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Pollution consent is mandatory for operating factory, hospital, eating house, infrastructure activities
from Delhi Pollution Control Committee.

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DPCC Registration

Now getting a DPCC registration  is easy, hassle fee and quick,
with EAdvisors DPCC registration expert team

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Provide your exact requirement like your location, nature of business activity, business process etc through our contact form.

Discussion with Expert

EAdvisors expert will contact you to discuss about DPCC registration process, documents required and resolve your queries.

Drafting of Application

Drafting of registration application, manufacturing process flow, project report, undertaking, declaration etc as per requirements of DPCC.

Issuance of Certificate

DPCC will grant Consent to Establish/ Consent to Operate, Authorization (for green, orange and red category) and undertaking for white category.

DPCC Registration

INTRODUCTION

DPCC Stands for Delhi Pollution Control Committee. DPCC established by Central Pollution Board and Government of India through Ministry of Forest and Climate Change. Air, Water and Noise Pollution undertaking or consent issued in four different categories, white category, green category, orange category and red category.

White Category was introduced in 2016 and considered as least air and water polluted category and covered 206 units. Assembling, garment cutting and stitching, metal fabrication, light engineering works etc units covered under this category. White category units need to apply for undertaking and this is considered as Consent to establishment and Consent to operate.

Green Category covered those units which has pollution index between 21 to 40 and covered 122 units. Bakery, paper product, corrugation boxes, injection moulding etc units covered this category. Units of this category first apply for consent to establishment  followed by consent to operate. Validity period of Consent to establishment (CTE) and Consent to Operate (CTO) is one year and ten years respectively. Applicant can apply less then 10 years for Consent to operate.

Orange Category covered units which has pollution index between 41 to 59 and covered 252 units. Printing, chemicals, utensils, washing and dying etc units covered under this category. Units of this category first apply for consent to establishment and then consent to operate. Validity period for consent to establishment (CTE) and Consent to Operate is 1 year and 5 years respectively. Applicant can apply for less than 5 years for consent to operate (CTO)

EAdvisors is the best DPCC Consultant to obtain pollution control certificate in Delhi. We help industrial units to apply pollution certificate according to the norms of DPCC and master plan of Delhi.

BENEFITS

Pollution consent is required for getting many registration. It helps your business to obtain following licenses:

  • Consent to Establishment CTE/ Consent to operate CTO is required for New Electricity connection or increase in electricity load.
  • For all MCD license like factory license, household license etc required Delhi Pollution Control Committee DPCC consent (Green or Orange Category) or undertaking (White Category).
  • Industrial or commercial water connection in industrial area, redevelopment area and other specified area required DPCC License.
  • Fire no objection certificate required to get various certificate and to get FIR NOC pollution certificate is required.
  • No objection certificate from Central Ground Water Authority required Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) consent to operate or consent to establishment.
  • Pollution Control Committee Consent is also required by police department for issuing eating house license to restaurant, eating point etc.
  • Pollution consent is required to make amendment in electricity connection, water connection, fire NOC, MCD Factory License, Eating House consent, CGWA NOC etc.

CHECKLIST

As per the requirement of Delhi Pollution Control Committee, applicant must guarantee that the checklist requirements are met.

  • Aadhaar card of the applicant is mandatory.
  • Applicant must have unit.
  • PAN Card is required 
  • Rent agreement or Ownership proof
  • Gross value of land & building and Plant & Machinery 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

DPCC White Category

  • PAN Card of Entity or Proprietor
  • Aadhaar Card of Applicant
  • Rent Agreement or ownership proof
  • Gross value of Plant and Machinery & Land and Building
  • Final Product detail along with raw material detail  

DPCC Green Category

  • Pan Card of Entity or Proprietor
  • Aadhar Card of Applicant
  • Detail of Partners
  • Authorization letter is required in favour of applicant (required for non proprietor ship firm)
  • Layout Plan of the unit dimension and direction are to be indicate so that exact boundary of the unit is know.
  • List of raw material used, product manufactured and by products generated during the process with maximum capacity 
  • Proof of possession of unit.
  • Proof of CETP membership in the name of unit, if CETP exists
  • Noise Monitoring report of DG set, if any not more the six month old 
  • Copy of Electricity/power bill in the name of unit 
  • CA Certificate in original for gross value of plant & machinery and Land & Building

