Pollution NOC

Consent to Establish (CTE) from SPCB

  • CTE NOC, also known as Pollution NOC, is permission granted by the Pollution Control Board (PCB) to start construction at the project site.
  • It is a pre-establishment certificate that allows industrial and non-industrial projects to set up their plant and machinery and any other pollution control devices or equipment to control water pollution and air pollution, such as sewage treatment plants (STPs), effluent treatment plants (ETPs), and chimney and stack scrubbers.
  • The SPCB (State Pollution Control Board) grants the pollution control certificate under Section 25, Section 26, and Section 27 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, Section 21 of the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, and other pollution control laws.

List of required documents for CTE

  • Change of land use permission, license, Authority approval letter, and Allotment letter from the Town & Country Planning Department  
  • Rent Agreement and Lease deed, Collaboration deed, Khasra Khatauni, Sijra Map and Registry
  • C.A. Certificate regarding capital investment cost ( land, building, plant & machinery of the proposed project.)
  • The manufacturing process and Process Flow Chart
  • Design Scheme of Effluent Treatment Plant and  Sewage Treatment Plant, Air Pollution Control Devices, and Hazardous Waste Management 
  • Forest NOC from District Forest Officer and Deputy Commissioner for areas covered under Aravali Notification
  • Wildlife NOC if falling under the protected area of a National Park or Sanctuary    
  • Environmental Clearance letter in case of the projects covered under EIA NOC Notification dated 14th Sep 2006
  • Layout plan 
  • Board of Resolution, Power of Attorney, authorisation letter to sign the application, and other correspondences
  • NOC CTE fee and performance security/Bank Guarantee which depends upon the project investment/cost ( Land, Building, and Plant Machinery cost)
  • Undertaking and affidavits
  • Groundwater NOC, CGWA permission/CGWA NOC 
  • If the unit is engaging in the transportation of hazardous chemicals, details of chemicals transported, method, and safety measures
  • Detailed Proposal for installation of Continuous Online monitoring system as per the norms for wastewater and Emissions as the case may be
  • Forest NOC and Wildlife NOC and any other NOC if the project falls in Eco-sensitive zones, protected forest Areas, wildlife-protected areas, sanctuary, TTZ area (Taj Trapezium Zone)
  • 100% Delivery on Commitment
  • Transparency in process
  • Competitive price
  • Satisfied Clients
  • Time to Deliver

    30 to 60 days

  • Validity of NOC

    1. EIA Applicability: CTE may be issued for the validity same as EIA.
    2. Non EIA Cases - CTE issued upto 5 years, extendable for another 2 years.

Frequently Asked questions

The validity of the consent to establish (CTE) NOC depends on the category of the industry in which the project unit falls. CTE can be issued for 5 years.

It depends upon the project investment/cost.

Projects are required to furnish a bank guarantee which is refundable once they obtain Consent to Operate from the Pollution Board.

If you have any question which is not listed above then kindly contact us on the given number/ email.

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