Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA) is a not-for- profit, non-government organization (NGO), established in the year 2001 with the support of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and Section 80G of the Income Tax Act and enlisted with Central Pollution Control Board at national level. The organization was formed by a group of environmentally conscious individuals who firmly believed at promoting waste management practices at individual, group and national level. Today, it has become a multifaceted organization with people from diverse background. This diversity has helped the organization in widening its scope of work and impact. Over the years, the organization has been successful in providing solid waste management solutions to corporate, industries, educational institutes and residential colonies. It has reached out to both public and private sectors to sensitize them about the importance of incorporating issues of environmental considerations and self-sustainability into project or policy development for India. Bagging several patents and awards in developing cost effective and environmentally sound techniques and strategies for efficient management of waste, the organizations strives to conserve natural resources and benefit nation’s economy. In the year 2016, IPCA has established its division for Air Quality and its Management under the name of Air Quality Management Services (AQMS). The aims of this initiative is to provide impartial Air Quality Testing & Consultation Services with the help of finest range (Gold standard) of calibrated instruments. AQMS is committed to provide a comprehensive solution for improving the indoor air quality in residential, institutional, commercial and corporate houses in urban regions of India. AQMS strictly follows National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), India, WHO, ASHRAE standards for air quality monitoring and testing using most advanced and accurate instruments.
Sustainable economic development of India in a way that it ensures environmental protection
- To improve livelihood through responsible use of natural resources for the welfare of present and future generations
- To ensure proper recycling/processing of different kinds of waste to produce other useful consumable products, and
- To provide solutions to environment and climate related problems