DPCC Orange Category

  • Pan Card of Entity or Proprietor
  • Aadhar Card of Applicant
  • Detail of Partners
  • Authorization letter is required in favour of applicant (required for non proprietor ship firm)
  • Layout Plan of the unit dimension and direction are to be indicate so that exact boundary of the unit is know.
  • List of raw material used, product manufactured and by products generated during the process with maximum capacity 
  • Proof of CETP membership in the name of unit, if CETP exists
  • Noise Monitoring report of DG set, if any not more the six month old 
  • ETP/STP effluent analysis report not more than six month old, if applicable
  • Stack monitoring report not more than six month old, if applicable 
  • Copy of Electricity/power bill in the name of unit 
  • CA Certificate in original for gross value of plant & machinery and Land & Building
  • SSI/MSME Registration, if applicable (Mandatory for rubber unit only)
  • In case of RESDH (Restaurant, Eating House, Sweet Shops, Dhaba & Hotel) sector and Banquet Halls/Party Lawns etc proof regarding connection of their drainage system to the public/municipal/Delhi Jal Board sewer from the concerned authority (DJB/MCD/NDMC/DCB)
  • Valid License from Food Safety Department, government of NCT of Delhi in case of the units using tobacco as raw material. 

If unit falling in industrial area earmarked as redevelopment as per MPD 2021, any one of the following documents as a proof of establishment.

  • Any order/direction issued by Pollution Department
  • Municipal Corporation License
  • Registration under factories Act
  • BIS License
  • Sales Tax Registration of the unit
  • Income tax return of the industry
  • Permanent SSI registration
  • Excise registration for manufacturing
  • Drug License if unit is manufacturing item covered under Drug Act.
  • Manufacturers certificate in case of house hold electrical appliance.
  • Landline telephone phone bill in the name of unit.
  • Power bill in the name of unit.

WHY EADVISORS

EAdvisors provides you facility to obtain Consent from your home/office. You can provide all the document through email or whatsapp or physical copy to our DPCC Expert Team. EAdvisors can provide you white category undertaking within 2 days and  green/orange category consent in approx 3-4 months.

DPCC License Package includes:-

  • Preparation of authorisation letter
  • Project Report and Undertaking preparation
  • Consent to Establishment certificate
  • Consent to Operate certificate
  • Monitoring report if required
  • Undertaking for white category

UPDATES

30th November 2021: Directions dated 30-11-2021 u/s 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to stop entry of trucks in Delhi.

26th November 2021: Directions dated 26-11-2021 u/s 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to stop entry of trucks in Delhi.

17th November 2021: Direction dated 17-11-2021 regarding intensive actions and steps for effective control of air pollution in wake of the prevailing air quality scenario in Delhi.

17th November 2021: Direction dated 17-11-2021 u/s 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, to close all offices of GNCT of Delhi/ Autonomous Bodies/ Corporations and advisory to private private offices/ establishments.

6th October 2021: Letter dated 06-10-2021 regarding status of Air Pollution control measures/ device.

Public Notice regarding Prohibition on Sale, Storage, Transportation and Marketing of Soaps & Detergents not conforming to the BIS Standards, in NCT of Delhi. [English] [Hindi]

  • BIS Standards for Toilet Soap
  • BIS Standards for Laundary Soaps
  • BIS Standards for Synthetic Detergent

16th November 2021: Directions dated 16-11-2021 u/s 12 of the Commission for Air Quality Management in National Capital Region and Adjoining Areas Act, 2021 regarding steps for effective control of air pollution in wake of the prevailing air quality scenario in Delhi-NCR.  [Public Notice]

13th November 2021: Direction dated 13-11-2021 u/s 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, to close construction/ demolition activities, all Schools, Colleges, Educational/ Coaching Institutions, Skill Development & Training Institutes, other Training Institutes, libraries (except where exams are being conducted) and all offices of GNCT of Delhi/ Autonomous Bodies/ Corporations and advisory to private offices/ establishments.

Bio Medical Waste Authorisation

Bio Medical waste consists of waste that is generated from hospitals like injections, medicines or dead bodies, microbiological and biotechnological wastes and many other hazardous wastes as well. The bio medical waste is generally hazardous for the health of the environment, causing air, water and land pollution which needs proper waste disposal rules to be followed to prevent the environment from getting damaged.

