Sunday, December 5, 2021

Telangana State Pollution Control Board

Shift to eco-friendly Ganesh idols: Indrakaran to devotees

Nirmal: Forest Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy said that everyone should strive to protect the environment and give top priority for worshipping idols of Lord...

Relocate or lose land, TSIIC to polluting firms

Asks pollution-causing companies in Hyderabad to shift base beyond the ORR within six months

TSPCAA to receive appeals from August 9

Telangana State Pollution Control Appellate Authority will receive appeals and applications from Monday and the virtual hearings will be held from August 17

Rains cleanse Hyderabad air

Levels of particulate matters PM10 and PM 2.5 dips across the city in July

RLG India launches e-waste awareness drive

Hyderabad: Logistics solutions provider RLG India launched 'Clean To Green On Wheels’ programme, an e-waste awareness and collection strategy. Under this programme, it will...

Public hearing on PRLIS in six districts on August 10

Public hearings will be conducted on August 10 at 11 am in six districts to seek opinion from people in connection with the proposed second phase canal network under PRLIS

Ambient air quality improves in Hyderabad

According to reports by TSPCB, there has been significant change in the levels of polluting substances in air from January to May

Air quality improves in Hyderabad

Levels of particulate matters PM2.5 and PM10 reduce significantly during night curfew, subsequent lockdown in city

Hyderabad breathes fresh air, thanks to Covid-induced lockdown

According to the Telangana State Pollution Control Board, the Air Quality Index (AQI) values recorded at various monitoring stations across the city showed improvement

Lingering Covid fear hits Hyderabad’s air quality

A significant rise in individual vehicles on the roads in the city triggering a dip in air quality

Hyderabad’s air quality dips to moderate

Though lockdown brought down pollution levels, Air Quality Index saw sharp rise in last two months

Hyderabad breathes easy this Deepavali

According to TSPCB, noise levels also dropped in day and night time compared to last year

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