For the units in the Park, advantages are a plenty. These include : good infrastructure, Single Window Clearances for approvals, Rubber Testing and Certification Centre, sufficient availability of natural rubber, proximity (less than 30 kms) to the Container Terminal, Air & Sea Ports and availability of space for conducting Seminars and Training programmes.
Soorya, the 110/11kV Substation at the Park has a capacity of 25 MVA. This is connected to an ultra modern distribution network using 11kV underground cables. Being one of the Electricity Distribution Licensee operating in the State of Kerala, the Rubber Park provides immediate connection to the units against application.
Sarovaram, an artificially constructed pond inside the Park has a capacity of 25 million litres. Storm water of 65 acres of the Park’s land is collected here. There is 1.5 MLD water supply system with 0.45 MLD overhead storage. Augmentation of the capacity by another 1.5 MLD is about to be completed.
Waste Management System
An innovative waste management system underlines the Park’s commitment to global standards in environment protection. The company had constructed a Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) for the treatment of effluents from the industrial units inside the park. The capacity of the present plant is 250 Cu. M. Augmentation of the treatment capacity to 500 Cu. M by adding another unit of 250 Cu. M is about to be completed.
Testing of all Rubber /Polymer products and their certification to any international standards can be done at the NABL accredited J J Murphy Research Centre in the Park. This Centre is established to ensure Industry-Institution-Interaction and fusion of academia with the industry.
The following infrastructure facilities have been completed at the Rubber Park at Piravanthoor.