Today in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Tata Motors opened its first Registered Vehicle Scrapping Facility (RVSF). The plant is called Re.Wi.Re, which stands for Recycle with Respect, and has an annual capacity of 15,000 automobiles. The business also says that the facility utilises eco-friendly processes to dispose of automobiles, which will undergo a rigorous documentation procedure prior to being destroyed. It is designed and run by Ganganagar Vaahan Udyog Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Tata Motors, to shred all models of end-of-life passenger and commercial vehicles. Shri Nitin Gadkari, the esteemed Union Minister of Highway Transportation and Highways, inaugurated the facility.

Shri Nitin Gadkari, Hon’ble Union Minister of Road Transportation and Highways, Government of India, stated at the inauguration ceremony, “The Countrywide Automobile Scrappage Policy was launched to promote circular economy by creating an ecosystem for phasing out unfit and polluting automobiles and to reduce the country’s carbon footprint by replacing them with greener and more fuel-efficient vehicles. I commend Tata Motors for constructing this world-class plant that meets all international standards. We are striving to establish India as a centre for vehicle scrapping in the entire South Asian region, and we need more advanced scrapping and recycling models in India.”

It is designed and operated by Ganganagar Vaahan Udyog Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Tata Motors.

Mr. Girish Wagh, Government Director of Tata Motors, stated, “The opening of this RVSF (Registered Motor vehicle Scrapping Facility) marks a fresh beginning in the responsible scrapping of end-of-life autos. With globally benchmarked and optimised recycling methods, we intend to extract the greatest value from scrap for future use while minimising waste for the public good. We applaud Shri Gadkari ji’s foresight in enabling the Nationwide Vehicle Scrappage Plan and look forward to establishing Re.Wi.Re facilities across the nation in partnership with our partners. These decentralised services would benefit customers, share the financial cost incurred, and create jobs while meeting the need to discard automobiles in every region of the country in an eco-friendly manner.”