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Green guideline soon for large buildings
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, June 06, 2005

Government guildlines will have to be followed in new buildings housing more than 1000 persons and wherever the daily sewage outflow is 50,000 litres. Even as the Centre has made environment impa ...More


UN urges ‘green’ planning for burgeoning cities
Staff Reporter
The Hindu Business line , Monday, June 06, 2005

SINGAPORE, JUNE 5: From Bondi Junction in Australia to Bindura in Zimbabwe, millions marked World Environment Day on Sunday by planting trees, picking up litter and staging rallies aimed at making ci ...More


City folks, you are breathing toxic air!
TINA PAREKH AND PAUL JOHN
Times of India , Monday, June 06, 2005

AHMEDABAD/VADODARA: If you are stressed and run into a guru who says "Take a deep breath"- Don’t! Masks have become a part of people’s lives in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Surat and Vadodara, over the past dec ...More


Conservation: A way of life
Ranjan Goswami
The sentinel , Monday, June 06, 2005

Over the last century, the innovation of hundreds of thousands of different uses for petroleum and natural gas have given way to a significant increase in the need for oil in the world. Petroleum pro ...More


Let us together preserve greenery: Dharam Singh
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, June 06, 2005

NGOs told to involve youth in environment protection BANGALORE: The Chief Minister, N. Dharam Singh, on Sunday called upon citizens to start a massive programme of planting saplings and preserving t ...More


Waking up to the pollution threat
S. Muralidhar
The Hindu Business line , Sunday, June 05, 2005

THE fact that we have a World Environment Day, is telling on the deep reaching impact of pollution in our lives. Of all the types of environmental pollution, the one that is most visible in our da ...More


Waking up to the pollution threat
S. Muralidhar
The Hindu Business line , Sunday, June 05, 2005

THE fact that we have a World Environment Day, is telling on the deep reaching impact of pollution in our lives. Of all the types of environmental pollution, the one that is most visible in our da ...More


Air pollution levels in Pune down: MPCB
Express News Service
The Indian Express , Saturday, May 28, 2005

Pune, May 27: THE civic Air Quality Management (AQM) cell’s attempt at evolving a common strategy for combating Pune’s air pollution, ended up being a platform for civic activists and NGOs to engage i ...More


Report lists pollution hotspots
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Small-scale industries have high aggregate pollution potential The benchmark report assembles all available data on water and air pollution, biodiversity, land degradation and waste management C ...More


APCB flouts SC norms on NOC
Staff Reporter
The Sentinel , Friday, May 20, 2005

GUWAHATI, May 19: The Assam Pollution Control Board (APCB), responsible for keeping the State pollution free, is itself ‘polluted’ in matters ranging from issuing of license to factories to appointmen ...More


Oxygen content decreasing in some parts of city
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Friday, May 20, 2005

Schools, colleges, hospitals vulnerable zones · Trucks, buses and light commercial vehicles major polluting vehicles · Stricter emission control norms helped control pollution to some extent ...More


No pollution control in Yamunanagar crusher zone
Yoginder Gupta
The Tribune , Thursday, May 19, 2005

Chandigarh, May 18 Either the writ of the Haryana Pollution Control Board and the Labour Department stops where the boundary of the Yamunanagar Stone Crusher Zone starts or officials of the two gover ...More


Pollution board’s notice to Pammal tanneries
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Action follows residents’ allegation that 12 leather units let out untreated ‘wash’ water into the street. The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board has issued notice to 12 leather units at Pammal f ...More


Wind profile to trace roots of Taj pollution
Vijay Upadhyay
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The Central Pollution Control Board simply refuses to give up. After failed attempts to check pollution in the vicinity of Taj Mahal, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) will now chart a ...More


Pollution Control Board acquires two new facilities
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, May 15, 2005

· Mobile air quality monitoring station also suggests necessary action · Hazardous waste laboratory helps generate data for policy measures HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control B ...More


Air monitoring system set up at Taj Mahal
Anjali Dhal Samanta
The Hindu , Sunday, May 15, 2005

NEW DELHI: Concerned about the health of over 350 years of history, the Central Pollution Control Board has set up a continuous air monitoring station at the Taj Mahal in Agra. Not only will the newly ...More


Making funeral pyres eco-friendly
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Sunday, May 15, 2005

NEW DELHI: Over 40 million trees are consumed annually in the conventional Hindu system of cremation, leading to the denudation of 1,500-2,000 sq km of forests. It also results in the emission of 7.5 ...More


Cuddalore Could be next Bhopal, warn activists
G. C. Shekhar
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Chennai, May 9 Environmental Activists have warned that a Bhopan-like tragedy is waiting to happen in Cuddalore, about 200 km from Chennai, where chemicals industries housed in the SIPCOT industria ...More


Widespread air pollution in Cuddalore SIPCOT
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, May 10, 2005

12 toxic gases present in air CHENNAI: : The SIPCOT Area Community Environmental Monitors (SACEM) on Monday claimed that 12 toxic gases were present in the air around the government industrial estat ...More


Damodar Valley to relocate thermal plant
Pratim Ranjan Bose
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, May 06, 2005

HAVING been denied environmental clearance by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) has decided to relocate its proposed 1000 MW (2 X 500 MW) thermal power pl ...More


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