Control of Pollution Division


ENVIRONMENT HEALTH

  1. Notification S.O. No. 592(E) dated March 8, 2013 [pdf]

  2. Guidelines for the Scheme - 'Assistance for Abatement of Pollution' - 2012 [pdf]

  3. Notification S.O No. 692 (E) dated April 5, 2011 [pdf]

  4. CHECKLIST FOR NEW / UP-GRADATION PROPOSALS OF CETPs [pdf]

  5. Draft Report on "Environment & Social Assessment(ESA)" under the World Bank aided Capacity Building for Industrial Pollution Management Project for comments. [Old Report], [New Report] [Uploaded on 27.02.2009]

  6. G.S.R. 579 (E) 06-08-2008 - Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986 (Amendment)(Coffee Industry)

  7. Invitation of Nominations for the National Awards for Prevention of Pollution and Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology for the year 2006-2007.
  8. GUIDELIES FOR RECOGNITION OF LABORATORY UNDER THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT, 1986 [pdf], and [word].
  9. Ministry of Environment and Forest innvites expression of interest to hire services of a competent local firm/organization that can support establishment and management of a Project Preparation Cell(PPC).
  10. Assistance for Abatement of Pollution[html], [pdf], and [word].
  11. Guidelines for Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs)[html], [pdf], and [word].
  12. Gazette Notification for Recognition of Environmental Laboratories under Environment(Protection) Act,1986[html], [pdf], and [word].
  13. Guidelines for submission of proposals under the Scheme Waste Minimisation in Small & Medium Industries (SMIs) [html], [pdf], and [word].
  14. Proforma for Laboratory Recognition under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 [html], [pdf], and [word].
  15. Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution [html], [pdf], and [word].

  16. White Paper on Pollution in Delhi with an Action Plan


  17. Charter on Corporate Responsibility for Environment Protection (CREP)

The Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution, adopted in 1992 lays emphasis on pollution prevention in place of the conventional end-of-the-pipe treatment also identified the adoption of best available and practicable technologies as the key element for pollution prevention. The focus of the various programmes and schemes of the Ministry and its associated organizations related to pollution prevention and control is, therefore, on such issues such as promotion of clean and low waste technologies, waste minimization, reuse or recycling, improvement of water quality, environment audit, natural resource accounting, development of mass based standards, institutional and human resource development etc. The whole issue of pollution prevention and control is dealt with by a combination of command and control methods as well as voluntary regulations, fiscal measures, promotion of awareness etc.

Programmes of the Ministry related to prevention and control of pollution are :

  • Environmental Statement (as part of Environmental Audit)
  • Environmental Statistics and Mapping
  • Development and Promotion of Cleaner Technologies
  • Adoption of Cleaner Technologies in Small Scale Industries
  • Waste Minimizing
  • Programme for improvement of Quality of Automotive Fuels (Motor Gasoline and Diesel) for reducing Vehicular Pollution
  • Mission on Control of Vehicular Pollution from On-Road Vehicles
  • Noise Pollution
  • Environmental Epidemiological Studies
  • Development of Standards
  • Eco Labelling


For further information, please contact:


(Director)
Control of Pollution
Ministry of Environment & Forests
Government of India
Paryavaran Bhawan
CGO Complex, Lodi Road
New Delhi - 110 003.


Phone : +91-11-2436 0734

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