Rs 28.79 Crore Revenue generated from Scrap Disposal Coal/Lignite PSUs Undertake Innovative Measures under the Campaign
New Delhi: During second and third week of Implementation Phase of Special Campaign 3.0, the Ministry of Coal along with its PSUs have carried out various activities, identified during the preparatory phase of the Campaign.
The Ministry has freed approx.50,59,012 Sq. Ft. of area by disposing of scrap, and generated revenue of Rs.28.79 crore. So far a total 1,08,469 physical files were reviewed, and 8,088 old files were weeded out. Besides, 29,993 E- Files have been closed online, after review of 80,305 E-files.
Best Initiatives: In addition to the targets above, the Campaign has paved the way for several good practices. As part of best initiatives, the PSUs under the Ministry have undertaken the following initiatives: -
- Plastic to Paver
To tackle the menace of Single use Plastic waste, Eastern Coalfileds Limited has set up Solid Waste Management unit, which has transformed single-use plastic into a valuable resource. The campaign was executed in three key steps:
Efficient Waste Collection: ECL proactively collected solid waste from the Bankola Area Colony and collaborated with registered vendors to gather plastic waste from outside the leasehold areaRead Also : IIM Lucknow Triumphs in NTPC Electron Regional Finals, Followed by IIT BHU and IIT Kanpur
Segregation of waste: ECL's dedicated team sorted various waste types, including plastic, paper, and other discarded items, ensuring that each material is reused or recycled.
Innovative Plastic Waste Processing: The most noteworthy practice is transformation of plastic waste into useful end products. ECL's Plastic Waste Handling Unit in Bankola Area ingeniously converted these discarded plastics into paver blocks and bricks, creating valuable resources out of what was once considered waste.
Rain Water Harvesting:
New Initiatives have been undertaken by ECL under the Special campaign 3.0. Rain water harvesting structures at Rajmahal area, CISF camp at Sonepur Bazari area and Mugmu area have been constructed.
Cleanliness drive undertaken at 62 spots was a huge success with spontaneous participation by one and all.
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The beautiful garden at Jagannath Area Regional Store under Jagannath Area of MCL has been developed from scrap material.
Under the special campaign 3.0, the beautification of Koyla Nagar, Dhanbad situated Quarter No. -D 15, Sector-3 has been done by CMPDI, Regional Institute-2, Dhanbad. Front area of D-15 (GYM), Sector -3, Koyala Nagar Dhanbad has been converted into a children park with swings installed.Read Also : iDEX-DIO signs 300th contract for Defence Innovation
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