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APPCPIR :: Andhra Pradesh Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region

Waste Management

  • Waste management facilities available at JN Pharma City within PCPIR by Ramky Sembcorp Consortium
  • 'Treatment, Storage & Disposal Facility' (TSDF) for hazardous waste: Secured landfill to cater to 1.5 to 2 lakh TPA for a 25  year period
  • Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) of 12 MLD for treatment of effluents
  • 36  TPD capacity incinerator for organic waste
  • Existing Marine Outfall at Pharma City (16 km), similar marine outfalls proposed for other SEZs / industrial parks

Waste Management

  • Existing 'Transport, Storage & Disposal Facility' (TSDF) for hazardous waste (6.2 MMTS) within 25 km from the site
  • Leading player identified to operate waste management facilities
  • Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) with incinerator for organic waste available at  Jawaharlal Nehru Pharma City
  • Existing  Marine Outfall at Pharma City - 2 Km into the Sea, Similar Marine outfall proposed for SEZ.

Power

  • Dedicated 220/132 KV Sub-station at PCPIR already set-up.
  • Advantageous mix of thermal, hydro and gas power
  • Most Competitive Industrial Power Tariff in the Country (Present Tariff  below Rs.2.75* per unit)
  • NTPC Power Plant at Visakhapatnam (1000 MW) ; proposed expansion of additional 1000 MW

 

Effluent Management in PCPIR

Effluent & Sewage Treatment Facilities

 

  • Marine Outfall Facilities
  • 4 for Visakhapatnam Cluster
  • 2 for Nakkapalle Cluster
  • 2 for Kakinada Cluster