Thursday, 20 April 2017

Status of Laboratory Infrastructure, Quality Assurance & Accreditation of Laboratories - Reg.

No. C-11012/44/2008-NABL/                                                                        Dated: June 09, 2015

To,

Member Secretaries,
All SPCBs / PCCs &
Incharge, All CPCB ZOs
(As per list)


Sub:     Status of Laboratory Infrastructure, Quality Assurance & Accreditation of Laboratories - Reg.

Dear Sir,
                 
       CPCB is collecting information on above mentioned aspects to compile a brief report on the current status of laboratory infrastructure, quality assurance and accreditation of Central / Zonal /Regional Laboratories of CPCB and SPCBs / PCCs. This will give an insight into the strong points of the Pollution Control Board as well as in identifying the short coming and gaps in the quality assurance and excellence in the field of Environmental Measurement in the country. The information will be helpful in further strategic planning to strengthen the laboratory infrastructure and quality assurance in all pollution control board laboratories.

A simple questionnaire (Flag ‘A’) has been prepared by quality cell of CPCB and is being sent to you to please provide the required information in hard copy as well as soft copy to CPCB at your earliest please. A soft copy of the questionnaire is also being sent you. In case of any clarification Dr. S.K. Tyagi, Addl. Director / Scientist ‘E’ & Quality Manager, CPCB may be consulted ( Email id : cpcbskt@yahoo.co.in, Mob. No. 9868956529).



                                                                                                                                 Sd/-
                                                                                                                            (A.B. Akolkar)
                                                                                                                  Member Secretary


















LIST OF ADDRESSES of SPCBs/PCCs/CPCB-ZOs

 1.
The Member Secretary,
Telangana  State Pollution Control Board,
‘Paryavarana Bhavan’,
A – 3, Industrial Estate, Sanath Nagar,
Hyderabad – 500 018
 2.
The Member Secretary,
Arunachal State Pollution Control Board,
Office of Principal  Chief Conservator of Forests & Secretary (E & F),
Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh,
Itanagar – 791 111
 3.
The Member Secretary,
Assam State Pollution Control Board,
Bamunimaidan, Guwahati – 781 021
 4.
The Member Secretary,
Bihar State Pollution Control Board,
‘Beltron Bhawan’, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg,
Shastri Nagar, Patna – 800 023
 5.
The Member Secretary,
Chhattisgarh State Pollution Control Board,
Chhattisgarh State Env. Conservation Board,
‘Nanak Niwas’, Civil Lines, Raipur,
Chhattisgarh – 421 001
 6.
The Member Secretary,
Goa State Pollution Control Board,
Dempo Tower, EDC Plaza, 1st Floor,
Patto Plaza, Panaji, Goa – 403 001
 7.
The Member Secretary,
Gujarat State Pollution Control Board,
Sector 10-A, Gandhi Nagar – 382 043
 8.
The Member Secretary,
Haryana State Pollution Control Board,
C – 11, Sector 6, Panchkula, Haryana
 9.
The Member Secretary,
Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board,
‘Paryavaran Bhawan’, Phase – III,
New Simla – 171 009
10.
The Member  Secretary,
Jammu & Kashmir State Pollution Control Board,
‘Parivesh Bhawan’, Gladni,
Transport Nagar (Narwal),  Jammu
11.
The Member Secretary,
Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board,
T.A. Bldg., HEC, P.O. Dhurwa,
Ranchi – 834 004
                                                                                
12.
The Member Secretary,
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board,
#49, Parisara Bhavan,
Church Street, Bangaluru - 560 001
Karnataka
13.
The Member Secretary,
Kerala State Pollution Control Board,
Plamood, Pattom P.O.,
Thiruvananthapuram – 695 004
14.
The Member Secretary,
Maharashtra State Pollution Control Board,
Kalpataru Point, 3rd & 4th Floors,
Sion Matunga Scheme Road No. 6,
Opp. Cine Planet, Sion Circle, Sion (E),
Mumbai – 400 022
15.
The Member Secretary,
Manipur State Pollution Control Board,
Lamphalpat, Imphal – 795 004
16.
The Member Secretary,
Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board,
‘Paryavaran Parisar’, E – 5, Arera Colony,
Bhopal – 462 016
17.
The Member Secretary,
Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board,
Arden, Lumpyngngad, Shillong – 793 014
18.
The Member Secretary,
Mizoram State Pollution Control Board,
M.G. Road, Khatna, Aizwal, Mizoram
19.
The Member Secretary,
Nagaland State Pollution Control Board,
Signal Point, Dimapur, Nagaland – 797 112
20.
The Member Secretary,
Orissa State Pollution Control Board,
A – 118, Nilakanta Nagar, Unit – VIII,
Bhubaneswar – 751 012
21.
The Member Secretary,
Punjab State Pollution Control Board,
‘Vatavaran Bhawan’, Nabha Road,
Patiala – 147 001
22.
The Member Secretary,
Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board,
4, Institutional Area, Jhalana Doongri,
Jaipur 302 004
                                                        


