Navrattan Group Pioneers Green Cement Revolution with Rs 500 Crore Investment

India's Construction Sector to Get a Sustainable Boost with Clinkerless Cement Production reports Surfaces Reporter (SR)

In a significant move towards sustainability, the Navrattan Group has entered the cement industry with a substantial investment of Rs 500 crore. This strategic foray comes at a time when India's construction sector is experiencing rapid growth, driving up demand for eco-friendly building materials. 

The group's maiden green cement manufacturing facility, set to be operational in Mumbai by the end of this year, will have an initial production capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum. This facility will produce a range of innovative products, including green crete, wall care, white crete, high-performance crete, mortar, plaster, and grouts. Notably, all products from this plant will be clinkerless, a significant departure from traditional cement production methods that rely heavily on clinker, a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

The company plans to expand its production capacity to two million metric tonnes in the second phase, which is slated to begin two years after the first phase of operations commences. This expansion will further solidify Navrattan Group's commitment to reducing the carbon footprint of India's construction sector. 

The use of Navrattan's special organic binder, combined with pózzlonic materials and industrial disposals like steel slag and fly ash, marks a significant shift towards more environmentally friendly cement production practices.


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