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Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure (BEIL) (part of Tatva)

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1 April 2009

Response by Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure (BEIL) (part of Tatva): "Too hot to handle?" – Article says firms mishandling toxic industrial waste.

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Article
25 March 2009

[DOC] Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure Ltd. Statement re Down to Earth articles

Author: BEIL

The guidelines for the storage were not clear earlier but for your information today all the new godowns of BEIL are State of Art with fire hydrants, water sprinkles, warning alerts & enough space for fork lift truck between the storage drums.......

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Article
28 February 2009

Too hot to handle [India]

Author: Down to Earth [India]

A fire at Ankleshwar...in...Gujarat on April 3 last year...burnt 250 tonnes of toxic industrial waste at the treatment, storage and disposal facility or TSDF...Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure Ltd (BEIL)...Prompted by the accident, the Central Pollution...

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Article
28 February 2009

Where is the punishment? [India]

Author: Down to Earth [India]

The factory inspector of the Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation in Ankleshwar has filed 13 cases against BEIL under the Factories Act, 1948...If convicted...BEIL will have to reverse the damage it caused.

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Article
28 May 2007

Disposing Bhopal waste "child's play" -Indian firm [India]

Author: Rupam Jain Nair, Reuters

[Bharuch Environ Infrastructure Limited (BEIL)]…[said] it would dispose of hazardous waste left over from the world's worst industrial disaster in Bhopal by burning it, sparking environmental concerns…"Disposing the controversial Union Carbide waste...

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