Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding Dr. Sanjay Kulshresthra Vs Govt. of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 11/04/2023.

Grievance in the application is against discharge of pollution in Yamuna river at Agra by the concerned local authority as well as private industrial/commercial establishments.

Joint Committee report in the Original Application 94 of 2022 in compliance to the NGT order, December 7, 2022.

The matter related to encroachment within the area of Sambhar lake encroachment and use of unauthorized bore wells.

Monthly progress report by Goa State Pollution Control Board in Original Application  606 of 2018 (Compliance of MSW Management Rules, 2016).

In Goa, where sewer network is not available, septic-tank-soak-pit arrangement is adopted. Many hotels and residential buildings (50 rooms and above) have their own treatment plant (as mandated under the TCP Act 2010). Sulabh toilets are provided for group of houses and bio toilets have been provided under open defecation free (ODF) policy in the state.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Karnataka Vs Central Pollution Control Board dated 27/02/2023.

Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General appearing for the state of Karnataka submitted that on principle, the state government is also interested in adopting all restoration measures noticed by the NGT in reference to the damage caused to the Chandrapura lake.

Pollution abatement of Adi Ganga also called Tolly's Nullah requires implementation and completion of several projects, noted the National Green Tribunal, Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata.

Independent report filed in Original Application No 144 of 2021 (SZ) (Suomotu Vs The Chief Secretary to Govt of Tamil Nadu & Others).

The NGT initiated suo motu based on the new item published in a newspaper regarding dumping of waste and encroachments along the Cooum river in Chetpet, Chennai.

The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has engaged RV College of Engineering, Bangalore to conduct an environmental audit of all the industries existing in the catchment area of Chandapura lake. The KSPCB has not accorded permission to any industry having captive effluent treatment plant to discharge its effluents into the common effluent treatment plant (CETP). Officers have been directed by the KSPCB to collect samples from the drains leading to Chandapura lake for the forensic analysis and trace pollutant studies.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In re: Compliance of Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 and other environmental issues dated 15/09/2022.

The state of Rajasthan was directed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT). September 15, 2022 to pay compensation of Rs. 3,000 crores for the gaps in treatment of liquid waste/sewage and un-remediated legacy waste. The amount has to be deposited by the state in a separate ring-fenced account within two months, to be operated as per directions of the Chief Secretary and utilised for restoration measures.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of T. S. Singh Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 14/09/2022.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT), September 14, 2022 directed the constitution of a nine member Monitoring Committee to come up with an action plan for prevention and remediation of pollution of Sai river so as to achieve tangible results within six months.

Quarterly progress report (April - June 2022) by the Directorate of Environment and Climate Change, Government of Punjab in OA No 606 of 2018.

The NGT vide its various orders in the matter of OA No. 606/2018 had directed states to submit information on solid waste rules; bio-medical waste rules; construction and demolition waste; hazardous waste rules; e-waste rules; status of STPs and re-use of treated water; status of CETPs/ETPs including performance; illegal sand mining; rejuvenation of water bodies among others.