The sources of Bio Medical Waste consist of:
– Hospitals, health care centers
– Blood Banks
– Bio Technological institution

Therefore, Bio Medical Waste Management Rules, 2016 have been introduced by the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) to cure this problem at the earliest.

List of Documents required for getting Authorization under Bio Medical Waste Management Rule, 2016
– PAN Card
– Aadhaar Card
– DMC/ DBCP/ DDC/ DMLT Registration
– Agreement with Operator of a Facility Transporter of the Bio Medical Waste or Self declaration in case Bio-medical waste is not generated by the HCF
– Authorization in case of Renewal
– Noise Monitoring Report (if applicable)
– Undertaking in prescribed format duly signed by applicant

Hazardous Waste Authorisation

Hazardous waste consists of harmful chemicals, drugs, medical waste that is injurious for the health of humans as well for animals’ health. The waste management is necessary to protect the environment from getting spoiled.

The Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016 have been introduced with the purpose to minimize the hazardous waste in terms of quantity, to dispose off as close to the source and reduce the trans boundary movement.

These rule is applicable on every hazardous waste handling/generating units for collection, treatment, storage and disposal of the hazardous waste.

List of Documents required for getting Authorization under Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016
– Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
– Undertaking or declaration to comply with all the provisions including the scope of submitting bank guarantee in the event of spillage, leakage or fire while handling the hazardous and other waste.
– Undertaking
– Agreement with TSDF
– Copy of previous year Annual Return

List of Documents required for getting Authorization for import of Ferrous & non-ferrous under Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016
– Aadhaar Card
– PAN Card
– Import/Export code issued by Govt. of India
– VAT/ Sale Tax Registration
– Proof of registered office address of the unit
– Authority letter (in original) to sign the application (except in case of proprietary concern)
– Proof of Possession of plot allotment order issued deed. In case of rental premises, rent agreement and ownership proof of premises
– Undertaking  

Electronic Waste Authorisation

Hazardous waste consists of harmful chemicals, drugs, medical waste that is injurious for the health of humans as well for animals’ health. The waste management is necessary to protect the environment from getting spoiled.

The Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016 have been introduced with the purpose to minimize the hazardous waste in terms of quantity, to dispose off as close to the source and reduce the trans boundary movement.

These rule is applicable on every hazardous waste handling/generating units for collection, treatment, storage and disposal of the hazardous waste.

List of Documents required for getting Authorization under Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016
– Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
– Undertaking or declaration to comply with all the provisions including the scope of submitting bank guarantee in the event of spillage, leakage or fire while handling the hazardous and other waste.
– Undertaking
– Agreement with TSDF
– Copy of previous year Annual Return

List of Documents required for getting Authorization for import of Ferrous & non-ferrous under Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016
– Aadhaar Card
– PAN Card
– Import/Export code issued by Govt. of India
– VAT/ Sale Tax Registration
– Proof of registered office address of the unit
– Authority letter (in original) to sign the application (except in case of proprietary concern)
– Proof of Possession of plot allotment order issued deed. In case of rental premises, rent agreement and ownership proof of premises
– Undertaking  

Plastic Waste Authorisation

The Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016 are applicable on every waste generator, local body, gram panchayat, manufacturer, Importers and producer.

These rules have come into action to give thrust on plastic waste minimization, source segregation, recycling, involving waste pickers, recyclers and waste processors in collection of plastic waste fraction either from households or any other source of its generation or intermediate material recovery facility and adopt polluter’s pay principle for the sustainability of the waste management.

List of Documents required for Registration process by producers and brand owners under Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016
– Valid consent/ receipt of application for consent
– MSME Certificate or Registration Certificate (Unit registered with District Industries Centre of the State Government or Union Territory)
– List of raw materials, by products and products with quantum (by weight) per year
– List of persons supplying plastic to be used as raw material with quantity (in weight/ day) to manufacture carry bags or plastic sheet of like or multilayered packaging
– Flow diagram of manufacturing process
– EPR Action Plan (in case of Producers)
– Analysis report of ETP/ emission test report (if applicable)

Battery Waste Authorisation

The battery waste disposed harmfully affects the environment and degrades its health also. Therefore, it is now important for every manufacturer, processing, sale, purchase and use of batteries or components thereof to get licensed under DPCC and follow the Battery (Management & Handling) Rules, 2010.

There are different responsibilities for dealers, recyclers, consumers & bulk consumers, auctioneers to be followed by each of the above-mentioned parties under the Batteries (Management & Handling) rules, 2010.

