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29-03-2016        

 
172th Board meeting of CPCB  

172th Board meeting of Central Pollution Control Board is going to be held on March 30, 2016 at CPCB, Delhi

 
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05-01-2016        

 
A Control Room has been set up in CPCB to facilitate...  

A Control Room has been set up in CPCB to facilitate review of levels of air pollution and monitoring ambient air quality in Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR).The Citizens of Delhi and NCR may send complaints related to burning of garbage/tyres/dry leaves etc. to CPCB through WhatsApp at 09821144193 and 09821144194, Fax (011-43102111) or e-mail (controlroom.cpcb@nic.in) along with the photographs, if any. The complaints received will be referred to the concerned local authorities (Municipal Corporations/Pollution Control Authorities) for taking action to prevent and control of Air Pollution in NCT of Delhi and NCR.

 
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09-12-2015        

 
CPCB is organizing Free Eye Check up Camp  

A free Eye Check-up Camp shall be organised on December 11, 2015 ( Friday) at 11.00 AM to 04.30 PM in the CPCB premises ( Training Hall, Ground Floor)by the Bharti Group of Eye Hospitals, Delhi

 
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23-09-2015        

 
170th Board meeting of Central Pollution Control Board  

170th Board meeting of Central Pollution Control Board is going to be held on September 30, 2015 at CPCB, Delhi

 
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01-07-2015        

 
169th Board Meeting of Central Pollution Control Board  

169th Board meeting of Central Pollution Control Board was held on 30.06.2015 at 10.30 am at Narmada Hall, MoEF&CC, New Delhi

 
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17-06-2015        

 
Meeting on Procurement, Installation, O&M and data Dissemination of CAAQMS funded by CPSUS  

CPCB is organising a meeting on Procurement, Installation, O&M and data Dissemination of CAAQMS funded by CPSUS on June 17, 2015

 
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05-06-2015        

 
CPCB marked World Environment Day by gathering of about 100 scientists with Member Secretary of CPCB at the landfill site, Ghazipur, Delhi  

About 100 scientists of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) along with Dr. A. B. Akolkar, Member Secretary, CPCB, gathered at the landfill site, Ghazipur, Delhi, in the morning at 8 AM on 05th June, 2015, to mark World Environment Day and held technical sessions with EDMC, IL&FS and GAIL (India) Ltd. The scientists also made site visits to the Landfill, facilities of the Waste-to-Energy Plant and Landfill Gas Management. Growing urbanization has resulted into increased generation of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) which needs to be managed by adopting environmentally sustainable technologies so as to keep our cities clean and protect the environment. There is also a growing need to minimize the cost of managing MSW through recovery of resources and energy instead of disposal into landfill. Use of landfills may not be sustainable as it requires land which is scarce and also associated with a potential risk of surface and groundwater pollution due to leachate generation and deteriorated ambient air quality due to bad odour, flies, methane emission, fires etc. Delhi generates about 8300 metric tons of municipal solid waste per day and landfill sites at Bhalsawa, Okhla Phase-I and Ghazipur are used for disposal. A Waste-to-Energy plant is also operational at old NDMC Compost Plant, Okhla, processing about 1500-2000 metric tons of waste per day to produce about 16 MW of electricity. Giving utmost importance to the Municipal Solid Waste Management, Central Pollution Control Board celebrated the occasion of World Environment Day at landfill site of Ghazipur, Delhi, in collaboration with East Delhi Municipal Corporation, Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services(IL&FS) and GAIL (India) Limited, who are managing the Ghazipur landfill site, commissioning of Waste-to-Energy plant and operating a pilot project on landfill gas management respectively at the same site. About one lakh tons of mixed solid waste is disposed at Ghazipur landfill per month. Average landfill gas collection, comprising of methane (28% by volume), is about 127 m3/hour which is being flared at the site by GAIL (India) Ltd. IL&FS is in process of commissioning a Waste-to-Energy plant to process about 2000 tons of municipal solid waste per day to produce Reduce Derived Fuel (RDF) and generation of 12 MW of electricity thereof. The plant is at final stage of commissioning and expected to operate in a month.

 
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26-05-2015        

 
Meeting of Zonal Officers & Divisional Heads of Central Pollution Control Board  

A meeting of Zonal Officers & Divisional Heads of Central Pollution Control Board is being organised to discuss the various issues on May 27, 2015 at 3.00PM at INDUS HALL - Jal Block-Indira Paryavaran Bhawan , MOEF&CC, Jor Bagh - New Delhi

 
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13-05-2015        

 
A meeting to review draft guidelines for implementing liabilities for Environment Damages  

CPCB organising a Consulation meeting to review Draft Guidelines for Implementing Liabilities for Environment Damages due to Spillage/Fire/ Illegal Disposl of Harardous waste & penalty on May 14, 2015 at Training Hall

 
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08-04-2015        

 
59th Conference of Chairmen and Member Secretaries of Pollution Control Boards & Pollution Control Committees  

59th Conference of Chairmen and Member Secretaries of Pollution Control Boards & Pollution Control Committees is on April 08, 2015 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

 
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