industrial sector

MoEFCC  recently issued a significant notification that introduces the Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Amendment Rules, 2023. This latest amendment represents a progressive step towards enhancing the existing framework of waste management in India, particularly in the context of Extended Producer Responsibility (ERP) for Used Oil. The key highlights of this notification…

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) unveiled a significant initiative concerning E-Waste Regulation Compliance pertaining to generate EPR certificate. This initiative directly relates to Producers and Recyclers, operating within the framework of the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2022. Role of Producers and Recyclers under E-Waste (Management) Rules Within these regulations, Recyclers are mandated to engage in E-Waste…

MoEFCC introduced a groundbreaking change by amending the Green Revolution Environmental Policy 2.0, which was originally dated September 14, 2006. Moreover, these extensive amendments comprehensively address a wide range of activities, encompassing new projects, expansions of existing projects, and modernization efforts. After all of these actions are carried out with a primary focus on their…

Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) enacted the standardization of semiconductor industrial sector classification into Red, Orange, Green, and White Categories. CPCB has also classified nine additional industrial sectors, which include Scrapping Centers, Used Cooking Oil Collection Centers, Compressed/Refined Biogas, Railway Stations, Dairy Farms, Gaushalas, Building and Construction Projects with a built-up area of up to…