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PPCB sets up helpdesk for industrialists

PPCB sets up helpdesk for industrialists

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 17

The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has established a helpdesk at the head office which will operate 24X7 for the help of entrepreneurs.

Environment and Science Technology Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer said this helpdesk would guide the industry regarding the obligation towards the control of pollution and regulatory clearances.

Two officers of the rank of assistant environmental engineer (AEE) will be available at the helpdesk at the head office, Patiala. The board has also started a helpline number (9914498899).

Hayer said the Chief Minister had invited suggestions from the public for the promotion of the industry.? In compliance with the suggestions, the PPCB had established a helpdesk at Vatavaran Bhawan, Patiala, which would remain operative 24X7 to guide the entrepreneurs.

The minister said recently the state government organised Sarkar Sanatkar Milni to ensure the direct dialogue with the captains of the industry to understand their needs and act accordingly.

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