Chemicals & Health

Chemicals have become an integral part of our life and our linked to the development. However they are also linked to wide range of diseases which has become a public health issue. Therefore there is a greater need to manage them so as to minimize their adverse impactson public health and the environment.

Waste & Sustainability

Sustained economic growth and lifestyle changes fuels incremental change in consumption patterns and consequently places enormous pressure on natural resources increasing generation of toxics waste. With raw materials becoming scarce and energy more expensive, it is imperative that we use resources more efficiently, minimise waste generation and use waste as a resource for generation of secondary raw materials. For sustainability, it is also important that we focus on reducing the adverse impacts of waste on our air, soil and water.

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In a first, DPCC to study microplastics pollution in River Yamuna.

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GOA Environmental Film Festival

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Toxics Link Webinar on COVID BMW: Satish Sinha

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Nokia-Toxics Link Planet Ke Rakhwale
School Awareness Programme

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