Tirupur: The 91.5-km long new railway route project coming up between Erode and Palani via Dharapuram and Kangeyam in Tirupur district has started giving the initial share of headaches to the implementing authorities at the land acquisition stage itself.

A group of farmers from Dharapuram, Kangeyam and Kundadam areas thronged the Collectorate recenlty asking the district administration to come

Mosquito menace increasing multi-fold

Tirupur: Rain has become a nightmare for the residents of the city and its immediate suburbs as many of the low-lying residential areas had been under water ever since the skies opened up some days back and mosquito population increased multi-fold.

Power connection to these units also disconnected

The Board has also formed three-member flying squad to monitor the units

Public requested to inform the squad members for taking action

Tirupur: The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) on Thursday ordered closure of 10 Individual Effluent Treatment Plants (IETPs) in Tirupur for its failure to comply with the directives of Supreme Co

Tirupur: The Kongunadu Pothu Thozhilalar Peravai (KPTP), the industrial wing of Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam, has called upon the Central and State Governments to release more financial assistance to protect the dyeing industry in Tirupur.

The present study has been undertaken to demarcate the groundwater recharge potential zones using Geographical Information System (GIS) approach. GIS technique is used in this study to demarcate the different groundwater recharge potential zones of Tiruppur Block, Tamil Nadu.

R Vimal Kumar

More dyeing units under the scanner of TNPCB

Tirupur: Continued effluent discharge into water bodies by dyeing units even after the allocation of Rs. 320 crore government grant to help them offset the cost incurred for setting up Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP), is causing serious threat to the environment and denting the image of Tirupur knitwear cluster.

Tirupur: A group of people from Kalipalayam village submitted a petition to Collector C. Samayamoorthy during the grievances meeting at the Collectorate on Monday, requesting him to take action against some industrial units functioning in the locality which

Tirupur: The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) ordered the closure of 65 dyeing units in Tirupur knitwear cluster on Monday for violating Supreme Court directive which forbids the dyeing units from discharging effluents into water bodies.

TNPCB chairman himself conducts surprise checks

Tirupur: The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) on Tuesday ordered closure of 75 dyeing units in the city and its suburbs for its failure to comply with the directives of Supreme Court pertaining to pollution caused by dyeing units on River Noyyal.

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