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Chandigarh: The incinerator at the PGIMER had long outlived its lifespan of 10 years. The 19-year-old incinerator therefore keeps conking out thereby piling up the biomedical waste.

The UK government is “flouting” its duty to protect the lives and health of its citizens from illegal and dangerous levels of air pollution, according to the UN’s special rapporteur on human rights

This is the second time that the AIIMS panel has failed to submit its report despite direction from the NGT.

The research finds a correlation to the higher incidence of infant mortality when mothers and babies live within five kilometers of the roads, likely because of exposure to toxic materials used, transported and dumped during their construction, according to economists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD).

Bhopal:Upper Lake considered to be the lifeline of the state capital is dying a slow death.

Gambia’s first Community Wildlife Reserve in the village of Gunjur, 35 kilometers from Banjul is facing depletion as its stream has turned red and wildlife found dead.

People living along the coast in the South African city of Durban have long complained about the effects of toxic industrial pollution.

Durban - About 650 truckloads of contaminated liquid from the Shongweni landfill is being moved to another site, probably in Joburg, as it was part of the cause of the noxious smell in the Upper Hi

Vietnam's prime minister halted work at a $10.6 billion steel plant on concern over its environmental impact, in an effort to prevent another "Formosa incident", local media reported, citing a gove

Germany is to support Ghana with €25 million euros to tackle its growing electronic waste menace.

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