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Overview Regarding the Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb Export Business

The ceramic industry in India is around 100 years old with a sizable industrial base, manufactured in both large and small sectors with a range in size, type, standards and quality. Gujrat has the highest concentration of small-scale ceramic industry. In the last two decades, this industry has witnessed remarkable growth in technical ceramics with items like dinner sets, tea sets, saucers, cups and earthenware. The ceramic industry has been lucrative to the market with the current employment of 12 per cent per annum with the estimated growth rate of 15 per cent per annum. Also, it has created around 2 million job opportunities through direct or indirect employment. From 2001 to 2008, the total ceramics trade grew at a CAGR of 9.8%, from US$ 39.6 billion to US$ 83.5 billion. Keeping this in mind, it won't be wrong to state that the fly ash ceramic honeycomb business is expected to show tremendous results in the future.

Fly Ash is a coal incineration product composed of fine particles of burned fuel. Depending on the source and composition of the ash (coal that is burned), the elements of fly ash may differ. Despite this, some components remain constant, like silicon dioxide (SiO2), aluminium oxide (Al₂O₃) and calcium oxide (CaO). Thirty-five suppliers export fly ash powder from India. There are top 3 categories of products of Fly Ash that are exported from India are as follows -

  • HSN Code 71123000: HS: Fly Ash comprising precious metal or precious metal composites
  • HSN Code 68159910: HS:other: Fly Ash comprising bricks and tiles
  • HSN Code 71129200: HS: Fly Ash comprising of platinum counting metal clad with platinum but without sweepings comprising other precious metal

Requirements for Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb

To Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb, the exporter has to fulfil certain conditions, including: -

  • Packing of scraps of hazardous wastes
  • Labelling of scraps of hazardous wastes
  • Quality of the raw material of scraps of hazardous waste
  • Completely insured for the reason of transit of a scrap of hazardous waste

Authorisation from the Ministry for Export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb 

The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC), under the Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management, Handling and Trans-boundary Movement) Rules, 2016, act as nodal authority for an inter-country moment, including the export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb.

  • An exporter must apply for authorisation under Form 5 to the MoEF&CC with a copy of insurance for the anticipated transboundary movement of hazardous and other wastes, including the export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb. The application must be accompanied by the importing country's prior informed consent in writing.
  • Once the Ministry of Environment receives the application, under sub-rule (1), it may grant permission for the expected export of waste mentioned under the rules within sixty days of acceptance of the completed application. It may impose any guidelines it feels applicable.
  • To makes sure that to comply with the regulations of the export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb, MoEF&CC shall forward a copy of the authorisation granted under sub-rule (2) of 2016 Hazardous Waste Rules to the Pollution Control Committee (PCC)/State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) of the concerned state where the waste is generated, the Pollution Control Board of the concerned state where the port of export is located, and the applicable Port and Customs department.
  • The exporter of the waste listed under the 2016 Hazardous Waste Rules must ensure that no shipment is shipped before receiving prior informed consent from the importing country's government.
  • The exporter of the hazardous waste listed under the rules (like for export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb) must also guarantee that the movement paper accompanies the current delivery under Form 6.
  • The exporter must maintain Form 3 for the Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb that he has transported, and the information must be available for examination.

 

Documents required for Export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honeycomb

  1. PAN card and UID of the authorised person
  2. PAN card of the unit
  3. MOA (Memorandum of Association) and AOA (Articles of Association)/Partnership deed
  4. IEC (Importer-Exporter Code)
  5. GST
  6. Consent to Operate the unit
  7. Authorisation of unit
  8. Photograph and video of running plant
  9. Lab report

 

Particulars of Form 5

  1. Name of the exporter (Name and local address)
  2. E-mail address
  3. Facility location/address
  4. Export reason
  5. The importer/exporter outside of India
  6. Details of waste to be exported
    1. Quantity
    2. Basel number
    3. Multiple/single movement
    4. Chemical composition of waste
    5. Physical characteristics
    6. Special handling requirements (if applicable)

Particulars of Form 6

  1. Name of the exporter (Name and local address)
  2. Generator of the waste and site of the generation
  3. Importer or actual user
  4. Trader details
  5. Bill of lading
  6. Country of import
  7. General description of the waste
    1. Quantity
    2. Basel number
    3. Multiple/single movement
    4. Chemical composition of waste
  8. Type of packages
  9. Special handling requirements
  10. Registration number
  11. Date of transfer
  12. Signature of carrier's representative

Import Export Code Registration for India

The Import and Export Code (IEC) is apersonalised ten-digit code. This code is obligatory for every exporter and importer in India.IEC code is authorised by the Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) of the Ministry of Commerce. One of the other unique features of this authorisation is that this code is a one-time authorisation that does not need new registration or renewal.

The application for authorisation for the IEC is submitted online to the DGFT with the authorised documents, Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and bank details. The authorities then sanction these, after which the code is authorised in soft copy for Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb in India.

Documents Required

The Ministry of Commerce mandates the following documents for an IEC registration -

  • PAN card of the company
  • Applicant's PAN
  • Aadhaar card
  • Company Incorporation Certificate (CIN) or partnership deed
  • Address proof
  • Copy of cancelled cheque leaf/banker certificate of the current account in the company's name

Consent Certificates

CTE (Consent to Establish) is essential for establishing the Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb business in India. Exporter obtains it for waste management before the unit is set up as per the Air and Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. CTO (Consent to Operate) is another vital requirement for the exporter to establish the business in India for Plastic Waste Management after the exporting unit is instituted and the exporter is ready to start the export of plastic scrap as per the Air and Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.

Both certificates are necessary for setting up the Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb business. The procurement process of these consent certificates is prescribed and regulated under the Water & Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act.

The process prescribed for acquiring the consent certificate is similar to each other. The general process involves submitting the application form on the centralised online portal of the respective Pollution Control Boards of the state or Union Territory Pollution Control Committee. This must be accompanied by the required certificates/documents or licenses prescribed under the implementation guidelines of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). After this, the authorities inspect the form that is submitted. Subsequently, an authorised government official visits for a site inspection and frames a comprehensive report accordingly. Ultimately, the consent certificates are granted.

This is to be noted that while applying for Consent to Operate, one has to keep in mind that the authorisation process has the additional step of the site inspection conducted by the government officials.

 

Documents required for consent certificate

  • Pan card
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) certificate
  • Aadhaar card
  • Industry Department Certificate
  • Details on channelisation
  • Total open land
  • The project report
  • Water usage breakdown
  • Total constructed area
  • DG specifications
  • The layout plan/site plan
  • Boiler type, fuel used, and quantity
  • Effluent/Sewage Treatment Plant flow diagram
  • Product/by-product list
  • Specifics on air pollution controls
  • Registration proof of unit
  • Raw material list
  • Site plan
  • Water bill
  • Consent from the state's groundwater authority
  • Factory/Trade License
  • Authorisation letter
  • Municipality or industry license

 

GST Certificate

AGST certificate is also necessary for setting up the Export Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb business.

Document required for GST Certificate

  • Permanent Account Number (PAN) card
  • Incorporation Certificate (IC) authorised by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA)
  • Article of Association (AOA)
  • Aadhaar card of the applicant
  • Bank details

Electricity bill or water bill

How can Enterclimate assist you? 

Personalised legal assistance

At EnterClimate, our legal experts will assist in the application filing process.

 

Aid in annual report filing

We offer complete supervision individually catering to your specialised needs. Our team of an expert also guide during the documentation process. 

Support on filing for a compliance certificate

Our team of experts also deliver thorough service for applying for consent certificates for the export of Fly Ash Ceramic Honey Comb.

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