Get your Food Recycling License hassle-free and kick-start your business with Darshan Corporate. A “Food recycling license” is an authorization that allows individuals or organizations to engage in activities related to food waste management or food recycling. Food wastage is not new and now causing concern on a worldwide scale. A third of the food produced globally each year is thought to be wasted or lost, according to the Food & Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (UNFAO). According to the Global Food Waste Index 2021, India came in second place, only behind China, with 68.8 million tonnes of food wasted, with a value of almost 92,000 crores and annual growth rates of 8% to 10%. According to CSR Journal's estimation, the amount of wasted food produced in India is comparable to the amount eaten in the UK. Supermarkets, hotels, food processing businesses, restaurants, and weddings are the main offenders of food waste in India. Food waste has an impact on both the environment and the availability of resources in India. When food waste is dumped in landfills, it produces a large amount of methane, a greenhouse gas, which when combined with carbon dioxide and chlorofluorocarbons raises the temperature of the earth's surface.
Which businesses are required to have “Food Recycling Licenses”?
Businesses involved in food-generating activities such as:
- Manufacturing plants
- Food packaging plants
These businesses must have a food recycling license, according to Food Waste Regulations, 2009.
- PAN card/ Aadhaar card
- Utility bills
- GST registration
- Factory license
- Form of application for recycling registration
- Covering requisition letter asserting the status of the industry and its activities
- Copy of sale deed
- Copy of Memorandum of Association
- ETP/ STP
- Auditor’s certificate with breakup details for the proposed gross fixed certified by CA.
- Consent was granted by the concerned state pollution control board under the Air Act of 1981 and the Water Act of 1974
What is the registration process for a food recycling license?
All hotels and restaurants in India must have a separate biodegradable garbage and set up a system for composting.
You need to know before begin everything.
The concerned State Pollution Control Board (SPCB).
It is dealt with under the Food Waste Regulations, 2009.
Feel free to get in touch with us to obtain a Food Recycling License in Delhi.