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A2Z Infrastructure will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management at Kanpur

13 Aug

The first Solid waste to Power project in India will be set-up in Kanpur
The Energy will be produced from Refuse derived Fuel

Kanpur Municipal Corporation, with a view on environment and for effective management and disposal of the solid waste, has allotted an end-to-end integrated project to A2Z Infrastructure. Under this mandate A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd – a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd –  will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management for Kanpur city. Earlier in June 2008, Kanpur Municipal Corporation had given mandate to A2Z for processing and disposal of solid waste. Now this mandate has been extended for collection and transport also.

The company announced in a joint press conference organised by the company and the Kanpur Municipal Corporation that it was setting up the first of its kind in India, an integrated solid waste to power project at Kanpur.

The energy to be consumed by the plant will be obtained from RDF – Refused Derived Fuel. It is expected that the power plant will be operative by March 2011 and it will have a capacity to produce 15 Mega Watt of Energy. The company has plans to sell this electricity to the state, as well as, on commercial basis. The company assures that the electricity produced will be completely local and the technology to be used for RDF is organic in nature. RDF is the best substitute for coal and it produces less pollution than the coal.

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A2Z Infrastructure will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management at Kanpur

13 Aug

Kanpur Municipal Corporation, with a view to protect the environment and effective management and disposal of the solid waste, has allotted an end-to-end integrated project to A2Z Infrastructure. Under this mandate A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd – a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd –  will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management for Kanpur city. Earlier in June 2008, Kanpur Municipal Corporation had given mandate to A2Z for processing and disposal of solid waste. Now this mandate has been extended for collection and transport also.

The company announced in a joint press conference organised by the company and the Kanpur Municipal Corporation that it was setting up the first of its kind in India, an integrated solid waste to power project at Kanpur.  The energy to be consumed by the plant will be obtained from RDF – Refused Derived Fuel. It is expected that the power plant will be operative by March 2011 and it will have a capacity to produce 15 Mega Watt of Energy.

On this occasion, the municipal commissioner of Kanpur city Mr R Vikram Singh said that he was proud of the fact that Kanpur occupies a position amongst the top 10 most sanitised cities in the country as per the Ministry of Urban Development. He said that he believed that in the coming year Kanpur will also be  at  the top amongst the cleanest cities.  He complimented A2Z company and reminded the residents of Kanpur city that their attitude toward cleanliness should change now wherein the technical revolution brought in the by the A2Z company is properly utilised.

A2Z Infrastructure will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste Management at Kanpur

13 Aug

Kanpur: Date June 8

For the purpose of protection of the environment and effective management and disposal of the solid waste, Kanpur Municipal Corporation has allotted an end-to-end integrated project to A2Z Infrastructure. Under this mandate a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd – A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd – will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management for Kanpur city. Kanpur Municipal Corporation had given mandate to A2Z for processing and disposal of solid waste earlier in June 2008. Now this mandate is extended to cover collection and transport also.

At the joint press conference organised by the company and the Kanpur Municipal Corporation, the company announced that it was setting up the first in India, an integrated solid waste to power project at Kanpur.  The energy will be obtained from RDF – Refuse Derived Fuel for consumption of the plant. It is expected that the power plant will be operative by March 2011 and it will have a capacity to produce 15 MW of Energy. The company has plans to sell this electricity to the state, as well as on commercial basis.

The company promises that the electricity produced will be completely indigenous and the technology to be used for RDF is organic in nature. RDF is the best substitute for coal and produces less pollution than coal. Mr R Vikram Singh, the municipal commissioner of Kanpur city said on this occasion that he was proud of the fact that Kanpur occupies a place amongst the top 10 most sanitised cities in the country as per the Ministry of Urban Development. He believed that in coming year Kanpur will be at the top amongst the cleanest cities in the country.  He complimented A2Z company and reminded the residents of Kanpur city that their attitude toward cleanliness should change now wherein the technical revolution brought in by the A2Z company is properly utilised.

A2Z Infrastructure had earlier done processing and disposal of the solid waste in October 2009. Currently, 1,500 MT of Municipal solid waste generated daily by city population of 31,16,263 is processed by the company. By eliminating the production of Methane gas at the land-fill site this project has substantially contributed to the reduction of Green House Gas Pollution.

