The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) on January 04, 2023, issued Draft Regulation of Common Effluent Treatment Plants Rules, 2022. The following has been stated- Roles and Responsibilities:
Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP)
Doe's implementation muscle needs strengthening In complete defiance of the court order and notices served by the Department of Environment (DoE) to install Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs), most of the industries falling under the severe and heavy polluter categories have been found to release their effluents in the rivers, canals and marshy lands surrounding the capital.
the World Bank ( wb ) has decided to stop investing in common effluent treatment plants ( cetp s) in Gujarat. Instead, it will assist in adoption of cleaner production technologies that
<img src="../files/images/20071031/30.jpg" align="left" /><font class="UCASE">T</font>he antibiotics we consume are now being found in effluents discharged by industrial estates in Andhra Pradesh. Shockingly, the quantities are not minuscule. Researchers who collected samples and then analysed them say the amount of antibiotics they detected has never been reported anywhere else in the world.
<img src="../files/images/20071031/34.jpg" align="left" /><b>Regulation has not worked for drug industry</b><br>