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Published on Thursday, 06 March 2014

Indian authorities halt textile dye pollution

Written by Brett Mathews

India pollutionJODHPUR – Reports are emerging from India that work has been suspended in hundreds of textile dyeing and printing units in the Pali district of Jodhpur because they were found to be running without Consent to Operate from the Rajasthan Pollution Control Board. The suspension, ordered by the National Green Tribunal – an Indian government environmental body – is said to affect around 80 per cent of the 600 or so dyeing and printing units in the district.


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