Every day, Diamond City generates around 450 tonnes of organic, recyclable and non-degradable waste, a large amount of which is dumped into the drainage network or disposed of carelessly choking th

A study conducted among 10 Indian metro cities investigates the impact of municipal solid waste and animal birth control programme on stray dog population and its menaces. Its results show statistically strong and positive linkages among the variables such as human population, municipal solid waste, per capita solid waste, food waste, dog population and dogs per capita. People's general awareness and the efforts of municipalities are inadequate to control the dog menace.

SURAT: Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) will install air and water quality monitoring systems at five town planning schemes of the city by January 2017.

Surat: If all goes well, the Diamond City is all set to become `Solar City' in real sense.

SMC inks MoU with Solar Energy Corporation of India

Our craze for diesel vehicles, especially in case of public transport, construction activities and unregulated fumes emanating from smouldering garbage sites and industrial clusters surrounding Guj

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Kantha Vibhag Yuva Koli Samaj Parivartan Trust & Others Vs State of Gujarat & Others dated 07/03/2016 regarding urban waste management, Surat, Gujarat. The main allegations against the the Respondents are dereliction in duty, non-performance of statutory duties in the matter relating to the Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSW) Rules, 2000.

NGT directs the Commissioner, Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has been directed to submit detail statement about extent of waste collected.

A wealth of information is available on extreme heat and humidity associated with mortality for cities of the developed world, but there is a dearth in the literature for coastal cities of the developing world. The aim of the present study was to assess the effect of ambient heat on all-cause mortality on the urban population of Surat, a coastal city in India.

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SURAT: At least 10,000 children will celebrate a cracker-free Diwali this year in Surat largely due to the efforts of students of environmental engineering department of Dr S & S S Ghandhy Gove

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Surat Citizen Council Trust Vrs. State of Gujarat & Ors. dated 15/10/2015 regarding immersion of idols and management of sludge generated, for proper disposal, Surat, Gujarat.