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Ahmedabad

Volume : III

Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­

On a Growth Trajectory

Apr-Jun'10

Sponsored by:

SIDBI- EDI Project for

Implementing Business Development Services (BDS) in Dyes & Chemicals (including Packaging Material) Cluster at Ahmedabad

PROJECT TEAM

SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA

Bipin Shah Hemant Agarkar Saumil Dave Riken Shah

Dear Readers, This is the second year of the project and we are pleased at the response, we are receiving from the stakeholders such as; entrepreneurs involved in the dyes and chemical industries, BDS and concerned industry associations. The first year of our efforts to sensitize the stakeholders has yielded good results. This year we have planned hardcore activities, such as establishment of PTP (Primary treatment plant), Formation of a SPV (Special purpose Vehicle), Energy audits and its implementation, Cleaner production techniques and its implementation. The SPV will enable members in raw material purchase and also help in marketing. A timely intervention by Institute's efforts to bring together the BDS and MSME units have led a way to the evolution of equipments for reducing the hazardous levels of effluent, thus fulfilling the legal and social obligations. These equipments are cost effective and affordable to the MSMEs. We expect the BMO's to take up from here and disseminate information to the stake holders. The activities to follow are finding out a possibility of creating a CFC for research and development and carry out critical tests for the dyes manufacturing units. EDI have also planned visits of entrepreneurs at both, domestic and international levelsl, in association with the BMO's to explore marketing of local products. Hope is the best medicine for all ailments.

Implemented by:

Bipin Shah Team Leader & Sr. Faculty-EDI

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Ahmedabad Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­ On a Growth Trajectory

Common Testing Facilities ­ Common Laboratory

A visit to Vapi ­ Centre of Excellence

Under this project, EDI is planning to set-up Common Testing Facility-A common laboratory for dyes & chemicals at Ahmedabad. As proposed by Mr. Kirit Patel, President, Vatwa Industries Association (VIA), a visit to Vapi Center of Excellence has been planned to get an idea about setting up similar facilities for the dyes and chemicals industry entrepreneurs at Ahmedabad. Hence EDI team and Mr.S Venkatramanan, Sr. Consultant from Foundation for MSME Clusters (FMC),visited Centre of ExcellenceVapi.Mr. Shyam Devadiga, CEO provided all the information and suggested to avoid duplication of testing facilities at Gujarat. The centre has state of the art laboratory instruments such as; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer (NMR), Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer (GCMS), Particle size analyser and Gas Chromatograph (GC). The common testing facility of Vapi may be useful in matters related to effluent analysis. The facility is not useful for online process study as this is cumbersome and will not be useful to MSME units. It was therefore decided that a joint decision of EDI and industry associations will be taken very soon for setting up of Common Testing Facility at Ahmedabad.

Formation of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)

EDI conducted the Diagnostic Study of the Dyes and Chemicals Cluster, Ahmedabad in May 09, SPV emerged as one of the important requirement of the stake holders in MSME units. The basic purpose of setting up of SPV is to enhance competitiveness of the smaller units of the cluster. EDI had conducted a series of meetings of i n t e r e s t e d entrepreneurs during May-June, 2010.During the m e e t i n g s , discussions were held about the formation of SPV for common marketing & raw material purchase. 25 members have given their consent to form SPV. A core committee comprising of 3 persons among these 25 members who will work on completing legal formalities. The members have decided to form SPV under section 25 Act and in the first phase, they will start with "common purchase "as their main function. As a result of this positive thinking of about 25 MSME units, the SPV will be introduced very soon. EDI has appointed Ms. Anita Joshi, a Company Secretary, to undertake the assignment and lead to the finalization of the registration process.

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Ahmedabad Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­ On a Growth Trajectory

Setting up of Primary Treatment Plant(PTP) in the cluster:

As part of the project it was decided to set up demonstration PTP at one of the member's unit and a proactive entrepreneur of the cluster with an objective to extend awareness about pollution control in the industry. EDI has planned to upgrade the existing PTP of M/s. Avani Dye Chem Pvt. Ltd. M/s. Avani Dye Chem Pvt Ltd is engaged in manufacture of Reactive Turquoise Blue, Blue15, Blue 21, etc. The unit generates acid and wash waters. The acid is being used for gypsum manufacturing; whereas wash water is treated in the existing PTP. While carrying out this activity, it has been ensured that the unit fulfills norms laid down by Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP). This will become a benchmark PTP and other units in the cluster, after reviewing the system may follow the suit in their treatment system. EDI had appointed Mr. Tarak Parikh, EPMPL, a BDS provider from environment field and given the task to monitor that this unit will achieve CETP norms. Process was carried out in two phases: First, treatability s t u d y o n wastewaters and second, actual implementation as per the reportMr. Tarak Parikh, Filter Nutch installed in tank under PTP upgradation at EPMPL had taken Avani Dye-Chem Pvt. Ltd. samples of the PTP effluent, analysed in laboratory and presented treatability implemented and now they are able to study report. The treatability report fulfil the CETP inlet discharge highlighted wastewaters emanating norms. from various streams i.e. their characteristics, methods used for After this intervention unit's sludge treatability, the results obtained on handling problem and storage of combined and composite wastewater sludge has been solved. Also unit has streams. As per the suggestions in made a system for collection of all report, unit has accepted the changes wastewaters from different and the same has been successfully applications to single storage tank.