The entire project complies with the strict norms of the Central Public Health and Environmental Engineering Organisation. The project is the only integrated resource recovery facility and possesses diverse portfolio of derivatives from the waste. The company produces 150 MT of compost daily from the municipal solid waste under the brand name Vasundhara. The leading MSW player in the country produces the largest quantity of compost from the solid waste. The quality of the compost produced is as per the standards set by FCO (Fertiliser Control Order) Amendment 2009 and this is the only Govt certified compost in the country. The company has plans to produce 300 MT of compost everyday by August 2010.  UP Water Board C & DS Project Manager Shri R N Goyal who allocates the MSW projects and keeps an eye on these projects in UP state, has said that the Kanpur MSW project has made commendable progress and other ULBS projects in the country will follow this.

Dr Rajnish Mehra the CEO of A2Z Infrastructure Ltd mentioned that India produces 142,000 MT of municipal solid waste everyday and it is growing at the rate of 5% per annum. The company has a portfolio of Kanpur, Indore, Patna, Varanasi, Meerut etc cities where 6,000 MT of municipal solid waste is processed every day. The Govt of India has announced the National Urban Sanitation Policy to ensure that all the cities and villages remain healthier. The Govt has included 100% urban sanitation in its 11th Five Years Plan. The target is to ensure 100% of the urban population can access safe sanitation facility by 2012. We expect the Govt to offer us support towards that.

A2Z Infrastructure Ltd, in association with Kanpur Municipal Corporation has organised the World Environment Day on June 5, 2010. The company will distribute plants in the entire city to the people of Kanpur through 100 mini-trucks. The company will ask questions about the environment and also distribute gifts to people. The regional divisional commissioner Mr Amit Ghosh will show green flag to these efforts.

In a report produced by the Ministry of Urban Development, Govt of India  during 2009-10 on sanitation, Kanpur occupies the 10th place amongst 423 cities in India.  A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd is a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd. It aims to protect the environment keeping its business interests in Municipal Solid Waste management, Sewage Treatment, Power generation from Municipal Solid Waste, Renewable Energy and co-generation etc. It is pioneer in the development of the concept of Integrated Resource Recovery Facility. Currently, it has the portfolio of 6,000 MT per day of solid waste management.

A2Z Infrastructure will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management at Kanpur

13 Aug

Kanpur Municipal Corporation, with a view to protect the environment and effective management and disposal of the solid waste, has allotted an end-to-end integrated project to A2Z Infrastructure. Under this mandate A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd – a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd –  will set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management for Kanpur city. Earlier in June 2008, Kanpur Municipal Corporation had given mandate to A2Z for processing and disposal of solid waste. Now this mandate has been extended for collection and transport also.

The company announced in a joint press conference organised by the company and the Kanpur Municipal Corporation that it was setting up the first of its kind in India, an integrated solid waste to power project at Kanpur.  The energy to be consumed by the plant will be obtained from RDF – Refused Derived Fuel. It is expected that the power plant will be operative by March 2011 and it will have a capacity to produce 15 Mega Watt of Energy. The company has plans to sell this electricity to the state on commercial basis. The company assures that the electricity produced will be completely local and the technology to be used for RDF is organic in nature. RDF is the best substitute for coal and it produces less pollution than the coal.

On this occasion, the municipal commissioner of Kanpur city Mr R Vikram Singh said that Kanpur occupies a place amongst the top 10 most sanitised cities in the country as per the Ministry of Urban Development. He said that he was proud of this fact and he believed that in coming years Kanpur will be  at  the top amongst the cleanest cities in the country.  He complimented A2Z company and reminded the residents of Kanpur city that their attitude toward cleanliness should change now wherein the revolution brought in the technology by the A2Z company is gainfully utilised.

A2Z Infrastructure to set-up the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management Plant at Kanpur

13 Aug

With a view to protect the environment and effective disposal of the solid waste, Kanpur Municipal Corporation has allotted this integrated project to A2Z Infrastructure. Under this mandate A2Z Infrastructure Pvt Ltd – a subsidiary of A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services Ltd –  will set-up  the largest integrated project in Asia for Municipal Solid Waste management for  Kanpur city. Earlier in June 2008, Kanpur Municipal Corporation had given mandate to A2Z for processing and disposal of solid waste. Now this mandate has been extended for collection and transport also.

In a joint press conference organised by the company and the Kanpur Municipal Corporation it was announced by the company that it was setting up the first of its kind in India, an integrated solid waste to power project at Kanpur.  The energy to be consumed by the plant will be obtained from RDF – Refused Derived Fuel. It is expected that the power plant will be operative by March 2011 and it will have a capacity to produce 15 Mega Watt of Energy.

Plant and Enjoy Clean Air and Water

13 Aug

On the Environment Day on Saturday, many functions were organized across the city, to discuss increasing pollution. It was told that in this scientific era industrial progress, weapon rivalry and sound have polluted the Environment. To make Earth green is very important to free the environment from pollution. Along with it, oath to cleanse the sacred Ganga was taken by dozens of leaders.

