HZL Partners with VEXL for Waste-to-Resource Pilot Project
WATER & WASTE

HZL Partners with VEXL for Waste-to-Resource Pilot Project

Hindustan Zinc Ltd (HZL), a subsidiary of the Vedanta group, has taken a significant step towards sustainable waste management with its recent collaboration with Bhopal-based VEXL Environ Projects. The partnership aims to establish a pilot project focused on converting waste products into usable resources, aligning with HZL's waste management strategy of reducing, recycling, reusing, and reclaiming.

In an official statement released on Friday, HZL announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VEXL Environ Projects to set up a pilot plant for pioneering sustainable solutions through waste utilization and wealth creation. This move underscores HZL's commitment to fostering a circular economy, where waste is transformed into a valuable resource.

The pilot project will primarily focus on leveraging waste products such as jarosite and jarofix, which are generated during the zinc extraction process, for productive applications at the pilot plant. Through this innovative partnership, HZL aims to unlock the true value hidden within its waste streams, thereby contributing to a greener and more sustainable tomorrow.

Commenting on the collaboration, Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra expressed optimism about the venture's potential impact. This innovative partnership allows us to unlock the true value hidden within our waste streams, transforming them into valuable resources for a greener tomorrow, said Misra.

The partnership between HZL and VEXL Environ Projects represents a significant milestone in the journey towards sustainable waste management and underscores the importance of collaborative efforts in addressing environmental challenges. As both companies strive to pioneer innovative solutions, their joint initiative holds promise for driving positive change and promoting a more sustainable future.

Hindustan Zinc Ltd (HZL), a subsidiary of the Vedanta group, has taken a significant step towards sustainable waste management with its recent collaboration with Bhopal-based VEXL Environ Projects. The partnership aims to establish a pilot project focused on converting waste products into usable resources, aligning with HZL's waste management strategy of reducing, recycling, reusing, and reclaiming. In an official statement released on Friday, HZL announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VEXL Environ Projects to set up a pilot plant for pioneering sustainable solutions through waste utilization and wealth creation. This move underscores HZL's commitment to fostering a circular economy, where waste is transformed into a valuable resource. The pilot project will primarily focus on leveraging waste products such as jarosite and jarofix, which are generated during the zinc extraction process, for productive applications at the pilot plant. Through this innovative partnership, HZL aims to unlock the true value hidden within its waste streams, thereby contributing to a greener and more sustainable tomorrow. Commenting on the collaboration, Hindustan Zinc CEO Arun Misra expressed optimism about the venture's potential impact. This innovative partnership allows us to unlock the true value hidden within our waste streams, transforming them into valuable resources for a greener tomorrow, said Misra. The partnership between HZL and VEXL Environ Projects represents a significant milestone in the journey towards sustainable waste management and underscores the importance of collaborative efforts in addressing environmental challenges. As both companies strive to pioneer innovative solutions, their joint initiative holds promise for driving positive change and promoting a more sustainable future.

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