Suchandra Mukherjee

About Suchandra Mukherjee

Suchandra is a 5th Year Law Student, pursuing Law from University of Mumbai. She has published 100+ Articles and Blogs on Legal Portals and International Multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journals. She is adept at legal research and can write fast SEO-friendly creative articles and blog posts on legal topics. She loves to paint and watch thriller movies in her free time.

Combined EC under EIA Notification, 2006 and CRZ Notification, 2011

MoEF introduced the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Notification 2011 on January 6, 2011, replacing the CRZ Notification, 1991, along with the Island Protection Zone (IPZ) Notification, 2011, which is the Combined Environmental Clearance. The Ministry provided guidelines for CRZ clearance through an Office Memorandum issued on January 19, 2015. To streamline the clearance process for […]

How To Start A Vehicle E-Waste Recycling Business?

India, one of the world’s most populous countries and a rapidly emerging global economic power faces a significant issue in managing its vehicle E-waste. Electronics that have reached the end of their useful lives or have become outdated due to quick technical improvements are considered electronic waste, or e-waste. According to the UN’s Global E-Waste […]

Legalities involved in the Rice Fortification Business & its Distribution under Public Distribution System 

“Fortification” refers to the intentional increase in essential micronutrients in food in order to enhance its nutritional value and promote public health while minimizing potential health risks. It is a very important step towards paddy processing. Our Prime Minister has made a significant commitment to combat the widespread issue of malnutrition-related anaemia by mandating the […]

Complete Checklist for CRZ Clearance during EC

Obtaining a CRZ Clearance during EC is a legal requirement mandated by the Coastal Regulation Zone Notification, 2011. Adhering to this regulation demonstrates compliance with environmental laws and regulations, promoting responsible and accountable development practices. It ensures that projects operating in coastal areas adhere to the prescribed coastal guidelines, restrictions, and conditions specified under the […]

How to Obtain EC for Petrochemical Complexes That Process and Reform Petroleum Fractions and Natural Gas?

The contamination of the atmosphere by hazardous chemicals originating from the petrochemical industry can be intricate, particularly when substances or processes combine. The combined effects of these chemicals are often significantly more toxic and dangerous. Many of these substances can potentially create environments that are deficient in oxygen, toxic, or even explosive. The risks associated […]

How to Obtain EIA for Pulp & Paper Industry?

Pulp and paper production involves utilizing raw materials that contain cellulose fibres, such as wood, recycled paper, and agricultural residues. Various methods are employed to produce different types and grades of paper. The global pulp and paper industry consists of approximately 5,000 large-scale industrial mills and several small companies. Pulp mills separate fibres from wood, […]

Process of Approval of B2 Category Projects for Prior Environmental Clearance

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a comprehensive evaluation of a proposed project’s potential environmental effects, considering crucial aspects such as socioeconomic, cultural, and human health factors. The EIA is vital in ensuring the sustainable utilisation of natural resources for long-term development. According to the EIA Notification 2006, projects are categorised as Category A or […]

What Is Screening In Environmental Impact Assessment?

The screening in environmental impact assessment is the initial stage of project development. It requires the project proponents to be aware of their responsibilities before making decisions regarding budget, project design, and execution plan. This screening stage specifically applies to Category ‘B’ developmental activities. If a Category B project meets the general conditions, it will […]

Projects for which EIA is required: Mandatory EIA reporting

Mandatory EIA reporting is vital in supporting sustainable development by evaluating significant environmental effects’ positive or negative consequences. Its primary objective is to assist decision-makers and managers in determining whether to proceed with a project or not. The EIA is employed to identify the environmental impacts of larger-scale initiatives. It is a proactive, inclusive, and […]

How to Start Daycare Center Business?

The safety of children is a massive concern for most families; parents do not have adequate time to care for their young children, so they prefer to send them to daycare centers. Opening a daycare center can be a rewarding and profitable choice for people who love working with kids. Nowadays, both the mother and […]

SOP for utilization of ETP Sludge generated from the Pulp and Paper Industry

As per the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for utilization of ETP Sludge generated from the Pulp and Paper Industry, the sludge should be analyzed to determine its chemical and physical properties and any potential contaminants. Based on this analysis, the sludge can be classified into different categories for further processing. The next step involves the […]

How To Utilize Spent Carbon (Carbon Residue) Generated From Urea Fertilizers?

Spent carbon or carbon residue is generated during the production of urea fertilizers. It is a hazardous waste that needs to be managed carefully to prevent environmental pollution. Utilization of Spent Carbon is possible through a process called co-processing. In this process, the spent carbon is mixed with water to form a slurry, which is […]

SoP for the Utilisation of Synthetic Oil-Based Mud and Drill Cutting Waste in Road Construction

The utilisation of synthetic oil-based mud and drill cutting waste in road construction can provide several benefits. Firstly, it offers a more sustainable solution for disposing of drilling waste, as it is repurposed for beneficial use. Secondly, it reduces the environmental impact associated with traditional methods of disposing of this waste. Finally, it can help […]

SOP For the Utilisation of Flue Gas Cleaning Residue for Zinc Extraction

The utilisation of Flue gas cleaning residue generated from steel scraps melting induction furnace for zinc extraction requires strict adherence to safety guidelines and procedures. The residue must have a minimum zinc content of 30% to be economically recoverable. It should be collected in a dry state using bags and stored in a designated covered […]