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National Award for “Excellence in Water Management”

CII – Soharabji Godrej Green Buisness Centre, Hyderabad

Our Approach… “ The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas of water management and conservation, but in escaping the old ones”

ENDURING VALUE THROUGH VALUES

Hindustan Zinc Limited Chanderiya Lead Zic Smelter 2008

Vision & Mission VISION
Be a world-class company, creating value, leveraging mineral resources and related core competencies

MISSION
Be a globally lowest cost zinc producer on a global scale , maintaining market leadership One million tonne Zinc-Lead metal capacity by 2010 Be innovative, customer oriented, and eco-friendly maximizing stake-holder value

Corporate Purpose
“Harnessing natural resources in harmony with nature to enhance economic well being and quality of life”

Core Values
Trustworthy, Entrepreneurial & Innovation, Concern for Environment, Respect and care for people, Passion to excel.

To be counted among Best Zinc People in the World

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Hydro Smelting Complex

Hydromet Route of Zinc Production

Effluent

Effluent Treatment

Disposal to Secure Land Fill Jarofix Pond Tank House

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Sustainable Development at CLZS

Sustainable Development at CLZS
Key factors for achieving Sustainable development 100% EOHS Compliance Aspire 10% reduction in water and Energy consumption every year Encourage to discover and innovate ideas for CDM Credits Find beneficial use of solid waste like Jarosite and Slag Accelerate social development initiatives around CLZS Operational excellence

Bottom-up Improvement Methodology
At least two improvement projects for all Green belt training for all (Six sigma) 5S at CLZS location Online Tracking System Management employee engagement and facilitation framework

Our Approach to Sustainable Development in Smelter
Adoption of 5 R waste management principles Adoption of sustainability framework by International Council of Mines & metals Benchmarking with World’s best in all operating parameters Focused environmental initiatives for effective water management, waste minimization and recycling, reducing air emissions, energy conservation and sustainable development drivers. Comprehensive GRI G3 guidline based online data management system to capture all Triple Bottom Lime dimensions Implementation of British Safety Council ‘s safety management system

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HSE policy at Company level as well as unit level HSE Committee at Company level HSE System is in place Qualified / specialized HSE Team Integrated Management System (ISO 9001. Frequent training programs for external environment. periodic mock drill. HAZOP Studies. ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001) HSE Business Plan Management information system (MIS) Training on HSE. Work permit. Training .comprising of Involvement of executives and contract labors like Water Stewards nominated for each Plant. Safety and Environment (HSE) System in place HSE is driven by its Policy and overseen by HSE Committee. 4 .an efficient tool to improve the KPIs by motivating employees. further report to Water Managers and Unit Head for Water Conservation activities Discussion of underlying factors behind the trends of HSE key performance indicators by top management during the monthly HSE review meetings.Our Implementation Methodology An integrated and structured approach -. steward Regular reviews with Management for a strong focus Elaborate MIS based on GRI Guidelines on key performance indicators is in place. pollution prevention and control HSE audits. HSE at CLZS Integrated Health. safety and health. The CEO usually takes feedback from Environment head and external faculty members who conduct the training program. supervised by the HR head.

truck mounted industrial vacuum cleaner. Occupational Health & Safety CERTIFICATE ISO 14001: 2004 Significant Environmental Initiatives Legally Compliant Organization CDM Project – First in Zinc Industry in the world (CER: 516.3 MW Waste Heat Recovery Boiler DCDA Tech. Integrated ETP with Storm Water Ponds having auto sampler. online pH and water level indicators & GSM network. with cesium based V2O5 catalyst at Acid Plants Tail Gas Treatment (TGT) Plant – based on Japanese Techn (Mescon) Cansolv Technology to concentrate lean & varying SO2 gas. Reverse Osmosis Plant – First & Biggest in Rajasthan Secured Landfill – First & Biggest in Rajasthan Jarofix Technology – First in Asia & 3rd in World Jarofix Disposal Area .Management Systems Excellence in Quality.090) 9. Rain Water Harvesting System 5 .First in Asia & 3rd in World Concrete road network. road sweeper & pressure jet road washing Dry Fog Dust Suppression System De-dusting and Ventilation Systems in each plant.4 MW and 4. Environment.

