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Editor & Publisher: Aarti Borole Volume 01 ; Issue 01 01 July 2012 SMSeLINK Abhay Sancheti Chairman Dear Readers, To embark on a journey of success one needs the tools of preparedness, foresight and strategy. These lead to the path of growth and high quality operation. Last month was very good going as many projects came up on our way. I heartily congratulate the Civil, Electrical & Environment team members who worked on the projects we seize. Along with the success there always are tears somewhere. I was deeply saddened to hear about Uttam Patodia’s death and I would like to express my sincere sadness and sympathies to his family at this difficult time. Time keeps on moving and so have we. It’s impossible for us to pause or stop the time. But we can use our time wisely and make it worthy.
Inside This Issue: Company News CSR Activity Environment News HR Forum Time to Smile Opinions expressed by the authors in this magazine are not necessarily those held by the Management. Articles are also compiled or written in originally. (For private circulation only) Suggestions are welcome @ email@example.com COMPANY NEWS: NEW CHORE: CONSTRUCTION OF SINGLE LINE BG TUNNEL NO.7 (APP. TOTAL LENGTH 1780 RM) AT KM.36.640 TO KM.38.420 IN BETWEEN STATION KAMBIRON ROAD AND THINGOU IN CONNECTION WITH CONSTRUCTION OF NEW RAILWAY LINE PROJECT JIRIBAM - TUPUL (IMPHAL) OF N.F.RAILWAY (CONSTRUCTION). Project Cost: Rs. 95.47 Crores (JV) SMSIL = 49 % Period of completion = 21 months TURNKEY CONTRACT FOR R-APDRP PART B SCHEME WORKS UNDER KALYAN - DOMBIVLI (KZ). Project Cost: Rs. 184. 97 Crores Period of Completion: 48 Months Conti…. SHORT TERM IMPROVEMENTS AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE OF DELHI-PANIPAT SECTION FROM KM. 29.300 TO KM 86.00 OF NH-1 IN THE STATE OF HARYANA. Project Cost: Rs. 22.36 Crores Period of completion = 12 Months
SHORT TERM IMPROVEMENT AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE OF DIVANCHERUVU - GUNDUGOLANU SECTION FROM KM. 901.753 TO KM. 1022.494 ON NH-5 IN THE STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH. Project Cost: Rs. 33.33 Crores Period of completion = 12 months SMSIL and MSEDCL signed up an agreement for CONSTRUCTION OF 9 NOS 33/11KV, 5MVA SUB-STATIONS AND ALLIED WORKS IN BULDHANA CIRCLE UNDER AMRAVATI ZONE on 31.05.2012. Project Cost: Rs. 23.69 Crores Conti…. Construction of ETP AT Nada, Additional Handling Facilities along with laying of associated Pipelines in Area- IV at Ankleshwar Asset (ETP-NADA&AF); The contract was signed on 27 June 2012 Project Cost: Rs. 144 Crores Period of Completion = 27 months and operation 7 years
Signing of MOU for setting up of Integrated Waste Management Facility in Karnataka. At the recent Global Investor Meet 2012 Karnataka held at Bangalore on 8 th of June 2012, SMSIL signed an MOU for setting up of an Integrated Waste Management Facility with the Government of Karnataka. The total cost of the project is Rs. 221.69 crs. The MOU was signed by Ms. Komala Jt. Director (AEP) Directorate of Industries & commerce Govt. of Karnataka & Mr. Asif Hussain Sr. Deputy General Manager of SMS Infrastructure Ltd. After signing the MOU officials of our company met the Hon. Chief Minister Mr. D. V Sadananda Gowda, the minister for industries Govt. of Karnataka Mr. Murugesh Nirani & Principal Secretary to Chief Minister I. S. N. Prasad & briefed about the details of the facility. The officials were pleased to hear about the concept of the Integrated Waste Management as this will attract major industrial giants to set up their unit in the state.
Visit of Shri Ajay Sancheti, (Member of Parliament) on 3 rd June 2012 @ MEPL Shri & Shrimati Ajay Sancheti, (MP) alongwith Shri & Shrimati Sunil Raisoni, Shri & Shrimati Shivkumar Agarwal & Shri & Shrimati Parneet Bhandari visited MEPL Facility to see the working of the plasma plant for waste to energy.
Visit of 5 member teams headed by Dr. D. Jagannathan, (IAS, Joint Commissioner of Municipal Administration) from Tamil Nadu Municipal Corporation on 22 nd June 2012 @ MEPL Dr. D. Jagannathan, (IAS, Joint Commissioner of Municipal Administration) along with his 5 team members accompanied by Mr. Asif Hussain & Mr. Varun Boralkar visited the MEPL facility. The purpose of the visit was to study Waste to energy options for destruction of Municipal solid waste.
