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.

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. […]

How to set up a Lithium-ion battery recycling business in India?

An increase in electronic and Electrical equipment has augmented the demand for lithium-ion batteries, one of the most widely used batteries for EEE. Lithium-ion batteries contain the least amount of toxic chemicals compared to other batteries. Therefore, recycling lithium-ion batteries is also a most environmentally sustainable method that is regulated under the newly introduced Battery […]

Environmental Compliance for Plastic Buttons Manufacturers

Buttons, although small, are necessities in any clothing item. Regardless of their shape, size or colour, they serve a very important purpose in the fashion industry.  Plastic Buttons dominate the button market because of their cheap cost and versatility, but because plastic buttons are made , if not managed properly, they cause harm to the […]

Guidelines Related to the Import of Plastic Toys

Plastic Toys are one of the most widely used toys comprising of 19 per cent of the toys market. According to global market research on toys, the market is expected to grow beyond 135 billion dollars due to increasing demand for innovative toys with advanced technology. Indian Toys Industry is estimated to be $1.5 bn […]

Environmental Compliance for Plastic Toy Manufacturers

The toys industry is one of the most plastic-intensive industries that use 40 tons of plastic for every 1 million dollars in revenue. Around 90 per cent of toys are made of plastic containing heavy metals like cadmium, lead or other toxic chemicals like dioxins. Because of this reason plastic toy industry is also one […]

Environmental norms governing Plastic Injection Moulding for Cosmetic Packaging

Injection Moulding is the production method that includes the process of injecting molten materials into the mould that is used for making products produced in large quantities. The cosmetic packaging includes cosmetic jars, Roll-on bottles and tubes, Powder Compact, lipstick tubes, Pump Bottles and Squeeze tubes. It is estimated that Cosmetic Industry is worth 500 […]

Analysis of the Battery Waste Management Rules, 2022

On 24 August 2022, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, as per the power delegated under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986[1], published the notification regarding new Battery Waste Management rules, 2022 replacing the Batteries (Management and handling) Rules, 2001. The new amended rules have implemented the policy of Extended Producers’ Responsibility on the […]

Coalition Between Informal And Formal Sectors Of Waste Management

The business relating to the collection and managing the waste has been in place for as long as the waste has been accumulating and people have realized its monetary value. But, these “businesses” are mostly informal, which instead of decreasing pollution and improving the environment contribute more towards environmental damage by careless discarding the waste […]

Authorisation of Consent NOC for Nickle and Chrome Plating Factories

With increasing industrialisation and the requirement of people for better equipment, many manufacturing units have increased their productivity and expanded their businesses, but many a time, in order to increase their production, they side-track their responsibility towards the environment. This is true, especially for industries involving metal plating where the wastewater released contains heavy metal, […]

What is an EPR certificate for the import of E-Waste?

Every year, tonnes and tonnes of e-Waste are illegally imported and dumped in India, making it difficult for authorities to properly manage and regulate the ever-growing collection of WEEE (Waste Electrical or electronic equipment). This has been recently addressed by many national and international authorities as one of the biggest reasons for growing waste in […]

Regulations Governing Biomedical Waste Management Business

Biomedical waste management is emerging as an important and crucial area of waste management with the rise in hospital and other health care facility waste, especially after Covid-19, where the Bio-medical waste has increased to an uncontrollable level. These types of waste are generated through various medical procedures, including surgeries, treatments, diagnoses etc. India in […]

MoEF Regulations Governing Hazardous Waste Import

The industrialisation has played a very important role in the development of the Country, but with increasing activities of these industries, the production of hazardous waste is inevitable. These hazardous waste disposed of without any proper treatment or management have proven to be very harmful to the environment and the human body due to their […]