Mngt Cell & sophisticated laboratory.Significant Environmental Initiatives (Contd. Multi Parameter Analyser. We also publish quarterly magazine on HSE titled “Saath Saath” Posters on water conservation are displayed at various locations of the plant In-house intra net based web-site titled ‘Apna HSE Web Portal” Promotion of use of treated sewage water for lawns & plantation in respective households Rain water harvesting thereby recharging old bore wells at Township adopted 6 . Intranet based website on HSE. 08 in Colony as water conservation and capacity building initiative. Online AAQM Stations. Computerized Haz.) O&M towards EMS : Rs 17. Quarterly Magazine on HSE – Saath Saath. One week was fully dedicated and Declared as WATER WEEK from 5TH June to 11th June. Manifest and Water System.75 Cr) 25. Green Employee of the Month Scheme is in practice to recognize the efforts of plant personal towards Water Conservation Activities. O&M of SLF & Jarofix Sites by CPCB recognized agency.000 Jatropha plants during FY ’07-08 Full fledged Env..38 Crores (previous year Rs 10. monitoring & analysis. 19 Lead Auditors and 80 Internal Auditors Activities for awareness on water conservation in Plant We celebrate “World Environment Day” on June 5 every year CHANGE: Challenge for How to Acknowledge the Green Education was organized in May. 08 as One day awareness workshop on Water Conservation. Stack Analysers MoEF approved Agency for env.

Supervisors & Workers… 7 .Internal Training & Awareness Classroom Training to Contractors.

school children.Training / Display to Govt Officials.Consumption SBU wise recorded MONITORING MECHANISM •Recording shift wise consumption •Reporting in daily morning report •Immediate action on excess consumption & why-why analysis for same •Monthly review with SBU on consumption pattern & reduction possibility WATER CONSERVATION 8 . sarpanchs… WATER CONSERVATION HYDRO I CONSUMPTION CONTROL •Mapping the consumption points- WASTE CONTROL •Assessing quantity of effluent •Exploring the possibility of reuse/recycle •Within system without any treatment After ETP & RO treatment •Identifying key Measurement points•Installation of meters.

Monitoring and Review Systems Top Management (e. labors etc) (Implementation) Morning meetings and daily plant SAP generated MIS will show the variance analysis of Water consumption in the plant. DK Ghosh .\ Daily plant MIS is generated EXCEL and in SAP and is included in Daily Production Report. 9 . HSE Online software is in place to track the daily Environment operations and update Water consumption and other initiatives and drives status can be assessed through HSE Online. Each Water Stewards will tell in the morning meeting regarding the root causes and carry out the structured analysis to find out the reasons.g RKB. etc) (Review) Middle Management ( SBUs etc) (Reporting) Lower Management ( Shift in charge/ PAs) (Supervision) Contractor (Supervisors. Enclosed: Format of daily MIS and Daily Report also.

99 2007 – 08 1867670 17.02 19.2 11.Water Circuit Hydro I Raw water clarifier 3500-3000 m3 Water treatment 5500 m3 RO treated water 2000-2500 m3 Roaster & Acid 400 m3 DM plant 1500 m3 Regeneration ACF & PSF back wash Cooling Tower 2500 m3 Blow down L& P 600 m3 Mg Bleeding Cell house & Melting 500 m3 Anode & Cathod washing Pump seal cooling GCP area 250 m3 300 m3 300 m3 320 m3 ETP 400 m3 Specific Water Consumption Figures Year (Apr-Mar) Annual Water consumption Quantity (m3) Domestic (Lit/capita/ day) 19.72 10 .87 12.22 Specific Water Consumption m3 / MT Industrial Source Captive dam Captive dam Captive dam 2005 – 06 2006 – 07 1407000 1755000 21.

Mar) Quantity generated (m3) Quantity recycled (m3) Quantity discharged (m3) 2005 – 06 2006 – 07 74325 74325 0 62358 62358 0 2007 – 08 52928 52928 0 Revolutionary improvement…………………. Specific Water Consumption 25 20 m3/MT 15 10 5 0 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 12.Maintaining Zero Discharge… Pragmatically Year (Apr .99 11.72 21.09% decrease 10.04 11 .87 54.

26 8. Australia Hydro-1. CLZS Hobart. Australia :10. Newyork Hobart.26 Beyond the Benchmark 12 .Beyond Benchmarks/ Global Norms… Specific Water consumption (m3/MT) 15 10 m3/MT 5 0 14 10.18 Clarks ville.

