At ENVIRTA, we understand the importance and need of various regulatory clearances for initiation and successful completion of any project or developmental activity on time.Therefore, we render our services for obtaining environmental clearance and other ancillary clearances from various concerned authorities on the basis of our EIA/EMP's and other technical reports, which are exhaustively prepared by our team of experts. Indeed, we focus on achieving environmental & economic benefits for our clients that are cost-effective, efficient and sustainable which in turn avoids any kind of clean up costs in the longer run.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an essential tool to assess potential environmental impacts due to a developmental activity. These impacts are fully understood and taken into account before the development is allowed to go ahead.
Government attaches high priority to the formulation and timely execution of development activities consistent with the declared socio-economic objectives of State's Policy. Government also considers it essential that such development does not result in indiscriminate and destructive uses of natural and other resources, nor should it lead to adverse environmental consequences at present and in the future.
ENVIRTA uses EIA as a formal tool to predict the environmental effects & consequences of developmental projects in the areas of mining, construction, oil & gas transportation pipeline, highways, thermal power plants, metallurgical industries, CMSWMF etc.
The enactment of the Forest (Conservation) Act 1980 had been done to help conserve the forests of the country. This act strictly restricts and regulates the de- reservation of forests or use of forest land for non-forest purposes without the prior approval of concerned authorities.
ENVIRTA provides consultancy services in the field of Forest Clearance; we assist our clients from both public and private sectors to comply with various guidelines issued by Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change from time to time. Our team of professionals has an in-depth understanding of the process involved in obtaining the forest clearance and we as an organization provide top notch solutions for timely procurement of the clearance.
The conservation & preservation of the environment and the protection of wildlife is of paramount importance. A balance has to be maintained between development on one hand and safeguarding the environment on the other.
The Wild Life (Protection) Act 1972 was enacted by the Government of India. It aims to effectively protect the wild life of this country and to control poaching, smuggling and illegal trade in wildlife and its derivatives. It is mandatory as per the Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972 and orders of the Hon\'ble Supreme Court that certain procedures have to be followed in order to take up any non-forestry activity within the vicinity of wildlife habitats. The National Board for Wildlife has been constituted by the Central Government under the Wild Life (Protection) Amendment Act 2002. The Wild Life Clearance is obtained as per the recommendations of the National Board for Wild Life.
We offer consultancy services for obtaining Wildlife Clearances. We have a team of experts who provide assistance to our clients in the compliance of the legal guidelines as notified from time to time.
In India the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearances are governed by the "Coastal Regulation Zone Notification 2011". The CRZ clearances are obtained in consonance with the provisions of EIA notification depending on the kind of activity which, the proponent intends to undertake in particular Coastal Area.
ENVIRTA is one of the few consultancies in India, which provides both EIA and CRZ clearances services as a one stop solution for prospective clients. The legal hurdles involved with CRZ clearances make it all the more a tedious job. This is where our Legal team plays an important role. We are the only Environment Consultancy which works with a Law firm (Coeus Legal LLP) as working partner for dealing with such policy, legal and regulatory issues. 
ENVIRTA provides technical guidance to obtain Consent to Establish (CTE) and Consent to Operate (CTO) from State Pollution Control Boards (SPCB\'s), which is a condition precedent for establishment or construction of any industrial unit, which is likely to discharge sewage or trade effluent into a stream or well or sewer or on land. 

There are several laws which have been enacted for the prevention and control of Air pollution and Water pollution to maintain the wholesomeness of water and air. To achieve the said objective, law mandates certain rules & procedures which are to be followed by the project proponent while establishing an industrial unit as it may discharge domestic sewage or trade effluent into water, stream, and well sewer or on land. Since, the level of pollution depends on the nature of activity; therefore the applicability of specific condition may differ in each case. Consent to Establish (CTE) gives right to the proponent to commence the construction work pertaining to that industrial unit. Once the CTE is granted, the said facility shall obtain Consent to Operate (CTO) from the concerned Pollution Control Board to make the unit functional.

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