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PCB (Pollution Control Board):-

PCB (Pollution Control Board) drug license is a license issued by the respective State Pollution Control Board to manufacturers, and distributors of drugs and pharmaceuticals. It is mandatory for any entity involved in the manufacture, sale, and distribution of drugs and pharmaceuticals to obtain a PCB drug license to ensure compliance with environmental laws and regulations. Here are some key points to keep in mind about PCB drug license:

1. Application process: The application process for obtaining a PCB drug license involves submitting the required documents and fees to the State Pollution Control Board.

2. Documents required: The documents required for PCB drug license include proof of ownership or lease of the manufacturing unit, proof of identity and address of the applicant, a copy of the drug license issued by the State Drug Control Authority, and an environmental impact assessment report.

3. Compliance: A holder of a PCB drug license is required to comply with various environmental laws and regulations, such as the Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2016 and the Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2016.

4. Renewal: A PCB drug license is valid for a specific period, typically one to five years, after which it needs to be renewed.

5. Penalties: Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations can result in penalties, fines, and even imprisonment.

Overall, obtaining a PCB drug license is a crucial requirement for any entity involved in the manufacture, sale, and distribution of drugs and pharmaceuticals. It helps ensure compliance with environmental laws and regulations and promotes sustainable and responsible business practices.