for Delhi Pollution Control Committee. It issues a license called a “DPCC
license,” which is a government-issued certificate of
authorization. This provides the assurance that the proposed business or
existing business unit will not cause harm to the environment or its
surroundings in the current scenario or in the near future. Due to different
changes in the way of life or the development or improvement of the capacity or
the process of production or establishment in the industry, entrepreneurs must
first receive the legally required certificate "no objection".
Advice. It is a mandatory provision under 25/26 of the Water (Pollution
Prevention and Control) Act of 1974 that no one can take the necessary steps to
start an industry that deals with the treatment and disposal of water. waste
without the prior consent of the DPCC. to dedicate.
Why is DPCC approval
water, air and noise pollution.
of natural resources.
environmental performance, create a better life for the people of Delhi.
waste management policies and practices to ensure that all types of waste are
recycled, reused and reduced.
workplace environmentally friendly by modifying and modifying energy efficient
processes such as CNG, solar lights, tube light conversion to reduce energy
consumption, and installation of energy saving devices. energy, etc.
awareness among stakeholders about conserving rainwater by collecting and
reusing it, composting all plant and other biodegradable waste, carpooling and
traveling by metro.
What documents are required
to obtain approval from the DPCC?
The following documents are required
upon receipt of the DPCC
certificate (certificate authority)
or business unit sitemap.
details, such as registration certificate, rental certificate, rental agreement
that specifies the main objective of the company, Like Partnership Deed, deed
of incorporation or sole proprietorship certificate.
certificate from the municipality or local authority for the water connection.
Objectives and functions of
Sustainable development: Sustainable development is a global
concept that reconciles the need for economic growth with environmental
protection and social justice.
Prevention: Prevention of natural resources.
Waste management: Efficient waste management is an
excellent resource for protecting the environment.
Consumer awareness: awareness raising can reduce
pollution, for example by persuading the general public to use compact
fluorescent lamps, paper bags and public transport, and not use fireworks.
Compliance: The DPCC has established guidelines
for industry and healthcare facilities to reduce environmental pollutants in
Delhi, in accordance with the Delhi 2021 master plan.
At the end.
The level of
pollution has increased enormously in recent decades. The level of
contamination was so high that people were causing respiratory problems. The
level of pollution is too high, which cannot be cured by the government alone,
but citizens must also proactively participate to reduce pollution. Particulate
pollution in New Delhi has increased considerably in the last five years. Air
quality improved slightly, but later in the 2015s it increased by 75%. This
sudden increase in pollution is mainly due to the increase in the number of
vehicles during this period.
Green Court ordered DPCC
to take necessary action against all bankrupt industries in different parts of
Delhi. The Court clarified that the power to compensate under the Water
(Prevention and Control of Pollution) Law of 1974, the Air (Prevention and
Control of Pollution) Law of 1981 and the environmental protection of 1986 is
exercised exclusively by the DPCC. This can no longer be delegated to the local
authority or SDM. They are free to exercise their own legal powers in
accordance with the various legal provisions. Some of them are domestic law,
the code of criminal procedure and others that grant legal powers.
Court had appointed EPCA (Environmental Pollution Prevention and Control
Authority) with Central Pollution Control Board and Delhi Pollution Control
Committee to reduce pollution levels in Delhi-NCR. A draft proposal has been
presented to improve air quality in the state capital, which contains
guidelines and all the effective measures that residents of the region must
take. EPCA has uploaded a final draft for the full plan. The goal is to reduce
air pollution in Delhi-NCR and achieve the annual average PM of 70 percent to
meet the general standard of clean air and protect public health.