MoEF Invites Comments on Draft Waste Management Rules

The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has notified draft Waste Management Rules 2015 under different waste types. Following are the different waste types for which specific draft Rules have been notified (Click on individual bullet to read the respective draft Rule):

The Environment Ministry now invites objections and suggestions from the citizens of India on these draft Rules for more effective and suitable implementation of these Rules. Objections and Suggestions can emailed to the Secretary, MoEFCC at or can be mailed at the following address:

Secretary, MoEFCC
Indira Paryavaran Bhawan
Jor Bagh Road, Delhi – 110003

A period of 60 days from the date of notification of each of the Rule has been given to receiving such objections and suggestions. Last date for receiving the objections and suggestions is therefore 60 days from the date of individual notification of the draft Rules, as mentioned above against each draft Rule.

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2 thoughts on “MoEF Invites Comments on Draft Waste Management Rules

  1. We suggest to add guidelines to use of hazardous PVC Flex to replace with Recyclable plastic materials, Being PVC Flex is used very commonly it is spoiling our nature and health as it releases dioxin when it burnt in general practice. We have Recyclable materials available with various companies which will help to reduce pollution and help rag pickers to earn more from the waste. Currently PVC Flex is totally hazardous and spoiling our air & Water., Use of PVC Flex is very common and needs to have rule on the usage of the same in 2015 plastic waste management draft to keep each city clean and better management of solid waste and plastic waste. You may collect data of PVC Flex been used in each city and how the same waste is difficult to manage due to its poisonous nature., pls do the needful and give guidelines to use recyclable materials for our better tomorrow which will be helpful to next generation.,

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