23.
The Member Secretary,
Sikkim State Pollution Control Board,
State Land Use & Environment Cell
(Govt. of Sikkim), Deorali, Gangtok, Sikkim
24.
The Member Secretary,
Tamil Nadu State Pollution Control Board,
No. 76, Mount Salai, Guindy, Chennai – 600 032
25.
The Member Secretary,
Tripura State Pollution Control Board,
‘Vigyan Bhawan’, Pt. Nehru Complex,
Gorkhabasti P.O., Kunjaban,
Agartala (W) – 799 006
26.
The Member Secretary,
Uttarakhand  State Pollution Control Board,
E – 115, Nehru Colony, Haridwar Road,
Dehradun – 248 001
27.
The Member Secretary,
Uttar Pradesh State Pollution Control Board,
3rd Floor, ‘PICUP Bhawan’, B Block,
Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow – 226 010
28.
The Member Secretary,
West Bengal State Pollution Control Board,
‘Paribesh Bhawan’, Bldg. No. 10-A,
Block LA, Sector – 3, Salt Lake City,
Kolkata – 700 091
29.
The Member Secretary,
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Pollution Control Committee,
Deptt. Of Science & Technology, Dollygunj Van Sadan,
Haddo (PO), Port Blair – 744 102
30.
The Member Secretary,
Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee,
Additional Town Hall Bldg. (2nd Floor),  Sector 17C,
Chandigarh – 160 017
31.
The Member Secretary,
Daman, Diu & Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Pollution Control Committee,
Office of the Dy. Conservator of Forests, Moti Daman,
Daman – 396 220
32.
The Member Secretary,
Delhi Pollution Control Committee,
4th Floor,’ ISBT Building’, Kashmere Gate,
Delhi – 110 006




33.
The Member Secretary,
Lakshadweep Pollution Control Committee,
Lakshadweep Administration of UT – Lakshadweep,
Deptt. of Science, Technology & Environment,
Kavarati – 682 555, Lakshadweep
34.
The Member Secretary,
Pondicherry Pollution Control Committee,
Dept. of Science, Technology & Environment,
Housing Board Complex, 3rd Floor, Anna Nagar,
Pondicherry – 600 005
35.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office (South),
Central Pollution Control Board,
‘NISARGA BHAWAN’,
A
Block 1st & 2nd Floors,
Thimmaiah Road , 7th Cross Shivanagar,
(Opp. Pushpanjali Theatre),
Bangaluru 
 560 010
36.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office  (Central),
Central Pollution Control Board,
IIIrd Floor, ‘Sahkar Bhawan’,
North T.T. Nagar,  Bhopal – 462 003

37.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office  (Kolkata),                                                    
Central Pollution Control Board,
247, Deshpran Shesh Mal Road,
CIT Building, Ist Floor,
Kolkata
700 033
38.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office (Lucknow),
Central Pollution Control Board,
Ground & First Floors, ‘PIC-UP Bhawan’, B-Block,
Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
226 010
39.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office (North-Eastern),
Central Pollution Control Board,
Arden – Lumpyngngad,
Shillong
793 014
40.
The Incharge,
Zonal Office  (Vadodara),
Central Pollution Control Board,                                    
Synergy House-II,
Gorwa – Subhanpura Road,
Vadodara – 390 023


 Questionnaire on
“Status of Laboratory Infrastructure, Quality Assurance, Accreditation & Environmental Pollution – 2015”


This survey intends to assure that your laboratory and its equipment meet the National and the International Standards of quality-checks having appropriate accreditation.

*      Attach separate annexures, where ever required.
*      Years are to be taken in the terms of one financial year of the Government of India.
*      You can leave out the parts which are irrelevant to your laboratory.
1. Name of the Board (CPCB ZO/SPCB/PCC) : __________________________________________

2. Name, Location and address of the Central Laboratory: _______________________________

3. Number of Zonal/Regional Laboratories: _______________________________________

4. Name, Location and address of Laboratories (Attach List) : ­­­­­___________________________________

5. Accreditation status of state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab: (Attach Certificate, if possible)

Certification
Current Status
Valid Upto
If you don’t have it yet, do you plan to get it in the next 2 years
NABL, ISO/IEC 17025



EPA 1986



OHSAS (ISO 18001)



Any other, Please specify:









6. Accreditation status of CPCB Zonal/ State Regional laboratorities: (Attach Certificate, if possible)

Certification
Name of the laboratory
Current Status
Valid Upto
If you don’t have it yet, do you plan to get it in the next 2 years
NABL, ISO/IEC 17025
1
2
3




EPA 1986
1
2
3




OHSAS (ISO 18001)
1
2
3




Any other, Please specify:





7. If you have NABL ISO 17025 accreditation for the state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab then state
    the area of it?



