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Ministry of Environment & Forests
Northern Regional Office
Industry (Bulk Drugs)
Name of the Project:
Bulk Drugs by M/s Coral Drugs Pvt Ltd.
Clearance letter (s)/ O.M No. &
J-11011/135/2003-IA II (I) dt. 17.2.2006
Address for correspondence:
Chief Engineer (with Pin Code/ Tel M/s Coral Drugs Pvt.Ltd. No./Telex/Fax No./ E. Mail
Phone : 0130- 3293401 , 3293402 Fax : 0130-2482427
Exp.on EMP till 31.03.2011
Recurring cost on EMP— Rs. 2.12 lacs
Non recurring cost on EMP- Rs.12.10 lacs
Break up of the project area :
Break up of project affected
Not applicable since the project is located in
Exp.on EMP till 31.03.2011
Non recurring cost on EMP- Rs.12.10 lacs
d) Whether (c) includes the cost of Yes environmental management as
Non recurring cost on EMP- Rs.12.10 lacs
Forest land requirement :
The status of clear felling in
Status of construction :
Reasons for the delay if the
project is yet to start:
Dates of site visits
a. Date of previous site visit:
b. Date of present site visit:
(A) From M/s Coral Drugs Pvt Ltd.,
i) Shri S.S.Sharma,Director (B) From MOEF, NRO, Chandigarh
i) Shri Surendra Kumar, Director(S)
PART – II
STATUS OF COMPLIANCE
Sl. Conditions Compliance Status
A. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS
The gaseous emissions (SO2, NOx and HCL) and Being complied particulate matters, units should conform to the standards
Fugitive emission in the work zone environment, Partially complied product, raw material storage areas must be regularly monitored
Undertake measures for solvent recovery.
GW quality around the HW facility to be monitored
Undertake eco-development measures including
community welfare measures in the project area
B. GENERAL CONDITIONS
HW (Management and Handling) Rules, 2003.
Compliance of recommendations in the EIA.
Environmental Management Cell constitution.
viii) Provide adequate funds both recurring and non-
DETAILED MONITORING REPORT
It is a Bulk Drug unit being run by M/s Coral Drug Pvt. Ltd. is located in the HSIDC
industrial estate, Sonepat, Haryana. The unit was in operation at the time of site inspection.
The production figures of the industry for the period from 01.12.2011 to 31.05.2012 are given
below:- S.No. Name of the product
(Quantity in kilos)
The production figures from April, 2012 to August, 2012 are attached at Annexure-1.
This is a small scale unit. The observations after site inspection and point wise compliance
are given below:-
Display board indicating the details of hazardous waste was available on the gate of unit. However, it is to be updated from time to time.
During the visit the unit was in production phase.
The ETP of 10 KLD has been found installed to take care of wastewater being generated from the unit.
The facility for temporary storage of hazardous waste in the factory premises is in order.
The gaseous emissions (SO2, NOx and HCL) and particulate matters, from
various process units should conform to the standards prescribed by the
concerned authorities form time to time. At no time , the emission levels
shall go beyond the stipulated standards. In the event of failure of
pollution control system(s) adopted by the unit, the respective unit shall
not be restarted until the control measures are rectified to achieve the
As mentioned in previous report also, it is informed that final effluent from the
industry is discharged into industrial sewer of HSIDC. There are two stacks namely
15.25 meter with boiler and 7.5 meter with DG set. There are two DG sets having 180
kva and 230 kva capacities which are provided with acoustic enclosures. Stack
emission monitoring report and trade effluent test report at inlet and outlet
carried out by the HSPCB in August, 2012 for all relevant parameters are placed
in the file.
The reports indicate that all the results are within the permissible limits of
the HSPCB. The PA has been asked to submit analysis reports in respect of effluent at
inlet and outlet and stack emission monitoring report to the RO, MOEF from time to
Fugitive emission in the work zone environment, product, raw material
storage areas must be regularly monitored. The process emissions shall
be scrubbed with scrubbers and the scrubbed effluent shall be recycled in
It is observed that there is a wet scrubber to control solvent emissions as per
CREP report. The PA has submitted fugitive emission reports monitored by SIMA Lab, Delhi in October, 2010 in the work zone environment, product and raw material storage area. All the results are within the permissible limits.
