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Capacity Building Programme on Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Passive Building Concepts – Cuddalore

Electricity Consumer Cell (ECC), Cuddalore, organised a capacity building programme on “Energy efficiency, renewable energy, and passive building concepts” at Tirupathiripuliyur, Cuddalore, on March 26, 2019. The consumers who participated were from domestic, commercial, and agricultural sectors.

Mr. Selvaraj, Chairman, Federation of Consumer Organisations Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry (FEDCOT) welcomed all the participants and explained the purpose of the event. 

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Capacity Building Programme on Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Passive Building Concepts – Salem

Electricity Consumer Cell (ECC), Salem, organised a capacity building programme on “Energy efficiency, renewable energy, and passive building concepts” at Balamurugan Mandapam, Ammapet, Salem, on February 11, 2019. The purpose of the event was to impart knowledge and create awareness on the above topics to consumers. The target audience comprised of masons, electricians, domestic, commercial, and small scale industrial consumers. Mr J.M.

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Linking plastics and public health in Kodungaiyur: Analysis of Symptoms Diary

A study to assess the human rights impacts of businesses, to understand the health impacts of plastics on people living and working around the Kodungaiyur dump yard using a symptoms diary and in-depth interviews.

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Analysis of Data from Health Service Providers: Linking Plastics and Health Disorders in Kodungaiyur

A study to assess the human rights impacts of business practices by analysing data from health service providers, with the goal of pushing for tighter regulations and liability laws around producer accountability.

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Single-use Plastics in Chennai Markets: Pre- and Post-ban

The plastic ban instituted by the Government of Tamil Nadu has made an important statement about tackling plastic pollution. In a quick pre-ban and post-ban survey of key markets in Chennai, CAG has found a heartening reduction in use of single-use plastic for packaging fruits, vegetables, flowers, and spices.