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Speed Post File No. B-190194/Textile/New/WQM-I/CPCB/2017-18 ” Date: 29-01-2018 \ RT To, M/s Yash Greations DIRECTION UNDER SECTION 5 OF THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT, 1986 WHEREAS, the Textile industry is identified as one of the 17 categories of highly polluting industries in the country and have been discharging environmental pollutants directly or indirectly into the ambient water and air, which pose constant threat to cause adverse effect on the water and air quality; and WHEREAS, M/s. Yash Creations (Formerly Swastic Yarn Dryers), Natawa Road, Patali Ghar, Mirzapur- 231301, UP was inspected by a team from Regional Directorate (North), Lucknow on 22.03.2017 to verify the compliance of environmental standard: and WHEREAS, CPCB issued closure direction under section 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 on dated 26-04-2017; and WHEREAS, the unit replies vide letters dated 09-11-2017 and 15-11-2017 were examined and following observations are made. 1. The unit has applied for consent to operate from UPPCB. 2. The unit has applied for groundwater extraction from CGWA. 3. The unit has modified ETP to achieve the notified standard. 4. The unit has provided OCEMS data connectivity to CPCB server. AND WHEREAS, CPCB constituted a three-member committee vide office order dated 27.09.2017 having representative from CPCB, MoEF & CC and NMCG for examination and recommendation for revocation of the closure direction issued by CPCB; and WHEREAS, the three member committee in its meeting held on 21.12.2017 examined the replies of the Unit and recommended that the Unit may be allowed to resume operation and the unit shall submit treated effluent analysis report from laboratory recognized under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 within 30 days of resumption of operations; and NOW THEREFORE, in view of the above and in exercise of the powers, delegated to the Chairman, CPCB under Section 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the unit is directed to comply with the following directions: 1, The Unit shall remain closed and may resume manufacturing operations after seeking Valid consent to operate from Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Roard 2. The Unit shall immediately inform to CPCB regarding the resumption of operations. Page I of 2 3. The Unit namely M/s, Yash Creations (Formerly Swastic Yarn Dryers), Natawa Road, Putali Ghar, Mirzapur- 231301, UP shall operate ETP properly so as to ensure compliance with the effluent discharge norms notified under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. 4, The Unit shall submit one month treated effluent analysis report by the Laboratory recognized under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 within 30 days of resumption of the unit. 5. The Unit shall ensure continuous connectivity OCEMS with CPCB server. 6. The unit shall obtained permission form CGWA for extraction of groundwater. In case of default in compliance with the above directions CPCB will be constrained to initiate appropriate actions against the unit, without giving any further notice, in accordance with provisions of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 ee (S. P. GH PARIHAR) CHAIRMAN Copy to: 1 The Member Secretary Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board : [To ensure compliance of the Building No-TC- 12 V, Vibhuti Khand, direction please] Gomati Nagar, Lucknow-226010 2 The Advisor (CP Division) Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Indra Paryavaran Bhavan, + [For kind information please] Jor Bagh Road, New Delhi - 110 003 3. The District Magistrate Collectorate Office, District; Mirzapur : [For kind information please] Uttar Pradesh 4 ‘The Regional Director, Lucknow Zonal Office, [with direction that unit may Central Pollution Control Board, be randomly inspected within Ground Floor, PICUP Bhawan, 30 days of resumption] Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow-226010 (U.P.) [For uploading the direction at The Incharge IT Division, CPCB, Delhi CPCB website} 6 The Incharge WOM-II, CPCB, Delhi [ For kind information please] (A.SUDHAKAR) MEMBER SECRETARY M/s. Yash Creations (Formerly Swastic Yarn Dryers), Natawa Road, Putali Ghar Mirzapur- 231301, UP Page 1 of 2 Re Speed Post B-33014/7/2017 /IPC-II/ L bata January 30, 2018 To The Unit Head rent Works (Unit 1 & 2) mana, Himachal Pradesh Sub: Revocation of closure direction under section 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, WHEREAS, the cement plants are identified as one of the 17 categories of highly polluting industries which have been discharging environmental pollutants directly or indirectly into the ambient air and water, having potential threat lo cau! adverse effect on the water and air quality; WHEREAS, the Central Government has notified the standards for discharge of environmental pollutaniis from various categories of industries under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the rules framed there under; WHEREAS, there is need to inculcate habit of self-monitoring within the industries for complying with the prescribed standards and this can be achieved by the methods like installing online emission monitoring devices: WHEREAS, for strengthoning the monitoring and compliance through self regulatory mechanism, online source emission and effluent monitoring systems need to be installed and operated by the industries on ‘polluter pays principle’ ; WHEREAS, a direction under section 18 (1) (b) of the Water (Prevention 6 Control of Pollution] Act, 1974 and the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution} Act, 1981 wa issued on February 09, 2014 to all the State Pollution Contral Boards (SPCBs}/ Pollution Control Committees (PCCs) for installation of online emission monitoring system wert. PM, NOx and SO; in cement industries WHEREAS, considering the requests/ representations received from industries/ industrial associations/ SPCBs / PCCs, an extension of time up to June 30, 2015 for installation of online monitoring systems was granted vide direction dated March 02, 2015 under section 18 (I) (b) of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 and the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981; WHEREAS, a letter vide dated May 29, 2015 was issued by the Chairman, CPCB to all the SPCBs/ PCOs informing that no further extension of time will be given alter June 30, 2015 and consent to operate will be withdrawn along with forfeiture of bank guarantee of non-complying units; “ufeder waa! yal orga ee, Reefl-110032 Parivash Bhawan, East PH A Gch asuRRt Kdagal Cement Works, H.P FMV Te! | 45102030, 22505792, TTATEZ/Website » www.cped.nic.in