Environmental Pollution Control Welcome to Environmental Protection Organization (EPO NGO)
Environment Protection Organization (EPO) is non-profit, non-government organization (NGO) registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, Foreign Contribution Registration Act and Section 80 G of the Income Tax Act and entitled with Central Pollution Control Board at national level.
Established in 2015, EPO comprises of a multi-faceted group of environmentally conscious individuals who are from the business, legislative, legal, engineering, finance, energy and environmental sectors. EPO is an organization which is engaged in creating environmental awareness and implementing Integrated Solid Waste Management System. EPO is providing its services of Solid Waste Management to various corporate, industries, educational institutes and residential colonies. We at EPO examine the practices currently in vogue, assess their suitability in the light of the existing regulations, developed cost effective and environmentally sound techniques and strategies. EPO strives to encourage wise recycling of the municipal solid waste for the benefit of nation`s economy and environment sustainability.
Protect Community’s Environment
The EPO NGO is trying to reach out to both the public and private sectors and to educate them the importance of incorporating issues such as, environmental considerations, and self-sustainability, into project or policy development for India. Our representatives have worked with and successfully managed a number of industrial projects, and technical and policy studies for foundations, NGOs, Universities. We provide excellent oversight and management capabilities for our sponsors and work with the community, local NGOs and Trusts. The Environment Protection Organization(EPO) is taking on the tough issues facing conservation today — from climate change to coral reefs, to energy development in a growing world. We are applying high level strategies to our conservation work around The state in the following areas:
The EPO NGO works with government officials and partners around the state of Telangana. We work to support public policies that protect our lands and waters so the next generations of Indians can build secure and rewarding lives.
EPO NGO is working for solutions that will reduce emissions to levels compatible with a healthy planet, preserve forests and help nature adapt to global warming.
Freshwater ecosystems provide us with drinking water, food, energy, transportation — even joy. But experts warn that in the next 20 years, half of the world’s population could face water shortages. There are practical solutions to freshwater conservation and EPO will take bold action in this field.Environmental Pollution Control.
The Environment protection Organization(EPO) is working to protect rain forests, engaging local and indigenous communities in creative solutions that balance the needs of people with nature.
Scientists estimate that unless we take immediate action, we could lose up to 70 percent of coral reefs by 2050.The EPO is dedicated to protecting these vital ecosystems and all the corals, fish and people that depend on them.
Birds are a priceless part of our heritage. They are beautiful, they reflect the health of our environment, and they are economically important. Environmental Pollution Control Preserving and protecting bird habitat has always been a core part of the EPO mission.
Building on our tradition of protecting lands and waters, we are working to balance growing development needs with those of nature; build relationships with communities, companies and governments; and increase funding for large-scale conservation projects.
PEOPLE AND CONSERVATION
Protecting nature isn’t about putting up fences around pristine places to keep people out. We’re about protecting the places and resources we depend on for the benefit of all species — plants, animals and people.
The Environmental Pollution Control EPO approach to development enables companies, governments and communities to make better decisions about where development could occur—and where it shouldn’t. Through science and planning methods, like Development by Design, we can provide a holistic view of what development does to natural systems and the people and precious wildlife that depend upon them.