Court hits hard at city bus agency

Date of Release: 
Apr 3 2014

The Supreme Administrative Court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling that found the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) guilty of dereliction of duty relating to its handling of black smoke-belching buses.

The court also found that the Pollution Control Department (PCD) had ignored its duties in enforcing pollution-control laws on the BMTA and had failed to monitor the agency even though the Central Administrative Court had ordered it to improve bus services and ensure they met requirements under the environmental protection law.


Capacity Development Key to Stopping Illegal Trade in Hazardous and Electronic Waste

Date posted: 
Dec 7 2012

Building capacity among environmental and customs officials for detecting illegal transboundary shipments of hazardous and electronic wastes was the focus of the Second International Hazardous Waste Inspection Project. 11 countries participated in the Project, which was convened by the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE) Seaport Environmental Security Network (SESN).

Strengthening Environmental Inspection in Vietnam

The counterpart inspectors from four countries met and shared their best practices and experiences on environmental inspection.



Strengthening Environmental Compliance Inspection Capacity in Indonesia

Indonesian delegates made a site visit to Singapore facilities during the training and observational program in March 2009.


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