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Visakhapatnam: LG Polymers starts helpline to address queries
LG Polymers India management has assured to work closely with authorities concerned and do their best to prevent any recurrence and extend support damage recovery in a prompt and expedient manner.
Visakhapatnam: LG Polymers India management has assured to work closely with authorities concerned and do their best to prevent any recurrence and extend support damage recovery in a prompt and expedient manner.
The LG management said in a press release issued here on Thursday that the status of the plant remains under control. It further said that the transportation of the Styrene Monomer (SM) inventory has begun within the plant as well as in the styrene tanks at the port by vessels to South Korea to prevent and eliminate all risks factors.
In an effort to reach out to villagers, helpline numbers have been facilitated for queries. One can contact 0891-2520884 and 0891-2520338 to address their queries. The plant's management also announced that soon specialised institutions will be set up to conduct surveys on health and environmental impacts and share the results transparently.
The production, environment, and safety experts are currently investigating the cause of the incident and already supporting responsible rehabilitation.
While identifying the extent of the damage, LG Polymers India has identified comprehensive support measures to solve the issues at the earliest. A special task force is currently supporting the bereaved victims and families, visiting them at the hospitals and their homes. Food and medical services have been organised for the returning residents.
This apart, various support activities such as supplying medicine and household goods along with sanitation of will be continued. Suraksha hospital will take care of all residents' health checkups and future treatment and the process for executing a comprehensive care package for recovery will be focused on, it said. Management said teams will carry out mid-to-long-term corporate social responsibility projects that can contribute to the local community based on suggestions of the residents.