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.
IPCA is authorized Plastic Waste Recycler by CPCB and authorized PRO by Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee. IPCA is also expert committee member in the committee constituted by MoEFCC, CPCB, Govt of NCT of Delhi, Govt. of J&K, Govt. of Uttarakhand, and Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
IPCA has started its journey with door-to-door collection of municipal waste followed by segregation and composting. In the journey of over two decades, IPCA has worked extensively with various stakeholders including waste workers, waste generators and policy makers to develop sustainable supply chain of waste material. IPCA is also working on the project of Air Quality Monitoring and its management, Environmental Education and Awareness, improving life style of waste workers.
Adhering to the 15 out of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of UN, IPCA has created a network of more than 30,000 waste workers across 35 States and UTs of India and partnered with academic institutions like TERI SAS, Skill Council of Green Job (SCGJ) to encourage entrepreneurship in solid waste management. IPCA has also established Centre for Excellence in Waste Management & Research in collaboration with TERI SAS.
|Our vision||Our Mission|
|To ensure 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 solutions to environment and climate related problems.|