ISO 9001:2008 ISO 9001:2015

Pulp and Paper Industries

Ambeshwar Paper Mills Ltd.

A

mbeshwar Paper Mills Ltd. is situated at GIDC Estate, Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India. These pulp and paper industries is engaged in manufacturing writing paper, M.G. Kraft paper and printing paper. An Effluent Treatment Plant comprising of Anaerobic treatment followed by Activated Sludge process is designed and commissioned by CA to treat (a) 600 cu.m/day of effluent with inlet COD 30000 mg/L and (b) 600 cu.m/day of effluent with inlet COD 1000 mg/L. The total cost of the project was Rs. 4 Million and the plant was successfully commissioned in 1995 with treated effluent COD – 600 mg/L.

Nishant Paper Mills Ltd.

N

ishant Paper Mills Ltd. is situated at Kadi in Gujarat, India. The industry is engaged in manufacturing Kraft paper and writing and printing paper. An Effluent Treatment Plant consisting of Activated Sludge process is designed and commissioned by CA to treat 800 cu.m/day of effluent with inlet COD 1000 mg/L. The total cost of the project was Rs. 3 Million and the plant was successfully commissioned in 1994 with treated effluent COD – 100 mg/L.

Rajeshwaranand Paper Mills Pvt. Ltd.

R

ajeshwaranand Paper Mills Pvt. Ltd. is situated at Gowali in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India. The industry is engaged in manufacturing writing paper, M.G. Kraft paper and printing paper. An Effluent Treatment Plant consisting of Activated Sludge process is designed and commissioned by CA to treat 550 cu.m/day of effluent with inlet COD 3500 mg/L. The total cost of these pulp and paper industries project was Rs. 2.8 Million and the plant was successfully commissioned in 1995 with treated effluent COD – 400 mg/L.

Kankariya Paper Mills.

K

ankariya Paper Mills is carrying out its manufacturing activity at Kalol in Gujarat, India. Their existing Effluent Treatment Plant was modified by providing Anaerobic Activated Sludge to treat 5000 cu.m/day of effluent with inlet COD 3000 mg/L. The total cost of the project was Rs. 9 Million and the plant was successfully modified to give treated effluent COD – 100 mg/L.