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Muskaan Verma

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.

Regulations Governing Pollution Board Certificate for Asbestos Products Manufacturing

Reading Time: 5 minutes Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that is found in rock and soil all over the world. It naturally occurs in fibrous minerals whose long fibres are women and spun together to make material which is flexible, solid and resistant to most acid, solvents and heat. Asbestos is used in many everyday products like: Plasters […]

Growth Opportunities in Recycling and Waste Management Business

Reading Time: 4 minutes Waste generation is associated with almost every activity conducted by human beings for a long period of time. But in the present scenario, it has become a matter of concern and priority due to the increasing gap between the amount of waste generated and waste managed, especially in developing countries like India. With this increasing […]

What are the requirements for an e-waste management business project report?

Reading Time: 5 minutes The E-waste management business project report is a document which is made for giving the authorities comprehensive details on the business activities undertaken by the business owner. The project report must contain: – Market overview of the business undertaken, which in this case is E-Waste Management Overview of the subject matter of the business Overview […]

Overview of Computer Hardware Scrap License Requirements

Reading Time: 4 minutes Computers and other EEE (Electric and Electronic Equipment) have become the basic necessity of human life with computers being used by children from a very young age to adults. With this rise in the utilisation of computers, the waste relating to computer hardware is also increasing day by day with 82% of India’s E-Waste comprising […]

Aluminium Scrap Cable Import License in India

Reading Time: 4 minutes In recent years the amount of illegal imports has increased in India, leading to an irreversible environmental crisis and a rise in the accumulation of waste. This has also made authorities like the Ministry of Environment, forest and Climate Change and The central Pollution Control Board monitor and regulate the already unmanageable amounts of waste […]

Regulations governing MoEF Certificate for Import of Rubber Scrap

Reading Time: 5 minutes Rubber is used in many ways in day-to-day life, whether be it in toys for kids or automobiles, but, despite its numerous uses, the processing of rubber has proven to be highly hazardous for the environment and human health. The industries processing rubber release toxic effluents and wastewater that contains a high amount of ammonia […]

How to Get Pollution Control License for Scrap?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Nowadays, with the increase in awareness among people and scrutinisation of the producers’ activities affecting the environment, the scrap business is proving very beneficial. According to data presented for the market overview, the metal scrap is worth more than 500 billion dollars, with India sharing 11 billion dollars which is estimated to be up to […]

The Procedure of the MSTC E-Waste Auction

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mini Ratna Category-I PSU, popularly known as MSTC limited, is an organisation regulated by The Ministry of Steel, Government of India, which is also the enterprise’s majority shareholder with a share of 64.75%. MSTC was initially instituted as “Metal Scrap Trade Corporation Limited”[1] in accordance with the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956, which was […]

Detailed Overview of the Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016

Reading Time: 5 minutes Solid waste management rules were introduced by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate change in place of Municipal Solid Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000 to increase the scope of the rules beyond “Municipal area” and cover areas under the administration of Indian Railways, airports, airbases, ports, and harbours, defence establishments, special districts, census […]

Scope of Refurbished Mobile E-Waste Management Business

Reading Time: 4 minutes Management of E-Waste in India is mainly done by using two processes including the process of refurbishment/reuse/resale and recycling. It is nevertheless estimated that around 75% to 85% of EEE (Electrical and Electronic equipment) after being used are disposed of in the landfill or incinerated. While remaining 10% are either donated, passed down, or stored […]

Procedural Overview of Car Scrap Dealer License in Gurgaon

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Vehicle Scrappage policy 2021 was introduced by the Prime Minister in India in order to increase the market for scrap dealers and ensure safer roads. This policy basically lists the vehicles which are dangerous to operate on roads and are responsible for causing pollution. The Vehicle Scrappage policy 2021 also provides for vehicles that […]

ESG Reporting: Is it Mandatory in India?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Addressing and managing the issue of climate change and environmental degradation has taken the place of priority among many agencies and authorities all around the world, with global communities coming together and brainstorming the methods of managing the issue of Climate Change. Recently conducted, the 2021 Conference of Parties (CoP26) addressed climate change in Glasgow, […]

E-Waste Dismantling Equipment Required for a Dismantler Business

Reading Time: 4 minutes E-Waste Management is considered one of the only solutions to curb the increasing problem of E-Waste in India including the process of Recycling, Refurbishing as well as the delegation of responsibilities to various stakeholders. The process of recycling includes the process of collection, Storage, Manual sorting and dismantling, Mechanical separation as well as recovery. E-Waste […]

Mandatory list of products for EPR Authorisation

Reading Time: 5 minutes EU defines E-Waste as electrical or electronic equipment that is Waste, including all components, subassemblies and consumables that are part of the product at the time of discarding. According to the latest reports concerning E-Waste in India, the E-Waste generation in India has increasedby 43% between FY (Financial Year) 2018 and 2020. Further, in the […]

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