Due to the Global COVID-19 Health Crises, AMAI Conference scheduled on March 23-24, 2020 stands postponed. New Dates will be announced soon.
AMAI MEMBERS DIRECTORY 2020 PUBLISHED & RELEASED
CHLORINE EMERGNECY RESPONSE NETWORK (CERN) TOLL FREE NUMBER 1800-11-1735
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Due to the Global COVID-19 Health Crises, AMAI Conference scheduled on March 23-24, 2020 stands postponed. New Dates will be announced soon.

“Guideline for Transportation of Dry Chlorine Gas Through Pipeline within Industrial Zone” as released by PESO, Nagpur, is available for Download Here.
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Alkali Bulletin - January 2020 issue released.
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SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT (SHE)
ACTIVITIES & INITIATIVES

“CHLOR-ALKALI TO THE RESCUE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19” Download Here.

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For any Chlorine Emergency, anytime, anywhere in India, please dial Chlorine Emergency Response Number (CERN) 1800-11-1735, An AMAI initiative

Other Activities & Initiatives on Safety, Health & Environment include...

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CHLORINE WORLD

ALL ABOUT CHLORINE

Role of Chlorine in ensuring complete disinfection of Drinking and Waste Water

How Chlorine impacts daily human life

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About amai

AMAI represents the interests of Indian Alkali and Chloro-Vinyl Industries.

AMAI facilitates the industry’s commitment to technological and economic growth,
promotes continuous improvement in protecting human health and environment, guided by sound science, technology and risk management principles.

AMAI will achieve this by proactively promoting the industry through practices that are fair, inclusive and sustainable.

AMAI

Alkali Manufacturers Association of India (AMAI) was established in 1960 & registered in 1977. AMAI is a Registered Non-profit making Public Limited Company under Section 25 of Companies Act, 1956.

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CHLOR-ALKALI TO THE RESCUE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19

Used Masks to be disinfected with 1% Solution of Sodium Hypochlorite or 5% Solution of ordinary bleach solution, followed by either burning or deep burial – Advisory issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India

For disinfection of surfaces and the re-usables, 0.5% Sodium Hypochlorite Solution are highly recommended – WHO and UNICEF WASH-IPC 2020 Document on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste Management for the COVID-19 Virus

Minimum 0.5 ppm Free Residual Chlorine for 30 minutes in water distribution to be maintained – WHO and UNICEF WASH-IPC 2020 Document on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste Management for the COVID-19 Virus

Toilets and the handling of faeces: If a bedpan is used, after disposing of excreta from it, the bedpan should be cleaned with a neutral detergent and water, disinfected with a 0.5% chlorine solution, and then rinsed with clean water; the rinse water should be disposed of in a drain or a toilet or latrine – WHO and UNICEF WASH-IPC 2020 Document on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste Management for the COVID-19 Virus

Sodium hypochlorite at 0.5% (equivalent to 5000 ppm or 1 part household bleach of 5% sodium hypochlorite to 9 parts water) for disinfecting surfaces; If the towels are single use, they should be treated as infectious waste; if they are reusable, they should be treated as soiled linens. The area should then be cleaned and disinfected (with, for example, 0.5% free chlorine solution) – WHO and UNICEF WASH-IPC 2020 Document on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste Management for the COVID-19 Virus