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  • Helping with the documenting system for CGWA-Water Boring NOC
  • Legal Consultation on renewal of NOC for groundwater.

Overview Regarding the CGWA-Water Boring

The public authority of India laid out CGWA (Central Ground Water Authority) under Section 3(3) of the Climate (Assurance) Act, 1986 (EPA) in satisfaction of the request given by the Hon’ble High Court of India for directing and controlling the groundwater the board and advancement. A legal body gives a No complaint endorsement for water exhausting set up by enterprises in India. Alongside this, CGWA (Central Ground Water Authority) additionally has the accompanying power: –

  • Power to appoint officers mandated by Section 4 of the Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986.
  • It also has the power to recourse to provide penal punishment as stipulated by Sections 15 and 21 of EPA.
  • Implement the powers conferred under Section 5 of the Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986 regarding the regulations mentioned in the sub-clauses of section 3 of the Act.

Regulatory Measures

  • The Central Ground Water Authority regulates the expulsion of groundwater by Enterprises/projects. The State Pollution Control Board and the ministry of environment, Forest and climate change are provided with the list of the areas where they need to allude the ventures/projects from those areas to CGWA for their endorsement and NOC.
  • In a portion of the told regions, the development of new groundwater is disallowed. On account of boring cylinder wells, the authorization is just conceded by the public authority specialists, which are responsible for dealing with the drinking water supply.
  • The ¬†Central Ground Water Authority has announced 162 overexploited/basic regions in the segments of NCT Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, UT of Diu and UT of Puducherry..

Eligibility for setting up a CGWA- Water Boring for the Industry:-

The Central Ground Water Authority grants the authorisation for CGWA-Water Boring if the following conditions are met:-

  • The information on whether the applicant was establishing a new plant or digging up Water for the existing plant and your location
  • The applicant must belong to Three industrial segments, which are Infrastructure and mining
  • The water utilised should be Fresh or Saline Water.

Documents required for CGWA-Water Boring

The NOC required for setting up CGWA-Water Boring are: –

  • Industrial Water boring NOC
  • Mining Water Boring NOC
  • Infrastructure Water Boring NOC

List of Documents required for CGWA/CGWB NOC for Infrastructure Water Boring

  • Consent to establish granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974;
  • Consent to operate was granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
  • Site plan or map of the location
  • The flow chart of water requirements and recycled water usage at every stage (Only for groundwater withdrawal). This information should be shown in tabular format.
  • Self-declaration should be given regarding the certificate of water availability or non-availability from the government water supplying body.
  • Water requirement assessments according to CPHEEO guidelines include recycling and reusing treated water.
  • Letter of Authorization from concerned authority
  • Quality report from the governmental-approved lab on all exiting tube wells.
  • In case of establishment takes groundwater at 500 m3/day, a detailed report on groundwater conditions around 5 km of the region is necessary.

List of Documents required for CGWA/CGWB NOC for Industrial Water Boring NOC

  • Consent to establish granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974;
  • Consent to operate was granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
  • Site plan or map of the location
  • The flow chart of water requirements and recycled water usage at every stage (Only for groundwater withdrawal). This information should be shown in tabular format.
  • In case of establishment takes groundwater at 500 m3/day, a detailed report on groundwater conditions around 5 km of the region is necessary.
  • Water requirement assessments according to CPHEEO guidelines include recycling and reusing treated water.
  • Letter of Authorization from concerned authority
  • Quality report from the governmental-approved lab on all exiting tube wells.
  • Proposal for the rainwater harvesting/artificial recharge by the guidelines or criteria for evaluation of proposals.

List of Documents required for CGWA/CGWB NOC for Mining Water Boring NOC

  • Consent to establish granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974;
  • Consent to operate was granted by the concerned State Pollution Control Board under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
  • Site plan or map of the location
  • Quality report from the governmental-approved lab on all exiting tube wells.
  • Proposal for the rainwater harvesting/artificial recharge by the guidelines or criteria for evaluation of proposals.
  • Letter of Authorization from concerned authority
  • Detailed report on groundwater conditions around 5km of the area is required.

Procedure for acquiring CGWA-Water Boring NOC

The procedure for acquiring CGWA-Water Boring NOC is regulated as per the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986
Filing an Application. Submitting/Review Application Grant of license
For securing NOC for setting up exhausting water, the candidate needs to present the application online with the proper reports. Prior to presenting the application, the candidate should make Log-ID on the authority site of the power. After the application is presented, the specialists examine the application and documentation submitted with the application. Following the assessment of the archives, the NOC is allowed assuming there are no missteps tracked down in the application. After NOC is conceded, the candidate is expected to introduce an IoT-based groundwater Monitoring System within 90 days.

Validity and Renewal of CGWA-Water Boring NOC

When the application is submitted, and the No Complaint Declaration is allowed, it will be substantial for quite a long time from the date of issuance. With respect to the recharging of the No Protest Testament, the application should be submitted 90 days before its expiry.

Fine and Penalty

According to new Central Ground Water Authority rules, obtaining NOC is obligatory in the event that the business or any activity is drawing in excess of ten cubic meters of groundwater. Aside from this, the candidate is likewise expected to fabricate an IoT-based Groundwater Checking Framework; in the event that this condition isn’t satisfied, then the business will be obligated for a fine of up to Rs 2 lakhs.

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