Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s N.G. Textiles Vs. Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board dated 05/09/2018. This appeal has been preferred against the order of the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board dated 03.08.2018, directing the appellant to close the industrial process of the industry. The impugned order states that sample of effluent was collected at the time of inspection by a Joint Committee and the sample was found to be having mercury beyond the prescribed limit. According to the appellant, no mercury is used, as such, in its activities.

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has ordered closure of 12 industrial units, including handloom units and automobile showrooms, in the district for violating the Environment (Protection)

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. Pawan Dyeing Vs. Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) & Others dated 02/07/2018 regarding dyeing industries in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh operating without the requisite NOC/authorization from CGWA.

Order of the Madras High Court in the matter of G. Eswari Vs District Collector, Erode District & Others dated 04/06/2018 regarding power loom factories illegally running in in Survey No.38, 39, Minnakadu Thottam, Thanneerpandalpalayam, Veerappan Chatram Post, Erode, Tamil Nadu. The petitioner complains of unbearable noise as also dust from the power looms.

Madras High Court directs the Pollution Control Board to ensure that the Power Looms are not operated beyond the permitted working hours and to ensure that the noise level does not exceed the permissible decibel level.

The state government has set up a committee to help cooperative spinning mills and textile units set up solar power plants.

The International Trade Centre (ITC) has partnered with ICS, which is representing a number of European textile retailers, to strengthen competitiveness and climate resilience in the Moroccan texti

Satisfaction written all over his face, Cecil Sagawala moves his hand around a bag he is holding as he explains to me how the bag is made from old pieces of fabric that had been thrown away as wast

Pune: Japanese manufacturer Horiba expects to increase its business in India because of emerging emissions-related regulations across the country.

The company plans to raise the production capacity of VSF from 1,27,750 tonne per annum (TPA) to 2,33,600 TPA

Grasim Industries has received green nod for expanding the production of viscose staple fibre at Bharuch, Gujarat that would entail an investment of Rs.

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