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    TAKEN Legal: The Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, amended in 1983, 1986 and 1991. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974,amended in 1988. The Water'(Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess, Act, 1977, amended in 1991. The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980, amended in 1988...
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  • Consultant Company
    to assignments in Pollution Control under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Rakesh Shah be it Air, Solid or Water related Pollution Control. Since 1978 Anand Consultants have been working as Environmental Engineers in India as well as Bangladesh. During the said 26 years Anand Consultants have...
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  • Enviromental Issue of Coca Cola
    West Bengal, where heavy metals were detected by the state pollution control board. (Coca-Cola Expansion Plan Opposed in Mehdiganj, India 2013) Regarding the replenishing program, the Coca Cola Company was complained by the Indian villagers that the company pumped large quantities of water every day...
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  • pollution
    pollution Causes and other contaminants Control of pollution Untreated sewage Water pollution in India Introduction Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or...
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  • The Environmental Problems in India
    oversight means the problem is only getting worse. A growing number of bodies of water in India are unfit for human use, and in the River Ganga, holy to the country's 82 percent Hindu majority, is dying slowly due to unchecked pollution.          New Delhi's body of water is little more than a...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    Pollution, Water pollution (Oceans, rivers, ground water) , Plastic pollution, Noise pollution, Light pollution, space Ozone layer and many more.    In India the increasing economic development and a rapidly growing population that has taken the country from 300 million people in 1947 to more than one...
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  • Brochure
    India • E-Waste: A Problem or An Opportunity? Issues, Challenges and Solutions • Case Studies and Success Stories of Industrial & Hazardous Waste Management PRIME SUPPORTER Gujarat Pollution Control Board m waansatgeing SUPPORTED BY National Solid Waste Association of India The...
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  • M.N.Murty
    Action Plan, 1997-1999, Funded by Overseas Development Administration, U.K. 7. Valuation and Accounting of Industrial Water Pollution in India, 1999-2001, Funded by the Research Committee of the World Bank Capacity Building Project in Environmental Economics in India. 8. Valuation and Accounting of...
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  • Environmental
    location of project is done by using tools such as the forest atlas and Survey of India maps. During route alignment, all possible efforts are made to avoid the forest area (like national park and sanctuaries) or to keep it to the barest minimum. Whenever it becomes unavoidable due to the geography of...
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  • How to Dealt with Water Pollution
    implementation of taxation, the development of water treatment projects and the enactment of international law. Among three solutions, in my perspective, the international law is the most feasible. 1. The Implementation of Taxation One of the methods of tackling pollution could be...
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  • Imminent Water Crisis in India
    . India’s agricultural sector currently uses about 90% of total water resources.[12] Irrigated agriculture has been fundamental to economic development, but unfortunately caused groundwater depletion. Due to water pollution in rivers, India draws 80% of its irrigation water from groundwater.[13] As water...
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  • Chinese Water Scarcity
    |Wastewater improvement project | |Issue #2 |Pollution of fresh water lakes |Ge help from Asian Development Bank | |Issue #3 |Uneven distribution of fresh water |South-to-north water diversion project...
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  • Environmental Degradation and Its Effect on Indian Economy
    the remaining for Capacity Building for Industrial Pollution Management project. As we know Broadly, environment may be divided into four major elements --- a) Land, b) Water, c) Air and d) Living organism. Environmental degradation occurs in various ways and pollution of air, water , land is...
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  • judicial activism in environmental law
    constitution for removing the pollution of water or air which may be detrimental to the quality of life. In Charanlal Sahu v. Union of India2 the Supreme court of India held that, “in the context of our national dimensions of human rights, right to life and liberty, pollution free air and water is...
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  • Urban Development
    the Mid-2000 Cities With 24×7 Water Supply Projects Underway Trend of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), 1995–2009 Growth of Water Pollution Monitoring Network in India Environmental Regulations in India Formal Environmental Regulations in India Informal Environmental Regulation in India Treatment...
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  • Legal Framework of Environment Protection in India
    length in the concerned chapters. This chapter attempts to highlight only legislative initiatives towards the protection of the environment. Legislation for environmental protection in India Water Water quality standards especially those for drinking water are set by the Indian Council of Medical...
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  • India: Cdm Opportunities and Benefits
    congestion, land and soil resources, and deforestation as the major environmental issues for India (UNEP, 1997). Some of these issues overlap with potential CDM projects: Urban Air Pollution. India’s major sources of air pollution are industries (toxic gases), thermal power plants (fly ash and SO2), and...
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  • Industrial Pollution
    + 11 December 2013 SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS FIELD VISIT: SAROD + Site Facts:   Sarod, Jambusar Taluka, Bharuch District The region is part of the area popularly known as ‘Vegetable Basket of India’ a + Vadodora Enviro Channel Limited • Project...
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  • Role of Non Govt Organisations
    classified the industries as red, orange and green depending on the degree of pollution caused by them. It further specifies the various pollution control measures to be adopted by these industries. Water Pollution The rivers of India are part of its cultural heritage. Over the years, the...
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  • dx sfdhb
    . The rivers in India have religious importance, also the river water is a major source of drinking water for different towns and villages in the country. Due to increase in pollution level of the river water, the drinking water schemes are subjected to different level of pollution, thus causing...
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