Consistent growth in different areas of the industry are consistently increasing the pollution. That's why different states are obligatory to follow the CPCB's established guidelines. Likewise, Goa State Pollution Control Board has implemented several laws to control or prevent pollution in different sectors.
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It is an autonomous statutory organization established on July 1, 1988 under Water and Air Act, 1974. However, before the formation of Goa State Pollution Board, the Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution was performing its functions. For this purpose, the Central Pollution Board Ponda-Goa had been established as a Section Office.
Further, to uniformly implement the environmental laws throughout the country to keep environmental issues under check for the health and safety of the human beings, flora and fauna, including to control or prevent environmental degradation.
That’s why several necessary steps have been taken by the Government of Goa to control the pollution in Haryana through the proper implementation of laws formed by the Ministry of Environment and Forest.
Obtaining CTE or CTO approval from Goa State Pollution Control Board is necessary, but tough. Thus, a layman finds it challenging to understand or obey all the prescribed guidelines due to applicability of different Act, laws, and enforcement to ensure environmental protection.
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