The current sewage generation for Delhi is 327 crore litres per day against the existing treatment capacity of 276 crore litres per day.
The Minister launched the Yamuna Action Plan and assured that the original character of Yamuna will be preserved while implementing YAP Phase III.
The Union Water Resources Minister and Delhi Chief Minister have agreed to set-up a Special Purpose Vehicle for the rejuvenation of River Yamuna in Delhi.
Each and every citizen of Delhi, who cares for his or her family members must become an Eco Warrior for saving Delhi this Environment Day 2015.
Green Lens Feature: Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, Shri Nitin Gadkari holding a meeting on Yamuna related issues in New Delhi.
The Oceanic Group invites all citizens to a Seminar and Panel Discussion on River Rejuvenation & Sustainable Development: Vision 2030.
Vegetables grown along River Yamuna, in its floodplain in the NCT of Delhi, are being reported to be laden with heavy metals and pesticides. Despite this, regulation and check on pollution control are regularly failing thereby threatening the health of each and every citizen of Delhi. [Total: 1 Average: 5/5]
Whatever be our mode of protest, and no matter how busy we all may well be, the call for action for cleaning River Yamuna has been made. We can either join the protests now when we can, or wait a little longer until when we will be made to.
An idol of Goddess Durga being immersed near Okhla barrage amidst froth-like sewage in River Yamuna. Click on Image to Enlarge and View News Image Source Previously on DelhiGreens: Respect the Holy Yamuna [Total: 0 Average: 0/5]
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Cleaner Yamuna: Greener Delhi The Yamuna in Delhi has been in a bad shape for quite some time now. The Commonwealth Games’ construction on its floodplains has only aggravated this to such as extent that concerned citizens and action groups are losing patience by the hour. There is a visible difference between the water quality at […]
Centre for Science & Environment (CSE) and Development & Research Organization for Nature, Arts & Heritage (DRONAH) invite all to attend a public meeting in Gurgaon to discuss approaches towards cleaning of rivers. The evening will also feature the release of CSE’s publication, ‘Sewage canal: How to clean the Yamuna’. This will […]