First Carbon Capture by Tata Steel

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18 September 2021 Current Affairs:Tata Steel has commissioned the first carbon capture plant of India that extracts CO2 at once from the blast furnace gas, at its Works of Jamshedpur. By this achievement, Tata Steel has come to be the country’s first steel corporation to adopt such a carbon seize technology. The CCU (Carbon Capture and Utilization) plant was inaugurated by T.V. Narendran (CEO and MD of Tata Steel) in the presence of employer officers and different dignitaries.

Highlights:
♦ The plant can seize 5 tonnes of CO2 per day (5-tonne per day (TPD)). The agency will reuse the captured CO2 on-site in order to promote a circular carbon economy.
♦ The CCU facility uses amine-based technological know-how and makes the captured carbon available for onsite reuse.
♦ The depleted CO2 gasoline is sent lower back to the fuel network with multiplied calorific value. This task has been performed with technological aid from Carbon Clean, a global leader in low cost CO2 capture technology.
 

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