Date : 03-02-2010
Notice to Industries /
CETP’s situated in Uttar Pradesh for disposal of Hazardous Waste through
उ०प्र० में स्थित हैजार्डस वेस्ट उत्पन्न करने वाले
उद्योगों/संयुक्त उत्प्रवाह शुद्धीकरण संयंत्रों को कॉमन टी०एस०डी०एफ० में अपना
वेस्ट भेजने के संबंध में नोटिस
As per directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court in writ petition no. 657/95, it
is mandatory for all hazardous waste generating industries to dispose off
their generated hazardous waste in scientifically sound manner and take
authorization from the Board. As per Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and
Trans boundary) Rules 2008 framed under Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986
(Govt. of India), it is mandatory that ultimately the Hazardous Waste should
be disposed off in a Captive / Common Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage and
Disposal Facility (TSDF).
The following notice is now, therefore, being given through News Papers to all
industries / CETP’s generating Hazardous waste in the State of U.P., except
industries having their own SLF/Incinerator duly authorised by Board, failing
which the authorization issued to them for storage etc. shall be revoked and
necessary action, such as closure of industry shall be initiated:-
For the disposal of Hazardous waste, following common TSDFs/ incinerator have
been developed and are in operation in the state of Uttar Pradesh
- 1. All large & medium scale industries except those industries having
their own SLF/Incinerator duly authorised by Board, should become member of
common TSDF for final disposal of Hazardous Waste within a month of
publication of this notice and submit the proof in this regard to Head
Office, U.P. Pollution Control Board, III floor, PICUP Bhawan, Vibhuti Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow. The hazardous waste already temporarily stored by the
industries in their premises shall be sent to TSDF within two months of
publication of this notice.Thereafter the hazardous waste should be sent
regularly to TSDF within three months of its generation.
- All small scale industries should become the member of common TSDF for
final disposal of Hazardous Waste within two month of publication of this
notice and submit its proof to Head Office, U.P. Pollution Control Board,
III floor, PICUP Bhawan, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow. The hazardous
waste already temporarily stored by the industries in their premises shall
be sent to TSDF within three months of publication of this notice.
Thereafter the hazardous waste should be sent regularly to TSDF as directed
- As M/s Bharat Oil Co. India Ltd., Ghaziabad have installed incinerator
having spare capacity for common use, all nearby industries generating paint
sludge, oily sludge & oily waste except having there own incinerator
authorised by Board, should become its member subject to availability of its
spare capacity, within month.
- 1. One common TSDF ,with S.L.F. is being operated by M/S Uttar Pradesh
Waste Management Project (A Division of Ramky Enviro Engineer Ltd.), 380A,
Lakhanpur Housing Society,Lakhanpur, Vikas Nagar, Kanpur-208024 (U.P)Telefax
(0512) 2585076, at Kumbhi , Kanpur Dehat. Contact person is Mr. Hari Om
Saran Diwedi, Mobile no. 9335745566, email
- Another common TSDF with S.L.F.and coming up incinerator, is being
operated at Kumbhi, Kanpur Dehat by M/S Bharat Oil & Waste Management Ltd
Kanpur. The contact address is Mr. Naresh Minglani,M/s Bharat Oil & Waste
Management Ltd., E-18, Sahibabad Ind. Area, Site 4, Ghaziabad,
Mob. 9818674919 or Mr. Om Asrani, MIG-82, Barra-3, Kanpur, Mobile no.
- Banthar, Unnao common TSDF (S.L.F. only) for common CETP of Unnao
Industries, Banthar Industries and Industries located in Unnao only and is
being operated by IISL. Contact person is Dr. Subhash Awasthi, Tele Fax no.
- M/S Bharat Oil & Waste Management Ltd., Ghaziabad for incineration of
oily sludge, oily waste and paint sludge only up to specified capacity.
Industries who generate paint sludge, oily sludge and oily rags should
become its member subject to availability of spare capacity. M/S Bharat Oil
Co. India Ltd. Ph. No. 0120-3220356 is authorised for incineration of
incinerable waste (as above) 200 MT/year for captive use and 1200 MT/year
(extra capacity) is available for common use.