Chettinad Cement Corporation Limited

Category -B

Project type- 3. Materials Production

Project Sub type- 3 b) Cement Plants and 1 d) Thermal Power Plants

Project Details - Public Hearing for the proposed grinding unit has an installed capacity of 2 x 2 MTPA with Bulk. Loading Terminal Facility and 2 x 50 MW Captive Power Plant. Impact on water environment: The quantity of water required for the proposed plant is 1840 m3/day. The water requirement of 600 m3/day for the proposed unit will be met from the bore wells initially and then from Bhīma River (19 km, S).Once the plant becomes operational, noise will be generated from the cement mills, packing unit, conveyors etc. In case of captive power plant noise generating stationary sources from the power plant will be pumps, compressors along with cooling tower and boilers.

Location of the Project - Post Ahuj Taluka South Solapur, District Solapur, Maharashtra

District- Solapur

State- Maharshtra

Date & Time: 02-04-2013 11:00 hrs

Venue: Chettinad Cement Corporation Limited, Post Ahuj, Taluka South Solapur, District Solapur Maharashtra

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