Lakhs 25.08 5. 06 .. Lakhs 4. Made Rs.06 06 .07 Annual Water Savings M3 339190 29200 Rs.08 87600 6. Lakhs 2.08 pumps seal cooling water To CT as Make up water Recirculation of steam Condensate from Leaching & purification to CT as make up water RO treated water directly taken to Filter water storage tank.5 13 .08 27375 2.05 Nil Nil Contd.72 1.19 Invest. Lakhs 215 Nil Payback Period (Months) 55 Nil 3. 73000 5.73 Invest. 07 .57 0. 07 .63 Payback Period (Months) 21 Recirculation of vacuum 07 .47 3. reduced PSF backwash frequency Recirculation of Boiler blow down water to CT as Make up water 07 .43 2.07 27375 2. Made Rs.05 0. Title of Water Saving project implemented Year of Implementation Annual Water Savings M3 36500 Rs. Title of Water Saving project implemented ETP treated water to RO-I plant (88 m3/hr) Process optimization of DM plant operation to reduce regeneration by increasing the OBR Reduction in evaporation by optimization of CT fan operation according to the heat load Year of Implementation 05 . Sl No 4.Water Saving project implemented Sl No 1 2.20 1 7.46 8 6.

Made Payback Period (Months Nil 8. 154395 11.52 135 359.58 Nil 9 10.Sl No Title of Water Saving Year of project implemented Implementation Optimization of CT 07 . 11 Total 192720 901655 14.08 water circulation rate by switching on/off pump as & when require under six sigma project Optimization of COC at 07 .08 CT by chemical treatment & continuous monitoring under six sigma project Providing Level probe 07 – 08 in all CT to avoid overflow under six sigma project ETP treated water to RO-II plant (50 m3/hr) 07 .01 61 Innovative CASE STUDIES 14 .45 72.08 Annual Water Savings Invest.

D M A I C Reduction of Specific Water Consumption in Hydro -I D 0 1 Project & Business Synergy Who is the customer in your project? Hydro -I Conservation of Natural Resources What is the Customer CTQ? Establish CTQ Characteristics M 2 3 A 4 5 6 What is the Project CTQ? Reduction of Specific Water Consumption in Hydro-I I 7 8 9 C 10 11 12 15 .

A 4 5 6 Lateral Scope I 7 8 9 Water saving at each SBU’s at Hydro I C 10 11 12 16 .D 0 1 SIPOC SIPOC REDUCTION OF Water IN CELL HOUSE Conservation of MnO2 RO product Define a Project M 2 3 Raw water pond Water DM Plant Filter Water A 4 5 6 Raw water from Pyro DM Water Soft Water Roaster CPP L&P Cell House & M&C ETP I 7 8 9 C 10 11 12 Macro Level Process Map D 0 1 Project Scoping Longitudinal Scope It start from Raw Water Pond at DM Plant at Hydro-I and ends at ETP Define a Project M 2 3 Outside Scope Period when there is continuous heavy rains When any of SBU is not in operation on a particular day for more than 8 hrs.

& drift 2450 Cooling tower 2 3 0 0 Blow dow n= 250 1 1 0 0 Roaster Boiler Loses = 250 Eff 100 ETP To RO 1700 17 . Moist with cake 450 200 Effluent 550 1300 DM Plant Effluent= 150 400 Evap.D 0 1 Loss . A 4 5 6 Short Term ETP treatment cost will be high Water cess will be high Maintenance of zero discharge Lower effluent generation Sustainable growth Violation of zero discharge conditions During draught years continuity of operations may suffer I 7 8 9 Long Term Cost reduction Leaning & satisfaction of team members Better image within stakeholders C 10 11 12 Water balance of Zinc Smelter RO Product Treated Eff 100 1500 Water treatment Plant Filtered water = 4500 Concentrate Handling 100 Evap 1400 Condensate = Roaster 200 150 Leaching & Cell Gas cleaning 1800 750 house.Gain Matrix Gains Loss M 2 3 Reduced water Consumption. Acid plant 800 Soft water plant.

