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Almost 75 per cent sewage treatment plants in Maharashtra run without valid consents, reveals Maharashtra's State of Environment Report, 2007. The report, a public document released by Maharashtra

On May 16, 2007, in a temporary relief, the Supreme Court permitted the Union ministry of new and renewable energy (mnre) to subsidise five pilot waste-to-energy plants. The ministry is taking this

The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (mcgm) is expected to spend almost Rs 500 crore to develop waste processing technologies and scientifically manage its dumpyards at Gorai, Deonar, Mulund

on april 13, 2007, residents of Achen, a locality in Srinagar, and the municipal authorities agreed that three new dumpsites should be set up in three zones of the city, to supplement the

Treatment of wet organic waste such as kitchen waste has been currently one of the important environmental issues that need to be resolved. Kitchen waste has a potential to recover biogas by application of anaerobic treatment.