Common Effluent Treatment Plants
Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.A huge investment of Rs 92,160 crore of development of physical infrastructure such as roads,rail,air links ,ports water supply,power , desalination plantand CETP (common effluent treatment plant) will have major impact on the region. The top beneficiary .is NAGARJUNA OIL
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Source:IBNLive - CHENNAI: Seven Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) projects in Tirupur have got the green signal by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board, according to Minister for Handlooms and Textiles Dr S Sundararaj. According to the policy note of handlooms
11.10 AM May 3rd 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Experts at the CII national meet on effluent treatment plants emphasised the need for cooperative efforts to ensure success of common effluent treatment plants and replication of successful business models. The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central and State
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