Cooper Corporation welcomes the long awaited CPCB II new Legislation on Stringent Emission Norms which would come into effect from this year. Cooper Corporation is ready with its Eco Pack 10 KVA – 180 KVA Gensets to comply with the latest (Central Pollution Control Board) CPCB II Emission Limits for new diesel engines upto 800KVA. In Exercise of the powers conferred by section 6 and 25 of the Environment (Protection) Act 1986 (29 of 1986), the Central Government has introduced new rules further to amend the Environment (Protection) Rules.1986.
With the lowest cost of ownership, over 2000 units of Cooper Corporations CPCB range of gensets between 10KVA – 200 KVA are already present in the market. Commenting on the new Environment Protection Rules, Mr. Farrokh N. Cooper, Chairman and Managing Director says, “This was a long overdue notification and we welcome the implementation of these norms, which will certainly help the nation as reduced pollution, reduce cost of medical care and thus will improve the health condition of the population and lead to good and healthy life to all Indians.”
Cooper Corporation strongly believes that the latest CPCB II Emission Rules is a breakthrough legislation which will drastically reduce the pollution of the environment and will take India’s Generators ahead of those in Europe and America.
Cooper Corporation’s cost efficient and silent revolution in eco-friendly diesel generators under the brand name “Cooper ECOPACK” is a Low fuel consumption generator is lighter in weight, smaller in size and is built with Emissions meeting US & European norms. Decades of in-house research and technical collaboration with Ricardo, UK, have culminated in the launch of the Cooper ECOPACK Genset.
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