NOC from Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee
The Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee (CPCC) was formed in accordance with Section 4(4) of the Water Act of 1974 and Section 6 of the Air Act of 1981, through a notification issued by the Central Pollution Control Board, in which all of the powers and functions of the State Pollution Control Board in relation to Chandigarh were delegated to the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee. The Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee is a governing body in charge of enforcing several Pollution Control Acts and Rules in the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
Work of CPCC
The CPCC has a vast variety of responsibilities drawn from numerous legislative enactments affecting practically every element of the environment. Our work is divided into the following categories:
CPCC Classification & Categories
According to the list, Chandigarh industries have been grouped into four categories: red, orange, green, and white, signifying the classification of 649 industries under the new standards.
The Air & Water Act requires industries in the Red, Orange, and Green categories to apply for Consent to Establish (CTE) and Consent to Operate (CTO). White-category industries are exempt from obtaining consent to build and operate; instead, they must notify the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (CPCC) within 30 days of beginning operations with an undertaking.
The following below areas prepared by master Delhi plan, 2021. This is the main parameter to issue content to establish and consent to operate.
What are the Functions of DPCC?
Why CPCC NOC certification is important?
What are the Documents required to obtain NOC from CPCC?
Who are entitle to obtain the CPCC 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 CPCC.