Muskaan Verma

About Muskaan Verma

Muskaan has completed her BA.LLB and LLM, gaining vast legal knowledge and expertise. She has keen interest in legal research and content writing, having prior experience of publishing numerous research papers in international journals on Environmental Laws and Corporate Laws.

How to obtain CTE and CTO for stone crushers in West Bengal?

Industrial facilities are a significant source of pollution.West Bengal’s rapid industrial growth has placed a lot of strain on the environment. According to the CAG report on Performance Audit of Pollution by Industries in West Bengal, the state once had the most number of industries. The West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB)[1], a division of […]

Top 5 Eco- Friendly and Sustainable Business Ideas for New Entrepreneurs in Rural and Urban India

Businesses are changing today. In India’s present digital revolution, many sectors have adopted digital platforms and moving towards sustainable business practices. These developments have provided a level competing field for new entrants and a chance to compete with established market players. Many additional factors, apart from the earlier prerequisites (size of investment, dominance in the […]

Legalities involved in starting waste oil collection and refining facilities

Lubricants are subjected to degradation and contamination from continuous operation in various engines to fulfil their intended purpose of reducing friction between components. However, the base oil that is being used retains its chemical properties and can be reused if properly refined and treated, polished and added with the additional elements many manufacturers offer with […]

AEM Electrolysis to produce Green Hydrogen How does it work?

Hydrogen production through conventional methods still depends on fossil fuels, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. Using AEM Electrolysis to produce Green Hydrogen is a promising solution for decarbonising this sector as well as many linked sectors such as transportation, industry, and power generation. By 2050, carbon-neutral ‘green’ hydrogen will deliver a significant […]

Waste Oil Recycling Business in India and Business Opportunities in the Sector

The term oil includes engine oils, industrial oils, transmission oils, hydraulic and cutting oils etc., that are used as a lubricant medium to reduce friction and wear between bearing metallic surfaces. These oils have a running period, after which they have to be periodically replaced. Used lubricating oils are considered hazardous as it has the […]

Applicability of EC for excavation of ordinary earth from the borrow area

India’s economy ranks third in the world by purchasing power parity and is the sixth largest by nominal GDP. Both construction and mining play a vital role in the Indian economy, contributing significantly to GDP. The expansion of the infrastructure is correlated with the availability of raw materials like sand, cement, and bricks, among others. […]

How to Obtain EC for Building Construction Projects?

Numerous construction and development projects in the private and public sectors are in line today. Operations in the construction sector are of huge concern for any government. Building infrastructural projects in real estate boost businesses and many other related industries. Therefore, the building construction projects were brought under the ambit of environment clearance and require […]

How to Conduct Public Hearing during EIA?

Public hearing (PH), also known as public Consultation, refers to the process of ascertaining the concerns of local persons and others who have plausible stakes in environmental impacts of the project to take into account all the material concerns in the project or activity design. The main objective of Public Hearing during EIA is to […]

How to Draft EIA report to SPCB for Public Hearing

The present site clearance procedures for projects in the country insist on carrying out Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for specific projects under the EIA notification of 2006. This notification, which replaced the EIA notification of January 27, 1994, was released by the Ministry of Environment & Forest, Government of India, on September 14, 2006. The […]

A Complete Guide for Environmental Audit

Environmental auditing, in a wide sense, strives to assist in protecting the environment and minimise risks to the environment, human safety, and health through any corporate activity. While from a firm’s viewpoint, environmental auditing tries to determine if the company has complied with environmental laws and standards and meets the environmental objectives. Environmental audits can […]

Role of Environment Impact Assessment in Environmental Clearance

The process for obtaining government approval for the installation and modification (amendment) of specific projects is known as the environmental clearance process. It is necessary for initiatives with a high potential for environmental pollution. Through a notification issued in accordance with the requirements of the Environment (Protection) Act of 1986, the Ministry of Environment & […]

Business Opportunities for Alternatives to Single Use Plastic

In India, the plastics industry symbolizes a promising business segment that contributes towards both revenue generation and generating employment for all types of labours, whether be it skilled or semi-skilled, further contributing government initiative of  ‘Make in India’. Packaging materials which are mostly Single Use Plastic, account for 24% of the total consumption of plastic […]

Regulation governing the establishment of Battery Recycling Business for Small Scale Industries

With increasing digitalisation and a shift in the perspective of people towards more green technology, the battery market has seen an overall hike. This increase in the demand and usage of Batteries, although they have proven to be lucrative for manufacturers, is having an adverse effect on the environment. There is unregulated disposal of battery […]

How to patent E-Waste Recycling Technology in India?

The process of patenting that is applied to the e-waste recycling technology has revealed several exciting sides of the electronic waste management industry. Explicitly, the patent activity of global e-waste innovation points strongly to the commoditization of electronic waste; in particular as a source of expensive and functional materials, such as valuable earth metals (e.g. […]