Organic Waste Convertor (OWC)

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  • Liasoning Work
  • (MPCB/MEPL)

WASTE AUDIT

To quantify amount of waste generated 

CUSTOMIZED MACHINE CAPACITY

Catering to every unique requirement 

DEMONSTRATION AND INSTALLATION

Carried out by trained professionals 

POST – INSTALLATION SUPPORT

Expert care, services and original spares 

PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE

Periodic inspection via AMC 

PRECOMPOST CARE

Help put excess pre-compost to good use

Special Features 24 Hrs Composter

  • Fully Automatic/ Semi-automatic/  Composter
  • Batch/ Continuous Composter
  • Waste to Compost in 24 Hrs& Converts any kind of Organic Waste into Compost
  • Compact Design
  • Odourless & Noiseless
  • Volume Reduction Up to 80 %
  • No Additions of Saw Dust or Any Microorganism Again
  • Maintenance Free
  • Quality Material Used - Stainless Steel for Tank , Shaft & Mixing Blade
  • Overload Function works in case of Overload
  • Works on 3R Principle ( Reduce, Recycle & Reuse )
  • Garbage to Garden & Improve Soil Health
  • Reduces Global Warming and Air Pollution
  • Saves Money & Saves Landfill Space
  • Improve Soil Health

Environmental statement report

Environmental Statement Submission Date

Notification for Environmental Statement form v Published on 28 Apr 1992 by Ministry of Environment and Forest. As per act (Water, Air and Hazardous waste) Every Industry should submit environmental Statement for financial year ending (i.e. 31st Mar) to concerned state Pollution Control Board.

Information Collected through Environmental Statement Form V

In the Environmental Statement every industry should to provide Information on Production, Consumption of raw, Water, Pollutants discharged in environment, Solid and Hazardous waste with their Treatment Processes.
Important things to be reported to Pollution control board are:

  • If that company is reusing its by-products or waste material which results in Reduction in consumption of Air, Water or energy.
  • Production cost
  • Additional Investment proposals for environmental Protection i.e. up-gradation, Improvement in Process or New Equipment’s to reduce Environmental Pollution.

Consent

Under the provisions of these Acts, an entrepreneur running or establishing any industry or process, and discharging effluent/emitting pollutants into any water resources or on land/air and polluting thereby the environmental water/air is required to obtain consent, which needs to obtained in two phases;

  • Consent to Establish: This consent is to be obtained prior to establishing any industry or process.
  • Consent to Operate: Once the industry or process plant is established along the required pollution control systems, the entrepreneur is required to obtain consent to operate the unit. This consent is given for a particular period, which needs to be renewed regularly.

Hazardous waste

The authorization for collection/reception/treatment /transport/storage/disposal of Hazardous waste as defined under the Rules needs to be obtained by Board.

This section provides the information about application form, fees etc.

Schedule I And II of the Hazardous waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989 as mended in 2003

The schedule I of the said rules gives the list of the processes generating Hazardous wastes. There are 44 processes listed in this schedule which are called hazardous waste generating processes provided they generate the waste as mentioned in column 3 of the schedule.

The schedule II of the Rules gives the list of waste substances with concentration limits for different classes of waste. The hazardous waste can be classified in 5 classes as per the concentration of the waste substances mentioned in the schedule for each class.

 

 

Hazardous waste

The authorization for collection/reception/treatment /transport/storage/disposal of Hazardous waste as defined under the Rules needs to be obtained by Board.
This section provides the information about application form, fees etc.

Schedule I And II of the Hazardous waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989 as mended in 2003

The schedule I of the said rules gives the list of the processes generating Hazardous wastes. There are 44 processes listed in this schedule which are called hazardous waste generating processes provided they generate the waste as mentioned in column 3 of the schedule.

The schedule II of the Rules gives the list of waste substances with concentration limits for different classes of waste. The hazardous waste can be classified in 5 classes as per the concentration of the waste substances mentioned in the schedule for each class.

 

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