DPCC Waste Authorizations

E-Waste Authorization

10000 10000 + GST@18%+Govt. Expenses

  • Document Collection
  • Document Processing
  • Online Application Submission
  • Offline Application Submission
  • DPCC Follow ups
  • Monitoring Reports (Air/Water/Noise)
  • Govt. Fee Submission
  • Delivery of E-Waste Authorization

Hazardous Waste Authorization

10000 10000 + GST@18%+Govt. Expenses

  • Document Collection
  • Document Processing
  • Online Application Submission
  • Offline Application Submission
  • DPCC Follow ups
  • Monitoring Reports (Air/Water/Noise)
  • Govt. Fee Submission
  • Delivery of HWM Authorization

Bio- Medical Waste Authorization

10000 10000 + GST@18%+Govt. Expenses

  • Document Collection
  • Document Processing
  • Online Application Submission
  • Offline Application Submission
  • DPCC Follow ups
  • Monitoring Reports (Air/Water/Noise)
  • Govt. Fee Submission
  • Delivery of BMW Authorization

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E - Waste Authorization

The E-Waste  rules  apply to every manufacturer, producer, consumer, bulk consumer, collection centres, dealers, e-retailer, refurbisher, dismantler and recycler involved in manufacture, sale, transfer, purchase, collection, storage and processing of e-waste or electrical and electronic equipment listed in Schedule I, including their components, consumables, parts and spares which make the product operational but shall not apply to - 

(a) used lead acid batteries as covered under the Batteries (Management and Handling) Rules, 2001 made under the Act;
(b) micro enterprises as defined in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (27 of 2006); and
(c) radio-active wastes as covered under the provisions of the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 (33 of 1962) and rules made there under.

Documents Required for E-Waste Authorization

1.    Name and full address:
2.    Contact Person with designation and contact details such as telephone Nos, Fax. No. and E-mail:
3.    Authorization required for (Please tick mark appropriate activity)
(i)    Generation during manufacturing or refurbishing*    
(ii)    Treatment, if any    
(iii)    Collection, Transportation, Storage    
(iv)    Refurbishing    
4.    E-waste details:
(a)    Total quantity e-waste generated in MT/A
(b)    Quantity refurbished (applicable to refurbisher)
(c)    Quantity sent for recycling
(d)    Quantity sent for disposal
5.  Details of Facilities for storage/handling/treatment/refurbishing:
6.  In case of renewal of authorization previous authorization no. and date and details of annual returns:

Hazardous Waste Authorization (HWM)

Hazardous Waste Management Rules are notified to ensure safe handling , generation, processing, treatment, package, storgae, transportation, use reporcessing, collection, conversion, and offering for sale, destruction and disposal of Hasardous Waste. These Rules came into effect in the year 1989 and have been amemded later in the years 2000, 2003 and with final notification of the Hazardous Waste ( Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2008 in supersession of former notification. The Rules lay down corresponding duties of various authorities such as MoEF, CPCB, State/UT Govts., SPCBs/PCCs, DGFT, Port Authority and Custom Authority while State Pollution Control Boards/ Pollution Control Committees have been designated with wider responsibilites touching across almost every aspect of Hazardous wastes generation, handing and their disposal.

Part A: General (to be filled by all)

1. (a) Name and address of the unit and location of facility:
   (b)    Name of the occupier of the facility or operator of disposal facility with designation, Tel, Fax and e-mail:
   (c)    Authorization required for (Please tick mark appropriate activity or activities:











































      (d) In case of renewal of authorization previous authorization numbers and dates and provide copies of annual returns of last three years including the compliance reports with respect to the conditions of Prior Environmental Clearance, wherever applicable:
2. (a) Nature and quantity of waste handled per annum (in metric tons or kilo liter)
   (b) Nature and quantity of waste stored at any time (in metric tons or kilo liter)
3. (a) Year of commissioning and commencement of production:
   (b) Whether the industry works:


