CPCB

AcronymDefinition
CPCBCentral Pollution Control Board (Delhi, India)
CPCBCentral Plains Center for Bioassessment (aquatic research)
CPCBCrew Procedures Control Board (NASA)
CPCBCurrent Protocols in Cell Biology (John Wiley and Sons; Somerset, NJ)
CPCBContinuous Psoas Compartment Block
CPCBCapital Pops Concert Band (Fair Oaks, CA)
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CPCB has issued show cause notices for closure to 23 tannery units in Unnao and Banther and based on the response received/action taken further course of action will be decided.
Based on the findings, the CPCB has recommended strict enforcement of stopping use of fire crackers after 10 pm.
In Kanpur, the CPCB is partnering, of its own volition, with a consortium of Indian research institutes and New York's nonprofit Blacksmith institute for remediation of groundwater polluted by hexavalent chromium.
So effectively, CPCB finds only 22 per cent of it polluted while it is actually per cent.
The CPCB has again asked the agencies exercising jurisdiction in Ganga mainstream states -Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal -to expedite the handover of the land for installation.
CPCB stated that municipal authorities have not given due attention for ensuring proper management of domestic sewage and Municipal Solid Waste.
The AQI has been developed by the CPCB in consultation with IIT- Kanpur and an expert group comprising medical, air- quality professionals.
Tenders are invited for Supply, Erection and commissioning of Online Affluent Quality Monitoring Station (BQMS) for measurement of BOD, COD and TSS connectivity to Care Air Centre, TNPCB, Chennai & CPCB, Delhi
The DPCC and CPCB teams shall inspect these hotels on March 22 and submit a report to the tribunal immediately.
Green tribunal asks CPCB & state boards to define ' highly polluting' industrial units on their websites
For a period of five years, the CPCB plans to use the scheme for collecting air quality data from its stations in 46 cities and 20 state capitals with a population of more than a million.
The data for the period 2000 to 2010 compiled by the Centre for Atmospheric Sciences at IIT- Delhi and CPCB shows that emissions of carbon monoxide ( CO) and nitrogen oxide ( NOX) have increased nearly 77 per cent and 29 per cent, respectively.