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NRL ties up with IITG for bio-degradable plastics

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GUWAHATI, Sept 14 - The Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) has joined hands with the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati (IITG) to develop bio-degradable plastics from oil and bio-refinery streams.

An R&D project with a financial involvement of Rs 4 crore has been identified as the first project to be taken up at the �NRL Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Materials� to be set up in IITG.

A MoU was signed between NRL and IITG for establishing NRL Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Materials (NCESM) today.

The MoU was signed between Senior CGM (Corporate Affairs), NRL, Nikunja Borthakur and Director IITG Prof Dr TG Sitharam in the presence of Dean (R&D), IITG Prof Gopal Das and other officials from NRL and IITG.

The MoU shall be applicable for a period of five years.

The NCESM will facilitate further research activities in development of sustainable materials from oil and bio-refinery streams, which is in sync with NRL�s Environment Management Policy. Further, specific R&D projects will be sponsored by the NRL under this MoU for which project-specific memorandum of agreements (MoAs) will be signed separately. NRL employees will be actively engaged in the R&D projects under NCESM.

�This collaboration is expected to boost industry-academia interaction for enhancing engineering and technological competence through R&D activities and would address challenges faced by industries like NRL,� an NRL spokesman said.

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NRL ties up with IITG for bio-degradable plastics

GUWAHATI, Sept 14 - The Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) has joined hands with the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati (IITG) to develop bio-degradable plastics from oil and bio-refinery streams.

An R&D project with a financial involvement of Rs 4 crore has been identified as the first project to be taken up at the �NRL Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Materials� to be set up in IITG.

A MoU was signed between NRL and IITG for establishing NRL Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Materials (NCESM) today.

The MoU was signed between Senior CGM (Corporate Affairs), NRL, Nikunja Borthakur and Director IITG Prof Dr TG Sitharam in the presence of Dean (R&D), IITG Prof Gopal Das and other officials from NRL and IITG.

The MoU shall be applicable for a period of five years.

The NCESM will facilitate further research activities in development of sustainable materials from oil and bio-refinery streams, which is in sync with NRL�s Environment Management Policy. Further, specific R&D projects will be sponsored by the NRL under this MoU for which project-specific memorandum of agreements (MoAs) will be signed separately. NRL employees will be actively engaged in the R&D projects under NCESM.

�This collaboration is expected to boost industry-academia interaction for enhancing engineering and technological competence through R&D activities and would address challenges faced by industries like NRL,� an NRL spokesman said.

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