According to The Deccan Chronicle, the environmental clearance for the Brahmapuram Waste-to-Energy project is expected to be issued by the end of September. At first, the State Level Environment Impact Assessment Committee (SLEIAC) is planning a discussion on the topic. This will take place on 17 September. As stated by the company representative, SLEIAC is expected to recommend the plant to the Environment Impact Assessment Authority for issuance of environmental clearance after the company had made modifications to the plan as requested by the committee. The plant is planned with a cost of INR 3.75 billion and should be built with a capacity to treat 300 tpd of waste for the generation of 5 to 6 MWel. It is being set up by a private company, GJ Eco Power PVT Limited.