Water Pollution

Water Pollution

NGT Directs Panel To Look Into Effluents Discharge By Insecticides India In Alwar

NGT Directs Panel To Look Into Effluents Discharge By Insecticides India In Alwar
National Green Tribunal News
The National Green Tribunal has directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board to look into the issue of discharge of effluent by agro-chemical firm Insecticides India in Rajasthan's Alwar district ...
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Ganga Pollution: National Green Tribunal Directs Closure Of Five Kanpur-Based Tanneries

Delhi Pollution Control Committee Accuses Civic Bodies Of Granting Licenses To Industrial Units Flouting Norms
Ganga Clean-Up National Green Tribunal News
The NGT said none of the five tanneries procured a ‘No Objection Certificate’ from the Central Ground Water Authority and are polluting Ganga by discharging effluents ...
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This Ganesh Chaturthi, Bring Home An Eco-Friendly Plantable Ganesh Idol That Grows At Your Place

This Ganesh Chaturthi, Bring Home An Eco-Friendly Plantable Ganesh Idol That Grows At Your Place
Ganesh Chaturthi Karnataka Waste Warriors Of India
Made from old newspapers and clay, and infused with vegetable seeds, eco-friendly plantable Ganesha idols can grow into spinach, brinjal and other vegetables ...
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Do It Yourself: How To Make Eco-Friendly Ganesh Idols At Home

Ganesh Chaturthi special Make eco-friendly Ganesh idols with clay
Do It Yourself Ganesh Chaturthi
This Ganesh Chaturthi, follow simple steps to make eco-friendly Ganesh idols and prevent water pollution ...
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Say No To ‘POP’ Please! Five Eco-Friendly Ganesh Idols To Opt For This Ganesh Chaturthi

Say No To ‘POP’ Please! Five Eco-Friendly Ganesh Idols To Opt For This Ganesh Chaturthi
Features Ganesh Chaturthi
To celebrate a cleaner and greener Ganesh Chaturthi, ditch the use of traditional Plaster of Paris Ganesh Idols and opt for these eco-friendly alternatives ...
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Plastic Pollution: Rise In Plastic Trash Landing In Fishing Nets Worries Fishermen In Goa

Trash, detergent covers, biscuit packets, candy covers, noodles packet cover get collected by the fishermen while fishing in Goa
Goa News
The fishermen in Goa have complained that there is a rise in trash being collected along with the fish in the last ten years and at times 50 per cent of their catch it plastic from the sea ...
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Disposal Of Waste In Karnataka’s Byramangala Lake Has Only Brought Misfortune For Nearby Residents

Toxic froth in Bengaluru's Byramangala lake has resulted in skin infections for people in the area
Karnataka Lakes Of India News
In Karnataka’s Bidadi village, untreated waste disposal has turned the once clean Byramangala lake into a hub of chemical pollution ...
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Shree Ganesha, Tree Ganesha: This Ganesh Chaturthi Opt For These Ganapati Idols That Grow Into Plants

The Ganapati idols are stuffed with seeds and on dissolving they turn into plants
Maharashtra Waste Warriors Of India
Made from red soil and fertilisers and stuffed with plant seeds, the Ganapati idols designed by Mumbai’s Dattadri Kothur grow into plants after immersion ...
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National Green Tribunal Directs Central Pollution Control Board To Examine Over 50,000 Industries In Delhi Over Water And Air Pollution

Air and Water pollution: Over 50,000 industries in Delhi’s residential areas are functioning without license, points out a report
Air Pollution Delhi News
According to a report, 51,837 industries are creating air and water pollution in Delhi’s residential areas ...
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Ganga Drying Up In Summer Could Be Due To Indiscriminate Use Of Groundwater: Researchers

Ganga, Yamuna Are ‘Living Human Entities’ HC
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The study done by three scientists estimates that groundwater contributes about 30 percent to Ganga’s volume of water in summer and warns that continuous depletion of groundwater could have catastrophic effects on the river ...
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IIT Kharagpur To Set Up Re-Water Research Centre To Rejuvenate India’s Water Resources

Two alumni from IIT Kharagpur aim to solve problems of sewage disposal and access to clean drinking water
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Alumni from IIT Kharagpur will set up an on-campus plant to convert 1.35 million litre of sewage from hostels to 1.2 million litre of potable water ...
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Mismanagement Of Water, River Pollution Are Villains Of India’s Water Crisis: Waterman Of India Rajendra Singh

Independence Day
From introducing a community-driven decentralised water management policy, cleaning the ‘critical’ Ganga to running a skill development programme in efficient use of water among the youth, eminent water activist Rajendra Singh underlines solutions to India’s reversable water crisis ...
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