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PREPAREDNESS OF CPCB/SPCBs FOR ONLINE DATA MANAGEMENT I.T.DIVISION August 06, 2014 CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD.

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1 PREPAREDNESS OF CPCB/SPCBs FOR ONLINE DATA MANAGEMENT I.T.DIVISION August 06, 2014 CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

2 THE NEED FOR ONLINE DATABASE MANAGEMENT Real-time Data is dynamic and continuous, generated at a fraction of second  AUTOMATIC AIR QUALITY MONITORING CAAQMS, Noise Stations  AUTOMATIC WATER QUALITY MONITORING  CONTINUOUS EMISSION MONITORING DIRECTIONS ISSUED in the Past and Latest (February 2014)

3 DIRECTIONS ISSUED BY CPCB to all SPCBs/ PCCs under Section 18 (1)(b) of Water Act and Air Act Date of issue: February 05, 2014 Target Date: March 31, 2015

4 a.To Install online continuous Stack Emission Monitoring Systems (CSEMS) in 17 categories of highly polluting industries and in Common Hazardous waste and Biomedical waste incinerators for the parameters(industry/sector specific parameter) mentioned in the consent to operate/authorisation not later than by March 31,2015; b.To install online effluent quality monitoring system at the outlet of effluent treatment plants of the 17 category industries and in CETPs for the measurement of the parameters(industry/sector specific parameter) like flow, pH, COD, BOD, TSS and for other consented parameters as per the guidelines provided; not later than by March 31, 2015; DIRECTIONS ISSUED ON Contd..

5 c.To connect and upload the online emission and effluent monitoring data at SPCBs/PCCs and CPCB server in a time bound manner but not later than by March 31,2015; d.To ensure regular maintenance and operation of the online system with tamper proof mechanism having facilities for online calibration; e.To submit bank guarantee of 25 % of the cost of online monitoring systems (emission and effluent whichever applicable) for ensuring timely installation of online monitoring systems within 90 days from the date of receipt of directions issued by SPCBs/PCCs to the industries; DIRECTIONS ISSUED ON Contd..

6 The action taken report along with time bound action plan for each industry under the 17 category of industry and CETPs, Common Hazardous waste and Biomedical waste incinerators for installation of online monitoring systems (emission and or effluent) shall be submitted to the Central Pollution Control Board within 120 days from the date of receipt of these directions. SUBMIT ACTION PLAN: 4 MONTHS BANK GUARNTEE: 3 MONTHS DATA SUBMISSION: 13 MONTHS DIRECTIONS ISSUED ON

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8 PARAMETERS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING:  pH  BOD (Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand)  COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand)  TSS (Total Suspended Solids)  AMMONIA  Cr (Chromium)  As (Arsenic)  AOx (Adsorobable Organohalogens) EFFLUENTS’ MONITORING

9 PARAMETERS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING:  PARTICULATE MATTER  FLUORIDE  AMMONIA  SO2 (Sulphur Dioxide)  NOx (Oxides of Nitrogen)  Cl 2 (Chlorine)  HCl (Hydro chloric acid vapours)  CO (Carbon Monoxide) Technology for continuous monitoring of all these parameters is available EMISSIONS MONITORING

10 Ammonia analyzers utilizes ion-selective electrode (ISE), colorimetric, and ultraviolet (UV) absorbance Four different flowmeter technologies --- electromagnetic, ultrasonic, ultrasonic Doppler, and ultrasonic transit time. Suspended solids and turbidity analyzers use technologies of scatter, absorption, Coriolis and torque effects. Current practices of using TOC analysis as an alternative to BOD 5 & correlation data and analysis between BOD 5 and TOC (site-specific) Ammonia and ammonium compounds by ion selective electrode (ISE) Parameters Versus Method of Detection

11 ECOTECH SPECIFICATIONS Emissions

12 TECHNICAL ISSSUES  PARAMETERS --- Not notified  Cement – effluent parameters, NO x / SO 2 not in EP Standards  METHOD OF MEASUREMENT --- Not specified  Insitu or Extraction  TYPE OF EQUIPMENT --- Not mentioned  Certified / approved  SUPPORTING PARAMETERS --- Not mentioned  Flow, temperature, carbon dioxide/ oxygen

13 Heterogeneous System In our country continuous monitoring systems is heterogeneous due to the following factors;  Various instrument suppliers are available to supply the analyzers/instruments for monitoring  Various Technologies are available for continuous monitoring of environmental parameters  Data generated from these instruments are available in different formats Since, systems are different, platforms are different, formats are different, data collection and verification mechanism is not possible at a single platform.

14 In order to overcome the heterogeneity of the systems the following model of data collection and verification has been adopted:  Major instrument suppliers have been asked to install and operate their central servers and software at CPCB  Following the polluter pay principle all the industries were asked to submit the real-time data through instrument suppliers  Server-Client software mechanism is in place, which enables CPCB to view and verify the data through remote configuration and calibration, along with the status of instruments’ health  Instrument suppliers have also developed their own web portals where collected data can be visualized through Internet. Existing System of Data Collection & Display

15 Home Pages of Existing 08 (Eight) systems Operating in CPCB as on date

16 Home Pages of Existing 09 (Nine) systems Operating in CPCB as on date

17 Present Status of Integrated Portal Emission & Air Quality data from Industries 281 Stations connected to Real Time Network (RTN) No. of Stations Instrument SupplierCAAQMS /CEMS installations (Cities) Data Available since 152Environment SA CAAQMS: Rourkela Steel Plant, Durgapur, Haldia, Howrah, IOCL BGR, Hindalco Hirakud Power, Jaipur + CEMS: Care Air Center Tamil Nadu Thermo Fisher Scientific CPCL, DSP, Maihar, MP, Orient AP, IOCL Barauni, Bridgestone, Pune, Rajashree Karnataka Chemtrols IOCL Mathura, BPCL KOCHIN, Essar Vaddinar, MRPL Karnataka, HOCL, ACC Jamul Swan Environmental Hyderabad, Dalmia Kadapa, Binani Cement, Sirohi, Heidelberg MP, Karnatana, Maharashtra, Zuari AP, Lafarge Jharkhand, Envirotech ITC Bhadachalam, AP, JSPL Raigarh, ACC Gagal, HP, Forbes Marshall Vasavdutta Karnataka, Keshoram AP, Yokogawa Hindalco Renukoot, BPCL Mumbai Nevco (OPSIS) India Cement, AP, Hidalco, UP 2013

18 Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi REAL TIME DATA available at following URLs: 1.CPCB – 2.M/s Environnement S.A India Pvt. Ltd. – 3.M/s Thermo Fisher Scientific India Pvt. Ltd. – 4.M/s Chemtrols Industries Ltd. – 5.M/s Envirotech Online Equipments Pvt. Ltd M/s Yokogawa India Ltd.– – User name: cpcb Password: cpcb1 User Type: CPCB 7.M/s Swan Environmental Pvt. Ltd. – – User name: cpcb Password: cpcb 8.M/s Forbes Marshall Codel Pvt. Ltd. – 9.M/s Nevco Engineers Pvt. Ltd. -


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