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JSW Group, India’s leading conglomerates entered the Cement market in 2009 with a vision of a sustainable future for the country through the production of eco-friendly cement. Our commitment to this vision is our core business value.
JSW Group leads by example in innovation and sustainability across core sectors like Steel, Cement, Energy and Infrastructure.
Our mission is to reduce our carbon footprint to bring about a significant balance in the environment. By maximising our resources and by-products, we consistently deliver the best quality Green Cement.
We focus on the “How” aspect of business, rather than the “Why”. JSW Cement is cognizant of the responsibility towards the planet and ecology. We aim to give back to society above and beyond managing expectations and profitability of our stakeholders.

At JSW Cement we use Slag, the by-product obtained from steel industries, to produce cement. Slag is extremely effective in reducing permeability and helps increase the durability of concrete. Slag Cement can replace up to 50% of Ordinary Portland Cement in most common concrete mixtures, and up to 80% in massive concrete elements and other specialised structures.
Slag as a raw material is proven to be environment-friendly owing to the following factors:

  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions by eliminating about 0.85 tons of CO2 for each ton of Ordinary Portland Cement replaced.
  • One ton of Slag Cement requires nearly 90% less energy to produce than a ton of Ordinary Portland cement.
  • Reduces the urban heat island effect by increasing the reflectivity of concrete.
  • Replacing Ordinary Portland Cement with Slag Cement in concrete can save up to 59% of the embodied Carbon Dioxide emissions and 42% of the embodied energy required to manufacture concrete and its constituent materials.

JSW Cement takes pride in being India’s first-ever cement manufacturer to receive the coveted GreenPro Certification for Portland Slag Cement (PSC) from the Confederation of Indian Industry – Indian Green Building Council (CII-IGBC).
We are GreenPro Certified for two products, Portland Slag Cement (PSC) and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS)
We have received certificates from GreenPro for the following initiatives:

  • Reduction in CO2 emissions
  • Use of alternate raw material
  • Enhancement of mines life
  • Water table management
  • Restoration of spent mines
  • Green belt development
  • Biodiversity

Green Pro Certificate – Salboni Unit

Green Pro Certificates Renewal – GGBS

Green Pro Renewal PSC

JSW Cement has partnered with M/s Thinkstep Sustainability Solutions Pvt Ltd (now M/s Sphera) for carrying out EPD in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804, for our green products. During this engagement, a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) was carried out using their proprietary software (GaBI). The outcomes from LCA are about GHG emission, energy consumption, other emissions, wastes generation, etc and these results were sent to a third-party for complete verification. Post confirmation from the third-party, the final EPD has been registered and published for JSW Cement PSC and JSW Cement GGBS, which validates our claim of low carbon emission.
As a result of the lower clinker factor due to substitution with blast furnace slag, the Global Warming Potential of our PSC product was found to be 325.14 kg CO2/tonne of PSC – one of the lowest in the cement industry.

S-P-01414 EPD Portland Slag Cement

S-P-01415 EPD Average Ground Granulated Blast- Furnace Slag

It is our primary focus to improve efficiency to better control all business processes. We have implemented third party certified management systems compliant with the international standards in our operations such as:

  • Quality Management System – ISO 9001:2015
  • Environmental Management System – ISO 14001:2015
  • Occupational Health & Safety Management System – OHSAS 18001:2007
  • Energy Management System – ISO 50001:2011

ISO-Certificates

Compliance Reports

Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Cement-Plant-Oct19-to-Mar20

Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Clinkering-Oct19-to-Mar20

Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Mines-Oct19-to-Mar20

Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Slag-Grinding-Oct19-to-Mar20

EIA-Report-of-NDL-Plant

ENV-STATEMENT-OF-NDL-CEMENT-PLANT-2018-19

ENV-STATEMENT-OF-NDL-MINES-2018-19

Nandyal-CPP-CFO-Valid-upto-30-09-2022

Nandyal-Mines-CFE-dtd-14-08-2008

Nandyal-Mines-CFO-Valid-upto-28-02-2023

Nandyal-Plant-CFE-dtd-21-03-2019

Nandyal-Plant-CFO-Valid-upto-30-09-2022

NDL_EC-of-2.0-MTPA-Clinker-2.2-MTPA-Cement-_-36-MW-CPP-of-JSW-Cement-Nandyal

NDL_EC-of-2.0-to-2.5-MTPA-Clinker-_-Poduct-Mix-of-JSW-Cement-Nandyal

NDL_EC-of-2.20-to-4.80-MTPA-Grinding-of-JSW-Cement-Nandyal

NDL_EC-of-7.0-MTPA-MINES-of-JSW-Cement-Nandyal

NDL_Environment-Statement-of-NDL-Mines-2016-17

NDL_Environment-Statement-of-NDL-Mines-2017-18

NDL_Environment-Statement-of-NDL-Plant-2017-18

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Cement-Plant-Oct15-Mar16

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Cemen
t-Plant-Oct16-Mar17

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Cement-Plant-Oct17-Mar18

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Clinkering-Oct17-Mar18

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Mines-Oct16-Mar17

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Mines-Oct17-Mar18

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Slag-Grinding-Oct15-Mar16

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Slag-Grinding-Oct16-Mar17

NDL_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-NDL-Slag-Grinding-Oct17-Mar18

NDL_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-NDL-Cement-Grinding-Oct-18-Mar-19

NDL_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-NDL-Clinkering-Oct-18-Mar-19

NDL_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-NDL-Mines-Oct-18-Mar-19

NDL_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-NDL-Slag-Grinding-Oct-18-Mar-19

Compliance-Report-of-VJR-Feb-18-Mar-18

Compliance-Report-of-VJR-Oct-18-Mar-19

EC-transfer-of-4.0-MTPA-to-JSW-Cement-Vijayanagar

Environment-Statement-of-VJR-2017-18

VJNR_Environment-Statement-of-VJR-2015-16

Compliance-Report-of-Dolvi-1.7-MTPA-Oct17-Mar18

Compliance-Report-of-Dolvi-1.7-MTPA-Oct-18-Mar-19

Compliance-Report-of-Dolvi-10-MTPA-Feb18-Mar18

Compliance-Report-of-Dolvi-10-MTPA-Oct-18-Mar-19

EC-of-1.70-MTPA-of-JSW-Cement-Dolvi

EC-transfer-of-10.0-MTPA-to-JSW-Cement-Dolvi

Environmental Statement of 1.20 MTPA Dolvi 2019-20

Environmental Statement of 1.70 MTPA Dolvi 2019-20

Environment-Statement-of-1.7-MTPA-Dolvi-2015-16

Environment-Statement-of-1.7-MTPA-Dolvi-2017-18

SLB_EC-of-2.40-MTPA-of-JSW-Cement-Salboni

SLB_EC-of-2.40-to-3.60-MTPA-Cement-and-2×18-MW-CPP-of-JSW-Cement-Salboni

SLB_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-SLB-Existing-Oct17-Mar18

SLB_Six-Mionthly-Compliance-Report-of-SLB-Expansion-Oct17-Mar18

SLB_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-SBL-Existing-Oct-18-Mar-19

SLB_Six-Monthly-Comp-Rpt-of-SBL-Expansion-Oct-18-Mar-19

Compliance Report of Jajpur Oct-19 to Mar-20

Compliance-Report-of-Jajpur-Oct-17-Mar-18

Compliance-Report-of-Jajpur-Oct-18-Mar-19

Environmental Statement of Jajpur 2019-20

EC-of-1.20-MTPA-of-JSW-Cement-Jajpur

Six Monthly Compliance Report

EC Letter_JSW 470 ha