BMW Authorization

Following documents  are required to be submitted/uploaded by the applicant at the time of applying for  Bio-Medical Waste  Authorization :-

 Documents For Fresh Cases:-

For Fresh Cases (In Triplicate)

1.Form II (Application) duly filled and Schedule I for Consent to Establish/Operate alongwith Detailed Project Report, signed and stamped by the proprietor/occupier. All documents must be self attested.

2.Consent/Authorization Fee as prescribed by the Board (as Demand Draft in favour of Member Secretary, J&K SPCB, payable at Jammu/Srinagar.

3.Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) with Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Facility along with Lifting Certificate, if applicable.

4.Specification of Incinerator, Autoclave/Microwave, STP/ETP, Shredder, Deep Burial, D.G. Set etc. whatever is applicable (Enclose manual, if any).

5.Layout plan of the various treatment facilities.

6.SMR of Incinerator, STP/ETP etc., whichever is applicable.

7.Site Plan/ Key Plan.

8.Land Papers with approved building permission/Rent Deed/Lease Deed.

9.No Objection Certicate from Municipality/Local Town Area Committee etc.

10.Photographic proof of the various treatment facilities available at the Health Care Facility like colour  coded bins labeled with Biohazard symbol and needle destroyer unit, other treatment facilities.

 For Renewal Cases. (In Triplicate) 

1.     Form II (Application) duly filled and Schedule I for Consent to Establish/Operate, signed and stamped by the proprietor/occupier. All documents must be self attested.

2.     Valid MoU with Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment Facility alongwith lifting certificate.

3.     Copy of Previous Authorization.

4.     Annual Report in Form IV.

5.     Documentary proof of any conditions mentioned in the previous authorization/consent.

6.  Registration Certificate from Director Health Services, J&K State Dental Council, Director Indian System of Medicine, Director Animal Husbandary, whichever is applicable.


Note:- All persons who generate, collect, receive, store, transport, treat, dispose, or handle bio-medical waste in any form including hospitals,  nursing homes, clinics, dispensaries, veterinary institutions, animal houses, pathological laboratories, blood banks, ayush hospitals, clinical establishments, research or educational institutions, health camps, medical or surgical camps, vaccination camps, blood donation camps, first aid rooms of schools, forensic laboratories and research labs, (irrespective of the type and size of the health care facility and their system of medicine)