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Industries Exempted from 'NOC' (A List of Nonpolluting Industries having no pollution potential)
A list of 100 small and cottage Industries having no pollution potential was published under the circular of the Gujarat Pollution Control Board No. P-693 (SEZ)/32831 dated 28-10-2002. These industries are exempted from obtaining NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the Board for establishing such industries and for conversion of land to 'non agricultural' use. However it is necessary to obtain prior consent from the Board for those units which discharge wastewaters, or washing of reactors or equipment or from toilets, etc. or emit smoke from process(es) or chimney or dispose of solid wastes or hazardous wastes.
Details of Industries Exempted from 'NOC'
  • Motor rewinding.
  • Workshop for vehicle repair.
  • Engineering workshop, machine shop, fabrication shop, press shop, smithy shop, turning shop, cutting shop.
  • Pump and motor assembling units.
  • Cycle assembling units.
  • Units fabricating tractor trailer, agricultural equipment, etc.
  • Units fabricating vehicle parts without electroplating and heat treatment.
  • Unit fabricating stove, cooker, kitchen equipment without electroplating.
  • Units fabricating nails, pegs, nuts, bolts, etc.
  • Units manufacturing utensils of aluminum, steel, copper and brass.
  • Casting units using pit furnace.
  • Units fabricating iron doors and shutters.
  • Units fabricating steel furniture without electroplating.
  • Units manufacturing weighting machines.
  • Units fabricating drawing, surveying, and scientific equipment.
  • Units making music instruments.
  • Units making sports gear.
  • Units making toys.
  • Units making stationery items like paper pins, "U" pins, pencils, etc.
  • Units binding books, making file covers, card board boxes, envelopes, paper bags from paper or board.
  • Units making paper napkins, dishes, labels, tallow, paper rolls.
  • Units making wooden doors and windows.
  • Units making wooden furniture.
  • Units making wooden boxes.
  • Units assembling air conditioners, air coolers, water coolers, heater, electric irons, etc.
  • Units manufacturing electric fans, tube lights, bulbs, lamps, fuses, switches, etc.
  • Units casting cement concrete spun pipes, mosaic tiles, cement concrete poles.
  • Units casting cement concrete grills.
  • Units making umbrellas and rain coats.
  • Units making garments by stitching from ready cloth.
  • Units making hoisery items.
  • Weaving units with handlooms and power looms.
  • Yarn twisting, crimping and texturising units.
  • Fibre glass moulding units.
  • Units manufacturing plastics items like buckets, tumblers, footwear, brushes, ropes.
  • Units producing plastics items through fabrication, extraction, injection moulding methods.
  • Units manufacturing tubes, pipes, boxes, tanks, etc. from plastics HDPE, LDPE, PVC.
  • Units making leather items like bags, purses, wallets, etc. from ready leather.
  • Units making tooth powders, tooth pastes, shampoos, nailpolishes, hairoils, through mixing only.
  • Units making candles.
  • Units making agarbattis.
  • Units making detergent powders, soaps, etc. through mixing only.
  • Cold storages.
  • Domestic fluor mills.
  • Units grinding corianders, cummins, tumerics, salts, spices.
  • Tobacco drying sheds.
  • Saw mills.
  • Printing presses.
  • Pulse mills.
  • Oil expellers.
  • Ice factories.
  • Poultry farms.
  • Units manufacturing glass frames for spectales.
  • Diamond Industries.
  • Induction furnaces.
  • Units manufacturing tablets and capsules by mixing only.
  • Units manufacturing biscuits upto 100 kg per day only.
  • Units manufacturing pickles/pappads upto 500 kg per day only.
  • Assembling units for TV, VCR, VCP, radio sets, tape recorders, etc.
  • Units retreading tyres.
  • Units manufacturing rubber parts, rubber corks, surgical gloves.
  • Units involved in cutting, polishing and finishing of stones, marbles and granites.
  • Units involved in finishing of printed cloth by felt finish or rolls process, sentering.
  • Cotton ginning and pressing units.
  • Steel, rerolling mills where M S bars, angles, CTD round bars, section bars, etc. are prepared without pickling process.
  • Tyre and rubber industries.
  • Oxygen gas units.
  • Jaggery (Gur) (from sugarcane) producing units.
  • Tobacco gutka manufacturing units.
  • Ceramic cup saucers making units.
  • Glaxed tiles producing units (provided water is recycled)
  • Units manufacturing ceramic sanitaryware.
  • Units producing white coal/biocoal from agriculture wastes.
  • Units producing biofertilisers only from agriculture waste mix.
  • Units producing cattle fodder by mixing.
  • Units producing acetylene gas.
  • Salt pans by solar evaporation.
  • Ceramic units using LDO/HSD/RFO fuels at 1000 litres/day (but not using coal/lignite/hard coke/husk) with a condition to instal a chimney of minimum 11 metres height.
  • Computer software units
  • Perfumes (Attar) manufacturing Units by mixint process
  • Units producing Lime stone messonary.
  • Units manufacturing domestic flour mill.
  • Units manufacturing Mamara.
  • Computer & Computer stationery
  • Gems & Jewelry Units
  • Units manufacturing plastic bags
  • Manually preparing silver & golden ornaments
  • Units making printing blocks
  • Units making furniture from bamboo
  • Units assembling domestic electrical appliances
  • Units fabricating aluminium doors, windows & furnitures
  • Tailor machine repair or its manufacturing units
  • Ball pen's refill
  • Button & hooks manufacturing units
  • Bicycle's chain & locks
  • Embroidery
  • Photo frame, Mirror frame
  • Flower pot, Flower vase
  • Units fabricating fork-knife, scissors
  • Unit installing DG sets upto 50 KVA
  • India Gov
  • GCPC gujarat
  • Vibrant Gujarat 2015 - The Global Business Hub
  • State Environment Impact Assesment Authority
  • Minister of Envirnment and Forests
  • FORESTS & ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT
  • Central Pollution Control Board