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Pollution Control Projects - Government of India

Activities: Forest & Environment

Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs)
Objectives
The Ministry has undertaken a Centrally Sponsored Scheme for enabling the small scale industries (SSI) to set-up Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP) in the country. The SSIs are polluting the environment through their effluents but some of them are unable to afford installation of pollution control equipment. In order to encourage use of new technologies for CETPs for existing SSI clusters of units a scheme for financial assistance has been formulated. This promotional scheme is being instituted and will be implemented during the Tenth Five Year Plan.
 
Criteria for Consideration for Assistance 
i) CETPs in industrial estates or in a cluster of Small Scale Industrial units are encouraged.
ii) Central Assistance will be available only for clusters of SSIs.
iii) Projects for assistance will be prioritised on the basis of :
– Toxicity of pollutants
– Pollution load being generated and to be treated; and
– Number of units covered
 
iv) The CETPs are to be set up and managed by the State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation
(by whatever name known) or through an appropriate institution including a cooperative
body of the concerned units as may be decided by the State Governments/SPCBs
concerned.
 
v) The project should be self-supporting for repayment of the loan and meeting operation
and maintenance costs.
 
vi) The project must formulate adequate institutional arrangements for cost sharing, recovery
of dues and management and ensure observance of prescribed standards.
 
vii) The scheme must have the technical recommendation of the State Pollution Control
Boards.
 
viii) The CETP project should have the conveyance system from the individual units to the
CETP.
 
ix) Sludge characteristics (i.e. hazardous Vs. non-hazardous) from the primary and secondary
treatment of the CETP should be estimated. Therefore, the CETP should have a sludge
management plan which should be prepared based on the sludge characterisation and be
documented in the feasibility report of the CETP project.
 
x) Possibility of recycling/reusing the treated effluent from the CETPs by the member
units should be explored and be documented in the feasibility report of the CETP project.
 
xi) An environmental management and monitoring plan/programme to be prepared for the
CETP and be documented in the feasibility report of the CETP project.
 
xii) A legal agreement between the CETP Co. and its member units to be executed be
reflected in the feasibility report of the CETP project.
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xiii) The cost recovery formula developed for the CETP project should be ratified by all
members and be documented in the feasibility report of the CETP project.
 
xiv) Necessary clearance be obtained from the concerned State Pollution Control Board for
discharging the treated effluent and be reflected in the feasibility report of the CETP
project.
 
xv) All hazardous waste facilities associated with these CETPs should obtain clearance
from the concerned State Pollution Control Board and be documented in the feasibility
report of the CETP project.
 
Pattern of Financial Assistance:
- State subsidy : 25% of the total project cost;
- Central subsidy : 25% of the total project cost;
- Entrepreneurs contribution : 20% of the total project cost;
- Loan from financial institutions - 30% of the total project cost.
( e.g. IDBI, ICICI or any other nationalised Banks, State Industrial Financial Corporation
etc.)
 

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