List of Documents required for registration under Batteries (Management & Handling) Rules, 2010
– Form-I for returns of Bulk consumer, importers & Manufacturers
– Form-IV for registration of battery dealers along with GST Registration certificate, PAN Card and Aadhaar Card
– Form-V for filing returns by battery dealers
– Form-VII for filing returns by recyclers
– Form-IX for filing returns by auctioneers

Solid Waste Authorisation

The Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 shall apply on every local body, notified areas, defense establishments, special economic zones, area under the control of Indian railways, airports, State and Central government organization, places of pilgrims, religious and historical importance as may be notified by respective state government from time to time and to every domestic institutional, commercial and any other non residential solid waste generator situated in the areas except industrial waste, hazardous waste, hazardous chemicals, bio medical wastes, e-waste, lead acid batteries and radio-active waste, that are covered under separate rules framed under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

List of Documents required for Authorization under Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016
– Land Allotment documents/ letter from Local Authority/MCD
– Environmental Clearance in case of Common Municipal Solid Waste Management Facility (CMSWMF) Waste To Energy Plant (WTEP) of 15 MW and above as per Schedule mentioned in notification of MoEFCC dated 14-09-2006 for environmental clearance
– Consent for Establishment for DPCC
– Copy of Agreement between Municipal Authority and operating agency
– Investment on the project and expected return
– Concession Waste Agreement with concerned local bodies with operator

Import Authorisation

Hazardous And Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016 shall apply to every occupier of the facility who is engaged in handling, generation, collection, storage, packaging, transportation, use, treatment, processing, recycling, recovery, pre-processing, co-processing, utilization, offering for sale, transfer or disposal of the hazardous and other wastes.

However, these rule shall not apply to:-
(a) waste-water and exhaust gases as covered under the provisions of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) and the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (14 of 1981) and the rules made thereunder and as amended from time to time;
(b) wastes arising out of the operation from ships beyond five kilometres of the relevant baseline as covered under the provisions of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958) and the rules made thereunder and as amended from time to time;
(c) radio-active wastes as covered under the provisions of the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 (33 of 1962) and the rules made thereunder and as amended from time to time;
(d) bio-medical wastes covered under the Bio-Medical Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 made under the Act and as amended from time to time; and
(e) wastes covered under the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000 made under the Act and as amended from time to time.

List of documents required while applying for Authorisation for import of Ferrous & non-ferrous scarp under Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016
1. Aadhaar Card
2. PAN Card of the unit
3. GST Registration
4. Import/ Export code issued by Govt. of India
5. Proof of registered office address of the unit
6. Authority letter (in original) to sign the application (except in case of proprietary concern)
7. Proof of Possession of plot allotment order issued deed. in case of rental premises, rent agreement and ownership proof of premises
8. Undertaking regarding Storage of Material and undertaking for unit falls in Industrial area/ boundary of re-development area
9. Electricity bill
10. Map of redevelopment area indicating the location of the storage site that it is falling within the boundary walls of redevelopment area.

Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC)

Step by Step Registration Process

Submission of CTE Application

First step of getting dpcc registration is filing  application of consent to establishment (CTE) with DPCC portal. Filing of online application along with requisite DPCC CTE payment and condonation charge if applicable.

Application of Lab testing report

Lab testing may be required for equipment installed in unit to control pollution arise due effluent, emission and noise. Lab testing report is required to check effectiveness of equipment installed and pollution check as per the norms of DPCC.

Submission of CTO Application

Once we received lab testing report, we can file application for consent to operate (CTO) with DPCC. Lab testing report is mandatory before making application of CTO. 

Issuance of DPCC NOC

Department will issue consent to establish and consent to operate as per the dpcc policy for issuing consent.

How we work

Day 1

The first day is when a client sends documents. The day when we receive the client’s documents that are required for the registration process and on the same day itself we draft project report, manufacturing process flow, undertaking, CA certificate etc.

Day 2-3

Within 2-3 days, we send documents (like project report, undertaking, manufacturing process flow, CA Certificate) to client to get it signed.

Day 4

Preparation of CTE application on dpcc portal, CTE payment and submission of application. Same day we will make application for lab testing authorisation.

Post submission of Lab Testing

Once we submit Lab testing report and got report from department, we can submit CTO application through DPCC online portal.

Post submission of CTO application

DPCC department grant consent to establish and consent to operate as per the dpcc consent policy.

