Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Shanmuga Aqua Industries Vs Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board & Others dated 27/04/2016 regarding running of a packaged drinking water Unit without obtaining consent under Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1974 and also without obtaining clearance from the Central Ground Water Authority, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Directions under Section 18(1) (b) of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 and the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 to undertake environmental quality monitoring and for installation f continuous ambient air quality monitoring stations and real-time water quality monitoring stations in critically pollu

NEW DELHI: The Centre is planning to take the legislative route on conservation and distribution of water by giving precedence to drinking water supply over allocation for agricultural and industri

Clearly miffed with Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) in the matter of Ulhas river pollution, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked for an explanation as to why, after failure to per

The report said that a total of 174 industries had not renewed their environment consent even after a lapse of one to 174 months

Order of the National Green Tribunal (in the matter of Manoj Misra Vs. Delhi Development Authority & Ors. And Pramod Kumar Tyagi Vs. Art of Living International Center & Ors. And Anand Arya Vs. Delhi Development Authority & Ors. And Ojasvi Party Vs. Ministry of Environment & Forest & Ors.) dated 09/03/2016 regarding World Culture Festival to be held on the banks of river Yamuna from March 11-13, 2016.

GSPCB directs authorities to identify discharge points and immediately remove them; CCP to act on sewage discharged in St Inez Creek

Colour codes are expected to prompt sector to adopt cleaner technologies, resulting in fewer pollutants

According to regional officials of the CECB, notices were recently issued to several townships and infrastructure projects as they were flouting green norms.

MPCB officials said that the responses received from the BMC to the notices were on the steps they were taking to eventually control the waste being dumped at Deonar.