CA NOC from Pollution Board

CCA (Consolidated Consent to Operate and Authorisation)

  • CCA NOC is a combined pollution NOC that is granted under the provisions of the Water Act 1974, Air Act 1981, and Environment (Protection) Act 1986 for polluting and non-polluting industries.
  • It is a one-time permission under the pollution control laws that makes industrial units eligible to have consent to operate, hazardous waste authorization, and E-waste authorisation in one go.
  • Some pollution control boards, such as the Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board (UKPCB), and Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) have the practice of awarding CCA NOC after complying with the statutory requirements of the Pollution control norms.
  • Before applying for CCA NOC, any project or unit must obtain CTE-Pollution NOC under the provisions of the Water Act, Air Act, and EPA 1986.
  • Comprehensive Delivery Timeline

    upto 60 days

  • CCA Validity

    1-5 years depending upon the type and category of project

Documents required for CCA certificate

  • Property and Land Ownership: Land document (ownership proof), Lease deed (if applicable), Allotment letter from Development Authority (if applicable)
  • Financial Information: Auditors’ balance sheet for capital investment, CA certificate (Land cost, plant and machinery and building cost)
  • Business Operations: Manufacturing process flow chart, Copy of Consent to Establish NOC (CTE), Site plan or Layout Plan, Green area plan, OC (Occupational certificate) issued by the Development Authority/DTCP/municipal corporation
  • Pollution Control Measures: Design Scheme of Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP), Design Scheme of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP), Design Scheme of Air Pollution Control Devices (APCDs), Design Scheme of Hazardous Waste Management (HWM), Proposal for online monitoring system for effluent and emissions (if applicable)
  • Environmental Clearances: Forest NOC and Aravali NOC (from District Forest Officer and Deputy Commissioner, if applicable), Wildlife NOC (if falling under a protected area), EIA NOC letter (if project covered under EIA Notification dated 14.09.2006)
  • Water Resources: Borewell CGWA NOC from the CGWA, Water NOC, and Sewer NOC
  • Fees: Pollution NOC fee, Wastewater and effluent testing fee prescribed by the SPCB

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Frequently Asked Questions

All industries, infrastructure, mining projects are required to obtain CCA NOC as per the Pollution Control Laws in India.

Only white categories projects/Industries are exempted from consent management system. But these industries have to obtain the exemption nocs/letters from Pollution Control Board.

Yes, you are required to pay CCA application fees which depends upon the project investment.

Upto 120 days

Yes, on every CCA certificate Terms and conditions are printed on it and you are required to comply all Terms and conditions as mentioned in the CCA letter.

Yes, penalty is applicable for non-compliance of terms and conditions of Consolidated Consent to Operate and Authorisation as per applicable pollution byelaws.

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