Inspection Report by GPCB in OA No.107/2023 (WZ) (Pooja Hotchandani V/s Nadiad Municipality & Ors) dated 26/04/2024 regarding Nadiad Nagarpalika SWM site, village Kamla, Manjipura road, Nadiad, Kheda.

Plastic Overshoot Day marks the point when the amount of plastic waste generated exceeds the world’s capacity to manage it, resulting in environmental pollution. In 2024, the global Plastic Overshoot Day is projected to occur on September 5th.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Subhas Datta Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 10/04/2024.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Tribunal on its own Motion Re: Kestopur and Bagjola Canals Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 08/04/2024.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Compliance of Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 and other environmental issues dated 04/04/2024.

The matter is related to solid and liquid waste management by the state of Chhattisgarh.

Municipal Solid Waste Cost Calculation Technical Guidelines discusses good practices for calculating investment and operating costs in the solid waste management sector illustrated through notional cost calculations for waste management functions and a combined waste management system.

Reply on behalf of state of Punjab through District Magistrate Bathinda in OA 413 of 2021 Bikramjit Singh Shergill Vs State of Punjab. The report was in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order dated December 20, 2023.

Today the world faces unprecedented challenges in waste management while the state of the municipal waste management sector globally is a matter of concern.

The world's electronic waste generation is increasing five times faster than documented e-waste recycling, according to the United Nation's fourth Global E-waste Monitor (GEM) report.

Due to scarcity of land and non-participation of bidder in the bidding process for construction of proposed fresh waste processing plant, the fresh waste processing plant at Barasat municipality has not been developed. Therefore, fresh waste from Barasat municipality has accumulated at Pramodnagar dump site which is "beyond control of the administration". The total quantity of waste to be processed at Pramodnagar/Rajivnagar site is 11 lakh MT.