Drafting


Drafting of documents like Project Report, Undertaking, Manufacturing Process Flow and CA Certificate.

Consent to Establish


Consent to establish noc will be grant by DPCC department as per the policy

Lab testing Authorisation


Our package will include lab testing authorisation where ever required.

Consent to Operate


Consent to operate noc issued for 5 year and 10 years for green category and orange category respectively.

What you get in this package?

We are offering you ultimate package of registration of  DPCC

EAdvisors DPCC Registration package provides you free consultation, drafting of documents, Consent to Establishment, Lab Testing Report, Consent to Operate.

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EAdvisors is a well-known company, popular for its quality work and therefore no hidden or extra is charged by our clients.

 

Fast and Easy

By just sharing your documents with us on WhatsApp or email, you will get your dream company ready within 10 days only.

 

Order Registration

You will be given a Unique Order No. for you to track the status of company registration process. We offer this unique tracking method to given them a sense satisfaction that their work is our utmost priority. 

Secure Payments

Once the registration process gets started and payment is also made, it is our duty and responsibility to keep your payment secure and in return registering your company.

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Being a company established in India, we will be accepting the payment in Indian Currency through any of the online mode of transfer.

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As the world is also getting advance within time, we have also established online way of accepting documents and creating your company.

Answer to your queries

DPCC FAQs

Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) is the competent authority that holds the authority and responsibility to ensure that all industries within the city limits are working within the pollution limits prescribed by the authority.

DPCC is governed by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) which has delegated all its powers and functions to DPCC under Section 4(4) of the Water Act & Section 6 of the Air Act.

DPCC stands for Delhi Pollution Control Committee.

For any Issue related to Online Consent Management System site please contact at OCMMS Help Desk Number 011-49878310, 011-49878410 and E-mail: ocmms.pcb@gov.in

For any queries related to the transaction details or any other issues related to payment please contact at SBI ePay Help Desk Number 022-27523816, and E-mail: sbiepay@sbi.co.in

For any issue related to DPCC for apply any Consents and Authorizations, please contact at DPCC Help Desk Number 011-23869378 and Email: srscitdpcc.delhi@nic.in

Office address of Delhi Pollution Control Committee 4th and 5th floor, ISBT Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi -110006

As per rule 6 of the Hazardous & other Waste (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016, as amended, DPCC License is applicable on every occupier of facility, handling, generation, collection, storage, packaging, transportation, use, treatment, processing, recycling, recovery, pre-processing, co-processing, utilization etc.

To get registered in DPCC, you will be requiring

  1. Drafting/preparing of documents
  2. Filing of application with the department
  3. Verification by inspector of the specified department
  4. Issuance of DPCC NOC

All of this can be done by self, but for better and hassle-free registration you can contact EAdvisors. As a DPCC professional can help and assist you in every step of registration.

Essential documents required for DPCC License are:-

  • Aadhaar Card of the applicant
  • PAN Card of Entity or Proprietor
  • Rent agreement/ownership proof
  • Electricity Bill/ power bill
  • CETP/Maint. Bill
  • Undertaking in prescribed form
  • Project report providing all necessary information
  • Manufacturing process flow
  • Authorisation letter in favour of applicant (not required in proprietor)
  • MAP/ Layout Plan
  • CA Certificate

As per the Water Act,1974 and Air Act,1981, it is compulsory to obtain Consent to Establish (CTE) from the designated State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) before commencement or establishment of any industry, plant or business operation.

A pollution license is basically the permission granted by the State Pollution Control Board or central pollution board to specified business entities. This license is issued to assure the compliances of pollution provision to be complied by all polluting units developed.

Yes, pollution registration is required for operating eating houses. Eating house means a place where food and beverages are supplied for public consumption. Like dhabas, bars, food vans, hotels, small street shops, restaurants, lounge, cafeteria and much more.

The industries generating noise, emission and effluent are required to get lab testing done for pollution registration.

As per DPCC consent policy 30 days from the date of receipt of an application, the deciding authority grants Pollution NOC after inspecting each document.

No, as pollution (DPCC) Certificate is mandatory compliance to be obeyed by factory owner before commencing its business as it is pollution generating entity without which no operations can be started.

No, factories should not be operated in a residential area as factories could be one of the sources of noise and air pollution.

