The list, submitted to the NGT, included the Brahmapuram plant and 12 chemical factories.
The IAS officer took charge as the head of the district administration on Thursday even as the region has been facing a crisis caused by the fire outbreak at the waste management plant at Brahmapuram.
On Women's Day, Renu Raj received a government order transferring her to Wayanad.
Dr Renu told the court that the corporation had been warned before the fire incident. The warning was given due to rising temperatures, she said.
The reshuffle comes amidst the controversy surrounding the fire at the Brahmapuram solid waste plant.
The district collector said no serious health issues due to the smoke have been reported yet. She advised those with lung diseases, children below 12 and pregnant women to be cautious.
At least 146 firefighters, the Navy and the Air Force helped douse the fire at the waste dump yard. Per minute, 60,000 litres were pumped.
Renu Raj's official Facebook page is being bombarded with complaints from parents and public for not declaring Monday holiday for high school and college students.
Meanwhile, she asked the residents of Brahmapuram to stay home on Sunday and said more oxygen kiosks would be set up in the region.
One person was charred to death while 4 others were seriously injured in a massive explosion at the unit that functioned in a densely populated area.