All polluting industries along the river Ganga will have to set up sensor-based real-time online effluent monitoring system by March 31 next year.

General Motors is composting food waste from its global headquarters in Detroit, US, for redistribution in urban farming initiatives throughout the city in what it is calling a "circular" initiativ

Lending an helping hand to make the city garbage free, Persistent Foundation joined hands with Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) and NGO Janwani to provide for funds and manpower to spread awareness

The plant was on a trial run for the past three months and was found to be functioning effectively

The Sesa Sterlite has established an eco-friendly bio-gas unit within its alumina refinery complex at Lanjigarh in Odisha's Kalahandi district at a cost of Rs 60 lakh.

The much delayed zero waste management projects of Mysore City Corporation (MCC) is expected to receive a minor boost, with zero waste management plants built at Zone 8 and 9, set to become operati

The Kochi corporation is planning to implement the Zero Waste Project in west Kochi. The project will cover flats, hotels and restaurants in the area.

The project is similar to the eco–friendly garbage management system being implemented by the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (Credai) in the city. The association has successfully treated organic waste produced in flats constructed by its members at the site itself.

The Gujarat high court on Monday asked the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to state on affidavit about its stand where the ceramic industrial units could function on modified coal-based gasifiers, which could bring down pollution level.

The court sought explanation from CPCB on its communiqué to Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) on October 11, 2012, that the ceramic units mitted could be perrun on coal furnaces provided that they modified it to bring the pollution level down to zero discharge.

Failure to segregate wastes will invite action: Commissioner

On Tuesday, the Coimbatore Corporation officials led by Commissioner G. Latha will hold a meeting with Councillors Venthamarai Balu (Ward 44), S.J. Ashok Kumar (Ward 51), M. Malarvizhi (Ward 67), and S.K. Nijaam (Ward 98) to discuss ways to implement the zero waste management project.

Thousands of trees might have faced the infrastructural axe in the City, reducing afforestation to a mere eco-slogan.

Chief minister Siddaramaiah’s promise of a garbage-free Bangalore has hit a roadblock.