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S.No. Case No Case Name Remark Status Last Hearing Date View Doc
1 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS Call a report from a Committee consisting of:- (i) Collector Balaghat; (ii) Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board 2 The Committee is directed to visit the place and submit the action taken report within four weeks Pending 01/07/2020 View
2 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS State Pollution Control Board is directed to take remedial measures and proceed to calculate and recover the amount of compensation and issue show cause notice to Municipal Corporation or Nagar Nigam as to why the environmental compensation be not recovered for non-compliance of the order of the Principal Bench of this Tribunal. Pending 30/09/2020 View
3 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS In compliance with the order dated 30.09.2020 SPCB directed to calculate and recover the EC amount of Rs 45 lakh on Nagar Palika Balaghat. A show-cause notice is proposed to be sent to Nagar Palika, Balaghat Pending 20/01/2021 View
4 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS For Consideration of Report, and show cause notice has been sent to the polluter Pending 23/02/2021 Empty Doc
5 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS The report further reveals that the untreated water/sewage water is being directly discharged into the water bodies, affecting the quality of water, which is reported to be of Quality “D”. Accordingly, we direct the Collector, Balaghat, M.P. to constitute a committee consisting (1) One representative from the Collector, Balaghat, M.P., (2) One representative from the Municipal Corporation, Nagar Palika Parishad, Balaghat, M.P., (3) One representative from the State Pollution Control Board and direct to ensure that no untreated water / swage water be discharged into the water bodies. It is to be taken into account that the matter of discharge of untreated water into the water bodies has already been discussed and decided by the Principal Bench of this Tribunal, where it was directed that the State or the Authorities concerned must be responsible for the 14 payment of Rs. 5 Lac per month per nalla / drain, if the untreated water or swage water is discharged into the water bodies. The Committee /Collector is also directed to ensure the removal of encroachment within a time frame, in accordance with law. The area of the water body must be demarcated by Revenue Authorities, protected by any means and it should be ensured that no encroachment be permitted on the water bodies. Further, action taken and compliance report must be submitted within two (2) months. Pending 23/06/2021 View
6 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS Inspection Report in compliance to order dated 23.06.2021 Pending 26/03/2021 View
7 01/2018 STATE OF M.P. AND ORS The recommendations submitted by the Joint Committee and Collector, Balaghat are accepted. The area which is subject of encroachment must be removed in accordance with law. In this regard, the Collector has to follow the law & order and the Orders passed by the Hon‟ble High Court, as referred above. 2. The respondents, Collector, Balaghat, Municipal corporation, Balaghat are directed to ensure that no solid waste should be 88 thrown in the pond (it is substantial damage of environment) area and incase if it is found that there is a violation of Solid Waste Management Rule, 2016, State Pollution Control Board is directed to take necessary action, initiating prosecution as well as calculation and realization of environmental compensation as per parameters laid down and quoted above. Disposed 24/09/2021 View