Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pradeep More & Others Vs. State of Maharashtra & Others dated 09/10/2013 regarding pollution to river Chandrabhaga caused by industries.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/orderinpdf/1-2013%20(WZ)(OA)_9Oct2013.pdf

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A two-day intensive training for the officials of the Department of Environment (DoE) ended here on Wednesday that was arranged to finalise standards and guidelines, which will become part of the e

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The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute here has developed a technology to destroy a variety of pollutants and aid in 'clean up' of polluted water.

The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute here has developed a technology to destroy a variety of pollutants and aid in 'clean up' of polluted water.

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