Rama Pulp & Paper Ltd is planning to set up a fertilizer unit in Wahegaon village in Paithan Tehsil in Aurangabad in Maharashtra. The project involves setting up of manufacturing facilities to produce LABSA, Single Super Phosphate, diluted Sulphuric Acid 80% with an investment of Rs. 340 million.
Maharashtra government is planning to set up a customized fertilizer plant in Ahmednagar with an investment of Rs. 500 million. This will be a pilot project and on gauging its success more such projects will be implemented in the state. The government has appointed Maharashtra Agro Industries Development Corp as lead manager to implement the project on public-private partnership basis.
Deepak Fertilizers and Petrochemicals Corp is setting up Bentonite-Sulphur-Pastilles unit at Taloja in Raigarh district of Maharashtra with an installed capacity of 50000 tpa. The land required for the project is around 4.7 acres with an investment of Rs. 400 million. Manufacturing process will involve mixing of molten Sulphur and Bentonite clay and will be passed through a special pastillator machine to make pastilles which will be cooled and packed into bags for sale as a fertilizer. . Insoluble or suspended solids will be separated by decantation and clear liquid will be sent to CETP for further treatment. 90% of which will be recycled back into the process and remaining will be sold as fertilizer to authorized customers.
Deepak Fertilizers & Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd.
Plot ?32, Sector-16, Opp. Modern College
Vashi, New Mumbai ? 400705