Air Quality Index: Bhubaneswar
Date : 22.09.2020 | Index Value: 68 Prominent Pollutants: PM10 | Status: Satisfactory => Based on No. of Monitoring Stations

Shri Bikram Keshari Arukha

Minister of Forest & Environment, Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of Odisha


Shri Asit Kumar Tripathy, IAS

Chairman, SPCB, Odisha


Dr. K. Murugesan, IFS

Member Secretary, SPCB, Odisha


What's New

  • Time line for disposal of application for authorization/ renewal, under “E-waste Waste Management Rules, 2016”
  • Time line for disposal of application for registration/renewal, under “Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016”
  • Guidelines for removal/transportation of already excavated mineral ore by the previous lessees from the mining leases which expired on 31.03.2020 or, any other date as per provisions of MMDR Act, 1957

Notices

  • Guidelines for removal/transportation of already excavated mineral ore by the previous lessees from the mining leases which expired on 31.03.2020 or, any other date as per provisions of MMDR Act, 1957
  • Disposal of Hazardous Wastes for the units not requiring Consent of State Pollution Control Board, Odisha
  • Guidelines regarding Co[sent to Operate under provisions of the Water (PCP) Act,l974 and Air (PCP) Act,1981 to the mines to whom vesting ordeng have been under the provisions of MMDR Act, 1957 and the Mineral Auction Ru1e,2015.

Vision & Mission

To help Odisha pursue its cherished aspiration of sustainable development with its inhabitants and their future generations assured to breathe clean air, drink safe water, and live in healthy environment.

State Pollution Control Board, Odisha shall develop its capability to address environmental challenges emanating from the industrial and economic development of the state of Odisha. It will proactively design innovative predictive, preventive, and regulatory mechanisms for environmental management and will be responsive to all its stakeholders.

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