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Environment protection is a topic which has been at the forefront of societal concern since the past two decades. The need for protection and conservation of environment and sustainable use of natural resources is reflected in the constitutional framework of India and also in the international commitments of India. Realizing its importance, the Government of India has made Environment Laws and Rules to protect the environment essential for our existence.

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), Government of India is the apex administrative body in the country for regulating and ensuring environmental protection and lays down the legal and regulatory framework for the same. The MoEF&CC and the pollution control boards Central Pollution Control Board and State Pollution Control Boards) together form the regulatory and administrative core of the sector.

The main environmental laws, including under which various key environmental permits (or consents) are being issued in India, include the:

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Any business entity including Biopharma or Medical Device company involved in commercial activities such as manufacturing need to comply with the current environmental legislation and resulting regulations of the country. Detailed understanding and working knowledge of the environment compliance rules and procedures is relevant for even startups which may be planning to commercial operations.

Activities of the Biopharma or Medical Device Industry may pose low to moderate environmental and health risks requiring them to adhere to corresponding laws, putting in place safeguard compliance and exercising risk mitigation strategies.

Through this webinar, lets dive into understanding what relevant environment protection legislations, Regulation, Consent system and Enforcement as well as experience sharing by representatives of leading biopharma companies.


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Participation in the webinar will be free of charge, however advance registration will be required. The number of participants will be limited, and registrations will be on a first come, first served basis. For registration, please click here. Webinar will be livestreamed through Youtube, link is given here.

Contact Us

You may kindly contact NBM Workshop Management Cell, Biotech Consortium India Limited, New Delhi at nbmworkshop@biotech.co.in or 011-23219064-67 for any further queries regarding the programme.