Plastic Waste Management Certification

Plastic Waste Management Certification

Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Certification

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Plastic as a material is not an issue, the issue is how to manage the waste of plastic. As per various surveys conducted, India generates 26000 tonnes of plastic waste every day from urban areas. Plastic waste has negative impact on the environment, especially on marine life, which comes from land based activities. Plastic is a unique material and its application ranges widely, from packaging of food items to medical and engineering equipment. The Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Rules, 2016 clearly state that Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) should monitor that nobody can use less than 50 microns thick plastic bags and not allow usage of recycled plastics for packing of food items including beverages. The Rules also require that local bodies should provide separate collection, storage, and processing of plastic waste in their areas.

The Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Rules, 2016 make an arrangement to reduce the negative impact on the environment-related to plastic waste, in today’s era plastic is a wonder material and its use is almost impossible to ban. Under the PWM rules, authorities like Urban Local Bodies and Panchayats should provide separate collection, storage, and processing of plastic waste in their areas.

  • Monitor and facilitate to use of more than 50 micron plastic carry bag 
  • Plastic has reached in rural area and therefore it expands jurisdiction of applicability from the municipal area to rural areas
  • To set responsibilities to producer and generator of plastic waste to take back waste from the market in respect of their target as Extended producer responsibility (EPR)
  • To create awareness in the civil societies to minimize the use of plastic 
  • To promote use of plastic waste for road construction as per Indian Road Congress guidelines or energy recovery, or waste to oil etc. 
     

  • Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE)
  • High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC - U)
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Polystyrene or Styrofoam (PS)
  • Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)
  • Others
     

  • Producers or Brand Owners of plastic products 
  • Units Engaged in Processing or Recycling of Plastic Waste 
  • Manufacturers of Plastic Raw Materials
     

  • Pan card and Aadhar Card of Authorized person
  • Authorization Letter (except Proprietorship)
  • Layout Plan/ Naksha
  • Consent to Operate (CTO) from State Pollution Control Authority  
  • EPR Plan
  • Agreement with Authorized Recycler
  • NOC form ULB
  • Rent Agreement/Proof of Location
  • Cost of project
     

The applicant is required to submit the above stated documents, along with the application, in a prescribed format, to the State Pollution Control Board. The concerned officer may inspect the premises where the plastic materials are being used and may issue some clarifications. Once the clarifications issued by the Inspecting Authority are suitably submitted, the Plastic waste Management Authorization certificate is issued. 

The Government fee for Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Authorization certificate may range from NIL to up to Rs.10,000 depending on the State Pollution Control Board. If an agency is hired for the same, it may charge you some fee. Metacorp charges Rs.20,000 as consulting fee for end to end delivery of Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Authorization certificate.

Introduction

Plastic as a material is not an issue, the issue is how to manage the waste of plastic. As per various surveys conducted, India generates 26000 tonnes of plastic waste every day from urban areas. Plastic waste has negative impact on the environment, especially on marine life, which comes from land based activities. Plastic is a unique material and its application ranges widely, from packaging of food items to medical and engineering equipment. The Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Rules, 2016 clearly state that Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) should monitor that nobody can use less than 50 micron thick plastic bags and not allow usage of recycled plastics for packing of food items including beverages. The Rules also require that local bodies should provide separate collection, storage, and processing of plastic waste in their areas.

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