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Name of the initiative:

liquid waste polution control

By: G.NARASIMHAM SITC MALLB LLM Professionals
Scope: Global
Cities of implementation:
  • Newdelhi
  • Mumbai
  • Colkutta
  • Hyderabad
Partners:
  • Unep
  • Undp
  • Unicef
  • Goi
Timeframe: 10 years
Starting month:

07/2016

Resources: < 100k USD
Description:

Clean development mechanism(CDM) AUTHORITY already established at the national levelto over see above areas implimentation  through the MINISTRY OF URBANDEVELOPMENT GOI NEWDELHI with GUIDELINES  from CENTRAL POLLUTION  CONTROL BOARD(CPCB)NEWDELHI.

Implementation modalities:

CLEAN TECHNOLOGY DIVISION,GOVT.of INDIA adopts modalities for polluting INDUSTRIES and URBAN LOCAL BODIES(ULBs) of liquid polution control technologies with active involvement of NEERI(NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH INSTITUTE) with LEGAL frame work of ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1986 and the  WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT and thewaste control rules made there under.

Expected accomplishments:

NATIONAL URBAN HEALTH MISSION&ULBs and SWACHH BHARAT MISSION are actively involving in liquid pollution caused by INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS and SEWARAGE&SULLGE IN URBAN HABITATS  with regulations and guidelines from the enforcement of local state pollution control boards. These agencies are striving hard to achieve sustainable development goals,TARGETS and  Indicators set for LIQUID WASTES POLLUTION CONTROL.

Deliverables:

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS TO BE ACHIEVED BY 2030 by the robust initiatives taken up by the MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT FORESTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE,GOVT.of INDIA ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATES HAVE ALREADY BEEN established with all concerned areas of central states and local governmental agencies.