Our Vision

To make BEIL & Its Group a world class Hazardous Waste Management Company

which aims for a clean, green and healthy environment by providing reliable, economical, waste management solutions for treatment of Toxic / Non-toxic Industrial, Municipal, Bio-Medical and E-Waste to minimize collected waste for disposal in a scientifically safe engineered way.

About ‘BEIL’ and its group companies

Promoted by Industries in Bharuch District with major shareholding by Tatva Global Environment Private Limited (known as ‘Tatva’ group), the Co mpany promoted by the Directors of UPL Limited (UPL), a 1.2 billion USD turnover Company.

Commenced its business in 1997.

BEIL has partnered with some of the world’s leading organizations to develop technology that helps for handling, treatment and disposal of waste in scientific manner.

Our exceptional capability in building state of the art various environmental management projects as per International standards and good engineering practice stand us apart in the business.

BEIL Facts

Total quantity of Hazardous waste collected and disposed is 3.8 Million MT at CHWTSDF.

Total quantity of Hazardous Waste incinerated is 2,70,000 MT at CHWTSDF.

Total quantity of Industrial effluent treated is 14 Million Liters Per Day In CETPs at Ankleshwar and Baddi (HP).

Hazardous Waste ManagementTotal liner installation works carried out at landfills are 2.1 Million Sq.m Worldwide.

Completed EIA studies of more than 200 Projects in India

key business areas

Hazardous Waste (HW) Management (HW Collection and Transportation, Treatment, Storage and Disposal)

Industrial Effluent Treatment Plants/ Common Effluent Treatment Plant

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Management (collection, transportation, treatment and disposal(Landfilling) of the waste)

Construction and Demolition waste management

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Package/mobile plants for treatment of solid and wastewater

WEEE management | Biomedical waste | Incineration plants

Environmental Monitoring and Auditing

Providing Design, Engineering, DPR preparation and PMC for waste management projects

Waste to Energy (including re-processing and co-processing)

Services

Hazardous Waste Management

Municipal Waste Management

E-Waste Recycling Know More

Environment Impact Assessment (EIA)

Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP)

Environmental Monitoring and Auditing

Bio-Gas Plant

Bio Medical Waste Management

Waste to Energy

Environment Consultancy Services

MoEF and NABL approved Laboratory

Plastic Waste Recycling

Facility

CHWTSDF site at Ankleshwar, Gujarat (India)

BEIL has set up and operate Common Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage and Disposal facility (CHWTSDF) at Ankleshwar (Guj), India since 1997 on Build, Own and Operate (BOO) basis.
Facility is able to Handle liquid HW, solid HW, and semi solid HW. First hazardous waste management facility in India to be certified under ISO 14001-2004 and OHSAS 18001 – 2007, amongst few elite facilities in the world to have been awarded this certification.
Presently having 1129 member industries for secured landfill facility and 500 members for common incineration system.

Facilities:
- Secured landfill with Liner system
- Common Incineration facility (2 units – each of Capacity 6.5 Million K cal/hr, Total Capacity – 2.5 MT/hr)
- MEE (with Heat recovery system) for treatment of Hazardous Wastes
- NABL accredited and MoEF approved lab for testing of HW samples and environmental monitoring.

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Outside Assignments

Conducted studies on Inventorization of Persistent Organic Chemicals in India-under UNIDO Project through Ministry of Environment & Forests and ITRC Lucknow. Study is jointly conducted by BEIL/Confederation of Indian Industry and Associated Environmental Engineers Ltd. Report is well appreciated by UNIDO and MOEF.

Constructed captive landfill for Lupin Ltd, Mandideep, Madhya Pradesh.

Developing a TSDF site for Kanpur Nagar Nigam under Ganga Action Plan Phase II.

Developed a TSDF site for HIL, Udyogamandal, Kerala.

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