMU) near Kuma

Solan MC to pay Rs 1 lakh compensation for air pollution

Giving a clear message to polluters, the Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal directed the Municipal Council, Solan, to pay Rs 1 lakh as compensation for the callous and irresponsible attitude of the council for causing air pollution.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dr. Karan Singh Vs State of HP Ors dated 30/07/2013 regarding disposal of municipal waste in Solan, Himachal Pradesh.

Project set to attract investment of Rs 200 cr and generate employment for 500 people

Solan: Detection of toxic chemical phenyl from the viscera of dead fish, which were killed in Chikni river early this month, has set alarm bells ringing for the State Pollution Control Board.

These findings have emerged from the twin reports of two laboratories of the pollution board as well as the Shimla-based laboratory of the Veterinary Department.

The decision of ruling Bhartiya Janta Party Government to implement the proposed master plan in Baddi- Barotiwala and Nalagarh industrial belt covering large number of villages may cast its shadow on

Shimla, July 27 After 17 years, one of the state's biggest mining projects is back on track. The National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) last week got government approval for its proposal to extract and sell steel-grade limestone from deposits in Arki
of Solan district.

A Government of India navratna PSU, NMDC had first struck a deal with the state government to mine limestone from Arki in 1991, but when its tie-ups with steel manufacturing units like SAIL did not work out because of economics of transporting limestone to steel factories down south, the project was shelved.