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Pollution Certificate For Battery Dealer

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Pollution Certificate For Battery Dealer

A pollution Certificate is issued by the competent authority to ensure that the company meets all the requirements of pollution control laws and regulations. It is require for many industries and businesses to run smoothly. The Pollution Control Board will issue a certificate after inspecting the unit which will indicate whether there are any violations or not.

The Pollution Certificate is issued by the Pollution Control Board (PCB) which is a statutory body established under the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974. It monitors compliance with environmental standards in India and issues a certificate if an application is found to be complying with such standards.

A company can get its pollution certificate from state PCB or through the online submission of applications on its website. This certificate states that there are no violations of environmental laws and regulations at your place of business or industry.

Why Do You Need Pollution Certificate For Battery Dealer?

The main reason why you need a pollution certificate for battery dealer is that it helps you in following all the rules and regulations set by the government for manufacturing, importing and exporting batteries of any kind. Also, it makes sure that no harmful chemicals are use in any process related to making batteries so that there is no harm caused to humans or animals nearby. Thus, it helps in maintaining healthy standards of living in our cities as well as townships.

It is mandatory for all industries to obtain a pollution certificate before starting their operation. This certificate is issued after an inspection of the industrial unit and its surrounding areas by officials from the Pollution Control Board (PCB).

List of documents required while applying for Registration under Batteries (Management & Handling) Rules, 2010

  1. Form-I for returns of Bulk consumers, Importers & Manufacturers
  2. Form-IV for registration of battery dealers along with GST Registration certificate, PAN Card and Aadhar Card
  3. Thirdly, and most importantly, Form-V for filing returns by battery dealers
  4. Form-VII for filing returns by recyclers
  5. Form-IX for filing returns by auctioneers

IMPORTER REGISTRATION. –

Importers should register with the Central Pollution Control Board using Form I for a period of five years, with a provision for cancellation in the event of failure to collect the required number of used batteries as per the rules, non-submission of timely half-yearly returns to the State Pollution Control Boards with a copy to the Central Pollution Control Board, and registration renewal based on compliance.

Responsibilities of Manufacturer, Importer, Assembler and Re-conditioner:

  1. Manufacturer: Manufacturers must ensure that their products are safe for use. Their responsibility includes the design, development and manufacture of safe products. The manufacturer is also responsible for providing adequate warnings about hazards which are present in its product. Manufacturers should also provide instructions for safe use of their products. If a product is found to defective or if it has any defect, then the manufacturer should take corrective action immediately to protect the interests of consumers.
  2. Importer: An importer’s responsibility is to import goods from other countries into their country of residence. He/she must ensure that the goods imported are safe for use by consumers as well as environment friendly. An importer must fulfill all legal requirements before importing any product into his/her country. The importer also has to ensure compliance with all applicable standards such as international quality standards (ISO 9000), environmental standards (ISO 14000) and social compliance standards (OHSAS 18001).
  3. Assembler: An assembler’s responsibility is to assemble different parts into a whole product and sell them under his/her own brand name or label. In order

The following documents are require for battery waste management authorization:

  1. Application Form
  2. Waste Management Plan
  3. Thirdly, and most importantly, Certificate of Registration of the Company (for the applicant).
  4. Company Profile/Certificate from Bank/NGO etc., if available.
  5. A copy of Export / Import License, if available
  6. Authorized Signatory Aadhar Card and Pan Card
  7. GST Certificate
  8. Rent/Lease/proof of ownership of site
  9. Factory License/Trade License
  10. Electricity Bill
  11. Layout Plan/Naksha
  12. Importer Exporter Code
  13. Valid consent under Water&Air Act
  14. Valid Consent under Hazardous Waste Authorization

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