HSPCB Standards for Effluent Discharge into CETPs

Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) Standards for Effluent Discharge into CETPs
Sanjaya K. Mishra, Editor & Publisher, Enviro Annotations
The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has specified the inlet quality standards for the Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) in Haryana. These standards are established with due consideration of local needs and conditions. During the process of laying these effluent standards, the Board sought a proposal from the Technical Advisory Committee. The proposal was shared with all stakeholders on 29th December 2018 through acclaimed newspapers; inviting comments, suggestions or objections. According to HSPCB Order No. HSPCB/SSC/2019/6916-39 Dated 28/01/2019, the Board has considered all observations submitted by stakeholders, including industries and industrial associations, in response to the proposal. The units, which discharge their effluent into the CETPs, need to comply with the standards. The standards vary from place to place and detailed below.

S. No.
CETP Location
Outlet from Industry running to the Inlet of CETP
1.
Sector-29, Part-II, Panipat
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
Fixed Dissolved Solids (FDS): 2100 mg/l (if FDS in raw water is up to 1100 mg/l) or 3100 mg/l (if (if FDS in raw water is more than 1100 mg/l)
TSS: 275 mg/l
COD: 1200 mg/l
BOD: 500 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 25 mg/l
2.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Barhi, Dist. Sonepat
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
Fixed Dissolved Solids (FDS): 2100 mg/l (if FDS in raw water is up to 1100 mg/l) or 3100 mg/l (if (if FDS in raw water is more than 1100 mg/l)TSS: 1500 mg/l
COD: 1400 mg/l
BOD: 500 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 15 mg/l
3.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Rai, Dist. Sonepat
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 450 mg/l
COD: 1000 mg/l
BOD: 250 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 35 mg/l
Phenolic Compounds: 3.75 mg/l
Zinc: 11.0 mg/l
Sulphides: 9 mg/l
4.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Kundli, Dist. Sonepat
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 450 mg/l
COD: 550 mg/l
BOD: 250 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 15 mg/l
5.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Murthal, Dist. Sonepat
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 450 mg/l
COD: 550 mg/l
BOD: 250 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 15 mg/l
6.
IMT Manesar, Dist. Gurugram
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 900 mg/l
COD: 1100 mg/l
BOD: 550 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 75 mg/l
7.
Sector 37, Gurugram
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 450 mg/l
Hexa-valent Chromium: 11 mg/l
Total Chromium: 26 mg/l
Zinc: 7 mg/l
Nickel: 11 mg/l
Iron: 9 mg/l
Copper: 7 mg/l
Cadmium: 0.75 mg/l
Lead: 0.75 mg/l
Arsenic: 0.75 mg/l
Total Metal: 26 mg/l
Cyanide: 6 mg/l
Phosphate: 11 mg/l
Fluoride: 11 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 22 mg/l
8.
Faridabad Electroplaters Association, Sector-58, Faridabad
TSS: 300 mg/l
Hexa-valent Chromium: 11 mg/l
Total Chromium: 22 mg/l
Zinc (Dissolved): 11 mg/l
Nickel: 7 mg/l
Iron: 7 mg/l
Copper: 7 mg/l
Cadmium: 1.5 mg/l
Lead: 1.5 mg/l
Arsenic: 0.75 mg/l
Total Metal: 30 mg/l
Cyanide: 15 mg/l
Phosphate (Dissolved): 11 mg/l
Fluoride: 15 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 22 mg/l
9.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Barwala, Dist. Panchkula
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 150 mg/l
COD: 325 mg/l
BOD: 200 mg/l
10.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Ambala Cantt.
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
Fixed Dissolved Solids (FDS): 2100 mg/l (if FDS in raw water is up to 1100 mg/l) or 3100 mg/l (if (if FDS in raw water is more than 1100 mg/l)TSS: 150 mg/l
COD: 500 mg/l
BOD: 150 mg/l
11.
HSIIDC Saha, Dist. Ambala
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 900 mg/l
COD: 1100 mg/l
BOD: 550 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 75 mg/l
12.
Industrial Area, HSIIDC, Jind
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 175 mg/l
COD: 500 mg/l
BOD: 250 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 35 mg/l
13.
IMT, Rohtak
pH between 6.0 to 9.0
TSS: 900 mg/l
COD: 1100 mg/l
BOD: 550 mg/l
Oil & Grease: 75 mg/l

It is highly important to note that the individual industrial units need to comply with other parameters, which are not specified in the Board’s Order No. HSPCB/SSC/2019/6916-39 Dated 28/01/2019; but applicable to the industry. The industries may refer to the Standards and Legal Requirements for Electroplating and Anodizing Industries laid down by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), erstwhile Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India vide GSR 266(E) dated March 30, 2012. Enviro Annotations has deliberated on this notification in its 23rd Issue on 1st May 2019.

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