Chinese technology for RDF plant in Delhi

Chinese technology is to be deployed at a 13 MWel RDF facility being developed in the Narela Bawana area of Delhi. The facility is due to be operational by November. 4,000 tons of RDF per day will be treated in two phases. Phase 1 (1,000 tpd) will comprise of a material recovery facility which will also sort out organic and combustible material for composting and RDF facilities. In phase 2, a mass-burn RDF incinerator processing 3,000 tpd will be erected, raising the energy generating capacity to around 35 MWel. According to Waste Management World, the project is being developed on a 20 years-BOT basis under a PPP deal.

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