Nuevo Chakra

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“Research-based firm committed towards environmental consultancy and solutions”

Nuevo Chakra (OPC) Pvt Ltd: NCPL OFFERS A WIDE RANGE OF ADVISORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Founded by Dr. Paromita Chakraborty, Nuevo Chakra OPC Pvt Ltd (NCPL) based in Mumbai, is a professional research-oriented management consultancy firm committed to offer customized Environmental Consultancy & Management solutions. Established in 2020, NCPL has applied for ISO 9001:2000 Certification. Our core expertise is to finds opportunities in complexity, turning obstacles into sustainable solutions by looking at problems from a fresh angle. Our focus is on management of technologically challenging Chemical and Environmental projects, Monitoring and Due Diligence, Sustainable Development of Industry and Innovation. NCPL consulting assignments are essentially strategic, knowledge driven and supported through training since we collaborate with environmental professionals with skills in engineering, science, economics and planning.

“One of our main goals is to create a long-term difference in the world we live in.” This translates to a focus on getting to know our clients in order to create results that offer value. Identifying challenges that affect business and devoting resources to developing goals and KPIs through our professional practise.”

Dr. Paromita Chakraborty

Associate Professor and Leading Environmental Science and Technology Research Group

Department of Civil Engineering, SRM Research Institute, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, India

& Founder & Director of Nuevo Chakra

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Consultancy:

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Waste Management:

NCPL is on a mission to maximize resource value, while minimizing – and even eliminating – environmental impact so that both our economy and our environment can thrive.

At NCPL our priority is to understand client requirements, ensuring that their waste management strategic goals are understood and reached.

We work with our clients to identify their waste composition; waste production and waste generation rates so that we can help them to shape a service solution. We identify the best available technologies to treat waste and where we can add value to the wastes that are generated through material recycling and reuse. We carefully plan transportation requirements, making sure that safe, compliant, and reliable service execution is maintained.

Its integrated, IoT-based solutions enhance the efficiency of waste collection providing dynamic collection routes & schedules for comprehensive optimization of the collection processes.

Laboratory Services:

NCPL research laboratories provide independent material science and analytical testing solutions for customers around the world. Expertise includes research and development, quality control testing, materials analysis and characterization, unknowns identification, test method development and validation, method remediation, measurement science, contamination troubleshooting, and more.

Our laboratory environments can be adapted to accommodate a broad range of analytes and matrices within a variety of projects simultaneously.

We can provide third-party validation on cutting-edge rapid diagnostic assays, including GC-MS (7890B), Lyophilizer, Bench Top Centrifuge, Orbital Incubated shaker, GC-ECD (7890B), Rotary Evaporator, Microwave extraction system (MARS 6), and many others. Whether you are seeking to obtain certification, or simply to conduct internal validations, our team can help.

At our facility, we are able to adhere to specific regulatory guidelines needed to maintain a level of quality and data management.

Risk Assessment

You can use an environmental risk assessment (ERA) to determine the chance of your company harming the environment. This includes explaining potential hazards and consequences before taking steps to mitigate them. In the various stages of project implementation, all concerns are identified and resolved in a systematic manner. It provides a systematic approach for identifying various potential environmental impacts at various stages of the scheme cycle, determining appropriate mitigation measures for addressing the identified environmental impacts, and establishing an institutional arrangement for mainstreaming environmental management in project implementation processes.

Water, air, and soil pollution are mostly caused by the mining, manufacturing, and building industries. Chemical spills, heavy use of air-polluting equipment and machinery, asbestos handling, soil contamination, and industrial noise are all major contributors. Employers should conduct extensive risk assessments and inspections in order to build an effective Environmental Management System (EMS) and ensure that enterprises function without contributing elements that could harm the environment.

Risk managers and policymakers can use an environmental risk assessment template to document any non-conformances and potential environmental dangers caused by the company and its employees.

Here are 6 critical steps to performing a successful ERA:

  • Problem Formulation – the most critical step where risk managers define the scope of an ERA by identifying what needs to be protected from harm.
  • Hazard Characterization – examining the potential environmental hazards present in the workplace.
  • Exposure Characterization – identifying what and who is at risk.
  • Risk Characterization – combining hazard and exposure characterization results and then assessing the risk.
  • Documentation – record the results of the assessment and implement precautions.
  • Monitoring – reviewing the assessment at regular intervals.