Also, as per the decision made in M.C Mehta Vs. Union of India it was declared that all the industrial units constructed or operated in residential/non-conforming areas in NCT of Delhi on or after 1st August, 1990 shall close down.

In short, it is a Big No to operate a factory incorporated after 1990 in a residential area

No, factories should not be operated in a residential area as factories could be one of the sources of noise and air pollution.

Also, as per the decision made in M.C Mehta Vs. Union of India it was declared that all the industrial units constructed or operated in residential/non-conforming areas in NCT of Delhi on or after 1st August, 1990 shall close down.

In short, it is a Big No to operate a factory incorporated after 1990 in a residential area

No, to start business operations of the business entity, Consent to Establish (CTE) and Consent to operate is required that is a pre-requisite to start operations.

No, factories should not be operated in a residential area as factories could be one of the sources of noise and air pollution.

Also, as per the decision made in M.C Mehta Vs. Union of India it was declared that all the industrial units constructed or operated in residential/non-conforming areas in NCT of Delhi on or after 1st August, 1990 shall close down.

In short, it is a Big No to operate a factory incorporated after 1990 in a residential area

The consent to establish (CTE) is granted for the period of one year. Whereas the consent to operate (CTO) is granted for maximum period 10 years to Green category units and 5 years to Orange categories industries.

Applicant is allowed make application for lesser period of Consent to Operate.

To revert DPCC notices issued to the business owner, a DPCC professional may be required to help you out in drafting the legal documents as a professional has extra and advanced knowledge in this particular field.

So, consulting a DPCC professional will be a better solution for you.

  1. Naraina Industrial Area,
  2. Jhandewallan Flatted Factory,
  3. Motia Khan Scheme,
  4. DCM Flatted Factory Complex,
  5. Shahzada Bagh Industrial Area,
  6. Gulabi Bagh Industrial Area,
  7. Rajasthan Udyog Nagar G.T. Road near Jahangirpuri,
  8. SMA Co-op. Industrial Estate G.T. Road near Jahangirpuri,
  9. SISI Industrial Area G.T. road near Jahangirpuri,
  10. G.T. Karnal Road Industrial Area near Rana Pratap Bagh,
  11. Hindustan Prefab Ltd., Industrial Area near Shivaji Rly Stn. (Minto Road),
  12. Okhla Industrial Area Phase I, II & III,
  13. Mohan Co-op Industrial Area,
  14. SISI Complex Okhla near Modi Flour Mills,
  15. Najafgarh Road Industrial Area near Zakhira,
  16. Kirti Nagar Industrial Area,
  17. Mayapuri Phase I & II,
  18. Udyog Nagar Rohtak Road,
  19. Keshav Pur Leather Tannery Scheme (part of Service Centre) near Vikaspuri,
  20. Wazirpur Industrial Area,
  21. Lawrence Road Industrial Area,
  22. Mangolpuri Industrial Area Phase I & II,
  23. Jhilmil Industrial Area,
  24. Patparganj Industrial Area,
  25. Friends Colony Industrial Area,
  26. Narela Industrial Estate,
  27. Bawana Industrial Estate,
  28. Khanjhawala Industrial Estate and
  29. PVC Bazar Tikri Kalan.
  1. Anand Parbat
  2. Shahdara
  3. Samai Pur Badli
  4. Jawahar Nagar
  5. Sultanpur Mazra
  6. Hastsal Pocket – A
  7. Naresh Park Extension.
  8. Libaspur
  9. Peeragarhi Village
  10. Khyala
  11. Hastsal Pocket – D
  12. Shalamar Village
  13. New Mandoli
  14. Nawada
  15. Rithala
  16. Swarn Park Mundka
  17. Haiderpur
  18. Karawal Nagar
  19. Dabri
  20. Basai Darapur

Starting up a factory, hotel, hospital, mall etc in Delhi would required many registration and DPCC consent is one them. DPCC consent i.e, consent to establishment, required before setting up of unit. I am trying to give you step by step guide on getting dpcc consent, dpcc noc, dpcc license.

Step 1- Identify your business process

Step 2- Identification of DPCC activities

Step 3- Preparation of documents- following documents required for making application with DPCC -Delhi Pollution Control Committee

Step 4 – Filing of application with dpcc department

This is crucial step, if you have knowledge about dpcc act and rules only then you should apply dpcc application online on dpcc portal. In recent years DPCC department is very activity in levy hefty penalties on units and this may also cost closure of unit. Alternately you can hire dpcc consultant for obtaining dpcc consent/ dpcc noc/ dpcc license/ dpcc authorisation.

