SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India (AMNS India) Limited- the joint venture steel project in India between ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel announced its decision to invest at its flagship Hazira steel complex. The committed investment of INR 273 crore will be towards setting up of a zero liquid discharge plant and implementing other environment-related initiatives.
As part of the investment, the company plans to install a new system that will cover the entire plant, at an investment of INR 77 crore. It will make use of RO units to reuse the entire treated effluent, thereby helping the company to eliminate liquid waste. The zero liquid discharge network of approximately 14 kilometres is expected to be completed by March next year.
According to Santosh Mundhada, Executive Director, AMNS India, the company has been adopting green practices at the Hazira plant, as part of its commitment to the best environmental norms. It has undertaken a series of projects aimed at improving the environmental footprint of the plant, in line with the global steel manufacturing standards, he added.
In addition, AMNS India has finalized an Environment Improvement Roadmap Plan at an expenditure of INR 173 crore, mainly aimed at reducing ambient dust levels at the steelmaking facility.
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