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Naveen inaugurates Tata Steel's Gopalpur ferro-chrome plant

Press Trust of India  |  Berhampur (Odisha) 

The 55,000-tonne per annum (TPA) ferro-chrome plant set up by at a cost of Rs 542 crore in its Gopalpur Industrial Park in Ganjam district was today opened by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

The plant is a unique environment-friendly unit with state-of-the-art pollution control equipment and technology such as ETP (effluent treatment plant) and STP (sewage treatment plant).



It has 100 per cent water-harvesting facility that caters to most water requirements of the plant. It has an indigenously built semi-closed hybrid furnace, a first of its kind in in which components are procured from all over the world to maintain high standards of quality and safety.

Also, it is the first plant in to use briquetting method of chrome ore fine agglomeration.

The plant is expected to set a high benchmark in technology and on other performance parameters ensuring a higher stakeholder value.

Speaking on the occasion, (and SEA) MD T V Narendran said the facility built at a cost of Rs 542 crore is the first greenfield ferro-chrome plant of in India.

"Gopalpur Industrial Park should see a lot more investors coming forward, adding to the industrial progress of the region," he said.

There is expectation of new investment coming into Special Economic Zone (SEZ) over the next few months.

Besides the new unit at Gopalpur, has two other ferro-chrome plants in Odisha - a 65,000 TPA plant at Bamnipal in Keonjhar district and another at Athagarh in Cuttack district of 55,000 TPA capacity under management of its subsidiary T S Alloys.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Naveen inaugurates Tata Steel's Gopalpur ferro-chrome plant

The 55,000-tonne per annum (TPA) ferro-chrome plant set up by Tata Steel at a cost of Rs 542 crore in its Gopalpur Industrial Park in Ganjam district was today opened by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. The plant is a unique environment-friendly unit with state-of-the-art pollution control equipment and technology such as ETP (effluent treatment plant) and STP (sewage treatment plant). It has 100 per cent water-harvesting facility that caters to most water requirements of the plant. It has an indigenously built semi-closed hybrid furnace, a first of its kind in India in which components are procured from all over the world to maintain high standards of quality and safety. Also, it is the first plant in India to use briquetting method of chrome ore fine agglomeration. The plant is expected to set a high benchmark in technology and on other performance parameters ensuring a higher stakeholder value. Speaking on the occasion, Tata Steel (India and SEA) MD T V Narendran said the ... The 55,000-tonne per annum (TPA) ferro-chrome plant set up by at a cost of Rs 542 crore in its Gopalpur Industrial Park in Ganjam district was today opened by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

The plant is a unique environment-friendly unit with state-of-the-art pollution control equipment and technology such as ETP (effluent treatment plant) and STP (sewage treatment plant).

It has 100 per cent water-harvesting facility that caters to most water requirements of the plant. It has an indigenously built semi-closed hybrid furnace, a first of its kind in in which components are procured from all over the world to maintain high standards of quality and safety.

Also, it is the first plant in to use briquetting method of chrome ore fine agglomeration.

The plant is expected to set a high benchmark in technology and on other performance parameters ensuring a higher stakeholder value.

Speaking on the occasion, (and SEA) MD T V Narendran said the facility built at a cost of Rs 542 crore is the first greenfield ferro-chrome plant of in India.

"Gopalpur Industrial Park should see a lot more investors coming forward, adding to the industrial progress of the region," he said.

There is expectation of new investment coming into Special Economic Zone (SEZ) over the next few months.

Besides the new unit at Gopalpur, has two other ferro-chrome plants in Odisha - a 65,000 TPA plant at Bamnipal in Keonjhar district and another at Athagarh in Cuttack district of 55,000 TPA capacity under management of its subsidiary T S Alloys.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Naveen inaugurates Tata Steel's Gopalpur ferro-chrome plant

The 55,000-tonne per annum (TPA) ferro-chrome plant set up by at a cost of Rs 542 crore in its Gopalpur Industrial Park in Ganjam district was today opened by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

The plant is a unique environment-friendly unit with state-of-the-art pollution control equipment and technology such as ETP (effluent treatment plant) and STP (sewage treatment plant).

It has 100 per cent water-harvesting facility that caters to most water requirements of the plant. It has an indigenously built semi-closed hybrid furnace, a first of its kind in in which components are procured from all over the world to maintain high standards of quality and safety.

Also, it is the first plant in to use briquetting method of chrome ore fine agglomeration.

The plant is expected to set a high benchmark in technology and on other performance parameters ensuring a higher stakeholder value.

Speaking on the occasion, (and SEA) MD T V Narendran said the facility built at a cost of Rs 542 crore is the first greenfield ferro-chrome plant of in India.

"Gopalpur Industrial Park should see a lot more investors coming forward, adding to the industrial progress of the region," he said.

There is expectation of new investment coming into Special Economic Zone (SEZ) over the next few months.

Besides the new unit at Gopalpur, has two other ferro-chrome plants in Odisha - a 65,000 TPA plant at Bamnipal in Keonjhar district and another at Athagarh in Cuttack district of 55,000 TPA capacity under management of its subsidiary T S Alloys.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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