Pay ₹4.8cr environment compensation, oil cos told
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 29, 2021
National Green Tribunal appointed joint committee has recommended ₹4.8 crore environment compensation to be collected from five Edible oil industries in and around Krishnapatnam port.
U.Sudhakarreddy

Hyderabad:

The applicant, Isanaka Vedavathi, submitted a representation to the NGT stating that the edible oil units have caused pollution.

The committee was first appointed in March 2020 to ascertain the status of functioning of edible oil refinery units at Krishnapatnam. It inspected the edible oil units in October 2020 and submitted the report during December 2020.

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