Participation at the Conference on Waste Management held on 14 th June, 2012 at Aurangabad organized by Confederation of Indian Industry supported by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board and corporate contributor SMS Envocare Ltd. Dr. S.T. Lonkar, Director, SMS Envocare Ltd., delivered a lecture on ‘Industrial waste Management, Best Practices- Hazardous and Non-hazardous waste’. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the growth of industry in India, partnering industry and government alike through advisory and consultative processes. About the lecture: Rapid industrialization has resulted in the generation of huge quantity of wastes. 10 to 15% of waste produced by Industries is hazardous in nature. As per the data of the CPCB, there are more than 40,000 industries that produce about 7.66 MMT of Waste every year of which 3.39 MMT is Landfill able (44.26%), 0.65 Incinerable (8.5%), 3.61 Recyclable (47.13%) (Source: http://moef.nic.in/downloads/public- information/Report-To-The-People-on-Environment-And-Forests%20-2010-11.pdf) Environmental management of hazardous wastes has become a major concern in India. Hazardous waste management practices include Secured landfill, solidification and stabilization, Thermal treatment etc. The lecture focused on the need for hazardous waste management describing methods of its safe disposal specifically elaborating on the plasma gasification process, basic components of the plasma plant, its advantages and safety measures that need to be taken. Other eminent speakers at the conference include: Mr. P K Mirashe, Joint Director (Pams) MPCB Dr. Dilip Boralkar, Ex Member Secretary, MPCB Mr. Kunal Kumar, IAS, District Collector, Aurangabad Mr. P. M. Joshi, Regional Officer, MPCB, Aurangabad Mr. Pravin Jadhav, Manager Laboratories, Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd, Mumbai Dr. Aniruddha Agnihotri, Head- Safety, Health & Environment, Tata Consultancy Services, Mumbai Mr. P.P. Nandusekar, Retired Principal Scientific Officer, MPCB & Advisory Environment, MIDC, Mumbai And many more
Vasundhara Award on World Environment Day 2012 for MEPL Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) announced the “Vasundhara Award” to recognize the exemplary work carried out by Industries, Urban Local Bodies, Schools and Environmental Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) towards protection of environment in the State of Maharashtra. Maharashtra Enviro Power Limited (MEPL), a group company of SMS Infrastructure Ltd was selected and awarded the prestigious “Vasundhara Award” for the industry sector for the year 2012 on World Environment Day; 05 June 2012 at the Yashwantrao Chavhan auditorium, Jaganathrao Bhosale Marg, Narimal Point, Mumbai for setting up of the world’s largest first Common Hazardous Waste Transport, Storage and Disposal Facility on plasma gasification. This facility destroys high calorific value waste as per CPCB guidelines by Plasma Gasification Vitrification Technology. The heat generated is converted to electricity using steam turbines. There is a negligible amount of toxic gas emissions and are well below the detectable limits. There is no generation of ash as it comes out in the form of vitrified slag which is non toxic and is used as a construction aggregate and also in the manufacturing of bricks. The award was given in the presence of: Honl. Chief Minister Shri. Prithaviraj Chavhan and Honl. Dy. Chief Minister Shri. Ajit Pawar, Honl. Environment Minister Shri Sanjay Deotale, Honl. Minister of States Shri Sachin Ahir in presence of the top management of SMS Envocare Group, Shri Abhay Sancheti, Shri Hemant Lodha, Shri Anand Bhandari, Col (Retd) R.K. Jain, Shri. Kishore Malviya, Shri. Asif Hussain, Dr. S. T. Lonkar and the team of MEPL.
