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The strategic and operational governance structures of the Indian Government to effectively combat water pollution from industrial wastewater are strengthened.



  • Four standards (e.g. laws, directives or technical regulations) to combat industrial water pollution have been updated at national and state level by public authorities of the Indian government (Viz. MoEFCC, CPCB at national level and viz. SPCBs at the state level in Uttarakhand, West Bengal and Bihar)

  • Four Public agencies of the Indian government at national  (viz., MoEFCC, CPCB) and state level (viz. SPCBs and SIDCs in Uttarakhand, West Bengal and Bihar) have designed their governance structures for effectively controlling industrial water pollution based on a well defined process oriented approach

  • Five additional incentive mechanisms to promote key elements of sustainable industrial production, in particular wastewater management have been included in the strategic planning of public agencies of the Indian government on the national and state level (viz. MoEFCC and CPCB).

  • Four Public agencies at the national level (MoEFCC, CPCB) and state level (e.g. SPCBs, SIDCs in Bihar, Uttarakhand, West Bengal) are using digital tools (e.g. ICT) to effectively combat industrial water pollution