As reflected in the EIA /EMP report, the effluent generation shall not
increase 4 cub.m /d (1.5 cub.m/d of process effluent and 2.5 cub.m/d of
domestic effluent). The effluent shall be segregated in into high TDS and
low TDS streams. The high TDS stream shall be forced evaporated. The
low TDS steam after primary and secondary treatment shall be used to
green belt development to achieve zero discharge. The effluent quality
shall meet the standard stipulated by Pollution Control Board/EPA Rules.
The unit has submitted a CREP report to Haryana SPCB wherein it is
mentioned that no toxic streams are generated requiring segregated treatment in ETP
& no incinerator installed as HW is ETP sludge only. PA had provided water balance
statement mentioning that source of water is from HUDA & borewell. Trade effluent
testing report at inlet and outlet done by HSPCB in August, 2012 for inlet and
placed in the file. The results indicate all the parameters within the
The company shall undertake measures for solvent recovery.
Solvent recovery system has been installed by PA. The PA has been asked to submit a write up on the Solvent Recovery System and its efficiency and efficacy.
The ETP sludge shall be packed in the steel containers and stored in the
underground storage pit within the plant premises and finally disposed of
in the TSDF. The leachates from the landfill shall be recycled back to the
The authorization obtained by PA under the HW(M, H & T) Rules, 2008 was valid upto 31.3.2013 only. The PA has been advised to get the Consent to Operate under Air & Water Acts and Authorization under HW(M,H & T) Rules, 2008 renewed from time to time. A Hazardous waste storage facility has also been constructed by the PA with a capacity for 6 years. Membership of Haryana Environmental Management Society and GEPIL, Faridabad has been obtained and being renewed from time to time. It is informed that HW to the tune of 0.650 kg per day is generated during production of drugs and as on 31.03.2011 in total 100 kg. of HW was lying at HW storage facility. The HW is filled up in plastic drums and kept in HW storage facility. The PA has shifted in total 1111.970 kg of HW to TSDF, Pali, Faridabad on 16.06.2010. The receipt in this regard is placed in the file. It is further informed that waste oil to the tune of 100 litre per year is generated from the DG sets which is kept in a drum separately and disposed off by selling to registered recyclers only. The PA has submitted return in Form-4 & 13 for the year ending December, 2010 and Environment Statement for the year 2009-2010 which was due in September, 2010. The PA has been asked to submit Environment Statement for the year 2011-2012 also in time.
The ground water quality around the hazardous waste disposal facility
shall be regularly monitored and data recorded to ensure there is no
contamination of ground water.
Ground water has been tested at Microbiological Lab in the industry in
September, 2012 and all the results have been found within the prescribed parameters.
Company shall adopt rainwater harvesting measures to recharge the
The rainwater system is established and it is in operational stage. The PA has
been asked to maintain a record of quantity of water being harvested per year and prepare a cleaning schedule for the recharge pits.
Green belt of adequate width and density in 25% of plan area should be
provided to mitigate the effects of fugitive emission all around the plant.
The development of green belt along the boundary walls, open space and
avenue roads shall be in consultation with the local DFO as per CPCB
The SSI unit has been constructed on a plot in a HSIDC industrial estate. There is less scope for green belt. However, the PA has planted about 50 trees of Ashoka species and shrubs at the outskirts of the industry covering 300 sq. yards of space. The
--6-- PA has been asked to plant few more trees at outskirts of the factory premises and submit the information in the following proforma:-
No. of plants
The Company shall undertake eco-development measures including
community welfare measures in the project area for the overall
improvement of the environment. The econ-development plan shall be
submitted to the HSPCB within three months of receipt of this letter for
The SSI unit has been constructed on a plot in a HSIDC industrial estate hence the conditions to undertake eco-development measures including community welfare measures in the project area for the overall improvement of the environment is not feasible.However PA has been contributing to Gurudham Trust Estate, Madhusudanpur, Bihar a monthly donation of Rs. 5000/-.The documentary proof of the same is submitted and kept in the file.
