Hyderabad/Mumbai, January 22, 2016 : The Managing Director and CEO of Metropolis Healthcare Ltd – Ms. Ameera Shah has added two more prestigious honors to her long list of awards and achievements. She has bagged the coveted ‘Corporate Champion Award’ at recently held conference presided over by U.S. Ambassador to India, Richard Verma.

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Investments are pouring into Telangana with many industrialists are coming forward to invest in the state on knowing its industrial policy which is hassle and corruption free. The state has a single window policy as it does not drive entrepreneurs to knock door of several departments for approval.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao handed over phase-2 TS-IPASS letters of approval to 19 units (list enclosed). The units will come-up in Rangareddy, Mahaboobnagar, Medak and Warangal districts with a total investment of Rs. 1087.37 Crores and would provide employment for 5321 persons.

The units include among others Pharmaceutical formulations, manufacture of helicopter cabin kits, steel and iron alloy castings, footwear accessories and cell phones. One Spanish Company CHEMO which is a global Pharma company has also received approval letter today. CMDs, CEOs, Chairmen etc. of these units received approval letters from the Honourable Chief Minister.

While handing over approval letters the CM interacted with each and every recipient and enquired details of their units. CM also had a group photograph with all of them. He told them to get in touch with CMO chasing cell in-charge and additional principal secretary to CM Smt. Shanti Kumari if they encounter any problem.

It may be recalled that while releasing the Industrial Policy CM promised that all clearances to the investors will be given within 10 days of their applications. Accordingly phase-1 of the approval letters were given last month on 23rd and these are phase-2 approval letters.

 

A Japanese Delegation led by Yasuo Takamatsu from Takuma CO., LTD, which in an energy and environment company along with Masaya Kawamoto of Takuma and Yasuo Kano of CBM CO., Ltd. Japan and Venkat Gandhi director of Synoverge, Japan, called on Jupally Krishna Rao, Minister for Industries, Textiles, Sugar and Handlooms.

They explained Takuma is one of the oldest established Broiler Companies with expertise to end solid waste. They are specialist in converting waste from industries, municipal etc to energy and disposal converted to fly ash which is only 5% of the total waste that can be used in construction and road lying.

It is the No. One company in incineration and has presence in Europe and Asia. It need not have a place for dumping and can be constructed in the middle of the city and has almost zero percentage of pollution emission; they have developed means to reduce the release of dioxins and helped a viable technology which is applied to waste incineration throughout Japan to this day.

They have 353 MSW incineration plants throughout Japan. They work on Takuma’s original grate technology. A plant of 1000 tonnes waste management costs around 150-200 million dollars.

They have requested the government to help to set up the plant by the government or as a joint venture and informed that it would take around 2-2 1/2 years to construct the plant and get it operational. The Minister was impressed and felt that it would be of great help given the present scenario of garbage disposal and felt that this would help in Swacch Telangana and would bring down the pollution levels and also the stink that emanates from it as this Japanese model does not emanate smell.

He spoke to TS Genco officials and Municipal Administration authorities and put them on to the concerned officials for further action and felt that this partnership would help in enhancing Brand Telangana and also achieve lower pollution levels both in Municipalities and Industries. (July 3, 2015)

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