Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sanju Monica Vs. State of Tamil Nadu & Others dated 19/09/2018. The applicant seeks to assail construction of a Decentralized Micro Composting Centre under a Special Solid Waste Management Project in the city of Salem. It is alleged that the land on which the project is being set up on a site which is in the heart of the city surrounded by schools, hospitals, etc.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered inspection of industrial units running without requisite approvals and causing water pollution in Sonipat and Panipat districts of Haryana.

A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel ordered the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board to conduct a joint inspection and submit

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 06/08/2018 regarding pollution of river Ganga.

Ranchi: Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has slapped a deadline of 30 days on unauthorised automobile service centres, asking them to get their units registered so that a no-objectio

Ranchi: Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board has decided to crack down on hotels and restaurants operating without its no-objection certificate to stop unabated poisoning of the city's air and w

NEW DELHI: Ahead of the wedding season, illegal banquet halls and wedding farm houses in Ghaziabad have come under the scanner of the National Green Tribunal which has sought an action taken report

CHENNAI: At a time when Sterlite was harboring dream of expanding its operations, Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) has delivered a big body blow rejecting the its plea to renew Consent to

Contamination of surface water sources due to the discharge of polluting substances has been a long standing problem in most parts of the country. In 1974, a legislation was specifically enacted to regulate and prohibit water pollution.

The Union Environment Ministry in a notification has clarified that melting of coal tar does not cause pollution of either air or water.

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