As a responsible corporate citizen, RSMML accords
equal importance to ecological and social sectors. The company is
concerned about not only the economic bottom-line reflected by the
impressive performance on all quarters and higher profitability but
also the benefits and impacts of our operations, processes and
products on the environment and the health and safety of our
employees and the community.
M/s National Safety
Council (NSC), Mumbai was engaged by the company to carry out the
safety audit of all the SBUs during the year 2005-06.
A Comprehensive energy
audit of all the units of the company has been carried out by
Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA).
RSMML has constructed a huge dam of 200 mcft.
fresh water storage capacity on Jhamari river, which has helped in
recharging the regional water table.
Extensive afforestation/planatation work is being
done in and around all mines.
The Industrial Beneficiation Plant is "Zero
discharge plant". The waste water is treated at acid water treatment
plant, resulting in an saving of about 1.5 million CuM of fresh
Regular monitoring and
control of different
environmental parameters i.e. air, water, dust, noise and heat etc.
Installation of dust extraction system at
crushing and screening plant and at Central Gypsum Grinding Unit,
The mined out area is being back filled
simultaneously to reclaim the land.
Sajjan Niwas Garden established in 1883 has been
adopted by RSMML and is being restored to its pristine glory.
Company has a safety
and health policy. Company follows statutory requirements as per
Mines Act 1952. Every year Safety week celebrated at different units
under the aegis of Director General of Mines Safety (DGMS).
A well equipped
vocational training center at Phosphate SBU caters to need of
various training regarding safety and occupational health for the