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1SMSeLINK 01 June 2012 Dear Family Member’s: Volume 01 ; Issue 01Dear Family Member’s:It was really wonderful to see the enthusiastic month. The sports activities and the Celebration of our Company’s Foundation Day has made a remarkable memory.It’s your hard work and dedication which makes you stand out; out of the box thinking and ideas are amazing which is helping the company grow. Most important was the team work observed by members of all verticals. We are sure if we continue performing like this we will soon set the milestone to the next level. Congratulations!! To all the Winners.The World Environment day is on 5th June This year it is based on Green Economy hosted by the country Brazil. The green economy is one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological green economy is an economy or economic development model based on sustainable development and a knowledge of ecological economics.The present environmental problem lies in our prevalent model of development, which has established consumerism as an index of development. The answer to this problem can be observed in Jain Philosophy. The first principle of Jain Philosophy is Ahimsa; by which non-violence or non- injury to any form of life is maintained. The second Principle is Aparigraha, which means to limit possessions to what is necessary or important. Both this principles help us in safeguarding the environment.I would also, like to congratulate the team members to grab the ONGC Tender at Nada after the continuous hard work for more than one year. Also, I heartily congratulate the MEPL team for achieving the Vasundhara Award for the industry sector of the year 201201 June 2012Abhay SanchetiChairman Editor & Publisher:Aarti Borole
2COMPANY NEWS: Inside This Issue: Company News Waste –Expo @ Las Vegas CSR ActivityEnvironment NewsHR ForumTime to SmileCOMPANY NEWS:Waste Las VegasOur Chairman Mr. Abhay Sancheti attended ‘The waste expo: the center of it all, where environment meets the innovation’ Conference and Exhibits at Las Vegas Convention Centre, Las Vegas, NV. This waste expo was scheduled between 30 April 2012 to 3 May 2012.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)Click the below link or copy and paste it on Browser to view more Photoshttps://picasaweb.google.com/ /WASTEEXPO?authkey=Gv1sRgCKat6rO4pceWDwSuggestions are
3The project is worth 144 cores. Telecast of BMW Facility, Mumbai New Achievements:NADA:After chasing and hard work of more than one year; Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has placed the Notification of Award (NOA) of contract on an SMS Infrastructure Limited for execution of the entire scope of works for “Construction of ETP at NADA, Additional handling facilities along with laying of associated pipelines in Area IV at Ankleshwar Asset”.The project is worth 144 cores.Telecast of BMW Facility, MumbaiA video telecast of our Bio Medical Waste Management Facility, Mumbai was shown on Doordarshan Channel on 8th April 2012.A very good message of handling and the importance of managing the biomedical waste was conveyed to the common man.New Ghana:Our new Company viz. SMS-UGH GHANA LIMITED is being incorporated in victoriaborg Accra.The Certificate of Incorporation Effective from 3rd November 2011 has been received.Click the below link or copy and paste it on Browser to view the video:
4FOUNDATION DAY CELEBRATION @ SMS CORPORATE OFFICE A foundation day was celebrated by SMS group of company in its premises at Corporate Office, Nagpur. The SMS Family members, their Spouses and Children were invited to the function. The Function was hosted by Mr. Sushant Mukherjee & Ms. Kavita Paliwal.The program started with a traditional Shlokas. Few young Employees presented a colorful cultural program which enthralled the audience. Our Managing Director Shri Anand Sancheti & Chairman Shri Abhay Sancheti also expressed their views on the 1st celebrations of Our Foundation Day. The program subsequently followed by the various categories awards presentations. This function ended with a grand dinner.All of them cherished the performances and enjoyed the function.The list of various award winners is enclosed further.Conti…
