NOC from Bihar State Pollution Control Board
Under the provisions of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, the Bihar State Pollution Control Board was established in 1974. The abovementioned Act was enacted, and the Board was subsequently established, in accordance with Clause I of Article 252 of the Indian Constitution. In the first instance, the Water Act of 1974 was made applicable to all 12 states and union territories. Bihar was one of the twelve states mentioned.
Bihar State Pollution Control Board's Role
Bihar State Pollution Control Board, like other State Boards, has been executing its tasks as outlined in Section 17 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, since its creation. The Board has been tasked with a number of responsibilities.
- Planning a state-wide pollution prevention and control programme;
- Advising the State Government on pollution issues on a regular basis;
- Information gathering and dissemination in the field of pollution control;
- Conducting and participating in water pollution-related research and development;
- Collaboration with the Central Board in the organisation of a consent grant training and public awareness campaign;
- Inspection and assessment of treatment plants for this purpose;
- establishing sewage and trade effluent standards;
- Developing cost-effective and dependable wastewater treatment systems;
- Evolving methods of sewage and trade effluent utilisation for agriculture; Evolving ways of sewage and trade effluent disposal on land; Establishing sewage and trade effluent treatment standards.
- Making any appropriate order relating to the prevention and control of effluent discharges into streams, or the installation of systems for their disposal;
- establishing effluent criteria that must be followed by anyone who discharges sewage or sludge;
- Providing advice to the State Government on the location of any industry;
- Performing any additional duties as may be assigned by the State Government's Central Board; and
- Establishment or accreditation of laboratories for the analysis of wastewater discharges.
What are the objectives of BPCB?
Sustainable Development: - Sustainable development is a broad term that encompasses the need for economic progress while also taking into account environmental conservation and social equality. Controlling the prevention of natural resources is referred to as preventive.
Waste Management: Waste Management is an excellent way to safeguard the environment.
Consumer awareness: Consumer awareness can help reduce pollution by persuading the general people to use CFLs, paper bags, and public transportation instead of firecrackers, plastic bags, and other non-biodegradable products.
Compliance: In order to limit pollution in Bihar, the BPCB established specific criteria for companies and health care facilities.
What are the Functions of BPCB?
- Make recommendations to the Bihar government on any issue relating to the prevention and control of water and air pollution, as well as the improvement of air quality.
- Through the media, organize consumer awareness initiatives on the prevention and control of air and water pollution, as well as waste management.
- Collect, compile, and prepare technical and statistical data on contamination of the air and water.
- Set sewage and trade effluents standards, as well as emission standards for industrial plants, autos, and health care facilities.
- To assist with the development of new technology for sewage treatment, trade effluent treatment, and control equipment.
- Consent certificates are issued to industries that fit into several categories, such as Red, Orange, Green, and White.
- Issuing authorizations to companies and health-care facilities, which fall under the categories of Bio-Medical Waste Authorization and Hazardous Waste Management.
- Authorization, Plastic Waste Management, Battery Waste Management, and E-waste Authorization are all topics that need to be addressed.
Why BPCB certification is important?
- For the formation of new industries or the continuation of established one.
- For the installation of a new or different electricity connections.
- For the installation of a new water connection or a change in an existing one.
- For acquiring a license from the Municipal Authority or renewing an existing one.
- To receive a police license or renew an eating house license to obtain a NOC from the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA).
- Obtaining a letter of authorization from the Fire Department.
- For acquiring an International Trade License.
What are the Documents required to obtain NOC from BPCB?
- Pan card for Authorized Persons
- Aadhar card for Authorized Persons
- In the case of a Partnership/Company Authorization letter,
- the unit's Pan card is required (except Proprietorship)
- CA Site Plan /Naksha
- FSSAI Certificate for food industries
- Letter for overall project cost
- Ownership Documentation
- GST Certificate for Water Bills
Who are entitle to obtain the BPCB NOC?
So, the manufacturing units, Health care establishments, Traders, E-waste management entities, Solid waste management entities, Hazardous waste management entities, Battery waste management entities, Plastic waste management entities, Bio-medical waste management entities are eligible to apply for the NOC from BPCB.
How will Corpbiz assist you?
- Guidance in obtaining the NOC from SPCB
- Consultation from our professional team
- Drafting the application for NOC and regular monitoring with the Authority Concern
- Arranging and providing the required documents
- Delivering of License
- End-to-end Assistance