The project authorities must strictly adhere to the stipulations made by the
Haryana State Pollution control Board.
The PA is having valid consents under the Air & Water Acts and the authorization under the HW(M & H) Rules, 2008 till on 31.03.2013.The PA has been asked to get them renewed from time to time.
No further expansion or modifications in the plant shall be carried out
without prior approval of the Ministry of environment & Forests.
It is confirmed by the PA that there is no proposal for further expansion of the industry in near future. However, it is promised that the approval of the MoEF will be obtained before the expansion.
The project authorities must strictly comply with the rules and regulations
with regard to handling and disposal of hazardous wastes in accordance
with the Hazardous waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2003.
Authorization from the State Pollution control board must be obtained for
collections/treatment/storage/disposal of hazardous wastes.
Refer comments under Specific condition No.(v).
The overall noise levels in and around the plant area shall be kept well
within the standards (85dBA) by providing noise control measures
including acoustic hoods, silencers, enclosures etc. on all sources of noise
generation. The ambient noise levels shall confirm to the standards
prescribed under EPA Rules, 1989 viz. 75 dBA (day time) and 70 dBA (night
Acoustic chambers have been provided with the DG sets installed in the factory. However, the noise levels have been monitored by Haryana Test House in March, 2010
--7-- indicating the noise levels within the permissible limits of EPA Rules, 1986. No further monitoring has been done so far.
Occupational health surveillance programme should be undertaken as
regular exercise for all the employees, specifically for those engaged in
handling hazardous substances. The first aid facilities in the occupational
health centre should be strengthened and the medical records of each
employees shall be maintained separately.
It is informed that periodic medical check up is done in respect of all the workers.
Medical check up records of the workers to be done in October,2012 will be submitted by PA in due course of time. No occupational disease has been found in any worker during the medical check up done in October, 2011. This factory has been registered under ESI Act also. Certificate for the same is placed in the file.
The project proponent shall also comply with all the environmental
protection measures and safeguards recommended in the EIA and Risk
Refer comments under Specific conditions No.(iii).
A separate Environmental Management Cell equipped with full fledged
laboratory facilities must be set up to carry out the Environmental
Management and monitoring functions.
The PA has constituted the Environment Management Cell with 7 members. The
names and designations of the members and their duties was enclosed with earlier report. The PA has been asked to submit the activities of the EMC to this office with all six monthly progress reports.
The project authorities will provide adequate funds both recurring and non-
recurring to implement the conditions stipulated by the Ministry of
Environment and Forests as well as the State Government along with the
implementation schedule for all the conditions stipulated herein. The funds
so provided shall not be diverted for any other propose.
The PA has submitted the details of expenditure on different Environment
Management Plans from 1.12.2011 to 31.05.2012 as per statement given below:-
details till date Proposed budget
estimates for next two
(in Rs.) Lacs
(in Rs.) Lacs
2.12 12.10 6.38 0.02
The PA has been asked to update above cited information in all six monthly progress reports.
The implementation of the project vis-à-vis environmental action plans will
be monitored by Minister’s regional office at Chandigarh/ State Pollution
Control Board/ Central Pollution Control Board. A six monthly compliance
status report shall be submitted to monitoring agencies.
The project has been monitored on 21.09.2012. Regular submission of six monthly
progress report is yet to be ensured.
The Project Proponent shall inform the public that the project has been
accorded environmental clearance by the Ministry and copies of the
clearance letter are available with the State Pollution Control Board/
Committee and may also be seen at Website of the ministry of Environment
and Forests at http:/envfor.nic.in.
It is informed that advertisements have already been given in two newspapers but
the copies of the advertisements are yet to be submitted by the PA.
Any other matter:
The PA has taken policy under the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 vide with a
validity till 18/06/2012. The PA has been asked to get the policy renewed from time to
Encl. as above:
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