Trendsetting, pacesetting and seeking new opportunities is a way of life at Bhatia Group.
The company holds the distinction of being one of the leading coal washery operators of the country. Through a hi-tech on-line ash monitor, a fully equipped laboratory and the skilled technical support, it transforms, as if magically, coal from deep mines to clean fuel.

Wani, WCL Area, Maharashtra. To ensure the finest quality coal, Bhatia Group set up its first washery at Wani in Maharashtra in 2002. The washery uses Heavy Media Drum Separator, a first generation washer. The capacity of this plant was raised to 3.73 million tonnes per annum using Heavy Media Bath technology from M/s Humboldt Wedag (India) Pvt., Ltd, one of the leaders in the innovative coal benefication technologies. 
Ghughus, WCL Area, Maharashtra. The capacity of the plant is 4 million tonnes. The Zig is imported from M/s Humboldt Wedag. This is the only Zig plant outside Coal India and is amongst the largest operational Zig anywhere in the country. 
Jharsuguda, MCL Area, Orissa.  This washery with Heavy Media Bath technology has an annual capacity of 2 million tonnes per annum. The Jharsuguda washery supplies washed raw coal to various thermal power plants.

Washery. Currently group is having washaries with total capacity of 13.5 MMT per annum and planning to increase the capacity to 20 MT by 2014-15.

Coke Oven Plant, Tamil Nadu. Bhatia Group has established a LAM coke manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu. With a capacity of 0.36 million tonnes, the plant enjoys a strategic location, being in close proximity to the bustling Chennai Port on one side and consumers, on the other side. In just over 2 years of operations, the company’s end product has found favor with nearly all the blue chip steel manufacturing units, various consumer industries, foundries, zinc and other chemical industries in Southern India. Group also set up a 22.5 MW Waste Heat Recovery Boiler Power Plant which was commissioned in March 2010.
Greenfield Expansion, Andhra Pradesh. To keep the pace with ever increasing demand for coke, the existing plant in Tamil Nadu is being supplemented by another coke oven plant with a capacity of 0.35 million tonnes per annum in Andhra Pradesh. Through futuristic technology, Bhatia Group shall utilizes waste heat from the coke oven plant to generate power.
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