Bhandewadi project progresses

According to the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), construction works on the Waste-to-Energy project in Bhandewadi will commence soon. As reported by The Times of India, NMC further stated that a proposal had already been submitted to the government for allocation of 10 acres of land. This completes the requested acres of land needed for the project. The plant would have a treatment capacity of 800 tpd of municipal solid waste (MSW). The project is expected to be completed within 2 years as a joint venture between two Mumbai-based firms, Essel Infraprojects Limited and Hitachi Zosen India Private Limited.

Picture credit: Gppande, Sitabuldi Market, CC BY-SA 3.0

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