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A green cement with a promise to keep

The Hindu Business Line | 12 Jun 2022

In conversation with The Hindu Business Line, Dr Soumen Maity, Chief Technical Officer, TARA & Vice President, Development Alternatives points out that "While LC3 reduces greenhouse gas emissions from the cement industry, it also helps in utilisation of waste materials, thereby promoting resource efficiency of materials.”


Development Alternatives hosts trialogue 2047 to discuss decarbonising

Construction Week | 06 Jul 2022

Development Alternatives hosted the 24th "trialogue 2047" to highlight the urgent need to decarbonise the cement industry, which is considered one of the biggest contributors to environmental pollution.


National Geographic to showcase 10 environmental changemakers from acr

The Indian Express | 06 Jul 2022

Varsha Raikar, RJ with DA's community radio station - Radio Bundelkhand (FM 90.4) was felicitated by National Geographic for being a 'Changemaker' who helped make the world a better place. She was awarded at the launch of 'One For Change' organised by National Geographic in Mumbai on 19 April.


Govt not to permit new brick kilns: Minister

Times of India | 06 Jul 2022

Speaking at a workshop on ‘Utilization of fly ash notification issued by the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change’, organized by the Bihar State Pollution Control Board in collaboration with Development Alternatives, Dr Soumen Maity said, “about 7500 brick kilns were there in the state, which comes third in carbon emission only after those of transport and thermal power plants. There are 500 manufacturing units based on fly ash in the state and about 2000 new units may be established if the state gets proper supply of fly ash.”


Investment promotion event ‘Advantage Angul’ concludes

The New Indian Express | 06 Jul 2022

The Angul district administration, Odisha signed MoUs with Development Alternatives and IIT Kanpur Group at the event ‘Advantage Angul’ to develop a circular economy roadmap.

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