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May , 2017
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SAIL-BSP to be the first to use plasma technology for toxic waste disposal

Source: Business Standard, Date: May , 2017

Source: Business Standard, Raipur, May, 2017 :-†State-run Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) would be using plasma technology for the disposal of hazardous waste for the conservation of the environment and natural resources.The company would be the setting up a state of the art Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) management facility in collaboration with the United Nations Development Organisation (Unido) and the Ministry of Environment & Forests & Climate Change. The project would come up in SAILís flagship Bhilai steel plant (BSP). PCBs are a class of synthetic organic chemicals that can be used in multiple forms for a variety of industrial purposes. PCBs, hence could be found in transformer oils, hydraulic systems, carbonless copy paper, paints, adhesives, sealants and plastic products.

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