Tata steels itself for further water demand in growing Indian operations

As it publishes its 110th annual report and prepares for another domestic growth spurt, India’s steel behemoth opens up to GWI about where the water obstacles and their solutions lie.

Tata Steel was founded in Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand 110 years ago and has since grown into a multinational steel conglomerate, with the scale and complexity of its water needs rising accordingly. Headquartered in Mumbai, with operations in 26 countries and a commercial presence in 50 across five continents, its activities range from mining to finished steel goods. The group has...

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