SECL transforms mining scrap into Art

In an innovative move, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd (SECL), a subsidiary of Coal India, has embarked on a special campaign called 'Scrap to Sculpture'. Under this initiative, SECL's Jamuna Kotma Area in Madhya Pradesh's Anuppur district is creatively repurposing scrap materials from coal mines into artistic sculptures.

 

The coal ministry released a statement highlighting the project's aim to transform discarded mining materials into a display of imaginative artworks. A dedicated public park, named Bankim Vihar in Jamuna Kotma Area, has been established to exhibit these unique sculptures crafted from reclaimed scrap.

 

The government's current special campaign, running from October 2nd to 31st, is centered around 'swachhata' (cleanliness) and expediting processes in government offices. One significant aspect of this drive is the responsible disposal of scrap materials.

 

It's worth noting that Coal India remains the leading contributor to India's domestic coal production, accounting for over 80 percent of the total output

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