Central Ground Water Authority Certificate | CGWA Registration | NOC | Compliance

Central Ground Water Authority Certificate | CGWA Registration | NOC | Compliance

Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA)

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  • The Indian Parliament enacted Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to regulate, monitor and control the pollution and to safeguard the environment in the Union Territory of India.  The Central Ground Water Authority was set up under Section 3 (3) of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 so that all the water resources in the Indian Territory could be developed and preserved for the usage of the future generations of India.
  • The Central Ground Water Authority is operational in 802 Over-exploited and 169 Critical Assessment Units for the regulation of ground water abstraction by industry and other projects. A complete list of assessment units and of these critical areas has been prepared by the CGWA and also provided to the State Pollution Control Boards and Ministry of Environment & Forests.
     

  • The CGWA NOC Certificate is mandated to exercise its powers given by section 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 for issuing directions and taking necessary measures as mentioned in sub-section (2) of section 3 of this Act.
  • The CGWA is to implement penal provisions contained in sections 15 to 21 of this Act.
  • It is to delineate the steps for the regulation and control of the management and development of groundwater in the country.
  • The CGWA is to appoint the official cadre for the executive functions of CGWA Certificate by exercising its powers under section 4 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986

As per this list of Assessment units, the CGWA has notified 162 critical/ overexploited areas in parts of NCT Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, MP, Gujarat, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, UT of Puducherry and UT of Diu, so that the abstraction of groundwater for commercial purposes could be controlled and regulated. The concerned Deputy Commissioners/ District Magistrates have been directed under Section 5 of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to enforce the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to regulate groundwater development in these notified areas. The commercial abstraction of the groundwater in the notified areas is prohibited for a private entity and the permission for drilling tube wells is being granted only to the Govt. agencies responsible for drinking water supply.

1.    Andaman and Nicobar Islands
2.    Assam
3.    Arunachal Pradesh
4.    Bihar
5.    Chhattisgarh
6.    Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu
7.    Gujarat
8.    Jharkhand
9.    Madhya Pradesh
10.    Maharashtra
11.    Manipur
12.    Meghalaya
13.    Mizoram
14.    Nagaland
15.    Odisha
16.    Rajasthan
17.    Sikkim
18.    Tripura
19.    Uttarakhand
20.    Andhra Pradesh (only mining projects)
21.    Telangana (only mining projects)
 

  • CIN certificate of the private/public limited company
  • AOA /MOA
  • MSME certificate
  • GST certificate
  • Company PAN Card
  • Board declaration for authorised person
  • Adhaar card of authorised person
  • State Pollution board certificate (CTE/CTO)
  • Factory license
  • Electricity bill
  • Industrial area allotment letter/rent agreement
  • Layout plan/Naksha

In addition to the above stated documents, we would also require following information:

  • Diameter of boring
  • HP of pump / motor
  • Rooftop area in sq. ft
  • Open area in sq. ft
  • Paved area
  • Green area
     

The CGWA permission for ground water abstraction is required for following purposes:

  • Industrial Use
  • Infrastructural Use
  • Mining use 
     

  • Firstly, the applicant must visit the official website of the Central Ground Water Authority and
  • Then click for water extraction on NOCAP online application. 
  • Submit the above-stated documents, along with Rain Water Harvesting Report, Water Balance Diagram, Municipal NOC etc at CGWA website. 

The Government fee for CGWA NOCAP online application is Rs.1000. Besides, the applicant may hire an agency for the reports required for CGWA NOCAP online application.

Metacorp Consulting fee -  Rs.30,000 for upto 10 KLD water requirement.

The above fee includes - 

1. Rain Water Harvesting Report

2. Water Level Diagram

3. Ground Water Laboratory Test Report

Rs.10,000 for Municipal NOC for Non-availability of Water Supply

Metacorp Consulting fee -  Rs.40,000 for upto 100 KLD water requirement.

The above fee includes - 

1. Rain Water Harvesting Report

2. Water Level Diagram

3. Ground Water Laboratory Test Report

4. Geo-tagging of bore wells

Metacorp Consulting fee -  Rs.50,000 for upto 500 KLD water requirement.

Metacorp Reports charges - Rs.2,25,000 

The above fee includes - 

1. Rain Water Harvesting Report

2. Water Level Diagram

3. Ground Water Laboratory Test Report

4. Geo-tagging of bore wells

5. Hydrogeological Report

6. Impact Assessment Report 

 

Central Ground Water Authority NOC Certificate for Boring Permission

Central Ground Water Authority NOC Certificate for Boring Permission: The role of groundwater in the country’s food security and in meeting the requirements of domestic and industrial sectors is recognized by all, yet the full implications of its injudicious utilization are understood by only a few. Ground Water management is needed to meet various sectoral demands without causing damage to fragile aquifers under stress. The price to be paid for this rapid development is emerging in the form of increasing areas of water scarcity and a fast decline in groundwater levels.

Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) constituted under Environment Protection Act, 1986, under the direction of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, is playing its role in the regulation and control of groundwater in the country. The paper deals with various activities of CGWA License and experiences during their implementation. The positive impact of control is reflected in greater awareness of the need for judicious management of available resources.

CGWA NOC Certificate plays a proactive role in creating awareness about demand side management including artificial recharge of groundwater and rainwater harvesting which has started showing its results as a public movement. The future strategy to effectively manage the fast-depleting groundwater resources in the country envisages a constitution of State Groundwater Authorities with technical support from Central Government.

