Nepanagar is an industrial township in Burhanpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Nepanagar is famous for its newsprint paper mill, Nepa Mills Limited (earlier known as The National News Print Ltd). The word "NEPA" is coined from National Environment Protection Authority, hence the name. This small township falls between Burhanpur and Khandwa and is surrounded by many small villages. This place is accessible by main line railway that runs between Bhusawal Junction and Itarsi Junction. Nepanagar is also accessible by Road from the route going to Burhanpur. At Asirgarh the road bifucates into an ill maintained road that goes to Nepanagar. The total distance is 14 km. There is no airport at this little town. The Nepa mill area is covered in 107 acres of land and township 1762 acres totalling 1869 acres of land. There is a well-developed township in Nepa, which is equipped with all the facilities. The Company has 2164 residential quarters in the township.