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You could see pollution in your area online soon

Indore, May 17: You could get to see level of pollutants in the air with the help of an online monitoring instrument to be purchased by the MP Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) Indore regional office.
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PCB fails to enforce e-waste management rules

Kochi, May 15: Even though the ministry of environment and forest (MoEF) introduced e-waste (management and handling) rules in 2011, the state pollution control board (SPCB) is apparently not ready to enforce them.
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Pollution board’s new fee rattles industries

Gurgaon, May 14: The Haryana Pollution Control Board's decision to impose 'performance security deposit' on industrial units has not gone down well with small and medium industries in the city. 
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Disposal of sun films a challenging task?

BANGALORE, May 14: Following a Supreme Court directive, the Bangalore City Traffic Police recently launched a drive to remove sun films from cars for free at ten places across the city. The task is proving Herculean as the deadline of May 19 is nearing.
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'Illegal' 5-star comes up in Lower Parel

Mumbai, May 14: A 39-storey luxury hotel has risen on the city’s skyline without getting an environment clearance. The five-star Shangri-La at Lower Parel on the premises of High Street Phoenix has been partially occupied.
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Plastic waste taking a huge toll on Goa

PANJIM, May 13:  Goa  is   severely choking   from   generation of a huge quantity of plastic   waste,  according to a  recent   study by  the  Goa  State   Pollution  Control   Board. 
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Odisha in UNIDO’s project for management of medical waste

Bhubaneswar, May 13: United Nations Industrial Organisation (UNIDO) with the financial assistance of Global Environment Facility and other private organizations has planned to include Odisha among five Indian states to help reduce the medical waste load.
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