About the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA)

As per the list of Assessment units, the CGWA has notified 162 critical/ overexploited areas in parts of NCT Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, MP, Gujarat, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, UT of Puducherry and UT of Diu, so that the abstraction of groundwater for commercial purposes could be controlled and regulated. The concerned Deputy Commissioners/ District Magistrates have been directed under Section 5 of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to enforce the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 to regulate groundwater development in these notified areas. The commercial abstraction of the groundwater in the notified areas is prohibited for a private entity and the permission for drilling tube wells is being granted only to the Govt. agencies responsible for drinking water supply.

States / UTs Not Regulated by CGWA

In following States / UTs, regulation of groundwater development and management is being done through constitution of State Ground Water Authority or government orders. 

CGWA does not Issues NOC for Groundwater Withdrawal in these States / UTs. For issue of NOC in these States/UTs, you may contact at address given below.

S.No STATES / UTS NAME CONTACT ADDRESS

1

Andhra Pradesh

(CGWA Issues NOC to Abstract Groundwater for Mining only One can apply online on this portal.)

Commissioner,
Rural Development Department,
Government of Andhra Pradesh,
Hermitage Building, Adarshnagar,
Hyderabad – 500004.
Tele No.: 040-23296799;
Fax: 040-23296799
Email comm_rd@gov.in

2

Goa

Chief Engineer (Water Resources)
Department of Water Resources,
Sinchai Bhawan, Alto Porvorim Bardez
Goa - 403521
Tele No.: 0832-2413046 ;
Fax No.: 0832-2412047
Email ce-wrd.goa@nic.in

3

Himachal Pradesh

Member Secretary,
Himachal Pradesh Groundwater Authority,
P & I –II Unit, I&PH Department,
Jal Bhawan Kasumpti, Shimla- 171009
Tele No.: 0177-2625478,
Email hpirrig@snacharnet.in

 

4

Jammu & Kashmir

Chairperson,
Jammu & Kashmir State Water Resources Regulatory Authority
(Winter Office November –April) :
Asoka Nagar, Satwari, Jammu 180004
Tele No. : 0191 – 2458845 ;
Fax No.: 0191-2458930
(Summer Office May –October) :
Syed Chowk, Brein Nishat, Srinagar – 191121
Tele No.:0194-2461829 ;
Fax No.: 0194-2461867
Email swrrajk@gmail.com

5

Karnataka

Member Secretary,
Karnataka Ground Water Authority,
Khanija Bhawan, Race Course Road,
Bangalore 560001.
Tele No.: 080-22269632 ;
Email dir-dmg-ka@nic.in

6

Kerala

 

Member Secretary,
Kerala Ground Water Authority,
Jalavignana Bhavan, Ambalamukku,
Triruvananthapuram – 695005 ;
Tele No.: 0471-2434098 ;
Email gwdkerala@gmail.com

 

7

NCT Delhi (through Govt. Orders)

Deputy Commissioner
(Each of 9 Revenue Areas of NCT Delhi)
Government of NCT Delhi.

8

Tamil Nadu (through Govt. Orders)

Chief Engineer,
State Ground and Surface Water Resources Data Centre,
Tharamani, Chennai – 600113
Tele No.: 044-22541527; 22542223;
Fax No.: 044-22541368
Email: cegwchn@gmail.com and cegwchennai@gmail.com

9

Telangana

(CGWA Issues NOC to Abstract Groundwater for Mining only.
One can apply online on this portal.)

Commissioner,
Rural Development Department,
Government of Telangana,
D No 1-3-1028, DWCRA Building,
Lower Tank Road, Hyderabad – 500080.
Tele No.: 040-27650041;
Fax No.: 040 -27650042;
Email: crd.telangana@gmail.com

10

West Bengal

Director,
State Water Investigation Directorate,
ICMARD Building, Block No14/2, Scheme –VIII(M),
5th Floor, Ultadanga, Kolkatta – 700067
Tele No.: 033-23567546 /48 /49 ;
Fax No.: 033-23567547
Email: pbwbadmip@gmail.com

11

Chandigarh (through bye-laws)

Finance Secretary,
UT Secretariat,
Sector -9, Chandigarh - 160009
Tele No.: 0172-2740017;
Email: fs-chd@nic.in

12

Puducherry

Member Secretary,
Puducherry Ground Water Authority,
No.15, 3rd Cross Street (extension)
Mariamman Nagar, Karamanikupam,
Puducherry – 605004
Tele No.: 0413-2204034
Email: secyfy.pon@nic.in

13

Lakshadweep

Administrator,
UT of Lakshadweep,
Kavaratti – 682055,
Tele No. : 0496-262255, 262497;
Fax No. : 0496-262184
Email: lk-admin@nic.in

14

Punjab

The Secretary,
Punjab water Regulation and Development Authority,
SCO 149-152, 3rd floor Sector 17C,
Chandigarh - 160017
Website:www.punjab.gov.in , www.irrigation.punjab.gov.in
Tele No. : ;
Fax No. :
Email: chairperson.pwrda@punjab.gov.in

15

Uttar Pradesh

The Member Secretary,
Uttar Pradesh State Ground Water Management & Regulatory Authority,
Ground Water Department, UP, 9th Floor, Indira Bhawan
Ashok Marg, Lucknow - 226001
Website: http://upgwdonline.in
GWD, UP Web site: upgwd.gov.in
Tele No. : 0522-2286481, 2287068 ;

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