Over the years, landfill sites in Delhi have become dumping ground for all kinds of waste materials such as leaves, metal, glass, plastics.
Do you get annoyed if you see garbage piling up in your house for more than a day if the waste collector is on leave? Maybe yes. But have you ever given a thought that does our trash really go away when we hand it over to the waste pickers? […]
For starters, there is a possibility of release of emissions like dioxins and furans from Waste to Energy Palnts which are toxic substances.
The Oceanic Group invites all citizens to a Seminar and Panel Discussion on River Rejuvenation & Sustainable Development: Vision 2030.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 21 (starting May 21, 2012) 2012.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 02 (starting January 9) 2012.
Leading environmental and birding groups in Delhi invite all of you to join us for the BIG BIRD DAY 2011. On this day, different teams comprising birding enthusiasts will cover different parts of the Delhi city and around (and even other parts of the country), to inventorize a list of sighted birds.
The Nehru Vihar Waste to Energy Plant, meant to convert the waste of Delhi into electricity did NOT work properly for event a single day.