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    . The trend of increasing pollution in various environmental media is evident from the deteriorating air and water quality, higher noise levels, increasing vehicular emission etc. Realising the urgent need for arresting the trend, Ministry adopted policy for Abatement of Pollution which provides...
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  • Hussainsagar
    . Once the source of drinking water for the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the lake's current condition is far from desirable. Since the 1980s and 1990s the immersion of Ganesh idols during the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi has led to the further pollution of the polluted lake. Currently...
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  • Engineering
    less than one dollar per day. India also suffers from drought, flash floods, deforestation, air pollution, water pollution and a rapidly growing population that is straining all of the natural resources. Compiled by World Savvy in partnership with CTIR The Salisbury Energy Company Headquarters...
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  • industry overview
    regard to the ecological equilibrium has led to an environmental crisis in the recent past.  In fact, there is growing evidence of manmade harm in many regions of the earth, dangerous levels of pollution in air, water, earth and living beings, thereon, major and undesirable disturbances to the...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    extraction of iron ore has created a degraded environment with several resultant ills of air and ground water pollution and severe social impacts. Environmentalists say that severe damage to the state's verdant landscape in the form of deforestation, ground and surface water pollution and damage to...
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  • Mpsc Syllabus
    municipal waste. | |13) |Environmental pollution : | | |Sustainable development. hazardous wastesand disposal. | | |Environmental impact assessment for thermal power plants,mines, | | |river valley projects. Air and...
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  • Planning
    250 meters. The development of green areas along such fronts helps in maintaining urban eco-system and save the main urban settlement during inundation. (3)        Provision of Green Areas Along Railway Tracks:- The railway tracks are considered as a source of air and noise pollution and its...
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  • The Consequence of War
    in environmental problems of the country, from deforestation to land degradation, air and water pollution to the spread of disease. The considerable magnitude of air and water pollution pulls up the number of people suffering from respiratory and water borne diseases and many a times leading to...
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  • Industrial Visits
    along with 2 faculty members (A. Ramesh & V. Revathi) visited P.V. Narasimha Rao Elevated Express Highway, Hyd on 10.09.2009. A brief note on P.V. Narasimha Rao Elevated Express Highway, Hyd is elaborated below. A photo of students along with faculty is attached herewith. INTRODUCTION Hyderabad is one...
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  • Sociology
    individual or organism and that ultimately determines its form and nature of its survival. 2. the components of the earth that include: (i) air, land, and water; (ii) the layers of the atmosphere; (iii) organic and inorganic matter and living organisms; (iv) the interacting systems that include...
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  • Green Buildings
    /recyclable Materials ♦ Efficient use of Water and Water Recycling ♦ Use of Energy Efficient and Eco-Friendly Equipment ♦ Use of Renewable Energy ♦ Indoor Air Quality for Human Safety and Comfort ♦ Effective Controls and Building Management Systems Need for building green in India...
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  • India After Independence
    cities. A good example of this is the city of Hyderabad where air pollution levels have reached alarming rates. Even the cities zoological park has recorded levels of Respiratory Suspended Particular Matter (RSPM) as being 68 micro grams per metre cubed, a level well above the recommended rate for...
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  • environmental science
    , reactions, transport, effect and fate of physical a biological species in the air, water and soil and the effect of from human activity upon these. Environment Explained Literary environment means the surrounding external conditions influencing development or growth of people, animal or...
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  • The Environmental Problems in India
    natural resources. Industrial pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, rapid industrialization,  urbanization, and land degradation are all worsening problems. Overexploitation of the country's resources be it land or water and the industrialization process has resulted environmental degradation of...
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  • Manufacture and Installation of Ro Water Purification Units at Tpl W&Ww Sbu
    ICFAI BUSINESS SCHOOL, HYDERABAD      SIP 2010  INTRODUCTION WATER – A FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENT Water is the most widespread mineral substance on the earth’s surface. It forms its hydrosphere. It has an estimated volume of 1,385 million cubic kilometers, 97% of which is in the various...
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  • Case
    of 40 km from Visakhapatnam. [pic] General Information Location: 112 kms from Visakhapatnam No. of Airports 3: Visakhapatnam No of Railway Stations 5 (Major) Visakhapatnam Visiting Anantagiri: By Road: Anantgiri is well connected with Hyderabad by several buses By Air...
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  • Hbl Company Profile
    and Reforms Programme APPCB: Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board BSNL: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd DC: Direct Current DCH: Digital Control Harness DRDL: Defence Research and Development Laboratory DRDO: Defence Research and Development Organization ETP: Effluent Treatment Plant HBL: HBL...
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  • Cng Success in Delhi
    resulted in significant increase in environmental pollution. Based on the ambient air quality monitored by the Central Pollution Control Board in 1998, it was found that the contribution from vehicles to the ambient air pollution of Delhi was about 65% of total air pollution. This could be understood...
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  • Environment Management
    stipulated environment norms, various state-of-the-art pollution control systems / devices as discussed below have been installed to control air and water pollution. Electrostatic Precipitators: The ash left behind after combustion of coal is arrested in high efficiency Electrostatic Precipitators...
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  • Business Process Reengineering
    that we have given rise to two major threats namely: Air and water pollution The industrial revolution has, no doubt, elevated our lifestyle and made our lives easier than earlier. Number of industries increased, citizens were employed, led lives in a better way, had security for life. But as...
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