For more information about DPCC, Fee Structure of DPCC, Drafting of application, reply to notice issued by dpcc, or any matter related with dpcc contact our expert team.

As per DPCC consent policy maximum period to grant dpcc consent is 30 days from the date of submission of application.

Hazardous waste means any waste which causes danger to health or environment, whether alone or when in contact with other waste.

According to CPCB, there are 4 types of industrial types mentioned below:

RED CATEGORY– Industrial Sectors having Pollution Index score of 60 and above
ORANGE CATEGORY– Industrial Sectors having Pollution Index score of 41 to 59
GREEN CATEGORY– Industrial Sectors having Pollution Index score of 21 to 40
WHITE CATEGORY– Industrial Sectors having Pollution Index Score incl &up to 20

White Category of DPCC depicts those industrial sectors which are non-polluting like biscuits, trays, cotton, and woolen hosiery making industry, electric lamps assembling and manufacturing only, solar power generation through the photovoltaic cell, wind power, and mini hydel power (less than 25MW).

It covers industrial sectors having pollution index score incl & up to 20.

Green Category of DPCC are those industries that generally don’t require any pollution control devices as they produce very minimal amount of pollution like bakery items, injection moulding items without reprocessing process, plastic processed goods.

It covers industrial sectors having pollution index score of 21 to 40.

Orange Category of DPCC are polluting

It covers industrial sectors having pollution index score of 41 to 59.

Industries that release hazardous pollutants are covered under red category of DPCC.

It covers industrial sectors having pollution index score of 60 and above.

Yes, for importing scrap in India, an importer has to get pollution registration only then he will be allowed to trade in importing scrap.

The government fees charged to obtain DPCC License depend on the kind of business entity and its operations. Below are the charges decided by the Government.

BUSINESS ENTITYFEES
Clinics, path-labs, and blood banksRs.1,000/annum
The operator of the facility of Bio-medical wasteRs.10,000/annum
Transporter of Bio-medical wasteRs.7,500/annum
Veterinarian Institutes, Dispensaries, and Animal houses

 

Rs.1,000/annum
Hospitals, nursing homes, and health care establishments (up to 4 beds)Rs.100/bed per annum (from 5th bed onwards)
Health care establishments/units run by government/ government body/Non-Profit OrganizationRs.100/annum

 

The above-mentionedstructure is for Consent to Establish, Consent to Operate and Authorisation for Bio-Medical waste management under BMW Rules for health care establishments.

To check the structure of the application fee for “Consent to Establish” and “Consent to Operate” for all industrial areas (other than the health care unit)

To check the structure of application fee for Consent for Housing Complexes, Commercial Complexes including IT and manufacture and Town Development Project

To check the structure of the application fee for the processing of the application for import clearance of Hazardous chemicals.

To check the structure of application fee for Authorization under Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling)Rules, 1998.

Yes, even if an industry is a non-polluting industrial unit falling under white category, one has to get pollution registration of DPCC.

No, application for DPCC License shall be made through online portal of DPCC.

No, NEFT is not an acceptable mode of payment to pay government fees under DPCC. Therefore, online modes are preferred for making payments.

The requirement of a display board is generally to be followed by industries falling under Orange category. A display board is a mandatory compliance where the industrial units have to put a display board in their industrial unit mentioning total capacity of production done, consent validity under Water and Air Act, quantity of hazardous waste generation, use of chemicals used and other necessary information related to waste generated.

All units are required to obtain CTE and CTO whether it is a polluting or non-polluting industrial unit. According to CPCB guidelines, DPCC has 4 categories of industries differentiated upon the pollution index score.

Not required. Pollution consent is required by industrial units polluting the environment. As office does not pollute the environment, pollution consent is not required.

Yes, for conducting services facilities of cars, bikes, trucks etc, in a service centre, pollution NOC will be surely needed.

To obtain DPCC License you have to draft the legal document to file it online on DPCC Portal. After filing of documents, departments will inspect your application made for registration. When the inspector feels satisfied with the submitted documents then you will get DPCC License.

Drafting and filing of legal documents can a tough task for someone unknown to DPCC. Therefore, consulting a DPCC Consultant will be beneficial for you to get hassle free DPCC License.

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