The Mahanagar Pariyavaran Conservation Center (MPCC) is a leading Environmental Consultancy, with an unrivalled reputation for providing Expert Consultation and also Services, tailored in such a manner, so as to completely satisfy valuable customers, as the Company believes and functions on customer satisfaction, which ultimately is the reason for the Company’s success. With all the experiences, MPCC truly has creative specialist, providing advice and support-on, from a wide range of strategic and site-specific issues to a diverse and growing business base, regulatory and governmental clients. MPCC specialises in Industrial and Domestic sectors with detailed environmental services.
Among all the services MPCC India provides to its clients, the most demanding one is ‘Preparation of EIA & EMP reports and subsequent Environment Clearance’. It is a package offer from MPCC India, which consists of preparation of EIA & EMP report considering all the environmental issues, holding of public meetings in collaboration with State Pollution Control Board and documentation of grievances and suggestions of project affected people, preparation of Environmental Planning and finally assisting the clients in procuring Environment Clearance from the concerned authority in the State/Centre.
The experts from MPCC India are fully aware of the technicalities of his/her domain. Hence, MPCC India team can provide Environmental Consultancy services to all projects irresMPCCtive of their size, sector or location. They always urge the clients to adopt environmental friendly measures during business operations and strictly abide by statutory environmental regulations. High quality of consulting services is the outcome of many years of expertise and professional skills of men and women serving MPCC India.
Fresh water is a finite resource essential for use in agriculture, industry, propagation of wildlife & fisheries and for human existence. India is a riverine country. It has 14 major rivers, 44 medium rivers and 55 minor rivers besides numerous lakes, ponds and wells which are used as primary source of drinking water even without treatment. Most of the rivers being fed by monsoon rains, which is limited to only three months of the year, run dry throughout the rest of the year often carrying wastewater discharges from industries or cities/towns endangering the quality of our scarce water resources. The parliament of India in its wisdom enacted the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 with a view to maintaining and restoring wholesomeness of our water bodies. One of the mandates of MPCC is to collect, collate and disseminate technical and statistical data relating to water pollution. Hence, Water Quality Monitoring (WQM) and Surveillance are of utmost importance.