Roserve – Assisting Emerging Corporates in India
Sustainable Production as well as regulated Consumption are both important and necessary for the manufacturing industries, as of today! Both these processes should entail judicious use of available non-renewable resources, with minimum waste & pollution and greater use of renewable resources.
From the pattern of usage and exhaustion of natural resources that is prevalent today, aiming at low-emission and resource-efficient procedures for greening of the economy becomes an absolute necessity. The impact of pollution and the cost of cleaning up of the environment derails the process of economic development of any country.
Contribution of Manufacturing Sector on Enviromental Degradation
There are majorly 3 ways in which the Manufacturing Sector impacts the Enviroment
a. Procurement and use of natural resources: The extraction of natural resources, often damages the environment. The excessive exploitation of certain non-renewable natural resources leads to rapid depletion of the resources and, consequently, non-availability of the scarce resources for future use.
b. Industrial processes and activities: During the manufacturing process itself, there is often generation of emissions, effluents and solid wastes that damage the environment. There is a need for putting in place industrial processes and activities that reduce wastage of resources and minimize, if not eliminate all together, the impact on the environment.
c. Product use and disposal: Environmental damage can occur during the consumption and the process of disposal after that. The responsibility of proper use and appropriate disposal of the product lies on the consumer and on the manufacturing unit.
The growing intensity and impact of the manufacturing sector on the environment has made the government step into the scenario bringing along some rules and norms which are abiding on all the industries and enterprises.
Steps taken by Government to minimize the environmental impact
To control environmental pollution and degradation, the Central and State Governments have mainly used statutory instruments for laying down environmental standards. This includes:
1. Limiting the expansion of the polluting manufacturing activities
2. Issuing of directions to either close operations or shift the operations away from human residences or environmentally fragile areas.
3. Setting down standards in terms of Air & water pollution from all manufacturing units.
The MSMEs that do not have the technical, financial or managerial capabilities to comply with statutory pollution norms, received notices from the local State Pollution Control Boards to close down operations. This has affected production, led to the loss of employment and created social unrest in the local areas.
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