01 Shift



02 Shifts



Round the clock



4. Provide copy of the Emergency Response Plan (ERP) which should address procedures for dealing with emergency situations (viz. Spillage or release or fire) as specified in the guidelines of Central Pollution Control Board. Such ERP shall comprise the following, but not limited to:
• Containing and controlling incidents so as to minimize the effects and to limit danger to the persons, environment and property
• Implementing the measures necessary to protect persons and the environment
• Description of the actions which should be taken to control the conditions at events and to limit their consequences, including a description of the safety equipment and
resources available
• Arrangements for training staff in the duties which they are expected to perform
• Arrangements for informing concerned authorities and emergency services and
• Arrangements for aiding with off-site mitigatory action

5. Provide undertaking or declaration to comply with all provisions including the scope of submitting bank guarantee in the event of spillage, leakage or fire while handling the hazardous and other waste.

Part B: To be filled by hazardous waste generators

1. (a) Products and by-products manufactured (names and product wise quantity per annum):
   (b)    Process description including process flow sheet indicating inputs and outputs (raw materials, chemicals, products, by-products, wastes, emissions, waste water etc.) Please attach separate sheets:
   (c)    Characteristics (waste-wise) and Quantity of waste generation per annum
   (d)    Mode of management of (c) above
       i. Capacity and mode of secured storage within the plant
       ii.Utilization within the plant (provide details)
       iii.If not utilized within the plant, please provide details of what is done with this waste
       iv. Arrangement for transportation to actual users/ TSDF

(e) Details of the environmental safeguards and environmental facilities provided for safe handling of all the wastes at point (c) above

2. Hazardous and other wastes generated as per these rules from storage of hazardous chemicals as defined under the Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989

Part C: To be filled by Treatment, storage and disposal facility operators

1. Provide details of the facility including:
   (i) Location of site with layout map
   (ii)Safe storage of the waste and storage capacity
   (iii) The treatment processes and their capacities
   (iv)    Secured landfills
    (v)    Incineration, if any
    (vi) Leachate collection and treatment system
    (vii)Firefighting systems
    (viii)Environmental management plan including monitoring and
    (ix) Arrangement for transportation of waste from generators

2. Provide details of any other activities undertaken at the Treatment, storage and disposal facility site.

3. Attach a copy of prior Environmental Clearance.

Part D: To be filled by recyclers or pre-processors or co-processors or users
of hazardous or other wastes

1. Nature and quantity of different wastes received per annum from domestic sources or imported or both:
2. Installed capacity as per registration issued by the District Industries Centre or any other authorized Government agency. Provide copy:
3. Provide details of secured storage of wastes including the storage capacity:
4. Process description including process flow sheet indicating equipment details, inputs and outputs (input wastes, chemicals, products, by-products, waste generated, emissions, waste water, etc.). Attach separate sheets:
5. Provide details of end users of products or by-products:
6. Provide details of pollution control systems such as Effluent Treatment Plant, scrubbers, etc. including mode of disposal of waste:
7. Provide details of occupational health and safety measures:
8. Has the facility been set up as per Central Pollution Control Board guidelines? If yes, provide a report on the compliance with the guidelines:
9. Arrangements for transportation of waste to the facility:

Documents required: -

1. Application Form duly completed in all respect.
2. Authorization Fee.
3. Undertaking in prescribed format duly signed by the applicant.
4. Photographs of Display Boards 1 & 2.
5. Photographs of Containers.
6. PAN Card of the Industrial Unit/ Proprietor/HCU except Govt. Owned /PSU agencies.
7. Original Authorization letter except in case of individual proprietary concern.

Bio-Medical Waste (BMW) Authorization

Bio-Medical Waste Management

Bio-medical Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 1998 were notified by the Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 6, 8 and 25 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986), and in supersession of the Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 and further amendments made thereof, the Central Government vide G.S.R. 343(E) dated 28 th March, 2016 published the Bio-medical Waste Management Rules, 2016. These rules apply to all persons who generate, collect, receive, store, transport, treat, dispose, or handle bio medical waste in any form including hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, dispensaries, veterinary institutions, animal houses, pathological laboratories, blood banks, ayush hospitals, clinical establishments, research or educational institutions, health camps, medical or surgical camps, vaccination camps, blood donation camps, first aid rooms of schools, forensic laboratories and research labs.