“Paryavaran Gaurav Puraskar” for MEPL “Paryavaran Gaurav Puraskar” from the Environmental Club of India (ECI) is a forum meeting worldwide requirement of safe & Clean Drinking Water, Solid Waste Management, Industrial Pollution, Hospital Waste Management, Hazardous Waste Management & other environmental issues. It is a platform for the Scientific & Engineering Professional to discuss about environmental issues not to contrast with the existing associations. The aim of ECI is to establish, run or otherwise manage & administer to provide a platform & a brilliant forum for professionals, businessman, and students desiring to work amicus curiae in the field of environment. To render advice in the environmental field to general public voluntary organizations. On the occasion of World Environment Day, on 5th June 2012, ECI, had conferred various organizations and individuals for their contribution in the field of environment. MEPL a group company of SMS Infrastructure Ltd was conferred with “Paryavaran Gaurav Puraskar". Shri Hemant Lodha, President (Environment) SMSIL received the award at the hands of Air Marshal (Retd) Bhushan Nilkanth Gokhale, and the entire team of MEPL was present to grace the occasion
The lecture was conducted by Health & Hygiene by MCD Health Inspector for awareness of labors at Kamla Nagar Parking Project site, Delhi on dated 15 June'12. The program was very successful and was highly appreciated. Health & Hygiene
Germany’s solar power industry has always been a world leader, but since the country closed eight nuclear power plants after the Japanese disaster and announced they would be shutting down the remaining nine by 2022, pressure to find alternative energy has mounted. Other sources such as wind and biomass are expected to pick up the slack, but solar power has never been more important. By meeting a third of its electricity needs on a work day and nearly half on Saturday when factories and offices were closed, Germany’s solar power industry has broken all previous records. Speaking to Reuters, Norbert Allnoch, director of the IWR said: ”Never before anywhere has a country produced as much photovoltaic electricity. Germany came close to the 20 gigawatt (GW) mark a few times in recent weeks. But this was the first time we made it over.” “This shows Germany is capable of meeting a large share of its electricity needs with solar power,” Allnoch said. “It also shows Germany can do with fewer coal-burning power plants, gas-burning plants and nuclear plants.” By receiving government-mandated support for renewable, Germany has became a world leader in renewable energy. Currently the country gets about 20% of its overall annual electricity from renewable sources and has nearly as much installed solar power generation capacity as the rest of the world combined. Like most other European countries, it is aiming to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% from 1990 levels by 2020, but at this rate it is the country most likely to actually follow through. Germany sets a solar record last weekend by generating nearly half of its total electricity with photovoltaic's! Germany fed a whopping 22 gigawatts of solar power per hour into the national grid last weekend, setting a new record of meeting nearly half of the country’s weekend power demand. After the Fukushima disaster, Japan opted to shut down all of its nuclear power stations and Germany followed suit after considerable public pressure. This seems to have paved the way for greater investment in solar energy projects. The Renewable Energy Industry (IWR) in Muenster announced that Saturday’s solar energy generation met nearly 50 percent of the nation’s midday electricity needs and was equal to 20 nuclear power stations at full capacity!
Distribution of 200 Nos. of Mango saplings to the Karegoan Gram Panchayat As a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility, the MEPL Team distributed 200Nos. of Mango saplings to the Karegoan Gram Panchayat. Tree Plantation on World Environment Day Tree plantation is not a one time activity, rather it is a long- term healthy and environment-friendly movement as we feel ownership with the trees we plant and see them growing. Similar efforts were taken at various units and many trees were planted at different sites. Tree plantation at Waluj CETP Tree plantation by Mr. Ajay Sancheti at our corporate office, Nagpur
SMS Envocare Ltd participated actively for World Environment Day celebration at General Motors India Pvt. Ltd., Talegaon, Pune World Environment Day is an annual event that is aimed at being the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action. At General Motors India, (GMI) the main agenda was to make all the employees aware of the environmental issues and steps that need to be taken by one and all to have a cleaner and greener planet earth. Various stalls were held which gave information on different environmental topics. SMS Envocare Ltd and Maharashtra Enviro Power Ltd., was also an active participant, our stall displayed the architectural model of the ‘Plasma Gasification process’ as well as ‘The Secured Landfill Model’. Mr. Gopal Yadav, Mrs. Kosha Jajal, Mrs. Suparna Sarkar and Mr. Rahul Patil represented SMS Envocare Ltd and Maharashtra Enviro Power Limited (MEPL) and explained employees of GMI, the need for hazardous waste safe disposal and described the ‘Plasma Gasification Process and method of secured landfill’. Around 3000 employees visited the stall in batches and it was a great time sharing knowledge to one and all about the general process, its advantages and safety measures that need to be taken for Plasma Gasification technology.
TRAINING GLIMPSE A training program on WELLNESS THROUGH YOGA was conducted at Toll Office, Delhi on 23.6. 2012, Saturday for All Employees A Training program on TECHNICAL TRAINING was conducted at Waregaon Workshop, Civil Site on 20.6.2012, Wednesday for GROUP of Mechanics & Supervisors
Unexpected LossWe Welcome you to our Family: Mr. Gautam Sule Sr. DGM for Bhandewadi Project DOJ: 6 th June 2012 Mr. Vivek Singhvi Manager International Business Development – SMSEL DOJ: 27 th June 2012 Mr. Mahendra Ghadigonkar son of Mr. Mangesh Ghadigoankar, (working in Mumbai BMW plant as plant Operator) has scored 92.55% marks in SSC exam. Hearty Congratulations!!! UTTAM PATODIA (43), passed away suddenly due to Heart Attack on Thursday June 21, 2012 at 11:50 pm. He worked at HRBC Toll, Kolkata. Everybody who leaves this world leaves behind a little piece of themselves...something for us to remember them by. Lt. Shri. Uttam Patodia not only left behind a loving family, but also his good works, which will live on throughout the years. He was a talented and a wonderful person all around. He recently was with us on our company’s Foundation Day and was awarded with the Best Personality Award. He will be missed greatly, but will always remain in our hearts.