Community Relations

Local and Environmental Responsibility The success of PTA depends on its ability to develop and operate mining operations and this success is intrinsically linked to the social and physical environment and to the company‚Äôs employees. PTA mining company is therefore wholly committed to supporting the rights and cultures of local indigenous communities and also to the safety, health and development of its staff. Corporate Governance PTA follows a standard code…

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Health, Safety and Security Measures

Health Facilities : Health is one of the main basic service indicators, which need to be studied so as to know the quality of life in the area. But the villages have no medical facilities. Only a trained village level medical personnel (locally know as NM) visits the villages once in a month and distributes some free medicines. Near by BIM-SAIL-Hospital is available for all. There is a Govt. Hospital…

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Afforestation

A. Compensatory Aforestation over 45.585 Ha. has been undertaken for by State Forest Deptt. B. Aforestation in Safety Zone and OB Dump in 4.647 Ha. C. Avenue Plantation 1.00 Km in Bonai and Outside Lease in Village Raikela & Dengula. D. Survival Rate is good. E. Maintenance of Nursery within Lease Area. F. Total 57250 nos of seedling planted. G. Maintenance of garden in front of Mines Office. Out of…

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Mining Process

Geographical Mining Methodology : EXPLORATION (Pitting/trenching/drilling) Three quarries namely Tantra quarry , Raikela quarry and Raikela west have been developed in northern and southern side of the lease area. The details of the quarries have been outlined. Benches of these quarries exposes iron ore, laterite and shale. In addition to these, Bore Hole= 33 Nos, Trail Pit=19 Nos. and Trench= 6 Nos. done for details of Exploration. This Year Detail…

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Environment Safety

Anticipated Environmental Impacts & Safety Measures Land Environment Safety Measures : The Lease area comprises of 48.632 Ha. of Forest Land & 0.740 Ha of non-forest land. Forest Land comprises of 7.936Ha of Khesra Forest land & 40.696Ha of DLC Forest land. Forestry Clearance (Stage-II) has already granted for diversion of forest land for 45.585 Ha. (Excluding safety zone of 3.047 Ha. from the total forest land of 48.632) vide…

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