Tirupur dyeing units told to approach Pollution Board

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on February 10, 2011

The First Bench of the Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered that no new petitions should be filed before this Court by the Common Effluent Treatment Plants and bleaching and dyeing units in Tirupur which were ordered to be closed by the Court by its order on January 28, 2011, and for further direction.

Hearing petitions from two units informing the Court that they had complied with the Court's directions and seeking exemption from the closure order, the Bench, comprising Chief Justice Mr M.Y. Eqbal and Mr Justice T.S. Sivagnanam, asked the petitioners to approach the TN Pollution Control Board with their petitions for necessary inspection and taking a decision in the matter.

The Bench, while posting the petition for February 10, asked the Pollution Control Board to inspect the unit along with the members of the monitoring committee and file a report. The petitioner was also directed to file an affidavit.

Published on February 08, 2011

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