The official claimed that the noise pollution was being caused due to the increasing number of vehicles by 15 to 20 per cent. VIJAYAWADA: Noise pollution levels at major localities in Vijayawada, including
<img src="files/images/20080131/dot.gif" align="centre">Proposes to irrigate around 230,000 hectares in Vijaywada, West & East Godavari and Visakhapatnam districts
Expects to commission another 500 MW unit later this year. Easing demand-supply The project was executed in partnership with Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd This plant will add about 3,500 million units a year
G.V.R. Subba Rao The bio-methanisation plant at Ajit Singhnagar in Vijayawada. VIJAYAWADA: With the bio-methanisation plant in the city failing to generate power from the gas produced by using municipal solid waste, the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC) is exploring various other possibilities to put the plant into use.
in yet another indictment of incineration technology, the waste-to-energy plant at Vijayawada recently stopped operations. There is now no functional incineration-based waste-to-energy plant in the