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Environmental and regulatory issues related to thermal power stations in India

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2 Author(s)
Kapur, S.L. ; Nat. Thermal Power Corp. Ltd., New Delhi, India ; Swamy, C.N.

Coal based thermal power stations carry inseparable adverse impacts on the environment. These impacts can be minimised through adoption of suitable mitigatory measures. The paper discusses areas of environmental disturbances in thermal stations, the means of minimising the disturbances, important regulations of the government of India on environmental protection and issues affecting sustainable development

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Engineering Management Conference, 1993. Managing Projects in a Borderless World. Pre Conference Proceedings., 1993 IEEE International

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17-18 Dec 1993

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