UP Housing and Development Board has decided to make installation of sewer treatment plant and water-recycling project mandatory in all future housing projects on and above 2 acre land.
The decks have been cleared for the long-pending refurbishment of Delhi’s oldest water treatment plant (WTP), Chandrawal WTP, after the Delhi Jal Board gave the go-ahead for the project on Wednesda
Being a textile belt, Tirupur (Tamil Nadu) faced the crisis of severe pollution of water bodies due to discharged coloured effluent from the bleaching and dyeing units.
Sri Lanka and South Korea yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to have more closer cooperation in the field of environment and water management fields.
State Pollution Control Board report finds more takers for treatment plants
In a move aimed at cutting down the wastage of food and water by India's luxury hotels, the government has come up with a set of guidelines to make these hotels more environment friendly.
Top hotels could soon be donating leftover untouched food and partially used toiletries, allowing guests to order half portions and buying toilet tissue and towels made from recycled paper, besides
A new sewerage model is all set to replace the traditional one in Ranchi households enabling improved drainage system across the city.
Around 25 clubs in the city including Chelmsford Club and India Habitat Centre have been issued notices by Delhi government's environment department for flouting " green norms" including "failure"
Manipal University, which is known for its green initiatives, has bagged the Golden Peacock Environment Management Award for the second consecutive year.
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