The CPCB has asked oil firm Nayara Energy why a fine of Rs one crore should not be slapped on it and prosecution not initiated over non-compliance of the NGT order on installation of anti-pollution vapour recovery systems at fuel stations.
The CPCB had earlier slapped a fine of Rs 1 crore each on three public sector oil companies for their failure to install vapour recovery system (VRS) systems at fuel stations.
Last week, the CPCB also sent a show cause notice to Reliance industries, asking why a fine of Rs one crore should not be slapped on it and prosecution not initiated over non compliance of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order.
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), in the notice dated January 22, said the NGT had on September 28 directed oil companies to ensure installation of VRS in petrol pumps selling more than 300 kilolitres per month. Read More
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