Air Quality Monitoring

Air quality impact assessment (AQIA) is an important technique for determining the relative contribution to ground level pollutant concentrations of specific current or future source emissions at receptor sites. The principal activities in AQIA are air quality modelling and monitoring techniques.

Without accurate assessment and awareness of air quality sources and their related impact to identified receptors it would be impossible to propose effective mitigation solutions. Therefore, the demand by local planning authorities for air quality assessments has increased significantly, particularly in support of planning applications for new developments or change of use proposals, where there are already sensitive receptors nearby or the site is within an AQMA.

Therefore, an Air Quality Assessment should be considered where:

  • A development proposal will generate a significant change in traffic volumes, vehicle speeds, congestion, parking and/or traffic composition.
  • A proposal for a new development or source of exposure within close proximity to existing sources (such as a busy road) and or increase in nitrogen deposition.
  • A new emission source will be introduced such as a biomass boiler or CHP burning plant within or in close proximity to an AQMA.
  • Proposals could have a potential impact on nearby sensitive receptors such as emissions impacting on residential housing, creation of dust from construction works etc.

The need for the aforementioned points will depend on the location and sensitivity of the proposed source, local planning authority requirements, policies and action plans.

Journal Impact Factors

Journal Impact Factor (JIF) is a measure reflecting the average number of citations to articles published in journals, books, patent document, thesis, project reports, news papers, conference/ seminar proceedings, documents published in internet, notes and any other approved documents. The impact factor (IF) is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year. It is used to measure the importance or rank of a journal by calculating the times it’s articles are cited.

There is an increasing enthusiasm and pressure to submit scientific articles to journals for publication due to official policies. This has led to increased stress on authors and editors and in issues like plagiarism.

Submitted article getting rejected due to fallacies of their article. Dejection due to delay of the publication process. Manuscript rejection is a common painful phenomenon in the publication arena.

Here are a bunch of approaches for increasing impact factor:

  • Publish quality over quantity. In general, higher quality publications will receive more citations.
  • Having a great editorial board or being from a prestigious publisher can create a belief in authors that the impact factor will be high in the future.
  • Make the submission process more pleasant for authors. A pleasant review experience will encourage people to submit their work. i.e., allow different file formats, give quick initial feedback, get good reviewers, etc.
  • Make articles easier to find. Make sure that articles are well indexed by relevant scholarly search engines.
  • Make articles free and open access or at least have a liberal copyright policy.

Solid Waste Management

NCPL is on a mission to maximize resource value, while minimizing – and even eliminating – environmental impact so that both our economy and our environment can thrive.

At NCPL our priority is to understand client requirements, ensuring that their waste management strategic goals are understood and reached.

  • We work with our clients to identify their waste composition; waste production and waste generation rates so that we can help them to shape a service solution.
  • We identify the best available technologies to treat waste and where we can we add value to the wastes that are generated through material recycling and reuse.
  • We carefully plan transportation requirements, making sure that safe, compliant and reliable service execution is maintained.

Its integrated, IoT-based solutions enhance the efficiency of waste collection, which helps cities and waste collection organizations to reduce operational costs by eliminating needless pick-ups, providing dynamic collection routes & schedules for comprehensive optimization of the collection processes.

Environmental Audits

We provide a comprehensive consultancy service which will help ensure your company is compliant with the latest legislation and the growing array of environmental laws and policies.

Aside from compliance our audits are also a very good way of measuring your business’s environmental impact, and will enable informed decisions to be made about managing those impacts.

Key benefits of an environmental audit include:

  • Ensuring legislative compliance.
  • Reducing environmental impacts.
  • Reducing waste, water and energy costs.
  • Improving relations with stakeholders.
  • Improving company image.
  • Providing the foundation for an environmental management system (EMS) such as ISO 14001.

All audits are undertaken by consultants who are fully competent and experienced in both legal and environmental aspects of relevant legislation.

Research Collaboration

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