In Odisha, a subsidiary of Coal India builds an eco-park and a coal museum.

As part of a bigger strategy to establish environmentally friendly and sustainable mining techniques, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), a subsidiary of Coal India, has established an Eco-Park and constructed a Coal Museum.
The CPSE, which reports to the Ministry of Coal, is working to embrace cleaner and more effective mining techniques while also attempting to boost the nation’s coal production.
Along the Jharsuguda-Raigad National Highway 49, the Chandrashekhar Azad Eco-Park has been built in the village of Gandghora. The park features a children’s playgrounds and a coal cafe in addition to its gorgeous green surroundings. After renovating coal mine No. 4, which stopped producing in 2017, MCL came up with the plan.

This news is written by Ms. Amrita Singh, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.


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