The prescribed authority for enforcement of the provisions of these rules in respect of all the health care facilities located in any State/Union Territory is the respective State Pollution Control Board (SPCB)/ Pollution Control Committee (PCC) and in case of health care establishments of the Armed Forces under the Ministry of Defence shall be the Director General, Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS). These rules stipulate duties of the Occupier or Operator of a Common Bio-medical Waste Treatment Facility as well as the identified authorities. According to these rules, every occupier or operator handling bio-medical waste, irrespective of the quantity is required to obtain authorisation from the respective prescribed authority i.e. State Pollution Control Board and Pollution Control Committee, as the case may be.

Documents Required for Bio-Medical Waste (BMW) Authorization for Health Care Units/Combined Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Facility

1. Particulars of Applicant:
(i)Name of the Applicant: (In block letters & in full)
(ii) Name of the health care facility (HCF) or common bio-medical waste treatment facility (CBWTF):
(iii)Address for correspondence:
(iv) Mobile No:
(v) Tele No., Fax No.:
(vii)Website Address:

2. Activity for which authorization is sought:

Generation, Segregation, Collection, Storage, Packaging, Reception, Transportation, Treatment or Processing or Conversion, Recycling, Disposal or Destruction use Offering for sale, transfer Any other form of handling

3. Application for fresh or renewal of authorization 
i) Applied for CTO/CTE Yes/No
ii)In case of renewal previous authorization number and date:
iii)Status of Consents:
(a)under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
(b)under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981:

4. (i) Address of the health care facility (HCF) or common bio-medical waste treatment facility (CBWTF):
(ii) GPS coordinates of health care facility (HCF) or common bio-medical waste treatment facility (CBWTF):

5. Details of health care facility (HCF) or common bio-medical waste treatment facility (CBWTF):
(i) Month & Year of Establishment
(ii)Number of beds of HCF:
(iii)Whether the HCE is located in Sewered Area: Yes    No
(iv)Status of Laundry existence:   Yes    No
(v)Number of patients treated per month by HCF:
(vi)Number healthcare facilities covered by CBMWTF:       (vii)No of beds covered by CBMWTF:      
(viii)Installed treatment and disposal capacity of CBMWTF:--------Kg per day (ix)Quantity of biomedical waste treated or disposed by CBMWTF:-------Kg/ day

(x)Area or distance covered by CBMWTF: (pls attach a map with GPS locations of CBMWTF and area of coverage)

(xi) Quantity of Biomedical waste handled, treated or disposed:


Type of Waste

Quantity Generated or Collected, kg/day

Method of Treatment and Disposal

(Refer Schedule- I)











(a) Human Anatomical Waste:



(b)Animal Anatomical Waste :

(c) Soiled Waste:

(d) Expired or Discarded Medicines:

(e) Chemical Solid Waste:

(f) Chemical Liquid Waste :

(g) Discarded linen, mattresses, beddings contaminated with blood or body fluid.

(h) Microbiology, Biotechnology and other clinical laboratory waste:


Contaminated Waste (Recyclable)




White (Translucent)


Waste sharps including Metals:







Metallic Body Implants


6.Brief description of arrangements for handling of biomedical waste (attach details):
(i) Mode of transportation (if any) of bio-medical waste:
(ii)Details of treatment equipment (please give details such as the number, type & capacity of each unit)
No of units    Capacity of each unit
Incinerators: Plasma Pyrolysis: Autoclaves: Microwave: Hydroclave: Shredder:
Needle tip cutter or destroyer
Sharps encapsulation or concrete pit:
Deep burial pits: Chemical disinfection: Any other treatment equipment:
7. Contingency plan of common bio-medical waste treatment facility (CBWTF)(attach documents):
8. Details of directions or notices or legal actions if any during the period of earlier authorization
9. Declaration

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