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Rule Book

Rule Book

Indian constitution has proactive environmental rules and legislations to safeguard country’s environment. The legislative scenario sphere headed by political representatives (national, state and local), administrative wings (such as Urban Local Bodies, Zilla Parishad, Gram Panchayat etc.) and Government established institutes that play research and advisory role (such as Central Pollution Control Board, State Pollution Control Boards, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute etc.). This formal mechanism is supported and at times critiqued by other stakeholders like Audio-visual and print media, Non-Governmen Organizations, academic and research institutes, environmental consultancies etc.

Here are few important Indian laws and legislations that influence organizational and community waste management.

Environment Protection rules that covers generic environment protection, management of plastic and hazardous substances, ozone depletion, environmental labs, eco-marks scheme etc. :

National Environment Tribunal was set up in 1995 by the Central Government established through the National Environment Tribunal Act 1995 to provide for strict liability for damage arsing out of accidents caused from the handling of hazardous substances. Read more on

National Green Tribunal has been established on 18.10.2010 under the National Green Tribunal Act 2010 for effective and expeditious disposal of cases relating to environmental protection and conservation of forests and other natural resources including enforcement of any legal right relating to environment and giving relief and compensation for damages to persons and property and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. It is a specialized body equipped with the necessary expertise to handle environmental disputes involving multi-disciplinary issues. The Tribunal shall not be bound by the procedure laid down under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, but shall be guided by principles of natural justice. Read more on:

Public Liability Insurance Act 1991 was enacted to to provide for damages to victims of an accident which occurs as a result of handling any hazardous substance. The Act applies to all owners associated with the production or handling of any hazardous chemicals. Read more on

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