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NEERI backs 300m buffer zone around Moshi garbage depot

PUNE: The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) has recommended that the buffer zone around the Moshi garbage depot in Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) can be reduced to 300 m. People have built their houses and ... Times of India, 3 days ago
NEERI report on industrial pollution soon Times of India, 1 week ago

Girl student caught for plagiarism attacks woman scientist at NEERI

According to a senior official of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, under which NEERI comes, Sophia was attacked by an M Tech (renewable energy) student.
 Times of India4 weeks ago Call for more focus on safety  The Hindu1 month ago

NMC refuses to pay NEERI following row

NASHIK: With less than a year to go for Kumbh, differences over the scope of work have erupted between the various agencies overseeing the measures to curb Godavari river pollution. The civic body has refused to pay the National Environmental ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Nitta Gelatin to implement NEERI report

The Nitta Gelatin India Limited (NGIL) in Kathikkudam, which has been in the eye of a storm over the pollution of Chalakudy river, is contemplating steps to implement the recommendations by the National Environment Engineering Research Institute ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Nitta Gelatin to Implement Suggestions  New Indian Express2 months ago

Misinterpretation of CBSE circular creates confusion

One of the city's top schools, Neeri Modern, finds itself hassled as misinterpretation of a CBSE circular brought hundreds of parents at its office.
 Times of India2 months ago

All marine systems face tar ball threat: Neeri

The damage caused by oil spill-derived tar balls will depend on their location or where they spend most time-in open water, near coastal areas, or on the shoreline-states the report.
 Times of India2 months ago Tar balls in Goa could be result of oil exploration  Business Standard India4 weeks ago

NEERI okays North MCD's waste-to-energy project

The ambitious waste-to-energy project of North MCD at Narela-Bawana land fill site has overcome another hurdle as the premier environment body — National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) recommended that the entire process of ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
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Ticket limit to the Taj

Browse > Home / News , South Asia / Ticket limit to the Taj August 21, 2014 by e-NewsWire Filed under News , South Asia Leave a Comment DELHI, 21 August 2014: The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) will cap the number of tourists ...
 TTRweekly.com23 hours ago
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Growing human load seen as threat to the Taj

Agra, Aug 19 More than 200,000 people visited the Taj Mahal in two days over the weekend, causing alarm among conservationists who feel the ever-increasing human load on the fragile white marble wonder on the banks of the Yamuna could prove ...
 ProKerala.com2 days ago
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Solid waste management in towns of India

Garbage or solid waste consists of all items which are discarded from residential, commercial or other areas and can be in solid, semi-solid or liquid state. Solid waste generated within the municipal boundary of an urban area is known as Municipal ...
 APN News1 day ago
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