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West Bengal Pollution Control Board

Statement of the categories of documents that are held by the Board or under its control

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(Shri Chandan Ghose, Chief Engineer and In-Charge of Awareness Cell has been requested to provide relevant/current/modified information against sr. no. 6 to incorporate the same on on 04.05.2015)
The powers stated hereunder are in exercise of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.

(Chief Engineer{WM Cell} and In-charge of Awareness Cell has been requested to provide relevant/current/modified information to incorporate the same on 29.10.2014)

a) Eco-club diaries of the National Green Corps Programme in West Bengal compiled to publish the ‘Best Eco-club Diaries’

 

The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India had launched a 'National Green Corps' (NGC) scheme in schools all over the country to spread environmental awareness and carry out action based programmes for the protection and improvement of the environment. The NGC programme aims to provide opportunities for children to understand the environment and environmental problems, through school eco-clubs. The West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) is the State Nodal Agency for the implementation of this programme in our state. As tabulated below, under the NGC programme, at present there are 2850 schools covering 19 districts of West Bengal (including Kolkata).

 

Every eco-club of the NGC schools submits an Eco-Club Diary at the end of the year. An Eco-Club Diary is the annual report of an eco-club. The Eco-Club Diary contains the analytical description of the activities during the year in question. The WBPCB, on assessing the year-round performance of the eco-clubs, publishes a compiled report titled "Best Eco-club diaries" annually. In addition, all the original Eco-Club Diaries are stored by the WBPCB in its Library for public reference and use. The WBPCB publication titled "Best Eco-club diaries" is meant to encourage all the eco-club members to help promote the idea of environmental protection.

 

The NGC Schools of West Bengal

Sl. No. Name of the District Renewed No. of Eco-clubs No. of New Eco-clubs Total No. of Eco-clubs
01. Bankura 136 70 206
02. Birbhum 87 75 162
03. Burdwan 112 90 202
04. Cooch Behar 100 18 118
05. Dakshin Dinajpur 80 51 131
06. Darjeeling 93 46 139
07. Hooghly 97 55 152
08. Howrah 100 63 163
09. Jalpaiguri 92 18 110
10. Kolkata 118 83 201
11. Maldah 75 37 112
12. Murshidabad 102 52 154
13. Nadia 69 27 96
14. North 24 Parganas 102 100 202
15. Pashchim Medinipur 101 65 166
16. Purba Medinipur 77 99 176
17. Purulia 100 - 100
18. South 24 Parganas 94 77 171
19. Uttar Dinajpur 82 07 89
Total 1817 1033 2850



b) Detailed record/data/information of regular monitoring of air quality, water quality, waste management, assessment of noise levels etc. in the form of documents (Eg. Annual Reports, newsletters, CD, monthly reports)

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