6The Merit Award Winners are as follows: Best Personality Award (All Levels)19Mining divisiongoes toMr. K. Ramakrishna, Executive P.S.,T-Palle Project20Roads, Railways & Irrigation divisionSunil Parashar (Mngr Accts)21Electric divisionMr. Jitendra Singh, Supervisor, SECL Project22E&CE divisionGanesh Narawade - MEPL, Pune23UD, Tolls & Roads O&M divisionUttam Patodia, HRBC Toll, Kolkata24Other divisionsKavita Alone - General ServiceBest Service Mate Award (Level 8 only)25Mr. S. Madhusudan, Operator, T-Palle Project26Nivrati Gai ( Shift Co- 0rdinator )27Mr. Alkesh Dahake, Office Asst. HO, Nagpur28Mukesh Sookinda - MEPL, Pune29D. Meshram, Gundugolanu O& M Site, NH-5, A.P.30Raju Bhandari - FinanceBest Performance Award (level 4&5)1Mining divisiongoes toMr. H. Salam, Sr. Manager, T-Palle Project2Roads, Railways & Irrigation divisionYogesh Gawatre (Sr Engineer )3Electric divisionMr. Sanjiv Kumar; Jr. Engineer (Pen Project)4E&CE divisionAnil Nagose - Project department, Nagpur5UD, Tolls & Roads O&M divisionKishor Warkari, Delhi6Other divisionsHemkant Mishra - FinanceBest Performance Award (level 6&7)7Mr. Satish Kumar, Surveyer, T-Palle Project8Shivdas Sarode ( Billing Engineer )9Mr. Devendra N. Mahajan (Supervisor - Dombivali Project)10Vinod Bankar - MEPL mktg, Pune11Krishankant Sharma, Delhi12Rajesh Pant - Human ResourceBest Behavior Award (All Levels)13Mr. R. Srikant, Electrical Engineer,T-Palle Project14Arun Nehare (Puchase Astt. )15Mrs. Kiran M. Adatkar; Asst. Manager, HO, Nagpur16Vinayak Kavade - SMSEL, Pune17Ravindranath Pandey, Durg-By-Pass Toll18Akbar Saudagar - FinanceClick the below link or copy and paste it on Browser to view:1) Photoshttps://picasaweb.google.com/ /SMSFoundationDay?authkey=Gv1sRgCMaehNHl6JTIEg2) Videos (in sequence)
7Visitors @ Delhi BMW Facility from Vietnam on 30 April 2012 Under the world bank South-South knowledge program on Healthcare Waste management, delegates of Vietnam as well as official (s) from World bank & CPCB visited our Common Biomedical waste treatment facility on 30 April 2012.The purpose of the visit was to understand the bio-medical waste management aspects being followed at our facility.Click the below link or copy and paste it on Browser to view more Photoshttps://picasaweb.google.com/ /VisitorsToDelhiPlant?authkey=Gv1sRgCJPj1MuYr6HLMQ
8Visit of Alter NRG & Air Products @ MEPL on 29th & 30th May 2012 Mr. Mark Wright, Mr. Alex Goordetsky, Mr. Frank Petrocelli, Air Products visited the MEPL site on 29th May The purpose of the visit was to study the use of Anthracite to replace metcoke.Mr. Deepak Davda & Mrs. Anjali Khambete from MEPL on 5th May 2012Mr. Deepak Davda, General Manager, Tech, Vapi Waste & Effluent Management & Co. Ltd & Ms. Anjali Khambete, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, SVNIT College Surat from Vapi Industrial Association visited MEPL facility to explore the possibilities of Plasma gasification of Hazardous waste & Plastic waste.
9Visit of Solena Absi India Pvt. Ltd, Harayana to MEPL Facility Mr. Nitin Kalra, Country Director, India ,Mr. Joseph Carlin, Executive VP, Project Development, Dr. Robert T. DO, President and CEO, Solena Absi India Pvt. Ltd from Haryana, visited the MEPL Facility to study the plasma technology and for further business proposals.Visit of Mr. Mark, Alter NRG & Guests from Global Korea Environment Co. MEPL on 30th May 2012Mr. Mark Wright, Alter NRG along with Mr. LEE, Sang Soo, CEO , Global Korea Environment, Co, Ltd. visited the MEPL facility on 30th May. The purpose of their visit was to explore the waste to energy through plasma gasification.
10Vasundhara Award for MEPL MEPL is selected for Vasundhara Environment Award for the industry sector of the year The awards will be distributed on World Environment Day, 05 June 2012, at Mumbai. This is one of the most remarkable award in the field of Environment.The “Vasundhara Award” by Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) aims to:-Recognize the efforts of industries, urban local bodies, schools and environmental Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) who have made significant contributions to sustainable development and made measurable improvements to their performance, whilst achieving their own business plans, service functions and societal objectives; Put forward role models in sustainable development for Indian industries, urban local bodies, schools, and NGOs for others to get inspired; c. Align with international best practices of promoting efforts beyond compliance by practicing sustainability. The award will be given in presence of Chief Minister Mr. Prithaviraj Chavhan and Dy. Chief Minister Mr. Ajit Pawar.We Congratulate the MEPL Team Members for this Achievement.
