Indian Environmental Protection Act For Mandatory waste management

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Environmental protection act Urban plants This Environmental protection Act was enacted in 1986, and it aims to establish a sufficient protection system. This Act confers powers to the Central Government of India to regulate all forms of waste. It is one of the primary legislatures to protect the environment and regulation of waste management. Some of the important provisions of this environment protection Act is given as under-
Section 7 of this Act places a principal prohibition on harming the environment by stating that no person carrying any activity of waste management should emit or discharge environmental pollutants in excess of the prescribed standards.
Section 9 of the Act states that if any event takes place which harms the environment through any foreseen or unforeseen event, the person responsible for the harm is duty bound to prevent or alleviate the waste pollutant, discharged as a result of such event. The person is also obliged to inform the proper authorities about the event which may harm the environment in India.
Polluter Pays Principle: Section 9 (3) of the Act embodies the “Polluter Pays Principle” which states that any expense which has been incurred to restore the environment to its natural state shall be paid by the person who is responsible for such bio degradation. This concept of a continuing punishment is very important for waste management.
The Environmental Act also contains provisions which remove the corporate veil. In case any environmental offense was committed by a company, with the connivance or consent of any manager, director, secretary or any other officer of the company, they’ll be held personally liable for committing offenses in the name of the company.
Environmental Protection Rules: Commonly known as the Environmental Protection Rules, 1986, these rules were formulated by the government under the power conferred to them by the Environmental Protection Act from Indian Penal code. Through these powers, the government of India has the authority to give specific directions, without changing the principle Act.
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