Resources Conservation

For what we take from the environment, we try to replenish

Resources Conservation

Dalmia Cement has a deep concern for the conservation of ecology and a pollution free environment. In this direction, the steps taken include wind energy generation and waste minimization through waste recycling and control.

In tune with the universal call for conservation of energy, Dalmia Cement has made headway by:

  • Using Lignite as fuel.
  • Installing power control devices to run larger machines so that, part of the electrical energy consumed by the machines can be recovered, thereby reducing the consumption of electricity.
  • Installing high efficiency separator to increase the cement grinding capacity that will ultimately result in lower consumption of electrical energy.
  • Installing a PLC Control for Cement Mills.
  • Using alternate fuel in pyro-processing.
  • Installing bucket elevators in place of airlift pumps.
  • Installing vertical roller mills for cement grinding.
  • Installing high efficiency Electrostatic Precipitators in all the production units.
  • Having a Sewage Treatment Plant separately for the Factory and the Colony.
  • We have a dairy farm where we have a variety of plantations including economic crops, pollution reducing crops thus maintaining the nature at its best. We also have Goshala (Cow breeding place) wherein number of cows is reared.
  • Our residential colony is fully surrounded by trees and lawns to have pleasant atmosphere.
  • We have a neatly maintained lawn and are having variety of flora and fauna at our mines office, the rich fauna consists of
    . Peacocks . Love birds . Rabbits . Monkeys
  • We have constructed viewpoint tower in the near by bird sanctuary (Karaivetti lake).
  • Under 'afforestation programme', we have planted 35,000 trees, which have reduced the temperature level in and around Dalmiapuram.
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From our energy efficiency to our innovative practices and technology, we are dedicated to operating our facilities with the utmost respect for the communities and environment in which we all live and work

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