Air Pollution Control

April 10, 2011 by staff 

Air Pollution Control, The Central Pollution Control and the Ministry of Environment and Forests have lifted the moratorium on the creation of new industries in Faridabad and Panipat towns of Haryana, Bhupinder Singh Hooda Chief Minister said on Sunday.

Hooda said the ministry’s decision follows the action plans for these people who are preparing the Board of Haryana Pollution Control (HPCB) to combat pollution.

Faridabad and Panipat are two of the most industrialized cities of the State and this has led to increased pollution levels in recent years.

Under the new plan of action, factories will have to adhere to environmental pollution and strict guidelines and will not be able to discharge waste without any control, officials said here.

Hooda appealed to owners of industrial units to present and preserve water bodies and ensure that only appropriate treatment effluents are discharged from their units.

He said the industry should be aware of their responsibility towards protecting the environment and take appropriate measures to control water pollution and air pollution caused by their units.

The premier urged entrepreneurs to recycle and reuse the treated effluent and try to zero discharge into reality.

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