Bio-medical waste NOC

Bio-Medical Waste Authorisation/NOC

  • Biomedical waste authorization is a permit granted by the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) or Union Territory Pollution Control Committee (UTPCC) to HCF (healthcare facilities) that generate biomedical waste.
  • The occupier of a healthcare facility has the primary responsibility to segregate liquid chemical waste and biomedical solid waste at the source.
  • This means that the occupier must ensure that the biomedical waste is collected and segregated into different colored non-chlorinated plastic bags (yellow, red, and blue) according to the Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules, 2016.
  • The biomedical waste must then be handed over to a Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment and Disposal Facility (CBWTF) or a biomedical facility.
  • Both healthcare facilities and CBWTFs must obtain a biomedical waste authorization certificate from the SPCB or UTPCC to operate.
  • In simpler terms, biomedical waste authorization is a requirement for all healthcare facilities that generate biomedical waste. It ensures that these facilities are properly segregating and disposing of their biomedical waste to protect human health and the environment.
  • Service Delivery Timeline

    30 days to 45 days

  • Validity of NOC

    1-5 years

Documents Required for Bio-Medical Waste Authorisation/NOC

  • Valid copy of CTE and CTO from Pollution Control Board 
  • Land documents like copy of Registry, Jamabandi or Mutation 
  • Occupier Agreement with Common Biomedical Waste Treatment Facility 
  • Approved Layout plan of the premises 
  • Details of Plant and Machinery installed at the site 
  • Authorisation letter/Board of Resolution 
  • Design Scheme Biomedical Waste Management Plan
  • Statutory fee to be paid to Pollution Control Board 

Why choose Northern Ridge for Bio-Medical Waste Authorisation/NOC

  • Experienced professionals
  • competitive rates
  • timely and efficient processing of your application
  • Reputed Clients

Frequently Asked Questions

An "Authorization" is your official permit to handle bio-medical waste. This includes generating, collecting, storing, transporting, treating, disposing of, or otherwise dealing with it, as per these rules and any Central Government or Central Pollution Control Board guidelines.

Bio-medical waste includes any waste created from: Medical care for people or animals, like diagnosis, treatment, and vaccinations. Research involving biological materials. Production or testing of biological products. Health camps.

A place where bio-medical waste is treated and disposed of, or where activities related to this treatment and disposal happen. This includes places where multiple healthcare providers can send their waste for treatment

Occupier" refers to the person in charge of a place that generates bio-medical waste. This includes hospitals, clinics, labs, and other healthcare facilities, regardless of their type or name.

Human Anatomical Waste - Animal Anatomical Waste - Soiled Waste - Discarded or Expired Medicine - Microbiology, Biotechnology and other clinical laboratory waste - Chemical Waste (yellow-e) - Chemical Liquid Waste

Contaminated Waste (Recyclable)

Waste Sharps including metals

Glassware  Metallic Body Implants

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