|Project Submission No.||S00501|
|Project Title||Emission Reduction Due to Production of Aluminium Alloys through Recycling and Transfer in Liquid Form.|
|Project Owner (as per PSF & LOA)||CMR Green Technologies Limited|
Focal Point of Project Owners*(FP)
|Email of Contact Person of FP (Primary)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Email of Contact Person of FP (Secondary)||email@example.com|
|Submission Date||4 Jul 2022|
|Global Stakeholder Consultation Period||11 Oct 2022 - 25 Oct 2022|
|GCC/CDM Methodology & Version||AMS III BD – Version 01.0|
|Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year)||14119|
|Forecasted E+ Label||Yes|
|Forecasted S+ Label||Yes|
|Forecasted SDG+ Goals||1,8,9,13|
|Forecasted SDG+ Label||Gold|
|Forecasted Market Eligibility||CORSIA(C+)|
|Name of Authorized External Representative Organization|
|Name of Focal Point of External Representative|
|Email-id of Focal Point|
|Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation||Project Submision, Calculation Sheet, Other Documents|
Century Green Technologies Limited (from now onwards referred to as CGTL), is one of the leading Aluminium metal recycling companies in India. The company supplies its products in the form of solid ingots to the end-users. One of the end-use applications of Aluminium is the production of castings. Castings are produced by the casting units by melting the ingots and pouring the molten metal into the moulds where the molten metal cools and gets solidified.
As a GCC carbon project activity, CGTL has commissioned 3 Aluminium metal recycling units in the state of Gujarat (2 units) and Tamilnadu (1 unit) wherein the metal will be supplied to the casting unit in the molten state (against the traditional solid ingots). The proposed GCC project activity will supply molten Aluminium to casting units.
The purpose of the proposed project activity is to reduce GHG emissions by supplying metal for Aluminium castings in the molten state. Prior to the implementation of the project activity, the casting units procure Aluminium ingots and re-melt them in in-house melting furnaces for subsequent use in die-casting of various automotive components/parts. The project activity involves the supply of molten Aluminium and utilization in die-casting operation directly. The proposed project activity will reduce the dependence on fossil fuels and avoid associated Aluminium metal loss due to oxidation during the re-melting of ingots, thereby, affecting an overall reduction in GHG emissions.
The project activity involves the supply of molten Aluminium and thereby eliminating the consumption of fossil fuel in the furnaces for melting of Aluminium ingots prior to casting. As has been stipulated before, the project activity will reduce GHG emissions on account of the following.