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US wants to monitor Air Quality; India stunned
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US wants to monitor Air Quality; India stunned

13 out of the world's 20 most polluted cities are in India. Most shockingly, the latest Central Pollution Control Board statistics reveal that the pollution levels in Gwalior, Raipur and even little known Kashipur are higher than that of Delhi which means we have some of the most polluted zones in the world. 'Half of the 252 cities in India have already crossed critically polluted levels. The government must declare a national emergency on air pollution and treat this on a war footing.' Rashme ... Rediff.com, 20 hours ago
The National Air Quality Index Open, 1 week ago
Air in Adyar More Polluted Than Industrial hub Manali New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
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Sixty percent of sewage remains untreated in Delhi

According to an RTI, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) carried out monitoring for performance Evaluation of Sewage Treatment Plant located in Delhi. As per the study conducted by CPCB, city generates 3,800 MLD of waste water per day whereas the present ...
 Jagran Post4 weeks ago States asked to follow Punjab model to attract investors  Financial Express3 weeks ago 'Imitate TN Sewage Treatment Model'  New Indian Express4 days ago PTI - SEWAGE - 60 per cent of sewage remains untreated in Delhi  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago
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Yamuna a dead river says report even as focus on Clean Ganga

The Yamuna is almost dead the Central Pollution Control Board CPCB has said even as the government singlemindedly pushes to clean the Ganga and overlooks the filthy river at its doorstep Its not just the Yamuna whose water quality is as bad as sewage but many ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago
Livemint.com

Oozing industries told to go online for pollution watch

Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) in consultation with Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has decided to hit the polluting industries in the State hard. The Board has set a deadline of June 30 for host of big and small industries ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Centre plans pollution rating for industries  Livemint.com1 week ago State governments to rework classification of industrial units by pollution parameters  Economic Times1 week ago Clean-up hope for foul five  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
IndiaPost

POLLUTION - Polluting cos stare at June deadline on emission e-monitoring

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Apr 10 (PTI) The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has warned highly-polluting industries like pharmaceuticals, fertilisers and oil refineries that their licences will be withdrawn if they fail to put ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago PTI - GREEN-PLASTIC 2 LAST  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Polluting cos stare at June deadline on emission e-monitoring  Zee News1 week ago City no longer critically polluted  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Indian Express

Rejuvenation of Ganga

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has identified 764 Grossly Polluting Industries (GPIs) discharging industrial effluents and 56 Class I Cities & 31 Class - II towns discharging waste water into river Ganga.
 Business Standard1 month ago Ganga cleaning: Centre breather for industries  Indian Express2 weeks ago New classification for polluting industries in India  worldcement.com1 week ago Ganga Mission: 764 polluting industries identified  Millennium Post1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Centre plans uniform model to make pollution info authentic

Delhi traffic. The monitoring of Delhi's air quality — currently being done by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) and the India Meteorological Department (IMD) — will follow a uniform scientific ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Delhi has to be aggressive in curbing citys high air pollution  Hindustan Times1 month ago 24x7 lens on air quality  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Centre proposes online monitoring of Ganga pollution in UP  Indian Express1 month ago
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Panel to find ways to gauge pollution level

The Central Pollution Control Board — country’s main pollution watchdog — has set up a panel to develop easy to understand "standard operating procedures" for evaluation of the impact of polluted air, water and land/soil on human health, flora and fauna ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Pollution Control  Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago Pollution level shows downward trend in Korba  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Yamuna, Hindon most polluted rivers: Study

In a study submitted to the environment ministry last month, the Central Pollution Control Board has identified Yamuna and Hindon as the most polluted among 13 rivers in UP.
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Musi in nation's most polluted river list

A Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) report has conferred the Musi with the dubious distinction of being one of the most polluted rivers in the country.
 Times of India1 month ago Metro Station on Musi Bed: SOUL Cries Foul  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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