Presentation on
RRZ Policy-2009
By
V.M.Motghare
Joint Director(Air Pollution Control)
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Issues
Rapid increase population
Urbanization,
Sanitation.
Growth of industries.
Sand dredging issues.
River flow.
SOURCES OF POLLUTION
Main Sources of PollutionMain Sources of Pollution
RUNOFF
FROM SOLI D
& MEDI CAL
WASTE &
AGRI CULTURA...
RIVER ACTION PLAN MODEL.
Increase in Population
•As per the census 2011 there is rapid increased
in the population in major cities which is
affecte...
Increase in Urbanization
•Due to increase in urbanization and not proper
Planning, generation of sewage and MSW
considerab...
Sanitation
Most of the local bodies have not provided adequate
collection, treatment and disposal facilities for the
treat...
Growth of Industries.
• Number of industries increased.
• Water consumption/waste water generation
increased.
• CETPs are ...
Sand dredging issues.
Increase in requirement of sand due to rapid
urbanization and boom in construction industry.
Haphaza...
River flows.
Not continuous flow in the river.
Rate of dilution decreases due to low available
water quantity resulting de...
Salient features of RRZ Policy
To overcome the issues Govt. of Maharashtra has
formulated RRZ Policy to restore river wate...
RRZ Policy, 2000
Govt. of Maharashtra has formulated RRZ Policy on
15th
July, 2000.
The classification of river made as un...
RRZ Policy, 2000
A-II class – Upto 1 km area was restricted for no
development onwards after 2 kms permission given to
the...
RRZ Policy, 2000
A-I, II, III, IV – Expansion of the industries were
allowed only if there is No Increase in Pollution Loa...
RRZ Policy, 2009
Govt. of Maharashtra has amended RRZ Policy on 13th
July, 2009.
The classification of river made as under...
RRZ Policy, 2009
A-II class – Upto 500 mtrs area was restricted for no
development onwards after 500-1000 mtrs for
GREEN i...
RRZ Policy, 2009
A-I, II, III, IV – Expansion of the industries were
allowed only if there is No Increase in Pollution Loa...
Suggestion
To carry out latest survey and study of all important
river stretches.
To carry out geological and HFL of river...
RRZ Policy, 2009 - Conclusion
Considering all the issues of River Pollution it is
necessary to carry out geological survey...
Thank You
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The challenges of riverine pollution. Keeping population rise and unplanned urbanization as the major hurdles, he described the sources of pollution such as sewage disposal, industrial effluent discharge, cremation activities , idol immersion and the activity of haphazard sand mining was also brought forth. With this background, he described the RRZ policy enacted by the Maharashtra government and how the rivers here have been classified into zones as per their quality and usage and concluding by discussing the various steps needed to improve the implementation of the RRZ policy.

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Presentation on RRZ Policy. by- Mr. V. M. Motghare

  1. 1. Presentation on RRZ Policy-2009 By V.M.Motghare Joint Director(Air Pollution Control) Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
  2. 2. Issues Rapid increase population Urbanization, Sanitation. Growth of industries. Sand dredging issues. River flow.
  3. 3. SOURCES OF POLLUTION Main Sources of PollutionMain Sources of Pollution RUNOFF FROM SOLI D & MEDI CAL WASTE & AGRI CULTURAL FI ELDS NON POI NT SOURCES OPEN DEFECATI ON & CATTLE WALLOWI NG DI SPOSAL OF DEAD BODI ES & ANI MAL CARCASSES
  4. 4. RIVER ACTION PLAN MODEL.
  5. 5. Increase in Population •As per the census 2011 there is rapid increased in the population in major cities which is affected by manifold increase in generation of the sewage which ultimately affects the river water quality.
  6. 6. Increase in Urbanization •Due to increase in urbanization and not proper Planning, generation of sewage and MSW considerably increased. .Discharge of sewage and letchates has caused pollution of river /Creek water.
  7. 7. Sanitation Most of the local bodies have not provided adequate collection, treatment and disposal facilities for the treatment of sewage resulting in water pollution. .
  8. 8. Growth of Industries. • Number of industries increased. • Water consumption/waste water generation increased. • CETPs are not performing up to the mark.
  9. 9. Sand dredging issues. Increase in requirement of sand due to rapid urbanization and boom in construction industry. Haphazard type of sand dredging affects river course and water quality. Affects self purification capacity of river stretch.
  10. 10. River flows. Not continuous flow in the river. Rate of dilution decreases due to low available water quantity resulting detoriation of river water quality.
  11. 11. Salient features of RRZ Policy To overcome the issues Govt. of Maharashtra has formulated RRZ Policy to restore river water quality.
  12. 12. RRZ Policy, 2000 Govt. of Maharashtra has formulated RRZ Policy on 15th July, 2000. The classification of river made as under :- A-I class – Marked as no development zone in which no industries are allowed upto 8 km from HFL.
  13. 13. RRZ Policy, 2000 A-II class – Upto 1 km area was restricted for no development onwards after 2 kms permission given to the industry after installation of the pollution control system. A-III and A-IV class – Upto 500 mtrs GREEN industries were allowed and after 1 km RED and ORANGE were allowed.
  14. 14. RRZ Policy, 2000 A-I, II, III, IV – Expansion of the industries were allowed only if there is No Increase in Pollution Load. New industry were allowed in MIDC area beyond 500 mtrs in A-II class.
  15. 15. RRZ Policy, 2009 Govt. of Maharashtra has amended RRZ Policy on 13th July, 2009. The classification of river made as under :- A-I class – Marked as no development zone in which no industries are allowed upto 8 km from HFL and existing industries shall achieve ZERO discharge within 3 years period.
  16. 16. RRZ Policy, 2009 A-II class – Upto 500 mtrs area was restricted for no development onwards after 500-1000 mtrs for GREEN industries and 1000-2000 mtrs GREEN and ORANGE and 2000 mtrs-onwards RED industries are allowed. A-III and A-IV class – Upto 500 mtrs no development zone. 500 mtrs -onwards allowed for GREEN and ORANGE and further after 1 km RED industries are allowed.
  17. 17. RRZ Policy, 2009 A-I, II, III, IV – Expansion of the industries were allowed only if there is No Increase in Pollution Load. New industry were allowed in MIDC area beyond 750 mtrs in A-II class and industry shall obtain membership of CETP for treatment and disposal of effluent.
  18. 18. Suggestion To carry out latest survey and study of all important river stretches. To carry out geological and HFL of river stretches. Change in zoning of the river as per water quality. Change in disposal standard w.r.t.zoning.as per Rate of dilution decreases due to low available water quantity resulting detoriation of river water quality.
  19. 19. RRZ Policy, 2009 - Conclusion Considering all the issues of River Pollution it is necessary to carry out geological survey, river basin study and survey . On the basis of base line data RRZ Policy may be revised after every three years.
  20. 20. Thank You

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