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WELCOME TO IPCA

Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA) is a not-for-profit organization conceived in 2001 by a group of environmentally conscious individuals who firmly believed at promoting environmentally sustainable practices at individual, community, institutional and industrial level. IPCA is registered under the Society Registration Act, XXI of 1860 and also registered under 80G and 12A act of Income Tax. IPCA is an ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 & ISO 45001:2018 certified organization and pioneer in preparing and executing EPR Action Plan for Plastic Waste Management (PWM). IPCA has rich experience in formulating and executing community engagement program as well as developing infrastructure for effective management of waste and air.

Our Vision Our Mission
To insure Sustainable Economic Development of India in a way that it provides 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.
To provide solution to environment and climate related problems.

Comprehensive Effects Towards Making Changes

We use Innovative, Informative, Creative and Sustainable approach for the solution of global environmental problems.

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SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

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AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT

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EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY (EPR)

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PLASTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)

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Research & Academics

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our projects

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Segregation Of Organic-Waste For Recycling And Treatment (SORT)

Delhi and Noida, like many cities in India, suffers from inefficient Municipal Waste Management and the main problem is lack of waste management plan and lack of involvement of different stakeholders in systematizing waste collection and disposal. In response to this need, IPCA has launched a project “S.O.R.T.” (Segregation of Organic-Waste for Recycling and Treatment) supported by Swarn Lata Motherson Trust in Delhi/NCR. In this project waste will be minimized by source segregation and composting through a Sustainable Approach of Solid Waste Management.

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Innovative Mechanism For Management Of Plastic Waste

A model, supported by SBI Cards and Payment Services Limited, ensures sustainable supply chain management of plastic waste with inclusion of maximum stakeholders in the process

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MY 10 KG PLASTIC

(A Campaign by IPCA for Extended Citizen Responsibility)

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Garbage Recycling Program

This is a self sustained program launched in 2003 in which IPCA provides door- to- door Municipal Solid waste collection services. The waste collected is segregated and channelled to respective recycling industries.

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Certificate Course On Entrepreneurship In Solid Waste Management

Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA) and TERI School of Advanced Studies (TERI- SAS) have launched a Certificate Course on ‘Entrepreneurship in Solid Waste Management’.

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Project RELISH

Project RELISH (Recognizing and Empowering Local Initiatives for a Sustainable Habitat) is a pan- India project launched on 16 October 2020. It aims to recognize, appreciate and bolster the efforts made by organizations working towards management of solid waste at the grass roots of India. The project stemmed out of the need to strengthen these organizations by rendering them appropriate platforms for learning, sharing and evolving. Objectives:

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Highlights of IPCA

2500+

Training & Capacity Building Programmes

30,000+

Waste Workers Benefited

250,000+

Plastic Waste Collected & Processed

IPCA at a glance !

Our Sponsors / Collaborators /Clients

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LATEST Blogs

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Ban On Identified Single-use Plastic Items From July 2022: Plastic Waste Management (Amendment) Rules, 2021

16 Mar, 2022

As per Plastic Waste Management (Amendment) Rules, 2021, single-use plastic item “is a plastic commodity intended to be used once for the same purpose before being dispose of or recycled”. Among the most often used plastics are plastic carry bags, plastic food packaging, plastic bottles, straws, containers, cups, and cutlery. On one hand, their price, durability, and hygiene makes them prevalent, and on the other hand, recycling single-use plastics is very challenging. In India, 35 states/UTs estimated 3.4 million metric tonnes of plastic waste generation in 2019-20, which is somewhat more than the plastic waste generated in 2018-19.

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Together, Let’s Take The Responsibility!

22 Jan, 2022

The issue of waste management isn’t new and has been dealt with for years. Unscientific treatment, inappropriate waste collection, and littering are the key issues influencing solid waste management. As a result, problems such as environmental degradation, water pollution, soil pollution, and air pollution arise. According to reports, urban India generates almost 62 million metric tons of solid waste each year, out of which, around 3.4 million metric tonnes is plastic waste.

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Need Of Policy And Leadership Efforts To Tackle The Air Pollution Issue Of India

19 Dec, 2021

Air pollution is now not a unique problem of Delhi NCR. However, it is the problem of almost the entire India. There are more than 132 cities that face the poor air quality issue and come under the category of non-attainment cities with annual average PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations. These levels are well beyond the National

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IMPORTANCE OF WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES IN INDIA

14 Sep, 2017

We cannot think of sustainable and environmental friendly growth without thinking of waste management services in a developing country like ours. Be it large organizations or small businesses, comprehensive cleaning is essential for any type of business. Hence, the role of waste management services remains integral in India.

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CARBON EMISSIONS

12 Sep, 2017

In principle, one agrees that all nations must be sensitive to global warming and its disastrous impact on the world at large, one is not sure whether it is good to become fundamentalist about issues relating to climate change.

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WHY IS SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT INDISPENSABLE?

11 Sep, 2017

Solid Waste Management refers to effectively dealing with the solid waste. It is essential to manage waste properly so that it can be used constructively either through reducing, reusing and recycling. These 3R’s remain central to managing solid waste in the most efficient manner. We cannot negate the effect of solid waste on the environment. Hence, solid waste management is need of the hour. It involves several processes ranging from segregation, collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal of waste so that it can be dumped organically.

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IPCA and Sustainable Development Goals

Core Team

Prof. PadmaVasudevan

Patron

Prof. Vasudevan is a Ph.D. / D.Sc. (Honoris Causa) Aston University / F.N.A.S. and retd. Professor at IIT, Delhi. She is Currently Honorary Professor at Delhi Technological University (DTU).

Prof. P. K. Sen

Patron

Prof. Sen is a Ph.D. / D.Sc. (Honoris Causa) Aston University / F.N.A.E. and Retd. Professor / Professor Emeritus in Department of Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi. He is Currently Honorary Professor at Delhi Technological University (DTU)

Ashish Jain

Founder President

Post Graduate in Environment Management, Ashish has an expertise in the area of solid waste management. Having a rich experience in planning and executing local and national level projects, he has been successful.

Ajay Garg

Secretary

Ajay leads the Education and Awareness division at IPCA. He is responsible for managing educational projects in educational institutions, urban residential colonies, slum communities and villages. He also strengthens the operation of waste management.

Dr. Shyamli Singh

Joint Secretary

Dr. Shyamli Singh is Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Public Administration. Dr. Singh has her Ph.D in the ambit of Environmental management. She has wide experience in research and teaching. She has published several research papers.

Amit Jain

Treasurer

Amit is a graduate in Commerce from Delhi University and has an expertise in managing finances. He provides valuable guidance and monitoring to IPCA and is the key resource person for making financial strategies. He has an eye for details and is very analytical.

Dr. Radha Goyal,

Deputy Director

Radha is PhD from IIT Delhi and she is leading R&D division of IPCA with her previous working experience from CSIR- NEERI and Department of Civil Engineering IIT Delhi. She is author of many international publications on IAQ. Under her leadership.

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