OMPL is committed to maintain a wholesome environment in and around the Aromatic Complex by adopting state of the art technology that is more environmentally friendly than ever before in our processes.
We comply with environment laws, rules and regulations and are accountable in maintaining high standards. We efficiently use our resources, driving our quest in the path of sustainable development.
We carry out operations in a manner that is responsive to the environmental requirements of all the concerned stakeholders at large. OMPL considers Environment risks at every stage of project development and operations and continuously work to mitigate those risks and improve environmental performance.
Air Emission Reduction
We are committed to contribute to the Government of India's initiative to bring down emission targets. Our Heaters are designed to handle environment friendly LNG fuel, as and when made available. Our heaters are dual fired by design, so as to handle gas fuel on availability from the process.
Our endeavor to comply and go beyond compliance is manifested by real-time emission data monitoring and transfer to Regulatory Body, from all heaters.
In continuation with meeting regulatory requirements, we carried out in house Development & Execution of DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING on Emission Standards for DUAL FIRED HEATERS – exhibiting our initiative to develop tools to work with ease in reducing air emissions - classic example of adherence to CPCB initiative.
We are committed to prudent use of precious water resource in our processes that support all important life sources. In order to achieve this, Water and wastewater system are managed by techniques of accountability and efficiency with strict adherence. We have adopted state of the art technology in handling aromatic in waste water, apart from complying with MoEF regulation. In order to bring down fresh water consumption, the Complex is designed to utilize treated Municipal Sewage Water in Cooling Water System, on availability from MSEZ.
We are committed to follow MoEF, GOI guidelines of hierarchy in waste management, in ascending order of prevention, minimization, reuse, recycling, recovery-utilization including co-processing and finally, safe disposal. Conceptualization, design and implementation and fat operation stage – waste management hierarchy is religiously followed.
Apart from bringing optimization and efficiency in the process, our continuous effort has yielded in developing a valuable product from waste, its commercialization and usage subject to approval by Regulatory Body.
The different aspects of Environment Management in OMPL are mentioned below.
- Green Belt Development through Karnataka Forest Department, Government of Karnataka.
- Plastic Ban Awareness Program and promoting alternate Jute/ Cloth bags.
- Swacch Bharath Abhiyaan.
- Brick from spent clay – realizing value from waste initiative (under approval).
- Water Conservation.