PROJECT REPORT

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Introduction: -

Shree Durga Plastics has been promoted by Mr. Akhilesh Kumar to set up Plastic Scrap Recycling Plant at Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal. This project will come up at Fullbari, near Fullbari Cannal, P.S. Bhaktinagar, and District Jalpaiguri on a land measuring 14 Kathas, which is nearly 8 km away from the town Siliguri. Considering the importance of recycling of plastic scraps with regard to environment we have decided to come up with this project to recycle the waste plastic scraps in North Bengal Region. Trade license, NOC from West Bengal Pollution Control Board and other legal formalities are in process and will be completed very soon. The Residential Address of the Proprietor is located at Uttorayon – The New Township UTC-030304 Efficiency and Comfort Complex, Matigara, Siliguri- 734428, West Bengal, India. Name of the Unit Status Factory Address : : : SHREE DURGA PLASTICS Proprietorship Concern Fullbari, Near Fullbari Cannal, P.S. Bhaktinagar and District Jalpaiguri

2. Promoter & his back ground: Shree Durga Plastics is a Proprietorship Concern. Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, son of Badri Prasad, is the Proprietor of the concern and belongs from a business family, having wide business experiences. Mr. Kumar has been dealing in plastic scrap since 5 years at Salbari Bazar, P.O.Sukna and has vast knowledge of the Scrap business. Considering the growing importance of the town Siliguri in the entire North Eastern State Mr. Kumar has decided to start his project at Siliguri Region.

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Main features of the project: -

Recycling is the process of turning one products useful part into a new product; this is done to conserve on the consumption of resources, energy and space used in landfills. Recycling is a very environmentally green activity; By recycling 1 plastic bottle not only saves anywhere from 100 to 1000 years in the landfill but also saves the environment from the emissions in producing new bottles as well as the oil used to produce that bottle.

every city has their own standards of plastic acceptance. . toys. recycling bins. I t is the misunderstanding of these arrows that contribute to plastic lagging far behind other recyclable materials. LDPE Low density polyethylene Plastic bags. fencing. non-food bottles. Taking the responsibility of the consumer use is the only means of avoiding plastics in the landfill. PVC / V High density polyethylene Pipe. PS Polystyrene Coffee cups.For every1 ton of plastic that is recycled we save the equivalent of 2 people’s energy use for 1 year. industrial fibres. PP Polypropylene Auto parts. there are 7 classifications for plastic. Unfortunately not all codes are accepted in all recycling centers. HDPE High density polyethylene Bottles. OTHER Other Plastics Various. Before being recycled the plastic is sorted by a Plastic Identification Code and number. dispensing bottles. soft drink bottles. containers. video cassettes. These classifications are used world wide along with the arrowed triangle. plastic carrier bags. Most plastic products come with a code on the bottom. this code determines if and how this product can be recycled. Recycling Co de &Symbols Abbreviation Name of Polymer Common Uses of Recycled Product PET / PETE Polyethylene terephthalate Polyester fibres. the amount of water used by 1 person in 2 month’s time and almost 2000 pounds of oil. Plastics can be recycled and turned into many items from clothing to lumber.

