Tag: Karnataka State Pollution Control Board

Awareness on pollution hogs limelight at KSPCB stall
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Awareness on pollution hogs limelight at KSPCB stall

November 21, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: ‘Irivudonde Bhoomi, Idara Rakshane Nammellara Hone’ (There is only one Earth, it is the responsibility of everyone to protect it), a public awareness campaign on environmental pollution was inaugurated at the KSPCB (Karnataka State Pollution Control Board) stall in Dasara Exhibition premises on Saturday. Speaking after inaugurating the stall, KSPCB Chairman Dr. Shanth A….

KSPCB bans single-use plastic in city from July 1
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KSPCB bans single-use plastic in city from July 1

June 29, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: After multiple attempts by the State Government, the Mysuru District Administration and the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) to ban single-use plastic, now it is the turn of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) to enforce a blanket ban on all kinds of single-use plastic products with effect from July 1 in Mysuru city….

KSPCB officials raid, seal illegal dyeing unit in city
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KSPCB officials raid, seal illegal dyeing unit in city

January 1, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The officials of Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), who raided an illegal dyeing unit yesterday, have sealed the unit and three workers have been handed over to Police custody. Following a tip off that an illegal dyeing unit was functioning at the godown on Ring Road near Alanahalli Police Station, KSPBC officials raided…

Non-Green Pataki shops shut
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Non-Green Pataki shops shut

November 14, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Several cracker traders shut their stalls at various locations in city this morning after Police and Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) officials strictly insisted on selling only green crackers and refused to allow the sale of conventional crackers. A trader fell at the feet of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Dr….

Pollution Board collects samples of smelly water
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Pollution Board collects samples of smelly water

October 28, 2019

Mysuru: Following a Spot-Billed Pelican’s death at Kukkarahalli Lake, officials from the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) visited the Lake this morning and collected the water samples in the area where the Pelican had died. The water is smelly and greenish in colour and four bottles have been collected which will be sent to…

‘Companies should focus on Lake development, cleanliness’
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‘Companies should focus on Lake development, cleanliness’

March 24, 2019

Mysuru: “Companies should be caring more about environment and through CSR activities, they should focus more on lake development, cleanliness and such other activities in the vicinity. Company Secretaries, who are closely working with the Directors and the Management, should convince their clients or employers in this regard,” said  M.G. Yathish, Regional Officer, Karnataka State…

‘Environment-Friendly School’ award presented
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‘Environment-Friendly School’ award presented

March 18, 2019

Mysuru:  The District-level ‘Environment-Friendly School’ award instituted by Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) and Janajagruthi Rural Development Institute (JRDI) has been bagged by Devagalli Government Higher Primary School in Hunsur taluk. The award was presented at a function held at the Town Hall here on Saturday by DDPI Panduranga to the School Head Master…

Karnataka River Water is not as safe as you think
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Karnataka River Water is not as safe as you think

February 22, 2019

Karnataka State Pollution Control Board releases river pollution statistics Cauvery, Kabini, Lakshmanatheertha are among polluted rivers Conventional treatment, disinfection process must before consumption Think before you take a sip of river water. The water you drink or use for your daily needs may not be as safe as you think. With more than millions of…

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