Dec
3
Thu
Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns
Dec 3 all-day

The manufacturer/importer/ assembler/re-conditioner shall ensure to file a half-yearly return of their sales and buy-back of the Batteries, to the State Board in Form- I latest by 30th June and 31st December of every year.

Format:

Form I

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns by Auctioneers
Dec 3 all-day

The Auctioneer shall file half-yearly returns giving details of used batteries:

i) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage (of MT) available in a half-year.
ii) Sources of the used battery scrap.
iii) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage (of MT) auctioned during the half-year.
iv) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage of (MT) sent to the registered recyclers.

Format:

Form IX

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns by Consumers
Dec 3 all-day

It shall be the responsibility of the bulk consumer to file half-yearly return in Form VIII to the State Board.

‘bulk consumer’ – means a consumer such as the Departments of Central Government like Railways, Defence, Telecom, Posts and Telegraph, the Departments of State Government, the Undertakings, Boards and other agencies or companies who purchase hundred or more than hundred batteries per annum.

Format:

Form VIII

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Apr
30
Fri
Plastic Waste Rules- Annual Report
Apr 30 all-day

Every person engaged in recycling or processing of plastic waste shall prepare and submit an annual report in Form-IV to the local body concerned under intimation to the concerned State Pollution Control Board or Pollution Control Committee by the 30th April, of every year.

“Local body” means urban local body with different nomenclature such as municipal corporation, municipality, nagar palika, nagar nigam, nagar panchayat, municipal council including notified area committee (NAC) and not limited to or any other local body constituted under the relevant statutes such as gram panchayat, where the management of plastic waste is entrusted to such agency.

Format:

Form IV

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

May
1
Sat
Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns by Dealers
May 1 all-day

It shall be the responsibility of a dealer to file half-yearly returns of the sale of new batteries and buy-back of old batteries to the manufacturer in Form V by 31st May and 30th November of every year.

Format:

Form V

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Jun
1
Tue
Batteries Rules- Annual Returns by Recyclers
Jun 1 all-day

Each Recycler shall  submit annual returns as per Form VII to the State Board giving details regarding:

i) Quantity of used battery scrap purchased from/sent for processing.

ii) Quantity of lead recovered from the used battery scrap.

iii) Quantity of recycled lead sent back to  the manufacturer of batteries and other agencies.

Format:

Form VII

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

E-Waste Rules- Annual Returns
Jun 1 all-day

Manufacturer,   producer, refurbisher, bulk consumers, dismantler and recycler of electrical and electronic equipment, shall file annual returns in Form-3, to the concerned State Pollution Control Board on or before the 30th day of June following the financial year to which that return relates.

Format:

Form 3

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Hazardous Waste Rules- Annual Returns
Jun 1 all-day

Every occupier (importer, operator of common facility or occupier of a captive facility, occupier handling hazardous and other wastes, operator of disposal facility) authorised under these rules, shall maintain a record of hazardous and other wastes managed by him in Form 3 and prepare and submit to the State Pollution Control Board, an annual return containing the details specified in Form 4 on or before the 30th day of June following the financial year to which that return relates.

Format:

Form 4

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Jun
3
Thu
Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns
Jun 3 all-day

The manufacturer/importer/ assembler/re-conditioner shall ensure to file a half-yearly return of their sales and buy-back of the Batteries, to the State Board in Form- I latest by 30th June and 31st December of every year.

Format:

Form I

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

Batteries Rules- Half-Yearly Returns by Auctioneers
Jun 3 all-day

The Auctioneer shall file half-yearly returns giving details of used batteries:

i) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage (of MT) available in a half-year.
ii) Sources of the used battery scrap.
iii) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage (of MT) auctioned during the half-year.
iv) Number of used batteries and total Tonnage of (MT) sent to the registered recyclers.

Format:

Form IX

Penalty:

Imprisonment up to five years, or fine up to one lakh rupees. If contravention continues, additional fine up to five thousand rupees for every day.

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