In export-import trade, permission from the Ministry of Environment and Forest is required if such export or import goods contain hazardous wastes. In India, the MoEF (Ministry of Environment and Forest) is the licensing authority to issue such import export license for hazardous waste. The exporter or importer has to apply for MOEF Approval with the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) in the specified format for importing/exporting hazardous/recyclable wastes to use as raw materials. The material permitted shall be fully insured for transit as well as for any accidental occurrence and its cleanup operation, the adequate facility to handle imported hazardous waste in the form of raw material with details.
Importers of Electrical and Electronic Equipment, Spare Parts, Instruments etc. have to get a NOC from the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MOEF) to confirm their End Use and identification as E-Waste or not prior to Customs Clearance. One has to prepare a report to declare the Nature & Type of goods, Residual Life of the Equipment under Import w.r.t the guidelines of customs circular on Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and Transboundary) Rules, 2008. After the satisfactory submission of the Report to MOEF, the import then receives the NOC from MOEF on the basis of this Permission of MoEF in Import Export, the clearance is initiated with customs authority.
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Broad Objectives of The MOEF Registration
- Re-generation and afforestation of degraded areas
- Protection and preservation of the environment and
- Ensuring the safety, benefit, and welfare of animals
- Conservation, protection, and survey of forests, flora, fauna, and wildlife
- Control and Prevention of pollution
General MOEF Guidelines for Import and export of hazardous and other wastes
- In India, no hazardous or other wastes from any country may be imported for disposal.
- For hazardous and other waste products imported from other regions, only recycling, recovery, reuse, and utilisation, including co-processing, are allowed.
- With the permission of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, actual users may import other wastes in Part B of Schedule III.
- Actual users may be get Import Export Permission for Hazardous Waste in Part A of Schedule III
- With the prior informed consent of the exporting country and with the approval of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEF), the actual users may be able to import hazardous waste in Part A of Schedule III.
- The importation of the hazardous and other wastes included in Schedule VI is prohibited.
- The export of hazardous and other wastes from India specified in Part A and Part B of Schedule III and Schedule VI is permitted by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change. With the importing country's prior informed consent, the applications for the export of hazardous and other waste specified in Part A of Schedule III and Schedule VI will be considered.
- Before being imported into or exported from India, hazardous and other wastes that are not included in Schedule III but exhibit the hazardous characteristics outlined in Part C of Schedule III must first be approved in writing by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEF), as the case may be.