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Textile Ministry willing to consider ETP proposals

Our Correspondent

Madurai , July 25

THE Textile Ministry is willing to consider proposals from executing agencies for modernisation of effluent treatment plants (ETPs) under the Textile Centre Infrastructure Development Scheme (TCIDS) if forwarded by the State Government which is mandatory under the scheme, said the Deputy Director Chemical Processing, Mr Ram Ashrey Lal.

He was addressing a workshop on `Latest trends on technology upgradation fund scheme' held at Karur recently.

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