CONV. 60 CONV BALL MILL CALCINE D 0 1 Operational Definition M 2 3 A 4 5 6 What To Measure: water consumption in M3/MT of Cathode Produced on daily basis How to Measure: Water consumption will be measured by referring flow meter in the line of raw water coming from raw water tank at Pyro and at line bringing recycled water from RO plant. Cathode production for the day will be taken from daily production report.As-is Micro-Level Process Map ROASTER PLANT FLOW CHART Concentrate from RMH TABLE FEEDER Direct water injection Max 3000 Lit/hr DAY BIN EX. I 7 8 9 C 10 11 12 18 . BELT SLINGER Feed machine GAS FURNACE DM water U/F GCP GAS HGP GAS CYCLONES GAS WHRB Pressure 42 bar Cooling water from CT5 DRUM COOLER Again Return to CT5 CALCINE CALCINE CALCINE CALCINE ROTARY VALVE ROTARY VALVE 220 CONV BCC HRZ.

Use of Filter Water for washing Horizontal Belt Filters. Increased Circulation Increased Evaporation Losses Disposal of Low Density Jarofix Water Leakages condensate draining from L&P pump seal water to drain mal operation of HBF failure of valve & NRV flange leakages High speed of HBF drift losses from CT Higher flow of jarofix plant CT Overflow High Water Consumption Water addition in system to maintain reqd parameter Bus bar cooling at CH Less recycling of treated effluent B/D & PMI T.OFE Charge preparation Operation.G is Not Running Increase in turbidity Increase in silica Increased frequency in backwash/regeneration Bad quality raw water from dam Excess Use Of Water Steam Venting Root Cause Analysis for Increased Water Consumption 19 . Overflow of Cooling Towers. Cell House Operation. Evaporation Losses. Wastage of Steam Condensate. Increased CT Inlet Temp. Root Cause Analysis: Cooling Tower Operation Scaling & Chocking in HEX. Leaching Operation. Drift Losses Maintenance of COC. Cooling Towers Operation.

May Water Cons.28 S = 2. comparison of water consumption april & may 07after modification at HBF washing lines..421 2.83 79.46 7.0 18.83 10.05% Individual 95% CIs For Mean Based on Pooled StDev Level N Mean StDev --+---------+---------+---------+------April Water Cons 9 19.BF cloth washing stopped by using Filter Water.. 26 24 22 20 Data 18 16 14 12 10 April Water Cons. One-way ANOVA: April Water Cons.005 Error 18 138.317 (---------*---------) May Water Cons. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Causes of High Water Consumption Over Flow of Cooling Towers Excessive Drift Losses Excessive Evaporation Losses Operation of Cooling Towers at reduced COC Excessive use of Raw Water Use of Raw Water for Lime Preparation for Magnesium removal Use of Filter Water for HBF Cloth washing Use of Filter water for clarifier Make up Excessive use of Water for HBF Cake Washing Wastage of condensate in L& P C 10 11 12 Water Consumption and Stoppage of Use of Filter water for HBF Cloth Cleaning: Boxplot of April Water Cons.D 0 1 Generation of X’s M 2 3 A 4 5 6 I 7 8 9 Sl.0 20.773 R-Sq = 36.No.245 (--------*--------) --+---------+---------+---------+------14.0 20 .38 0.0 16. Source DF SS MS F P Factor 1 79.437 3.57% R-Sq(adj) = 33. May Water Cons. May Water Cons.69 Total 19 218. 11 15.

282 1.365 1.98 4.069 R-Sq = 19.000 Error 71 137. 391 R-Sq = 21. 94 Tot al 72 175. m3/MT Cathode BL Water . Boxplot of Water Before Level Prob.46 S = 2. Cons.88% R-Sq(adj) = 20.Base Line vs Improved Performance: Boxplot of water cons. Water after Level Prob Source DF SS MS F P Factor 1 26.63% Level N Mean StDev Water Before Lev 17 15.Effect of Introduction of Level Probes in Cooling Towers on Water Consumption.416 2.6 12 10 Water Before Level Prob Water after Level Prob .47 6.28 20 18 Data 16 14 Total 26 133.2 14.786 1. M3/MT Improved 18 17 16 15 Data 14 13 12 11 10 9 water cons.00 14. m3/MT Cathode BL.471 (-------*------) --------+---------+---------+ ---------+ 13. 42 1.47 26.19 0. m3/M 46 14. Cons.70 15.49 38.842 Individual 95% CIs For Mean Based on Pooled StDev +---------+---------+---------+--------(-------*--------) (----------*-----------) Level Water Before Lev Water after Leve +---------+---------+---------+--------12. Water after Level Prob 22 One-way ANOVA: Water Before Level Prob.89 0. M3 27 13.78% Individua l 95% CIs For Me an Ba sed on Poole d StDe v Level N Me an St Dev --------+ ---------+---------+---------+ wa ter cons.4 15. M3/MT Improved One-way ANO VA: wate r cons.020 Error 25 106. 91 S = 1. 49 19.84% R-Sq(adj) = 16.343 (-----*-----) Wa ter . Water .30 14. M3/MT Improved Source DF SS MS F P Factor 1 38.0 13. Cons. m3/MT Ca thode BL.186 Water after Leve 10 13.40 21 . Cons. W ate r .

