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21 thermal plants found to be non-compliant with norms: Govt

Source: Business Standard, Date: July , 2017

Source: Business Standard, New Delhi, July 25, 2017:- Twenty-one thermal power plants were found to be in need of upgradation of their pollution control systems, the government today said, asserting that appropriate action has been initiated against them.Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan in a written reply in Rajya Sabha said that the compliance with environmental norms in thermal power plants was monitored by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), state pollution control boards and pollution control committees. "Based on the inspections carried by the CPCB under the Environmental Surveillance Squad (ESS) and SMS alerts generated, 21 power plants were found non-compliant where pollution control systems need to be upgraded.

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