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ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS DUE TO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Large scale contamination of water and air. 
  • Deforestation 
  • Increase in urban slums 
  • Generation of huge solid waste consisting of hazardous material. 
  • Water scarcity and ground water depletion. 
  • Global warming 
  • Greenhouse effect 
  • Ozone layer depletion

LIST OF PROJECTS OR ACTIVITIES REQUIRING PRIOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE 

Table 1.1.1. Mining, extraction of natural resources and power generation (for a specified production capacity) 

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Table 1.1.2. Primary Processing
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Table 1.1.3. Materials Production 

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Table 1.1.4. Materials Processing 
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Table 1.1.5. Manufacturing/Fabrication
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Table 1.1.6. Service Sectors 
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Table 1.1.7. Physical Infrastructure including Environmental Services
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Table 1.1.8. Building/Construction projects/Area Development projects and Townships

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Note:- General Condition (GC): Any project or activity specified in Category ‘B’ will be treated as Category A, if located in whole or in part within 10 km from the boundary of:
 (i) Protected Areas notified under the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972,
 (ii) Critically Polluted areas as notified by the Central Pollution Control Board from time to time,
 (iii) Notified Eco-sensitive areas,
 (iv) inter-State boundaries and international boundaries. 

Specific Condition (SC): If any Industrial Estate/Complex/ Export processing Zones/Special Economic Zones/Biotech Parks/ Leather Complex with homogeneous type of industries such as Items 4(d), 4(f), 5(e), 5(f), or those Industrial estates with pre –defined set of activities (not necessarily homogeneous, obtains prior environmental clearance, individual industries including proposed industrial housing within such estates/complexes will not be required to take prior environmental clearance, so long as the Terms and Conditions for the industrial estate/complex are complied with (Such estates/complexes must have a clearly identified management with the legal responsibility of ensuring adherence to the Terms and Conditions of prior environmental clearance, who may be held responsible for violation of the same throughout the life of the complex/estate).

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