Yes/No

Yes/No
Air/ Source Emission parameters
Ambient Air

Source Emission

Water/ Waste Water parameters
Fresh Water

Waste Water

Biological parameters
Microbiology

Toxicity


8. Number and Level of qualifications of state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab staff:


Number of incumbents

Doctorate
Post-graduate
Under-graduate
Scientists



Analysts





9. Mention, if you have any additional manpower requirements in state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal   
     Lab with number:

10. Number of National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) stations: 
Operational-_____                                                                                         Sanctioned- _____
11.  Number of Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (CAAQM) stations: 
Operational -_____                                                                                        Sanctioned-_____

12.  Name of cities with number of NAMP Station(s) each:

Name of the City
No. of NAMP Stations Currently Operational
No. of NAMP Stations proposed which will be completed in the next 2 years






















13.  Name of cities with number of CAAQM Station(s) each:

Name of the City
No. of CAAQM Stations Currently Operational
No. of CAAQM Stations proposed which will be completed in the next 2 years






















14. Number of Noise Monitoring Station(s): _______



15. Name,  Location and Address of Noise Monitoring Station(s) in state capital :

Name of the City (In order of criticality levels)
No. of noise monitoring Stations Currently Operational
No. of noise monitoring Stations proposed which will be completed in the next 2 years






















16. Air Quality Parameters Monitored in state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal  laboratory:

S.No.
Pollutant
If Monitered (Tick)
If not, then whether you will start monitoring it in the next 2 years
1
PM10


2
PM2.5


3
SO2


4
NO2


5
CO


6
CO2


7
NH3


8
O3


9
Non-methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC)


10
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs):
Benzene
Toluene
Ethylbenzene
Xylene


11
Heavy Metals:
Lead (Pb)
Nickel (Ni)
Cadmium (Cd)


12
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)/ Benzo(a)pyrene (BaP)


13
Any other, please specify:



17. Critical water quality parameters measured in state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal  Laboratory:

Criterion
Currently measured
If not, then whether you plan to start measuring it in the next two years
Pesticides:
Organophosphorous
Organochlorine
Carbonates


Trihalomethanes


Total Aromatic Hydrocarbons (TAHs)


Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PBCs)


Dioxins


Metals



18. List of Sophisticated Instruments available in state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab:

Name of the instrument
 Currently have
If not, then whether you will get it in the next 2 years (2015-2017)
Gas Chromatography Flame Ionization Detector (GCFID)


Gas Chromatography Electron Capture Detector (GCECD)


Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (GCMS)


Automated Thermal Desorption Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (ATDGCMS)


X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer(XRF)


Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICPOES)


Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICPMS)


Atomic Absorption Spectrosmeter (AAS)


Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (GFAAS)


Total Organic Halides Analyzer (TOX)


Adsorbable Organic Halides Analyser (AOX)


Elemental Carbon/Organic Carbon Analyzers (ECOC)


Ion Chromatography (IC)


High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)


Hydride Generation Assembly


If any other, please specify:


19. Do you have Static Injection Facility for primary calibration of air sampling System in state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab?

Yes

No

If intend to have it in the next two years


20. If you have Ring-test Facility for inter-laboratory comparison state central laboratory / CPCB Zonal Lab ?

Yes

No

If intend to have it in the next two years



21.Five most critically air polluted areas in the state/UT, in order of severity of air pollution:

S.no.
Name  of critically air polluted areas
 Predominant pollutant / source
1


2


3


4


5





22. Vehicles registered in the State/UT/Capital City :

Vehicle Population
State
Capital City
TOTAL number


Total DIESEL-RUN vehicles


Total PETROL-RUN vehicles


Total CNG-RUN vehicles


LMV- Four-Wheeler


          Two-Wheeler


          Three- Wheeler


HMV- Bus, trucks, tractors, cranes, etc.


 23. No. of Vehicles in the Five most-air polluted cities in the state:

S.no.
Name of the City
No. of total Vehicles
No. of Diesel-run Vehicles
No. of Petrol-run Vehicles
1




2




3




4




5





24. Five most air-polluting Clusters of industries in the state :

S.no.
Name of Cluster-area
Predominant type of Industries (With number and predominant pollutant)
1


2


3


4


5



25. Requirement of Awareness workshop on Quality Assurance, traceability, uncertainity, proficiency testing/Ring test and Laboratory accreditation. (answer in Yes/No)



26.  Status of Sewage Generation & Treatment in Capital City in the state:

Name of the City
Sewage Generation (MLD)
Treatment (MLD)
No. of STPs in the City
Capacity Aug -mentation in the next 2 years






27.  Status of Solid Waste Generation & Disposal in Capital City in the state:

Name of the City
Solid Waste Generation (MT)
Solid Waste Disposal
 (MT)
No. of Dump Site in the City with Capacity
No. of Waste to Enery Plant if any with Capacity






28.  Status of Bio – Medical Waste Generation & Treatment in Capital City in the state :

Name of the City
Bio-Medical Waste Generation (MT)
Bio-Medical Waste Treatment (MT)
No. of Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Plant in the City











29.  Status of Hazardous  Waste Generation & Treatment in Capital City in the state :

Name of the City
Hazardous  Waste Generation (MT)
Hazardous  Waste Incineration Plant(Waste to energy) with Capacity (MT)
No. of Hazardous  Waste Designated TSDF facilities





30.  Status of E- Waste Generation & Treatment in Capital City in the state :

Name of the City
E - Waste Generation (MT)
 E - Waste Recovery Plant  with capacity (MT)
No. of E -  Waste Treatment Plant in the City














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