Forthcoming Programmes:

(1) (2) (3) Energy Audit in more MSME units. CP studies in more MSME units. A training programme for entrepreneurs of MSMEs on importance of workers health and safety-The objective is to improve management skill and change in mindset and as a result improvement in working of the unit. This is planned in August. A training programme for supervisory personnel of MSMEs on health and safety issues related to production-The objective is to improve productivity and quality. This is planned in Sept10. (5) A workshop for bankers and Financial Institutions is planned in January 11 with a view to improve credit flow to MSMEs and greater interaction among bankers and also to identify new financial products. (6) An awareness programme on registering professional & MSMEs in online database is also planned during the FY. An awareness programme on various govt. schemes is also planned during the FY. on are the the

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Programmes 1-5 are based participatory mode. Those who interested in attending any of programmes, you may contact Cluster Manager.

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Ensuring Cleaner Production (CP) in the cluster:

Prof Vipul Shah and team presented their observations under CP study at 3 units.

EDI consultant suggested change in alignment of pulley and motor of Ball Mill at Prince Industries.

CP is a preventive strategy that aims to reduce pollution at source. Any unit involved in this industry can achieve CP provided it is properly aware about the advantages. CP is a methodical and structured approach. In this study, the consultancy fee is subsidized by SIDBI. Till date, CP studies have been started in following companies: M/s. Vidhi Industries, M/s. Mahak Industries, M/s. Shreeji Industries, M/s. Prince Industries, M/s.Chemclone Industries, and M/s. Nand

Chemicals. Some more units are also identified and work will start soon for them. EDI has already identified following CP consultants:- Prof Vipul Shah, Vipul Shah & Associates- Mr. Samir Choksi, Ramans Consultancy Pvt Ltd- National Productivity Council- Mr. Snehal Satyapanthi, Vasudev Associates

Prof Vipul Shah has involved students from Nirma University for CP study in his team. This will help to introduce new BDS providers in CP field. At Vidhi Industry, Prof Vipul Shah and Nirma Uni. team is working on column distillation to remove Nitro Benzene from solvent. This change will save up to 30 % power in Ball Mill. There are so many areas for waste & cost reduction through CP exercise in these industries.

CP IS ALL ABOUT COMMON SENSE, ATTITUDE & COMMITMENT

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Ahmedabad Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­ On a Growth Trajectory

Energy Conservation Studies in the Cluster:

Energy audit parameters measurement thru Power Analyser at M/s. Swati Tex Dyes Ltd, Naroda.

Energy audit at M/s. Shah Industries, Naroda is under progress.

Energy audit will help the unit in identifying the possibility of energy conservation and its impact on the overall production cost. It is yet another flagship activity undertaken by EDI under the project. There is a potential of energy savings in the units involved in the dyes and chemicals clusters. Many units are quite old and needs energy efficient devices which will help the unit in bringing down its energy bill. Till now 12 units have been already identified for the purpose of this audit. 3 studies have been completed for the following units: (1) Shah Industries, Naroda (2) Ramdoot Enterprise, Naroda (3) Swati Tex Dyes Ltd, Naroda The studies have revealed that in these 3 units, the energy saving potential is to the tune of Rs.12.6 lacs

per annum which is 20% of their total energy bill. EDI had already identified 3 GEDA approved energy auditors for the audits: (1) M/s. A G Mehta Consultancy Services (2) NIFA Electronics Pvt. Ltd. (3) Comtech Engineers and Consultants. EDI have suggested for an implantation schedule in phase-wise manner. Initially to start with low investment suggestions will be implemented and then going onwards with further investments to reach full benefits of energy savings. The approach of all the entrepreneurs is encouraging and is ready for the energy saving measures.

Power and Harmonic Analyzer for detailed energy audit. It measures active, reactive and apparent powers, true RMS voltages, currents, line frequency, The data can be stored and analyzed thru computer software.

