User: chintan Topic: Waste
Category: Incinerators
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Okhla, Ghazipur residents facing ‘toxic threat’ appeal to NHRC 17.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Okhla, Ghazipur residents facing ‘toxic threat’ appeal to NHRC
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Okhla, Ghazipur residents facing ‘toxic threat’ appeal to NHRC 17.11.2014 Hindu: Home
Residents of Okhla, Narela-Bawana, Ghazipur who claim to be facing ‘toxic threat’ from municipal waste incinerator plants operating in their area have now approached the National Human Rights Comm...
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Taboo no more: Gujarati woman develops incinerator to dispose of sanitary pads 14.11.2014 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
When Priya Shah started menstruating, she used to flush her sanitary pads down the toilet. She was trapped in a quandary at her workplace where she felt uneasy disposing of her ...
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Fargo facility could handle Ebola-related waste 8.11.2014 Star Tribune: Latest
The Fargo operator of a medical waste incinerator would only accept Ebola-contaminated waste from other states after careful consideration, and it doesn't currently have any plans to do so, company officials said.
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Fargo Facility Could Handle Ebola-Related Waste 7.11.2014 WCCO: National
(credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images)The Fargo operator of a medical waste incinerator would only accept Ebola-contaminated waste from other states after careful consideration, and it doesn't currently have any plans to do so, company officials said.
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Fargo facility could handle Ebola-related waste 7.11.2014 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Healthcare Environmental Services would only accept Ebola-contaminated waste from other states after careful consideration, and it doesn't currently have any plans to do so, company officials said.
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Fresh Air 5.11.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit that began this month saw a Beijing its own residents rarely see: one with minimum pollution, easy-moving traffic and less crowded Metro trains. Preparations for this started long back and included some big changes. In and around Beijing, construction sites, polluting industries, outdoor barbecues, waste incinerators and even cremation rites were either completely closed down or curtailed just before the summit. This will continue till November 12. To make up for the loss in production, some polluting industries worked at more than their usual capacity in October, leading to unexpectedly heavy smog during a month that is said to be the best time of the year in Beijing. In five cities within a 200-km distance from the capital, 30 per cent of vehicles have been banned from plying. Even highways passing through Beijing are out of bounds for heavy-emission vehicles.
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Marriages made in heaven but dumped here 5.11.2014 Vadodara - City - The Times of India
Rajkumar Sharma's 22-year-old son was engaged to a girl in Allahabad but his joy was short-lived
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Corp, Suchitwa Mission go ahead with contrasting plans 5.11.2014 Thiruvananthapuram News, Thiruvananthapuram City, Kerela News | Cities News - Times of India
Stage is set for another face-off between Suchitwa Mission and city corporation after the tussle over delay in granting technical sanction for organic waste ...
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Sabarimala clean-up ends 3.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Sabarimala clean-up ends
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Government will not tolerate poaching & illegal trade of wildlife products Illegal trade of wildlife products poses serious threat to biodiversity: Prakash Javadekar Illegal Wildlife Products incinerated at National Zoological Park 2.11.2014 Latest News
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change has said that Government would not tolerate illegal trade of wildlife products as it posed serious threat to biodiversity and sustainable development. Reiterating the need ...
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Government will not tolerate poaching & illegal trade of wildlife products 2.11.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change has said that Government would not tolerate illegal trade of wildlife products as it posed serious threat to biodiversity and sustainable development. Reiterating the need for harmonious co-existence of all living organisms on earth, Shri Javadekar said that Government wanted to send a strong signal against unethical and unlawful trade of wildlife products by destroying the seized products publically. The Minister added that money generated from illegal trafficking and trade of animals and poaching always found a way into illegal activities.
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Cleaning drive at Sabarimala 2.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Cleaning drive at Sabarimala
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Wildlife stock to be burnt on Sunday 2.11.2014 Asian Age: India
India will on Sunday start destroying its stockpile of seized illegal wildlife articles, including tiger pelts and ivory, to demonstrate the country’s commitment towards protection of its flora and fauna. The illegal wildlife products to be pulverised and burned by the ministry of environment and forests at the Delhi Zoo include those derived from tigers, elephants, leopards, lions, snakes, deer, mongoose, owls and shells. These were seized by the Delhi Wildlife department. “Highlighting the importance of protection of biodiversity, particularly wildlife, illegal wildlife products will be consigned to flames in the incinerator at the National Zoological Park (Zoo) in the presence of Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar,” the ministry said. The ministry noted that use of products of various animals and plants “often based on unjustified and unethical reasons” has been a factor flaming illegal activities like poaching, smuggling and illegal wildlife trade. In order to curb this unethical behaviour, the ...
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India to start destroying stockpile of illegal wildlife items 1.11.2014 Zee News : India National
India will on Sunday start destroying its stockpile of seized illegal wildlife articles, including tiger pelts and ivory, to demonstrate the country's commitment towards protection of its flora and fauna.
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Wildlife products seized from poachers to be burnt Sunday 1.11.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 1 : A large number of illegal wildlife products seized from poachers, including those derived from tigers, elephants, leopards, lions and snakes, will be burnt in the incinerator of Delhi zoo Sunday in the presence of Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar.
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Illegal wildlife products seized from poachers to be burnt Sunday 1.11.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 1 : Sending a strong message to poachers, a large amount of illegal wildlife products, including those derived from tigers, elephants, leopards, lions and snakes will be burnt in the Delhi zoo's incinerator Sunday in the presence of Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar.
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Wildlife products seized from poachers to be burnt Sunday 1.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
A large number of illegal wildlife products seized from poachers, including those derived from tigers, elephants, leopards, lions and snakes, will be burnt in the incinerator of Delhi zoo Sunday in the presence of Environment Minister Prakash ...
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Illegal wildlife products seized from poachers to be burnt Sunday 1.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Sending a strong message to poachers, a large amount of illegal wildlife products, including those derived from tigers, elephants, leopards, lions and snakes will be burnt in the Delhi zoo's incinerator Sunday in the presence of Environment Minister ...
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India to start destroying stockpile of illegal wildlife items 1.11.2014 CNN-IBN: India
India will on Sunday start destroying its stockpile of seized illegal wildlife articles, including tiger pelts and ivory, to demonstrate the country's commitment towards protection of its flora and fauna.
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