To have Level Probs in Deepak Jain Optimization of Level Hitesh Probs in Cooling Cooling Tower Hot/Cold Well Arora Towers Collection of Condensate Repositioning of Cleaning Nozzles & Removal of certain Nozzles minimal spary of water for cooling of bus bars Steam Condensate was transferred to Cooling tower # 2 Stopped use of Filter Water for HBF Cloth Cleaning 4 2 6 48 Increased Increased Water Circulation Rate Consumption Cooling Tower Operation Increased Drift Increased Water Losses Consumption 4 Increased evopration losses 9 Accounting of No.Singh Sheeba 3 2 6 36 Cell House Operation 3 6 Visual Inspection 6 108 DK Ahir Minimal spray 3 2 6 36 D 0 1 List of X’s Chosen for Screening Identify Variation Sources M 2 3 Sl. Replacement of agency was engaged to Damaged Loovers. No. of pumps Pumps. use of filter Increased Water water for cooling Consumption of bus bars 3 6 Visual Inspection 7 126 Amit Wali 3 2 7 42 3 7 Valve Control 6 126 A.Ensured Cooling Tower Operation at >7 Operation of Cooling Deepak Jain COC Tower at High COC 2. regular frequency and Deepak Jain 2. Increased Frequency of Analysis As an when possible Judicious operation of Deepak Jain reduced No. of Circulation Pumps 7 252 4 5 7 140 3 Spillage of water 8 Visual Inspection 7 168 3 4 7 84 Water Wastage Increased Water Consumption 4 Spillage of water Draining of Steam Condensate in to Drain Increased Consumption of Filter Water Increased Consumption of Filter Water 8 Visual Inspection 7 224 4 4 4 64 Excessive Increased Water consumption of Consumption Steam Leaching Operation Excessive Consumption of Increased Water Consumption water for HBF Cloth Cleaning.e TDS in circulation water to TDS in Make Up water is to be maintained >7 A 4 5 6 X1 COC X2 Water Level Probe Probes at all the CT’s were optimized I 7 8 9 X3 Stoppage of Use of Filter Water for HBF washing Filter water use at HBF cake washing as well as at cloth washing reduced and replaced with recycled water. in operation.K. Name of ‘X’ Description of ‘X’ Cycle of concentration i.FMEA: FMEA Table Process / Product Potential Failure Characteristic Mode(s) s Charge Prepration Potential Effect(s) of Failure Sev (S) Potential Cause(s) of Failure Occ (O) Current Design Controls Increase in Moisture % of Concentrate Det (D) RPN Recommended Action(s) Responsibili ty & Target Completion Date Actions Taken New Sev (SN) New Occ (ON) FMEA water conservation New Det (DN) New RPN (RPNN) Excessive Use of Increased Water Water Consumption 3 Use of Fresh Water 6 7 126 Switch over to Recycle Roaster water SBU Head Stopped Using Raw Water and replaced it with Recycled water 3 2 7 42 Operation of Increased Water Cooling Tower Consumption at Low COC 4 Increased Make Up 8 Periodical Analysis 6 192 1. Cooling Towers Top 1. attend the cooling towers loovers etc. C 10 11 12 22 .Increase frequency of Nozzles were cleaned at Nozzle Cleaning.

