Environmental Clearance

The information on the projects accorded environmental clearance is given below :

Sl. No.

Name of Projects



Authority and Date of Approval



Naptha Cracker and LDPE Project

Indian Petro-Chemicals Corporation Ltd.

Baroda Complex, Vadodara, Gujarat

J-11011/13/99-IA.II (I)
dated Oct 08, 1999

Comprehensive Risk Analysis of the Petrochemicals Complex and associated facilities must be done once the engineering design and lay out is frozen and before commissioning of the new cracker. In the meanwhile, the Company must implement the recommendations made in the risk analysis study including provisions of ROV and operation with reduced inventory of HF [from 55 MT to 15 MT].


Expansion of Bulk Drug Unit

Max Pharma

Kallahalli village, Mysore, Karnataka

J.11011/22/99-IA II
dated Oct 08, 1999

The gaseous emissions (SO2, NOx, H2S, CO) and particulate matters, from various process units should conform to the standards prescribed by the concerned authorities from time to time. At no time, the emission level should go beyond the stipulated standards. In the event of failure of pollution control system(s) adopted by the unit, the respective unit should not be restarted until the control measures are rectified to achieve the desired efficiency.


Sutlej Yamuna Link Canal Project

Irrigation Department, Govt. of Haryana


dated Nov 29, 1999

Adequate free fuel arrangement should be made to the labour force engaged in the construction work at project cost. Fuel depot may be opened at the site to provide the fuel. Medical facilities as well as recreational facilities should also be provided to the labourers.

Continuous monitoring of ground water in the command area, should be taken up for checking the salinity of the soil.


Extension of the new Mangalore Port Trust building

M/s Coast Guard reg.


dated Oct 18, 1999

The height of the building shall not exceed 13.65 metres as proposed by the proponents subject to existing FSI/FAR norms. The height of the overhead tank shall not exceed 23 metres.


Extension of Anna International Terminal at Chennai Airport

Airports Authority of India

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

dated Oct 07, 1999

No ground water shall be tapped for this project. Even the existing water requirements, which are presently being met by drawl of ground water shall be subsequently met by the water to be supplied from the Anandu Pallavaram Scheme. The proponents shall inform this Ministry within three months after consulting the Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Disposal Board, the date by which they will be able to stop extraction of ground water for use in the Airport.

All the conditions stipulated by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board vide their letter No.P2/TNPCBD/F.2418/KPM/RL/W&A/99 dated 08.07.99 shall be strictly implemented.