GPCB Related Services

  • As per the Water Act 1974 and Air Act 1981, it is mandatory to obtain Consent to Establish (NOC) from respective State Pollution Control Board before commencement of the construction activities on the site. The process for obtaining consent to establish involves making an application in a prescribed format to respective State Pollution Control Board along with required documents and scrutiny fees. It is followed by physical inspection of the site and assessment of the environmental management system proposed so as to meet with the mandatory requirement prescribed by State pollution Control Board.

    Similarly as per the Water Act 1974 and Air Act 1981, it is mandatory to obtain Consent to Operate (CTO) from respective State pollution Control Board prior to commencement of the production activities. The process for obtaining consent to operate involves making an application in a prescribed format to respective State Pollution Control Board along with required documents and scrutiny fees. It is followed by physical inspection of the site to verify the compliance and implementation of the conditions of the CTE (NOC) issued by the State Pollution Control Board.

  • Besides streamlining and simplifying of regulatory regime,Gujarat Pollution Control Board has taken initiative in from of introduction of Consolidated Consent and Authorization (CC&A) which provides for a one shot application and clearance of the consents under Water Act,Air Act and Authorization under Hazardous Wastes

  • The Environmental Clearance Certificate is mandatory requirement for the project activities included in the Schedule of EIA notification dated 14th September 2006 { under Environment (Protection ) Act 1986} , before initiating any project related activities on the site . The procedure for obtaining Environmental Clearance Certificate involves following major steps.

    - Submission of an application in a prescribed application format either to the Ministry of Environment & Forest New Delhi (in case of Category A projects)or the Department of Environment & Forest of the respective State Government ( in case of Category B projects)
    - Approval of Terms of Reference for preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment Study report by concerned Authority
    - Preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report as per approved TOR (covering Environmental Quality Data of one full season other than Monsoon) only by the NABET accredited EIA Consultant
    - Public Hearing Process based on Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report prepared
    - Submission of Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report along with minutes of Public Hearing to concerned authority for final appraisal and issuance of ECC.
    - The anticipated duration for getting ECC is ranging between 6 months to 12 months. Ramans Enviro Services Private Ltd provides complete technical supports for the process of obtaining ECC.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an integral part of planning and development. It is a process by which the anticipated effects on the environment of a proposed development are measured to inform the decision making process. The EIA process can often be seen as complex and confusing, particularly for key stakeholders. However, if managed well it offers an opportunity to de-risk development and enhance reputation.

    At KMS we understand the importance of a consentable development and our aim is to achieve a successful consent with the minimum of fuss that maximises commercial viability.

    KMS has successfully delivered a considerable number of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and produced many Environmental Statements (ESs) for a diverse range of development projects. From supporting successful consent for large scale wind farms, through to providing specific environmental appraisals and technical reports for residential property developments. With offices across the UK we bring an in-depth understanding of the environmental jurisdiction across many different planning authorities.

    Our approach is to focus the EIA process upon the key issues and take a proportionate approach to the assessment to minimise project risk and maximise opportunities for success.

  • The anticipated duration for getting ECC is ranging between 6 months to 12 months. Ramans Enviro Services Private Ltd provides complete technical supports for the process of obtaining ECC.

    The scheme is being implemented by GPCB as per guideline of the order.

    As per this scheme the type of industries classified under Schedule I & II are required to submit the Environmental Audit Report for previous calendar year before 31st Jan of succeeding year got carried out only by the Environmental Auditors recognized by GPCB .

    Non submission of such reports are liable to closure as per the order of the Honorable High Court of Gujarat.

  • Most of the process manufacturing plants generate liquid, gaseous and solid effluents. These effluents contain organic, inorganic, suspended and dissolved impurities. These impurities create pollution in the environment where it is disposed off. Effluents are waste matter present in water, typically coming from an industrial or domestic use. It has become an absolute necessity to control and treat these effluents before letting out into the environment so as to maintain and prevent the environment. With the increase in industrialization, there is a tremendous need to dispose these effluents in an Eco-friendly manner. To cater to this need, effluent treatment plant has come into use. Treatment of these effluents differs based upon the type and nature of industries, its characteristics, and the generation of effluents. We also provide supreme effluent treatment plant design to our clients.

    At KMS we design, plan, construct, commission, operate and manage effluent treatment plants. The ETP Designs we offer vary from Batch operations to continuous and from manual to automatic operations based on the nature, concentration, volume of effluents and the space availability. In-fluent characterization is a part of our service. This analysis will help in determining the strength and concentration of the effluents coming out of industrial plants. Our designed effluent treatment plants meet the regulatory norms of the Pollution Control regulatory authorities.

    Environmental management system (EMS) is the part of an organization’s management system that is used to establish and implement its environmental policy, objectives, targets and manage its environmental aspects with the goal of protecting the environment.

    Benefits of the Environmental Management System
    - By putting the environmental policies & procedures in place and enforcing them, the resources and wastes can be well managed which leads to cost reductions.
    - Emphasizes the organization's commitment towards protecting environment and preventing pollution.
    - Ensure legal compliance by which environmental legal responsibilities are satisfied and better managed.
    - Helps to manage and mitigate environmental risks.
    - Improve environmental performance of not only the organization but also of its supply chain.
    - Be part of the global environmental protection initiatives.
    - Boost organization's public perception and brand image.

  • The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), statutory organisation, was constituted in September, 1974 under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.

    CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) has started EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) Authorization all over India. EPR is mandatory for all the importers, traders, manufacturers and for the bulk user of Electronic and Electrical Equipments (EEE) and their spare parts In India.

    Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) is the government department that is issuing EPR Authorization central department in India for the E-waste recycling. No other State department is issuing this certificate.

    In India, MOEF (Ministry of Environment and Forest) is the licensing authority to issue certification for import and export of hazardous wastes. Necessary packing, labeling, quality, duties and responsibilities are to be maintained by the occupier.In export import trade, permission from Ministry of Environment and Forest is required if such export or import goods contain hazardous wastes.

    MOEF (Ministry of Environment and Forest) is the authority which is covering all kinds of imports and exports license related to the hazardous products which have direct impact on our Environment. MOEF ministry is responsible for the proper safeguard of our Environment.

    he exporter or importer has to apply for certification with Ministry of Environment and Forest (MOEF) in specified format for importing/exporting hazardous/recyclable wastes to use as raw materials. The material permitted shall be fully insured for transit as well as for any accidental occurrence and its cleanup operation, the adequate facility to handle imported hazardous waste in the form of his raw material with details.

  • We can conduct a range of air sampling and monitoring regimes specific for your project, including airborne metals, dust, volatile organic compounds and other contaminants that may be released during works. We can conduct personal exposure monitoring to ensure that your workers are not exposed to contaminants above the Safework Australia exposure standards, and boundary monitoring to ensure that contaminants produced from works are not being released to the local environment.

    We can conduct water sampling from a range of sources, including rivers, lakes and streams, to determine if your project is impacting the local environment and provide advice and recommendations to ensure contaminants are contained on site. We can also collect samples from household or commercial water supplies to ensure that the water you are drinking is meeting the Australian Drinking Water Guideline.

    We can conduct a range of environmental soil investigations for your project, either prior, during or post development to ensure your site is meeting all regulatory guidelines. We can undertake contaminated land assessments, acid sulfate soil assessments and asbestos in soil assessments, and can provide a holistic approach for your project to manage environmental impact and remove contaminants from site.