facebook-corpseed
Call us
Let's chat? - We're online

Hi 👋! Please fill out the form to chat with next available agent.

Hello ! Welcome to Corpseed, and thank you for visiting us. How can we help you today?
Tell us more about your requirements

CPCB Consultant and CPCB Agent in India

CPCB Consultant or Agent in India.png

Introduction: CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board):

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) was set up in 1974 by an Act of Parliament. The CPCB has been set up to monitor and analyze the ambient air quality in India and to take action to control and abate air pollution in areas where it is found to be harmful to public health. Under the CPCB there are 28 State/ Regional Boards. These boards were constituted as per the CPCB Rules made under the CPCB Act 1974. These RPBs regulate and monitor air, water, and noise pollution from various sources within their jurisdiction and also advise their respective State Governments on matters related to the environment. For example, an industrial unit may be required to obtain Consent to Establish (CTE) and Consent to Operate (CTO) under the Red, Orange, and Green category from the board prior to setting up an industry or expansion thereof. In addition, boards also carry out educational programs for the general public and industries on environmental issues like water conservation or responsible disposal of waste through workshops, seminars, etc.

--------------Blog Contact Form-------------

Types of NOCs that are Necessary:

In India, there are two types of NOCs necessary by the pollution control board in order to operate a business. The term "NOC" refers to a certificate that expresses no objection in the business. These are certificates issued by the State Pollution Control Board to a business. These permissions are granted in accordance with various environmental laws' norms and regulations.

Two Types of NOCs are Necessary:

  • Consent to Establish (CTE) – This is a one-time approval from the state pollution control board that is required before establishing a business.  To acquire consent to establish, a company must meet all legal requirements, including all needed standards and documents.
  • Consent to operate (CTO) – This is the second level of consent that an entity operating in India must obtain. Before establishing a unit, all industrial and commercial establishments must first seek Consent to Establishment. Following the submission of Consent to Establish and one month right before the start of Operations, the project management must apply for Consent to Operate after completing all of the conditions in the Consent to Establish.

NOC from Different Pollution Control Boards:

To receive a NOC and consent, the applicant must complete an application form and submit it with all required documents. Each state board, such as the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee, has its own application form and procedures. On their individual websites, applicants must fill out state pollution control board application forms. For your convenience, we've listed some of the state pollution control boards below, or you can directly call us our CPCB  consultant for better convenience. 

List of State Pollution Control Boards:

List of State Pollution Control Boards

S.NO.

STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

1

Andhra Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

2

Arunachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

3

Assam State Pollution Control Board

4

Bihar State Pollution Control Board

5

Chhattisgarh Environment Conservation Board

6

Goa State Pollution Control Board

7

Gujarat State Pollution Control Board

8

Haryana State Pollution Control Board

9

Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

10

Jammu & Kashmir State Pollution Control Board

11

Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board

12

Kerala State Pollution Control Board

13

Karnataka State Pollution Control Board

14

Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

15

Maharashtra State Pollution Control Board

16

Manipur State Pollution Control Board

17

Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board

18

Mizoram State Pollution Control Board

19

Nagaland State Pollution Control Board

20

Odisha State Pollution Control Board

21

Punjab State Pollution Control Board

22

Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board

23

Sikkim State Pollution Control Board

24

Tamil Nadu State Pollution Control Board

25

Telangana State Pollution Control Board

26

Tripura State Pollution Control Board

27

Uttar Pradesh State Pollution Control Board

28

Uttarakhand State Pollution Control Board

29

West Bengal State Pollution Control Board

Pollution Control Committees (PCC)

List of Pollution Control Committees

S.NO.

STATE CONTROL COMMITTEE

1

Delhi Pollution Control Committee

2

Puducherry Pollution Control Committee

3

Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee

4

Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Pollution Control Committee

5

Andaman & Nicobar Islands Pollution Control Committee

6

Lakshadweep Pollution Control Committee

Consent to Establish and Consent to Operate validity period shall be as follows:

The duration of the Consent to Establish will vary from one to seven years, depending on the Project Proponent's request. However, in the case of Red/Orange Category Industries, the Consent to Operate / Renewal will be granted for 5 years, and in the case of Green Category Industries, it will be granted for 10 years. According to the red, orange, and green categories of the industry, consent to operate is valid for 5, 10, and 15 years, respectively.

Tasks Performed by CPCB Consultant or Agent:

The objective of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) Consultant is to help in setup plants and license, permit and prevent and control pollution. CPCB Consultant also has to ensure that industries do not pollute any river or groundwater sources.

CPCB Consultant or Agent Duties:

The consultant is responsible for reviewing and identifying the work for parties and recommending appropriate points with clients or the board. The consultant performs field inspections and may collect, analyze and prepare samples of air, water or soil to determine compliance with the law. He/she also guide the client on pollution prevention, waste minimization, recycling, and other environmental issues. Team corpseed do these types of work for clients.

CPCB Consultant Areas of Work:

Who Can Apply For CPCB NOC Registration?

If your entities doing industrial establishment and your business operation involves or produces, manufacturing,  storing any of the following activities, then you need to apply for CPCB NOC Registration:

  • Manufacturing entities and traders.
  • Health Care Establishments.
  • Battery Waste Management Entities.
  • Plastic Waste Management Entities.
  • E-waste and Solid Management.
  • Bio-medical Waste.

CTE Approval Procedure Flow:

The Role of Corpseed as a CPCB Consultant | EPR authorization Consultancy | Pollution Control Consultant Agency:

We provide CPCB Consultation Service in order to meet the needs of our customers. We have a team of experienced Consultants who will carry out the client's request within the timeframe duration.   Aside from that, the CPCB CTE/CTO, permit & license, EPR authorization service cost is available at very low-cost prices. Call us for a free consultation for business setup- we provide all types of govt licenses & certifications. most trusted brand for entrepreneurs- zero risk payment- largest service network in India.

SPCB NOC

Any business activity or an institution that generates, collects, receives, stores, treats, disposes, or handles any kind of industrial or commercial, or individual waste in any manner is required to acquire CTE and CTO from authorities.

Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board Authorization

Each Commercial activity, be it Industrial, Mining or for Infrastructure purposes, is required to take prior permission from their respective State Pollution Control Board. Enjoy simple processing, fast updates, and, best of all, no hidden fees.

CPCB NOC

Any business activity or an institution which generates, collects, receives, stores, treats, disposes or handles any kind of industrial or commercial or individual waste in any manner is required to aquire CTE & CTO from authourities.

This portion of the site is for informational purposes only. The content is not legal advice. The statements and opinions are the expression of author, not corpseed, and have not been evaluated by corpseed for accuracy, completeness, or changes in the law.

BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION

Get help from an experienced legal adviser. Schedule your consultation at a time that works for you and it's absolutely FREE.

Author
Dheeraj Budhori
Dheeraj Budhori, an Internet Researcher & SEO, started his Optimizer journey in 2019. His top executive is his passion for search engine analysis & interest in understanding User psychology