MP news: Plastic has a big role in harming the environment, from scientific to all sections are concerned about it and are working on its alternatives, execution etc. Madhya Pradesh government has also taken an important decision regarding this.
This is the decision of the government
Madhya Pradesh’s Environment Minister Hardeep Singh Dung, while reviewing the activities of the Environment Department and Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board, directed that in order to control the pollution caused by plastic waste in Madhya Pradesh, only the plastic producing companies should execute the plastic waste disposal. ) has been assigned the responsibility. Environment Minister told that these companies will contract the execution company. Both will be officially registered and monitored by the Pollution Control Board. Chandra Mohan Thakur, Member Secretary, Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board, MR Khan, Executive Director, APCO and Karmaveer Sharma, Managing Director, New and Renewable Energy Department were present in the meeting.
These are the advantages of “Vivad se Vishwas” scheme
Minister Shri Dung informed that NOC is being issued to the industries within 30 days. No case is pending. Establishment consent, production consent and consent renewal etc. received by the Pollution Control Board are being disposed of immediately. Such industries and institutions, which have not obtained consent or authorization from the board due to lack of information, are being given consent without taking legal action on applying for ‘Vivad se Vishwas’ scheme.
Close monitoring of river pollution
Continuous measurement of water quality of 85 rivers and their tributaries of the state is being done. The policy of ‘zero discharge’ is in force to keep the rivers free from industrial pollution. Minister Mr. Dung has also included ‘Ankur Program’, ‘CM Rise School’, ‘Biosphere Reserve’ scheme, Sita Sagar Pond of Datia, Shivpuri Lake, Amrit Sagar Pond of Ratlam, Munj, Dhoop and Devi Sagar of Dhar in the National Aquatic Resource Conservation Program. Also reviewed the Shivna river conservation works.