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Exposure Visit of Bhadohi (UP) ClusterMembers

A 4 member delegation from Bhadohi Cluster had visited the Ahmedabad Dyes/ Chemicals cluster on 01st April 2010. The main objective of this was to have an interaction with the Naroda Assocaition members and find out possibility of Intercluster linkage with Ahmedabad Dyes/ Chemicals Cluster. They interacted with Mr. Ravjibhai Patel, Past President, Naroda Industries Association and visited 2 other units: M/s. Super Industries and M/s. Om Chemicals and explored the possibilities of buying their requirements from Ahmedabad Cluster. They also had a fruitful discussions and visit at Naroda Enviro Projects Ltd (NEPL).Apart from this the delegation met Mr. Dharmendra Gor, Director of Gadhia Solar Energy Systems Pvt. ltd. to find out the possibilities of solar equipments in Bhadohi carpet cluster for processing and dyeing of carpets.The visit was fruitful and the delegation had gone with positive inputs from the cluster.

News Round-Up

In order to increase the competitiveness of BDS, two BDS providers-Mr. Anand Chik from A R International and Mr. Joy Dsouza from A M Consultancy have been send for a 10 day residential workshop on: International Trade-European Union". This is organised by IndoGerman Chamber of Commerce at Mumbai between 14-25th June. These BDS will be helpful in our cluster in future. EDI Team leader along with the cluster team called on Mr. K C Bhanoo, GM, SIDBI-Ahmedabad on 14/06/2010 for a regular brief up upon the activities held till date and the forth coming activities planned under this project.

Business Development Service (BDS) Providers Directory:

A BDS Directory has been published and made available in hard copy format as well as on the project website: www.ahmedabaddyechembds.com/B DS-Dir.asp which gives information o n p r i v a t e B D S a n d www.ahmedabaddyechembds.com/In sDirCat.asp which gives information on Public Institutions. The directory is classified into categories like: Energy Consultants, Environment Consultants, Equipment Suppliers, Export-import Consultants, Finance and Accounts Consultants, Patenttrademarks-Legal services, Quality Certification, Testing and Calibration Services, Technology/Production Consultants, Training and Management Consultants. Under each category the BDS consultants are listed with information like Company Name, contact person, address, telephone, fax, mobile, e-mail, website (clickable website of concerned BDS) and type of broad services offered. We hope that this service will be of immense help to the BDS providers on one hand and the entrepreneurs of dyes and chemical cluster on the other hand. At present the listing contains more than 133 BDS providers locally. This is also being updated with registration of new BDS providers.

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Ahmedabad Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­ On a Growth Trajectory

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Ahmedabad Dyes & Chemicals Industry ­ On a Growth Trajectory

Green Industrial Buildings

India is witnessing tremendous growth in infrastructure and construction development. As the sector is growing rapidly, preserving the environment poses a host of challenges. To enable the construction industry to be environmentally sensitive, CII Sohrabji Godrej Green Business centre has established the Indian Green Building Council. Benefits of green factory Building: Green factory Building can have tremendous benefits, both tangible and intangible. The most tangible benefit are reduction in energy and water consumption right form day of occupancy. The energy savings could range from 30-40% and water saving around 20-30%. Intangible benefits of green factory include enhanced indoor air quality, good day lighting, health, well-being & safety of the workmen. IGBC Green factory building address both new and existing factory building. The existing factory building should address the following measures (illustration) before applying for certification. § erosion control measures in Soil future. § Change in design to accommodate requirement of differently abled people, like able access to lifts, rest rooms etc. § Change to low flow water fixture. § Rainwater harvesting § Have policy to use of green materials in future. § Maintain fresh air ventilation. § Comfort conditions § eco-friendly house keeping Use materials. § Limit turf areas § Energy Audits and conservation IGBC Green factory Building rating address green features under the following categories, § selection and planning Site § Water conservation § Energy conservation § Material conservation § Indoor environment quality occupational health. § Innovation and design process. IGBC Green factory building certification levels: Certification Level Certified Silver Gold Platinum National Benefits : § Reduction in power demand by factory building Points 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-100

By: Dr Alpesh G Mehta C. Eng. (I), MIE, MICA Consulting Engineer & Management consultant email: [email protected]

§ Reduction in GHG emissions, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project § Reduction in potable water consumption § Increase of green cover in new factory premises, thereby reducing heat island effect. § Recharge of aquifers with storm water § Enhanced Indoor air quality leading to at least 1% productivity gains.

For, more information Contact : Indian Green Building Council C/o Confederation of Indain industriy CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Building Centre Servey no 64, Kothagude Post, Nr. Kothaguda Cross roads, RR district, Hyderabad ­ 500084 Email : [email protected] , Web : www.igbc.in Ref: IGBC, Abridged Ref. Guide, July 2009.

For Private Circulation only: For Feedback/Enquiries, Contact: Mr. Saumil R Dave, Cluster Manager Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India P.O. Bhat - 382 428, Dist. Gandhinagar, Gujarat Tel.: 079-23969159, 23969161, 23969163 Fax : 079-23969164 E-mail : [email protected] Website : www.ahmedabaddyechembds.com

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