57 Sept.25 PT 13. No.D 0 1 List of X’s Chosen for Screening Identify Variation Sources M 2 3 Sl.07 13.75 June.07 SST PT Base Line August.07 Oct.07 11. Now shifted to CT1 & 2 for reduction in makeup water. C 10 11 12 Water Saving & Financial Impact in terms of Monthly Saving:- Water Consumption M3/MT of Cathode Water Conservation Water Consumpt Month ion M3/MT of Cathode Base Line 14.83 August.82 Oct.07 11.07 July .79 SST 14.07 800000 700000 Financial Saving 600000 500000 400000 300000 200000 100000 0 141762 273023 432400 748007 570289 715241 752124 Month 23 .07 12.65 Financial Savings (Rs) Financial Savings (Rs) Linear (Water Consumption M3/MT of Cathode) 16 Water M3/MT of Cathode 15 14 13 12 11 10 June.07 11.05 July. Schedule has been made and being followed for cleaning of nozzles at all CT’s A 4 5 6 X4 X5 Frequent Cleaning of Cooling Tower Nozzles I 7 8 9 X6 Optimization of Cooling Tower Circulation Circulation rate of CT pumps are optimized based on requirement at end use. Name of ‘X’ Transfer of Condensate to Cooling Tower Description of ‘X’ Condensate tanks line earlier connected with CT3.07 Sept.

2 > < 13. The extracted steam is used in leaching and the condensate is used back in the boiler. recovered from Roaster in the boiler.0 > A 4 5 6 I 7 8 9 Mean Baseline SST Target Achieved C 10 11 12 Waste Heat Recovery Boiler.75 > < 12.79> < 14. TO CONDENSER TURBI NE GENERATOR IF LOAD > 5.5 tns/hr and 40 bar pressure is used to generate 9.4 MW power.STEAM TO LEACHING (20 TO 30 TONNS) DEAERATOR 24 .4 MW NO YES EXTN.Case study-2 STEAM FROM WHRB The waste heat.D 0 1 Process Improvement: Define Performance Goals M 2 3 < 14. in the form of steam is transferred to STG where steam of qty 51.

Waste Flue Gas from Zinc Roaster has been used for generating high pressure steam in a waste heat recovery boiler (WHRB).609 5.090 10 51. Estimated CO2e Years 2006 – 07 2007 – 08 2008 – 09 2009 – 10 2010 – 11 2011 – 12 2012 – 13 2013 – 14 2014 – 15 2015 – 16 Total estimated reductions (tonnes of CO2e) Total number of crediting years Annual average over the crediting period of estimated reductions (tonnes of CO2e) Annual estimation of emission reductions in tonnes of CO2e 51.609 51.16.609 51.4 MW The technology for the boilers and turbines is well established and available in India.609 51.609 51.Waste Heat 1.609 25 .609 51. High pressure steam from WHRB has been used for generating electricity in a 9. 2.609 51.4 MW back pressure turbine.609 51.609 51.609 51. Waste heat recovery boiler Type : Back Pressure & Forced Circulation type Steam output : 55 tonnes per hour Steam pressure : 45 kg/cm2 Steam temperature : 400 0C Steam turbine Capacity : 9.

2 million units per annum) and hence would result in CO2 emission reduction of 5.16.090 tonnes of CO2.Certified Emission Reductions The project activity would be generating around 702 million units of electricity over a period of 10 years (@ 70. Case Study – 3 Reuse of Pump Seal Water CT DCS Reading Seal Water Sump Seal Water Sump Seal Water Sump 26 .

which do not require total treatment and may join other effluent in 2nd Stage of treatment i.Way Forward……….. Separation of Hydro-1 and Pyro effluent at ETP-2 for easy treatment and improved treated water quality Achieving 100% recycling of effluent by treating RO Rejects Control at Source for metal coming in to the effluent Recovery of Acid and Zinc from Hydro Effluent going to ETP Recovery of non-metal bearing effluent. RO Reject Treatment Plant 3 D – TRASAR technology for CT operation Improve the run off collection in Gosunda .catchments area CLZS-“PARTNER IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT” CLZSDEVELOPMENT” 27 .e directly to RO.

