- Air Pollution
- Air Quality Monitoring
- Water Pollution
- Agra (D)
- Uttar Pradesh
- Orissa (Odisha)
- Ahmedabad (D)
- Angul (D)
- West Bengal
- Aurangabad (D)
- Bhavnagar (D)
- Chandrapur (D)
- Coimbatore (D)
- Tamil Nadu
- Dhanbad (D)
- Faridabad (D)
- Ghaziabad (D)
- Howrah (D)
Performance evaluation of sewage treatment plants in India funded under National River Conservation Directorate (NRCD)
This report is the outcome of the study on performance evaluation of STPs funded under National River Conservation Plan of Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India carried out by Central
These are the latest guidelines issued by CPCB on measurement of ambient air pollutants for implementation of uniform air quality standards across the country, irrespective of the land use pattern.
This new report by CPCB with water quality data from 2500 water quality monitoring stations, located on important rivers & lakes indicates that organic and bacterial pollution continue to be the major water quality issues due to discharge of untreated domestic wastewater from urban centres.
Plasma pyrolysis is one of the technologies which could be opted for disposal of plastic waste. In Plasma pyrolysis, high temperature is produced using plasma torch in oxygen starved environment to destroy
E-waste has been defined as “waste electrical and electronic equipment, whole or in part or rejects from their manufacturing and repair process, which are intended to be discarded”. Whereas Electrical
CPCB has notified these rules with the primary objective to channelize electronic waste generated in the country for environmentally sound recycling which is largely controlled by the un-organized sector who are adopting crude practices that results into higher pollution and less recovery.
CPCB has established the National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (NAMP) Network, covering 209 cities/towns of the country in compliance with the mandate under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution)
This new report on the status of water quality in India by CPCB shows that organic pollution of aquatic resources continues to be predominant and says that discharge of untreated domestic wastewater from urban areas is the main cause for this.
Environmental management in the bee- hive coke oven plants in Assam and Meghalaya: an overview of issues and management practices
This study assesses the status of environmental management in the bee- hive coke oven plants in Assam and Meghalaya. It overviews the environmental issues of bee-hive coke oven plants and also recommends various measures for better environmental management in the beehive coke oven plants.