Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Almitra H. Patel & Others VsMinistry of Health and Family Welfare & Others dated 22/12/2016 regarding steps to improve the practices presently adopted for collection, storage, transportation, disposal, treatment and recycling of Municipal Solid Waste popularly known as “garbage” generated in various cities across India.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Waste Management, 14/12/2016. As per the assessment made by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) for 2015, the sewage generation in the urban areas of the Country is estimated to be about 61,948 MLD (approx.) and sewage treatment capacity is for 23,277 MLD, which is about 37.6% of the total sewage generation. Further, as per the data available till Oct. 2016, the total amount of solid waste generated in the urban areas of the Country is about 1,58,878 MT/D, of which only 21.45% is being treated, currently.

A team of researchers from India has discovered a novel use for sugarcane pulp.

National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has said the new sewerage plant being constructed in Bugolobi, will be ready by April 2017 and it will start generating electricity and biogas.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Subsidy for Power Generation, 24/11/2016. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) provides incentives/subsidy/central financial assistance to the producers and consumers for power generation from wind, solar and other renewable energy sources under various Renewable Energy Programmes as per details given in Annexure.

A British university is conducting a research into sustainable energy to help a remote village in West Bengal to access electricity for the first time by installing a sustainable system from biolog

Finnish companies are looking at India's renewable energy market to offer power from municipal waste, a technology in which the European country has excelled.

THE monsoon season has barely passed and there have already been two incidents of fires at the Deonar dumping ground within a week, raising concerns over the condition of the city’s three landfill

The Delhi government has begun a pilot project for controlled burning at east Delhi’s Ghazipur landfill, which will be followed by the implementation of similar steps at Bhalswa and Okhla, as part

Corpn. not to have any financial liability; industrialist to invest Rs.10 crore