Growth in different industrial areas are constantly increasing the pollution. That's why different states are obligatory to follow the CPCB's established guidelines. Likewise, Sikkim State Pollution Control Board has implemented several measures or laws to control or prevent pollution. JR Compliance has come up with an integrated approach to control and prevent pollution. Contact our experts for reliable, flexible, and adpatable services.
Sikkim State Pollution Control Board was established as an autonomous body by the Government of India under the notification Sub-section (1) of Section 4 of Water Act, 1974 in 2008. SPCB- Sikkim has been established as an advisor and regulatory body with the motive to control, prevent, and abatement of pollution.
Being an advisory body, SPCB- Sikkim advises the state government to take appropriate measures to prevent, control, and abatement of pollution. While being a regulatory body, its responsibility is to ensure the implementation of established Acts and regulations under environmental Acts. Below-mentioned are some of the Acts and Regulations SPCB- Sikkim is entrusted to implement -
Obtaining a CTE from SPCB- Sikkim is an obligatory requirement not only to avoid penalty but also to create a safe and sound environment for yourself and society. Well, JR Compliance has come up with an integrated approach to take care of each and every aspect of CTE.
We have completed several CTEs for different industrial sectors and States like Delhi, not just to earn profit, but also because we believe that preservation of the environment is not individual responsibility but of society.
Contact our experts and seek the finest guidance to obtain CTE/CTO under SPCB- Sikkim.
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