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“We are a group of people working together for environmental justice and freedom from toxics. We have taken it upon ourselves to collect and share information about the sources and dangers of poisons in our environment and bodies, as well as about clean and sustainable alternatives for India and the rest of the world.”

Conference on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on 4th & 5th Feb 2016

 The research studies claim that manmade chemicals have the potential impact on the endocrine system and may influence with the development process of humans and wildlife species. These chemicals are mostly termed as the Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs).

Question no 78 : Non compliance of E Waste Rules by producers

Government Of India , Ministry Of  Environment, Forests And Climate Change, Rajya Sabha

Question No  78: Non compliance of E Waste Rules by producers ,Answered On  07.12.2015

78           Shri Ravi Prakash Verma

Will the Minister of ENVIRONMENT, FORESTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE be pleased to state :-

India Rivers Day 2015

Source : South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People (SANDRP), New Delhi, 28 November 2015

The India Rivers Day Function brought together several individuals and organisations who have been working on the issues of river conservation in the country.

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Hard times with hardware junk

Source : Telegraph India, Jharkhand, 28 November 2015

State pollution control board fumbles at green tribunal's order on e-waste inventory

Talk e-waste and it is Hebrew or even Fortran for our pollution watchdog.

E-waste: NGT seeks info on generation, recycling and disposal

Source :Economic Times,New Delhi, 26 November 2015

Heeding to a plea that the implementation of e-waste Rules as envisaged under the law was not being done properly, the National Green Tribunal has directed state pollution control boards to submit complete information on e-waste generation, recycling and its disposal.

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Toxics Link
H2 (Ground Floor), Jungpura Extension
New Delhi - 110014, India
Telephone: 91-11-24328006, 24320711
Fax: 91-11-24321747
Website: www.toxicslink.org