BBMP to issue tender for waste to CNG plants

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will issue a tender notice for waste-to-CNG plants in the city soon. The civic body intends to build two such plants, each with a capacity of 500 tonnes per day. It was previously reported that the BBMP was about to sign an MOU with an Indore-based company to establish BioCNG plants through a public-private partnership. However, BBMP officials have now stated that the direct selection method was later rejected by higher-ups. However, the direct selection method was rejected and the BBMP is going ahead with tendering.

Tenders will be issued shortly, and the successful bidder will be awarded the contract,” said reports The Bangalore Mirror.
Two such plants, each with a capacity of 500 tonnes per day, will be built in collaboration with the selected bidder in Chikkanagamangala and Karnataka Compost Development Corporation in Bommanahalli, and will operate on the Bio-methanation model.

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