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TATA NEXON BECOMES THE FIRST INDIAN CAR TO BE DECLARE ON THE IDIS | AUTO INDUSTRY NEWS|AUTO REPORTER

Updated: Sep 27, 2020


TATA NEXON BECOMES THE FIRST INDIAN CAR TO BE DECLARE ON THE IDIS | AUTOMOTIVE NEWS | AUTO REPORTER
TATA NEXON BECOMES THE FIRST INDIAN CAR TO BE DECLARE ON THE IDIS

Tata Motors today unveiled that the Tata Nexon, its popular compact SUV, has become the first Indian car to be declared on the prestigious International Dismantling Information System (IDIS) platform for End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV).


Tata motors are responsible for dismantling and recycling the vehicle at the final ELV stage and responsible for ultra-low/zero-emission vehicles from development.


IDIS, a central repository of "Manufacturer Compiled Information, "is used by 25+ global manufacturers from over 40 countries all over Europe and Asia. Tata Nexon is the first Indian car to join this elite group.


Tata motors Will provide all relevant information for the following responsible things :

-- vehicle handling

-- information about draining automotive fluids,

-- the neutralization of airbags and seat belt tensioners

-- up to the dismantling of parts holding individually hazardous elements.


This will now allow the Indian Authorised Vehicle Scrapping Facilities (AVSF) to offer environmentally safe dismantling methods recommended by Tata Motors and execute them to work towards a cleaner atmosphere.


The publishing of the Tata Nexon ELV process on IDIS also complements the government's ambition towards Vehicle scrappage policy & Automotive Industry Standards (AIS 129), providing assurance and protection and increase in quality of the environment and energy-saving.


RAJENDRA PETKAR, President and CTO, Tata Motors, said, "At Tata Motors, our devotion to following sustainable manners is unblemished. Accordingly, all our products are created from the initiation stage itself with high recyclability potential to reduce material waste. The use of dangerous substances is limited to the bare minimum while producing, and now with a defined process to contrive ELV, we are putting down the route for responsible dismantling and recycling at the vehicle's end of life stage. We are assured that such pioneering actions will inspire all auto industry stakeholders and consumers to consciously regard sustainability and climate safety in their decision-making process while manufacturing and purchasing vehicles."


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