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Why all these are not applicable to Tuticorin port or the one planned in AP or WB ?
What an eye opener! As an environmental engineer,disposal of sanitary napkins has always been a concern during waste...
A severe heat wave has hit most parts of central and southeastern Europe causing deaths, forest fires and damaging crops. Countries like
Romania, Austria, Croatia, Hungary are reeling under the heat. In Greece, where temperatures reached 39c on July
19, 115 cases of fires within a span of 24-hours were reported. Villages near the city of Corinth had been evacuated after a fire reached inhabited
areas and destroyed at least 10 houses. A major highway had to be closed down and a children's home evacuated in Athens that was engulfed in
smoke. Forest fires in the country also destroyed large tracts of forest on the Aegean islands of Skiathos and Lesvos.
Fire also raged over Mount Parintha for five days provoking warnings from conservationists. European Union environment commissioner, Stavros
Dimas, described the Parnitha blaze as "a massive ecological disaster". Earlier this month, the residents of Athens rallied outside the country's
parliament to protest against the failure of the authorities to avert environmental damage.