11CSR ACTIVITYDistribution of 200 Nos. Of Mango saplings to the Karegoan Gram PanchayatAs a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility, the MEPL Team distributed 200Nos. of Mango saplings to the Karegoan Gram Panchayat.Initiative for Plantation:MEPL took the initiative for plantation in coordination with MIDC, Ranjangoan by digging 1000 pits for plantation by MIDC in Monsoon.
12ENVIRONMENT NEWSGreen Economy: Does it include YOU?The 2012 theme for World Environment Day is Green Economy: Does it include you? Evidently, there are two parts of this theme and the first tackles the subject of the Green Economy. This is where some people shut off their minds because they find the concept of the Green Economy a little too complex to understand.On the contrary, the Green Economy is really something that is applicable all around you and it is easy to imagine how you fit in it. The UN Environment Program defines the Green Economy as one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. In its simplest expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive.Practically speaking, a Green Economy is one whose growth in income and employment is driven by public and private investments that reduce carbon emissions and pollution, enhance energy and resource efficiency, and prevent the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services. These investments need to be catalyzed and supported by targeted public expenditure, policy reforms and regulation changes.But what does all this mean for you? Well, this essentially what the second part of the theme is all about. If the Green Economy is about social equity and inclusiveness then technically it is all about you! The question therefore asks you to find out more about the Green Economy and assess whether, in your country, you are being included in it.
13HR FORUM TRAINING GLIMPSE Corporate Finesse and Business Etiquettes The training program on the subject "Corporate Finesse and Business Etiquttes“ was held on 19 May 2012 at BMW Plant, Nilothi Village, New Delhi.The trainer Mr. Pranay Karnik had come from Indore and conducted all the points very clearly, enthusiastically. The response from all the participants was also very positive and remarkable.The trainer had explained about few etiquettes in corporate business such aswriting, Visiting cards, shake hands, self esteem etc. Few activities for participants in a sense the growth of company with individual were provided.
14We wish you all the very warm wishes on your Birthday!! S.NName Of the Emp.DOBCo.1Sanjay Sakat1-JunMEPL2A.B.Ughade3Bhange Suresh4Vijay Pachundkar5Mayappa Pujari6Balu Khedkar7Raju Jagtap8Ramdas Dighe9Yogesh Mangar10Jadhav Changdev11Sambhaji Jagtap12Raju Admane13Suresh M. Raskar14Kardile Hanumant15Ishwar Parhad16Kamar Khan17Phalke Dilip18Balhu Tilekar19Sahebrao Navale20Sarjerao Gorde21Rajendra Zanjad22Umesh Tonpe23Shashikant MeshramVEPL24Dilip SalveCETP-Waluj25Dattaram LaseSMS ENVOCLEAN26Gopal Pawar27Rijwan H. Ansari28Navin G. Reddy29Vilas N. Gurav30Satish GaikwadSMSEL31Balaji Rathod32TEKSMSIL-D33ANIL SHARMA34DEVENDRA KUMAR SAHU35Pandhari RamtekeSMSILS.NName Of the Emp.DOBCo.36Vilas Shrivastav2-JunVEPL37PATIL SACHIN RANGRAOSMSIL-D38saba khanSMSIL39Satyendra Yadav3-JunMEPL40Arun PatilSMSV41Yashwant D. RaneSMS ENVOCLEAN42GHAN SHYAM TRIPATHI43MAHENDRA MESHRAM44bhushan betwal45GAJANAN K. DESHMUKH46M. VARADA RAJULU47SRIDEO BHANDARI48Santosh Shid4-JunSMSEL49n vishwanadham (narsingoju)50Vipin Kr. Mishra5-Jun51Kiran Bhor52Navnath Wakhre53Ajinath Gaikwad54Baboo V. Borade55BALAI GHOSH56SURAJ DHANDE57ANIL TODAK58GOPAL VASATKAR59Rohit Sinha60Shashikant Gaikwad6-Jun61Manoj Chaudhari62CHANDER63Ramsiromani Dubey64Naikade Yogesh7-Jun65PRAVIN N DAWARE66MANGESH BORULE67SACHIN VASANT JOSHI.68Mr.Rupchand Mandoker69NILESH ADAI70Amol Kale8-JunConti…Note: Any conflict with this page please contact the HR department directly
