Rajasthan pollution control board’s public notice on March 2 to industrial units in Bhiwadi that they must shift to piped natural gas (PNG) by March 31, 2019 is unlikely to yield any result as not only the time window provided is very short but also there is no ground infrastructure that would facilitate the migration to the green fuel to comply with the order.
Moreover, industry associations in the area said that the shift would create a huge financial burden on the micro, small and medium entreprises (MSMEs) which they cannot afford.
After air pollution levels reached alarming levels in Delhi, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of principal secretary to PM which Read More
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