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NTPC invites EoIs from fly ash users

The company is looking at new avenues of fly ash management. It has also signed 25 MoUs for supply of about 260 lakh m3 of fly ash for road projects. The supply of another 160 lakh m3 ash is under process, an official statement said. NTPC is putting all efforts to achieve an overall ash utilization of 75% from across its power plants.

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Last Updated: Feb 27, 2020, 01.37 PM IST
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New Delhi: NTPC Ltd has invited Expression of Interest from interested fly ash users and ash traders. The fly ash will be procured from NTPC’s Vindhyachal, Rihand, Korba and Sipat Super thermal power stations. The ash is proposed to be issued from the Shakurbasti Depot of Central Railside Warehousing Corporation (CRWC) in New Delhi and will be supplied in 40kg bags to interested parties, an official statement said. The bags of fly ash would be sold on price discovered through auction. Initially, the bulk of the transportation would take place from Rihand and Vindhyachal.

The company is looking at new avenues of fly ash management. It has also signed 25 MoUs for supply of about 260 lakh m3 of fly ash for road projects. The supply of another 160 lakh m3 ash is under process, the statement said.

NTPC is putting all efforts to achieve an overall ash utilization of 75% from across its power plants. Further, ash parks / depots have been established in Varanasi and Rewa, while same at Raipur, Bhubaneshwar and Pune are under process. R&D efforts are being fortified to make sure that Flyash is utilised in new ways. NTPC has placed order for 3 rakes of BTAP wagons for bulk ash transportation of fly ash from its power stations to user industry as part of its ash utilisation plan, the statement said.

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