Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency

(Climate Change Division)


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Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency is an attached department of the Ministry of Climate Change and responsible to implement the Pakistan Environmental Protection Act, 1997 in the country. An Act to provide for the protection, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of environment, for the prevention and control of pollution, and promotion of sustainable development. Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency also provides all kind of technical assistance to the Ministry of Climate Change.

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bulletClimate Change Division
bulletNational Disaster Management Authority
bulletEnvironmental Protection Department, Punjab
bulletEnvironmental & Alternate Energy Department, Sindh
bullet Environment Department,  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
bullet Environmental Protection Agency, Balochistan
bulletEnvironmental Protection Agency, AJK
bulletEnvironmental Protection Agency, Gilgit Baltistan
bullet The World Conservation Union (IUCN-Pakistan)
bulletUnited Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
bulletWorld Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Pakistan)
bulletOffice of Pak-EPA shifted from House No. 311, Margalla Road, F-11/3 to Plot 41, Street 6, H-8/2, Islamabad.
bullet Seminar on Compliance of National Environmental Quality Standards (NEQS) in Serena Hotel Islamabad. 10-11 December, 2013.
bullet11th meeting of Governing Council of South Asia Co-operation Environmental Programme (SACEP-GC) and 5th Inter Governmental Meeting of Ministers of the South Asian SEAS Programme (SASP) held  in Islamabad on 3-5 December, 2013.
bulletGuidelines for Using Tire Derived Fuel (TDF) in Pakistan Cement Industry
bulletGuidelines for using Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) in Pakistan Cement Industry
bulletGuidelines for Environmental Reports Wind Power Projects
bulletImpact of Particulate Air Pollution on Respiratory Health of School Children
bullet Comprehensive Environmental Monitoring Report
bulletTCP-EMS Brochure

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bulletWater quality status in rural areas of Pakistan.
bullet Compendium on Environment statistics of Pakistan
bulletAssessment of Solid Waste Management in Selected Cities of Pakistan
bulletGreenhouse Gas Emission Inventory of Pakistan for the Year 2007-2008.
bulletWorkshop on Corporate Carbon Footprint, Carbon Neutrality & Clean Development Mechanism.
bulletNational Climate Change Strategy & Action Plan 2011-2015.
bulletNational Hazardous Substances and Waste Management policy.
bulletGuidelines for Handling, Storage, Inspection and Accident Investigation of Hazardous Substances and Hazardous Wastes.
bulletNational Report on Generation and Movement of Hazardous Wastes.
Pesticides Standard Operating Procedures.
bulletConsultants/consultancy firms who are interested their enlistment with Pak-EPA are...
bulletNotice for Vehicular Emission
bulletPublic Notice for IEE/EIA Compliance

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Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency
Plot 41, Street 6, H-8/2,
Islamabad 44000, Pakistan.

This page is last updated on 30 December 2013