After carcasses of 18,000 migratory birds found at Sambhar Lake, near Jaipur, Rajasthan, National Green Tribunal, on 20 November 2019, directed a factual and action is taken report. The report has to be submitted jointly by all the stakeholders - State Wetland Authority; Rajasthan, National Wetland Authority; Government of India, District Magistrate of Jaipur and Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board. The report has to be submitted by 22 January 2020 and State Wetland Authority would be the nodal agency.
A report has been filed by Kerala State Pollution Control Board against the waste that is being dumped in and around Bharampuram on the outskirts of Kochi. Neither there is any scientific way to compost this legacy waste nor it is being segregated before dumping. On 20 November 2019, The Secretary, Local Bodies (Urban Development) was directed by National Green Tribunal to ensure the remedial action.
As a major step towards monitoring and control of air pollution, On 20 November 2019, National Green Tribunal directed state pollution control boards and pollution control committees to install the required number of ambient air quality monitoring stations within a year. Its quarterly report has to be submitted to the Central Pollution Control Board.
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