Social Mobilization & Infrastructural Development Bio Investment – Water harvesting.Social forestry All operating locations will incorporate CSR activities as an integral part of their business plan and have an appropriate organization to implement the same. We regularly communicate with all our stakeholders on the progress and performance on social management. Livelihood.We grow together.79 % Families belong to Below Poverty Line Udaipur ZM ZM ZM ZM ZM ZM Chittorgarh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Gujarat Gujarat Gujarat Gujarat • Covering 152 Villages including 59 Model Villages Dungarpur Bansw ara V ZS V ZS V ZS V ZS V ZS V ZS AP • 45 Member strong CSR team including Professionals and Subject matter specialists 28 . Environment conservation. We will measure and report progress as per social accounting systems and encourage third party reviews for effective delivery and measurable impact. we believe in sustainable development and are committed to raise the quality of life and social well-being of the communities where we operate. Government bodies and other volunteer organization in pursuit of our mission. OUR REACH RAJASTHAN A jmer Tonk Pali Raj Samund Bhilw ara Sirohi RDM RDM RDM RDM RDM ZSD ZSD ZSD ZSD ZSD ZSD CLZS CLZS CLZS CLZS CLZS RAM RAM RAM RAM RAM RAM Jaipur • Impacting the lives of more than half million people (inclusive of High Impact Projects) Bundi Kota • 61.Support of Key Communities HUMBLE SMART HUNGRY At HZL/CLZS. We will be open to working with like minded associates. we will be guided by following: Our community development initiatives will be prioritized based on local needs. Broad areas of focus will be Social Investment – Health. agriculture and animal husbandry. Education. Towards this.

attendance. Public Private Partnership Project with State Government. HZL & Sterlite Foundation MODEL VILLAGE 59 Villages will be covered in Three phases (2003-2011) Phase II – 20 Villages (2005-08) Phase III – 27 Villages (2008-11) LIVELIHOOD PROJECT 2500 Un-Employed Rural Youth to be imparted skill based training Project will be implemented in joint collaboration with Rajasthan Mission on Livelihood and District Administration LEAD PROJECT ( Literacy for Empowerment And Development) • • 5 villages will be covered in Chittorgarh District under Public Private Partnership All the villages will be declared 100% literate in one year 29 . • Chittorgarh probably is the only district comprehensively covered under centralised kitchen Mid-day meal scheme.000 children.000 students. Udaipur & Bhilwara districts. retention and nutrition status in primary school going children Status • Eight high tech central kitchens. • Project will cover More than 100.four Districts of Rajasthan Targeted 40. Schools .HI-TECH KITCHEN (MID-DAY MEAL) Objective To improve the enrolment. over 2000 schools in Chittorgarh. • Overall school attendance has improved 90% and girls attendance by 70% KEY PROJECTS COMPUTER EDUCATION PROGRAMME MOU signed with GOR 1000 Computers in 200 Govt.

Govt of India FICCI SEDF CSR Award 2007 TERI CSR Award 2007 FIMI Social Awareness Award 2008 Reader’s Digest Pegasus CS Award 2008 State Bhamashah Award for Education from Govt of Rajasthan for 2006. & Env.2007. Singapore Golden Peacock 2007 Eco. They recommended us to graduate from these villages in one year time frame.2008 State Population Stabilization (Family Planning) award from Govt of Rajasthan 2008 Certificate of excellence for CSR from District Administration Chittorgarh 2008. We have taken up 16 Model Villages in phased manner and under Phase 1 & 2. Awards and Recognitions # 1 Name of Award or Rating or Certification American Express Corporate Award – Best Nonferrous Industry in India 9th Annual European Process Excellence Award Golden Peacock Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance ICWA for Excellence in Cost Management Name of Awarding / Rating / Certifying Organisation Dun & Bradstreet Year 2007 Relates to Dimension(s)* Economic 2 International Quality & Productivity Centre. 8 villages were audited. Charlton Media Group. 6 Golden Peacock Award for Health & Safety CII-GBC National Award in Water Management Safety Gold Award 2007 Environment 7 CII-GBC. UK 2007 Environment 9 10 11 12 International Safety Award ISTD Training Award TERI CSR Award FIMI Social Awareness Award British Safety Council. New Delhi (ORG) in 2008 which independently evaluated the project around our operations.External Accolades and Audits Independent Social Audit Our Model Village Development Project was externally assessed by Operations Research Group. London Golden Peacock 2008 Economic 3 2007 Economic 4 Institute of Cost & Works Accountant 2007 Operational Excellence 5 Asian Power Plant of the Year Award Asian Power. UK ISTD The Energy and Resources Institute Federation of Indian Mineral Industry 2006 2007 2007 2006-07 Environment Human Resource Social Social 30 . It concluded that 70% population have been brought above poverty line along access to basic amenities including sustainable livelihood options and education. Hyderabad 2007 Environment 8 Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents. External Accolades Village Literacy and Computer Education Project awarded with Satyen Maitri National Literacy Award 2007 from National Literacy Mission.

THANK YOU “At the end of the day.it is what we know” 31 . the essence of CLZS is not what we do .