Amalgam Biotech, A division of Amalgam Engineering have been honored with the Aqua Foundations Excellence Award 2017 under the category of Environmentally sound management of toxic chemicals Industrial sector.
The award was presented at a ceremony held during an International conference, XI World Aqua Congress 2017 at New Delhi(India Habitat Centre) on November 9.
The “Aqua Excellence Awards” are the highest awards given by Aqua Foundation to its members, stakeholders and contributors in recognition of their outstanding achievements in the field of water, environment, energy, earth sciences, atmospheric sciences, planetary sciences, pollution control and sustainability solution.
Amalgam Biotech got this award because of its revolutionary product “Bacta Cult” Bio-culture with Super Bugs Bacteria for removing Water pollution. It is used in Industries for Effluent treatment plant, residential colonies for Sewage treatment plant, Polluted lake & river cleaning.
Amalgam Biotech, a division of Amalgam Engineering, has been honoured with the MCCIA Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards 2018(Hari Malini Joshi Award) for developing a new product, design or prototype or for import substitute item.
The Hari Malini Joshi award for New Product Design and Innovation is one of the most prestigious awards in India which was started in 1946 by MCCIA.
Amalgam Biotech received this award because of its revolutionary product “Bacta Cult” – a bio-culture with superbugs bacteria to remove water pollution. It is used in the industries for Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs), residential colonies for Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs), polluted lakes and in river cleaning.
Amalgam has developed 16 new products of Bacta Cult to cater different problems for treating waste water biologically. They have also developed products for different waste water like Textile, Pulp & Paper, Dairy, Lake etc. They have received order to supply product to clean 200 MLD of drain flowing in river Ganga under Namami Gange Project.
Federation of Indian Export Organisations(FIEO) is a trade promotion organisation in India, jointly established in 1965 by the Ministry of Commerce of the Government of India and private trade and industry. The organisation is responsible for representing and assisting Indian entrepreneurs and exporters in foreign markets.
MCCIA is one of the few Chambers of Commerce established before independence at a time when industrial activity was yet to take off. MCCIA has been playing a significant role in accelerating the industrial and economic development of Pune region for
more than eight decades now. It is a Chamber of the Entrepreneurs and by the Entrepreneurs. It has been responsive to changing times, needs and requirements of the Entrepreneurs. It is one of the most active chambers of Commerce in India and has been instrumental in promoting number of institutions in Pune. MCCIA has continuously driven to make Pune a global business destination and has been a catalyst for economic development of the region. MCCIA embodies Pune’s entrepreneurial spirit. It is instrumental in giving strategic suggestions and advocating Industrial Policies.
It is this foresight, fierce commitment to Pune's industrial growth and solutions-oriented approach that has been the hallmark of MCCIA through its 84 years of existence. MCCIA's genesis lay in the recognition by visionaries like A.R. Bhat, W.G. Kale, Dhananjayrao Gadgil, N.C. Kelkar, J.S. Karandikar, Dhondumama Sathe, Rambhau Abyankar, Shreedharpant Apte, B.V. Gharpure that Maharashtra's progress depended on the growth of business and industry. This group of remarkable individuals came together and established Mahratta Chamber of Commerce and Industries (MCCI) on 16 th March 1934 . The driving spirit of this initiative was Late Shri A.R. Bhat, propelled by the desire to see many more Marathi people engaged in business, trade and industry. Mr. Bhat was a journalist and an economist and was the General Manager of the famous Marathi newspaper 'Kesari'. Thus the first office of the MCCI was established in 'Kesari' premises.
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