Improvement of the total infrastructure. During the last 15 years the town Siliguri has experienced a spectacular development and this process of development is still under progress. For the same this unit will come up with a semi. Fullbari. Mizoram and Nagaland). Basically Siliguri is the nerve center of entire North Eastern Zone. several industrial development centre. There are some misconceptions of plastic recycling. Even in the house and offices people tends to use more plastic materials which can be recycled later on. Meghalaya. a Central Bus Terminus. Actually the town of Siliguri is the gateway of the Seven North Eastern States (Assam. is just 8 K. several bypasses and under passes.automated factory for recycling of waste plastic scraps to tap the virgin market of North Eastern States and North Bengal. Mr. Plastic containers gathered curbside is recycled into plastic containers again.The environmental benefits of recycling plastics include fewer toxins and less waste. 4. Nowadays the people are more conscious than before and use products which are more environment friendly and which can be recycled later after use. water supply system. Conversion of Siliguri Municipality to the Municipal Corporation and establishment of the Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Authority (SJDA) have accelerated this development process in the region for betterment of the social and industrial infrastructure facilities. Siliguri and its Growing importance:After a long survey of the market and availability of industrial facilities. a modern auditorium (Dinabandhu Mancha). several big housing projects etc have increased the importance of the Siliguri Town. . The knowledge of plastics being recycled has increased the usage of plastics while the curbside pick up has not increased to match resulting in more plastics reaching the landfill. The main concern is to make the environment free from pollution. The use of plastic containers produces less energy use. Now Siliguri is the nerve center of entire North Eastern Zone. using reusable containers will conserve energy. banks. Railway over bridge. almost all the major companies. the recycling and production of disposable plastics uses as much energy as that of producing glass containers that can be reused. construction of three bridges on the river Mahananda. Sikkim. the place of proposed factory unit.M away from Siliguri Town. drainage systems. Tripura. The environmental benefits of recycling plastics include fewer toxins and less waste of energy. Akhilesh Kumar has chosen Siliguri to start its new project of Recycling plastic scraps. Arunachal Pradesh. industries have opened their branches in this town and with in the last decades it is converted into one of the fast developing city of India. Kingdom of Nepal and Bhutan and called as capital of North Eastern States. a stadium (Kanchanjungha Krirangan). many of the containers are actually turned into un-recyclable products such as textiles and plastic lumber. Manipur. As a result of the recent thrust for promotion of the town Siliguri.

. A plant having capacity of 1000 kg per day recycled plastic granules will be installed. Generally all the plastic scraps get accumulated here from different parts of the north Bengal region. All labors are locally available and cheapest in comparison the other parts of India. Market: As per experts. LDPE Granules. Water. Transport Facilities: Siliguri is well connected by Air. 7. . demand of labour will not be much higher. Other requirements are all available in the Siliguri Market. and other various plastic items. Rail and Road to all the major cities of India. . consumption of plastic material has tremendously increased in this region. However as the plat is semi. 9. PP Granules. HDPE Blow granules. The main product of the unit is Plastic Granules (chips) of different varieties i. HDPE Blow Granules.automated. PET Granules. Raw Materials: Major raw materials required for this unit are: i) ii) Plastic Scraps which will be purchased locally are available in reasonable price at required quantity and without difficulty. The Machinery is Semi. Siliguri is well connected by roads with the entire north Bengal region and has become the nerve centre of entire north Bengal region. We deal in various plastic items like PET Granules. The unit will run in two shifts.automated which will work with the aid of power and labour simultaneously. HDPE Granules. LDPE Granules. Products and Capacity thereof: The main product of this unit is the Plastic Recycled Granules (chips) which are produced by recycling plastic scraps. PP Granules. HDPE Granules. Etc. for washing the plastic granules will be taken out from the bore well. Labour: Adequate number of semi skilled and unskilled labors will be deployed in the unit. 8.5. Thereafter these plastic scraps are recycled here and after recycling it is dispatched to the manufacturer of plastic products to get the new end product. 6.e.

HDPE. Thereafter grinding process starts where different types of sorted plastic scraps are grinded into small granules/ chips. etc. Initially this unit will purchase plastic scraps of different types and then the sorting process starts where the plastics are sorted manually according to the description i.e. Then the plastic granules/chips are packed in gunny bags of 100 kg approx and are ready for dispatch. Manufacturing Process: - Recycling of plastic scrap involves basically grinding. Then the washing process starts where plastic granules are washed completely to remove dirt and at last it is dried. LDPE. A semi-automated plant will be installed for the same. The total process can be described in the flow chart as below:Flow Chart Plastic Collection Manual Sorting Grinding/Chipping Washing Drying Sorted. washing.10. and each of them are kept separately for further processing. PP. clean plastic Granules . PET. and drying activity.

