MSTI opens vehicle scraping and recycling unit in Noida: 200-minute process explained

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MSTI opens vehicle scraping and recycling unit in Noida: 200-minute process explained – EV & Moto

MSTI opens vehicle scraping and recycling unit in Noida: 200-minute process explained

The capacity of the newly opened MSTI scraping and recycling plant is 2,000 units per month or 24,000 units per annum.

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Hon’ble Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari today inaugurated the government approved ELV (End-of-Life Vehicle) scraping and recycling unit of Maruti Suzuki Toyotsu India Private Limited (MSTI) in Noida. His Excellency Satoshi Suzuki, Ambassador Extraordinary and Embassies of Plenipotentiary, Japan, India were also present on the occasion. With the aim of promoting integrated, transparent and environmentally friendly disposal of end-of-life vehicles (ELVs), the new 10,993 sq m facility has finally started operations. The unit has the capacity to scrap and recycle more than 24,000 ELVs annually at a cost of Rs. Built with an investment of over Rs 44 crore.

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The facility uses state-of-the-art and technologically advanced machines to scientifically dismantle and scrap the ELV and all the equipment used here is manufactured in India. MSTI says it adheres to globally recognized quality and environmental standards and includes complete solid and liquid waste management that ensures zero discharge of liquids and gases from ELVs. This feature offers a high percentage of scrap recovery, which is 95 percent to be exact.

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The main USPs of the facility include eco-friendly and safe scraping and recycling of ELVs, zero discharge of oil and AC gas in ground or air and scanning of radioactive material. The facility has a total of 12 stations and most of them are responsible for removing certain parts and components from the ELV in a stage wise manner. The whole process takes about 200 minutes for a car after which the body shell is finally compressed into a 60 cm x 60 cm x 60 cm metal cube (length may vary depending on the model of the car).

During the inauguration of the new facility, Nitin Gadkari said that the government aims to have three to four such scrapping centers in each district and hence, new jobs should be created in them. Gadkari also said that Rs. An investment of over Rs 10,000 crore is expected. The Minister further said that the annual turnover of the Indian automotive sector is Rs. 7.5 lakh crore and over the next five years it will be Rs. The target is to reach Rs 15 lakh crore. India aims to achieve net-zero emissions by 2070 and Gadkari says the scrapage policy is definitely one of the solutions.

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