The newspaper Times of India reports that Tata Chemicals has received a shutdown notice by India's Central Pollution Control Board on March 11, to shut down its fertilizer plant in Haldia for violating liquid waste discharge rules.
Tata Chemicals recently opened its state-of-the-art Innovation Centre in Pune. This center will act as the company's technology and innovation hub to support Tata Chemical’s growth in various sectors such as wellness foods, agriculture, chemistry solutions, the company states.
Celebrating 75 years of presence, Tata Chemicals has made its mark globally by being a pioneering force in developing products to meet the changing customer demands. True to its motto ‘Serving Society through Science’, it has touched the lives of millions by offering them Living, Industrial and Farm Essentials (LIFE).
Tata Chemicals goes Platinum: The company bags the "Sustainable Plus" award – a corporate sustainability label by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) – in the Platinum category. Mukundan, Managing Director of Tata Chemicals (TCL) believes that there is still much room for development...
Tata Chemicals and E.on Energy have been permitted to build an energy from waste (EfW) plant at Lostock in Northwich. The plant will be built and operated by EEW which already operates 19 EfW plants in Europe.
According to Tata Chemicals, demand for fertilizers like Diammonium Phosphate (DAP) and Muriate of Potash (MoP) in India is expected to fall by 15-20 percent in current year. Company officials mentioned that the reason for lower demand is caused by as a weak rupee and lower government subsidy push up prices.