On the Environment Day Merchant Chamber and Panchayat Raj Seva Parishad, became active, wherein, Leaders of the villages on the bank of river Ganga, Priests, Fishermen and Divers took part. National organizer of water community Arun Tiwari told that Vedas and Scriptures also give a message for keeping Earth green. To cleanse Ganga, mineral water culture should go. Astrologer Ramesh Chintak, Keshav Panda, Kirthi Shankar Avasthi, Aravinda Tripati were felicitated. Singers spread the awareness of Environment through songs. Deputy Director of Panchayati Raj, Ramachndra thanked one and all. District Children Welfare committee organized a rally propagating message of Environmental safety.

Here, Haribhahu Khandekar, Bolanath Shukla, Girdhar Lal Maheshwari, Mohit Barua, Dharmendra Roy and others were present. Govindanagar Vidhanasabha Constituency Congress workers planted 51 plants in ward-6. Legislators Anab Kapur, Kamal Yadav, Ambuj Shukla, Shyam Gupta, Jayaprakash, Dara Singh, Soni Valmiki and others were present. In Kanpur Workers’ Union function Arvind Raj Swaroop, Omprakash Anand, Ramprasad Kanaujiya, Neeraj Yadav and others were present. In Hanumanth Bihar Naubasth, Jan Vikas Parishad organized a seminar on ‘Importance of Environment in Human Life’. D.N. Malviya, K.P. Tiwari, Shailendra Dwivedi, Usha Kiran Singh, Lalit Srivatsav were there.

And in Sarvodaya Nagar workers’ office 101 trees were planted. Worker Sitaram Meena, and Worker Pankaj Kumar, Pradeep Shreevatsav, Sriram Singh, and Damodar Singh, Chandramani Lal Maurya, Rakesh Kumar and others invited to plant trees in every house. In the seminar on environment, it was told that gas released by generator, TV, fridge, AC, are damaging Ozone layer. It is very important to stop this. Shrikrishna Dixit, Pramod Pandey, Madhuri Shukla, Vivek Mitra and others were present. Employees of City Development Committee planted trees in the parks of southern area.

President Bhupesh Avasthi, Sarvesh Dube told that it is necessary to plant trees in the parks. Plants were also planted in Commercial tax offices. Additional Commissioner Eshwari Prasad, S.P. Varma, B.D. Dwivedi, Shyamnarayan Shukla, Devarshi Dube, Vinod Dixit and others planted trees. NCC Cadets, by taking out a rally from Phoolbhag to Sarasaiyya Ghat, created awareness of Environment. Cadets invited to clear pollution in River Ganga. On behalf of KDA trees were planted in Village poor people housing scheme. Vice President Ramaswarup, Legislator Shakuntala Gautam, Chief Engineer S.P.S. Raghav, Dharmapal, C.P. Tripati, and S.C. Varma were present.

In the seminar organized by Social Service Department, people were advised to plant trees. V.K. Tiwari, ashok Singh Patel, Dhaneerao Boudh, Gorakh Prasad, D. Malik and others of Pollution Control Board addressed the seminar. After planting trees in the existing Tulasivan of Motijheel, the City Commissioner R. Vikram Singh, told to make the city green. A2Z Infrastructure Private Company organized the programme. Here, on behalf of A2Z Infrastructure Joint Managing Director Rajneesh Mehra, Amit Agarwal, CEO, K.S.V. Nayar and others planted trees.

Garbage removal trial from 1st August.

13 Aug

From the 1st August, in one zone (12-14 ward) of city of Kanpur, door-to-door garbage collection will be started. By 15th of august this system will be implemented in the entire city. A2Z Infrastructure Private Limited will collect fees from the houses and shops and exchange it with City Corporation towards expenses for vehicles and other things.

With the start of this project, Garbage Management bill amount will be halved for the City Corporation. A2Z Project Head K.S.V. Nayar told that in due course, it is will be attempted to gradually make it zero.

Under JNNURM, at Panaki BhauSingh he told the newspaper correspondents that, in this plot of 46 acres of the Waste Management construction site, not a single drop of water will be wasted. Rain water will also be recycled and used to make manure. Survey will be carried out for door-to-door waste collection. Vehicles are being bought.

Under the new system, 1500 tons of garbage generated by the city will be segregated into different categories. Out of this, 40% will be used for fuel and electricity, 15% for manure, 5% for plastic manufacture and five to 10 percent will be used for bricks and tiles making. Remaining wastage mixed with earth will be buried in the ground.