Posts filed under ‘Beverages’
BHUBANESWAR: The single window committee (SWC) on Friday approved proposals for four industrial units, two of them power plants, with an investment of Rs 1,286.61 crore.
While considering the proposals for power plants, the Chief Secretary has directed Industries Department to motivate the concerned industries to set up cement plants as additional units so that the fly-ash produced by the power plants can be utilised as raw material and its possible affect on environment can be minimised.
The proposal of M/S Beverages Private Limited to set up a soft drink beverages unit with capacity of one lakh crates per annum at Atabira in Bargarh district with an investment of Rs 59.61 crore was approved in the meeting.
Similarly, the proposal of M/S Essar Power Orissa Limited to set up 4×30 MW captive power plant in two phases at Paradip with an investment of ` 683 crore was also given the green signal.
It is expected that the project will provide employment opportunity to 200 persons.
The proposal submitted by Investa Ventures Limited for setting up a LED manufacturing plant and incubation park at Chandaka near Bhubaneswar with an estimated investment of Rs 190 crore was also approved.
The plant will produce energy saving LED electric bulbs and tubes and is expected to open employment opportunities for 470 persons.
Besides, the proposal of M/S Ultra Tech Cement Ltd for expansion of the existing cement grinding capacity from 1MTPA to 3 MTPA at Jharsuguda Cement Works and bulk terminal in Cuttack district with an investment of ` 354 crore has also got the approval of the committee.
However, it has been said that all these approvals are subject to detailed examination of land and other technicalities.
Development Commissioner RN Senapati, Chairman- cum-Managing Director of IDCO Priyabrata Patnaik along with Secretaries of Industry, Mining, Revenue and Disaster Management, Agriculture, Commerce and Transport, Works, Housing and Urban Development, Tourism and Culture, Energy and Member and Pollution Control Board were present.