15S.NName Of the Emp.DOBCo.71KISHOR WARKARI8-JunSMSIL-D72PARMESHWAR DOUBALE73ABHAY KATHALESMSIL74Nisha Vijay Sancheti9-Jun75Rovena Anthony10-JunMEPL76Bhiku Patil77BHIMRAO INGLE78RAJENDRA SHIMBARE79Sanjay M. Thute80Sarika Kamthe11-JunSMSEL81Ashish Yawale12-JunBCPL82Ganesh MhatreSMS ENVOCLEAN83PREMBIR SINGH84GANESH MHATRE85Matin Sayyed13-Jun86SACHIN SALUNKHE87VINOD SHEKHAWAT88NIMBAJI SURALKAR89DEEPAK MORE90Charushila Sonawane14-Jun91Nilesh Karkhile92Pranali BanaitVEPL93RAVI INGLE94Kiran Chavan15-Jun95Sonji SuraseCETP-Waluj96PRABHAKAR KOTHALKAR97Manoj Manna98PUNARAT RAM DHIWAR99nita navghare100R.G.Ughade16-Jun101MANAS MANNA102Sakharam Patil17-Jun103DNYANDEO BARHATE104PRASHANT ADAI105Shivdas DalviS.NName Of the Emp.DOBCo.106Raju Bhandari17-JunSMSIL107Vikas D Fulzele108DINESH SHARMA18-JunSMSIL-D109PAWAS VERMA110Hemant Mehar19-JunVEPL111PRASHANT BHANGALE112Rahul Dange20-Jun113Shubh Kant Jha114Ganesh Dande115SUDHAKAR LAXMAN MADKE116MUKESH RAMBHAD117vishekhar patruji mate118Jitendra Garasia21-JunSMS ENVOCLEAN119Ravindra WaikarSMSEL120Walmik Pawse22-JunMEPL121Vikas Gulalkari122Shekhar Sangamnerkar123KALYANI SHINDE23-Jun124SATISH INGLE24-Jun125G Venkatesh Prasath126Renuka Majge25-Jun127Devendra Jadhav128Rajkumar Malhi26-Jun129Siddharth GaikwadCETP-Waluj130Ganesh Muthukumar Asari131Rahul Patil132SHIV KUMAR SHARMA133RUPESH THAKARE134A.K. SHRIVASTAVA135Sunil Parashar136Rajesh Khotale27-Jun137Babarao P Belsare138RUCHI Sharad KASHIV139PRAVIN ASHOK NIKHADE140MANGESH TEKADE28-Jun141pravin gujjewar142Asif Hussain29-Jun143Imran Ahmed30-Jun144vivek thaokarNote: Any conflict with this page please contact the HR department directly
16TIME TO SMILE Four men were bragging about how smart their dogs were. One man was an engineer, the second man was an accountant, the third man was a chemist, and the fourth was a government worker.To show off, the engineer called to his dog. “T-square, do your stuff.” T-square trotted over to a desk, took out some paper and a pen, and promptly drew a circle, a square, and a triangle.Everyone agreed that, that was pretty smart.The accountant said that his dog could do better. He called to his dog and said, “Spreadsheet, do your stuff.” Spreadsheet went out into the kitchen and returned with a dozen cookies. He divided them into four equal piles of three cookies each.Everyone agreed that, that was good.The chemist said that his dog could do better still he called to his dog and said, “Measure, do your stuff.” Measure got up, walked over to the fridge, took out a quart of milk, got a ten-ounce glass from the cupboard, and poured exactly eight ounces without spilling a drop.Everyone agreed that, that was pretty impressive.Then the three men turned to the government worker and said, “What can your dog do?”The government worker called to his dog and said, “Coffee Break, do your stuff.” Coffee Break jumped to his feet, ate the cookies, drank the milk, claimed he had injured his back while doing so, filed a grievance report for unsafe working conditions, put in for worker’ compensation, and went home for the rest of the day on sick leave.They all agreed that, that was brilliant!