Details of the land is as follows:J. 19.Akhilesh Kumar is the Son of Sri Badri Prasad and Sri Badri Prasad has no objection to utilize the said land by Akhilesh Kumar for the business purpose. 358(R. No: Police Station Area Plot No: Khatian No: Mouza: District 03 Bhaktinagar 14 Kathas 1044(L.25.00 Rs.000. in Jalpaiguri District In the name of Sri Badri Prasad.00 Details of Cost: Land (Annexure – I) : This project will come up on a land measuring 14 Kathas located at Fullbari. 6. 19.00 Land (Annexure . Shed TOTAL Rs.60.60. P.000. Cost of project and means of finance: Owned Rs.00.60.00 Rs. 90. 8.00 Rs.00 Rs.R) Binnagur i Jalpaiguri Factory Shed (Annexure – II): Factory Building cum Godown Boundary Wall .00 .11.000.000. 5. Mr. near Fullbari Cannal.S) 2205(L. L.00 Rs.000.00 Rs.35.00 Rs.000.000.50. Bhaktinagar.50.60. 2.50.000. 5.000.000. 11.R).00 Rs.1. 2.000.S.I) Factory Shed (Annexure II) Plant & Machinery (Annexure .III) Margin Money of Working Capital TOTAL To be financed by: Bank Loan( Cash Credit) Bank Loan (Term Loan) Own Contribution (Capital) TOTAL Rs.

Time Schedule of the Project Implementation:- The various activities such as construction of Factory building.00 20.Start of Construction Oct’ 2012 Factory Shed. Land Acquired Plan & Permissions Oct' 2012 Arrangement of Finance Sept -Oct'2012 Factory Shed . 55.Completion of Construction Nov’ 2012 Installations of Plants & Machinery Nov’2012 Electrical Connection Nov'2012 Start of Commercial Production Dec’2012 .000.000.60. are to be done for implementing the scheme in the following order.00 Rs Rs. erection of machinery.00 Rs. recruitment of staff etc.00 12.50.0000. availing loan from bank.00 Rs.000.30. 2. 5.000.00 Rs1.05.Plant and Machinery (Annexure. 1. electrification.000.III): Washing Machine (10 HP Motor) 18” Grinder Machine (20HP) Knife Grinder Machine ( 1 HP) Grinder Machine Tools & Fittings Electrical Connection & Fittings TOTAL Rs.

Selling Price of these plastic granules (chips) is estimated to be between Rs. plastic scraps are purchased from local market at a range of Rs. LDPE Granules will be sold at a range of Rs.. Processing cost per kg of plastic granules is estimated to be around Rs. PET. PET Granules at a range of Rs. Capacity utilization rate has been estimated at 55% in the first year. 2. This is considered to be very competitive.e.30-55 per kg.  Income Tax: Income tax liabilities have been calculated considering the prevailing Rules of Income Tax Act. In addition of plastic scrap it needs water for cleaning the plastic granules. 70% in the second year. recycled plastic granules per Day.. PP. Raw material i.e.  Depreciation: Depreciation has been calculated at the rate as prescribed in the Income Tax Act. Capacity Utilization: The unit is having processing capacity of 1000 Kg. 85% in the third year and then 90% from fourth year onwards respectively. etc. We have considered one shift having 8 hours per shift to find out the capacity of the plants. Consumables. from the trends received from the last there will not be any adverse changes in the rule in the near future.50-55 per kg. plastic scraps are easily available through out the year and are not expected to be in short supply in the coming year.  Raw Materials. stores and Provisions: Major raw material of these products is mainly plastic scraps. HDPE Blow.45-55 per kg. PP Granules at a range of Rs.20-32 per kg. HDPE Blow at a range of Rs. Generally the raw materials i. .35-40 per kg.FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS 1. Profitability Estimates:  Earnings: This unit will produce plastic granules (chips) of different types i..e. LDPE.7 (approx). 30-35 per kg. However.