Bhandewadi Waste-to-Energy plant to be completed in two years

According to the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), federal state of Maharashtra, the Bhandewadi Waste-to-Energy plant is expected to be completed within two years. The plant would be a joint venture of NMC, Essel Infraprojects Limited and Hitachi Zosen India Private Limited. It would have the capacity to treat 600 tons per day (TPD) of municipal solid waste (MSW). As was reported by The Times of India, the two private companies claim to need 10 acres of land to build the facility, 4 acres more than it was stated in the joint venture agreement on 4 May 2017.

Picture credit: waste bunker at WtE plant, image by ecoprog

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